Recommended sag at the shock is 16-18 mm. This equates to 28-32% sag at the wheel. Note that because the link is more progressive it sags a larger percent at the wheel than it does at the shock. It is not advised to run more sag than this because the bike will sit in a region of its travel where anti-squat is lower. This link does not require excess amounts of sag to achieve small bump sensitivity. Please set your sag at around 17 mm at the shock and let the link do its work. The spring rates below should get you close to the right sag but you might have to deviate from them here and there.
|Rider Weight||Spring Rate||Preload|
|120 lbs (54.4 kg)||350 lbs||1 turn|
|140 lbs (63.5 kg)||400 lbs||1 turn|
|160 lbs (72.6 kg)||450 lbs||1 turn|
|180 lbs (81.8 kg)||500 lbs||1 turn|
|200 lbs (90.7 kg)||550 lbs||1 turn|
|220 lbs (99.8 kg)||600 lbs||1 turn|