Thanks brother I will work on it. I have learnt that indeed its just a few clicks at a time. My Ohlins is the cheap one I have to check and see if it has damping on it.One of the bonuses of running grooved tyres at the track rather than slicks is that the grooves act as a tell tale indicator of how well your rear shock is performing.
If your getting a raised trailing edge then that means you you dont have enough rebound damping set to slow the action down.
Conversely if you are getting a raised leading edge then you have too much rebound damping applied and the shock cant recover quick enough and it 'packs down'.
It's tempting to wind the adjuster a whole heap one way or the other but two clicks at a time is a better controlled approach and then do a few laps and see how it feels. It may take a few runs before your tyre wears evenly again tho so be patient.
Other than that your tyre looks really good with no tearing.
Have a look at this link on tyre wear: https://lifeatlean.com/motorcycle-tyre-wear-guide/
This is what the rebound damping adjuster looks like on my Ohlins shock:Thanks brother I will work on it. I have learnt that indeed its just a few clicks at a time. My Ohlins is the cheap one I have to check and see if it has damping on it.
Someone who has absolutely no idea what they are doing has been fiddling your knobs! Keep that person away from your bike@Kiwi Rider
Okay when I went to adjust the rebound it was turned all the way up there was no rebound effect at all the rear shock was hard as ****. I think I turned it clockwise all the way down, then turned it counter clockwise 20 clicks and pushed down on the back of the bike, it was rebounding but I think to fast so I went clockwise to turns and left it at 18.
Thanks for any help your willing to share.