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    Force RX configuration for C4-C5 incomplete quad.

    I understand each quad (rider is C4-C5 incomplete, weak triceps) has different functionality, strength, and ability, but are there some generally accepted rules to configure a Force RX to get the best possible performance? I'm referring to crank height, seat distance to/from the cranks, recline position (more upright or more reclined?), body height (putting extra cushions under the seat to get the rider higher). Thank you.

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    I you haven't purchased I highly recommend our Quad Elite. heres vid page. I test everything before we release.
    im a c5-6 zero triceps or hands. with no tri's you want to be sure the cranks are at shoulder height or a bit below. as well as cranks shoulder width, we make the most power there.
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