The fork offers lots of adjustability with air pressure, compression, and rebound. It has a plush feel throughout the stroke but is bouncy on hard impacts. Slowing down the rebound fixes this, and it also helped the front end track better during braking bumps and cornering. In comparison to the fork, fewer changes were made to the shock to get test riders dialed in, with only a couple of testers opting for a few clicks in on the rebound and high-speed compression. Overall, the WP suspension on the Husqvarna is good and continues to improve from year to year. However, the AER 48 fork doesn’t offer the same amount of performance or comfort that the coil-spring units on the Kawasaki or Yamaha do in stock form. Fortunately, it’s the most adjustable, and with some time and testing, it can get fairly close.