Farrell Performance never emailed me back unfortunately...maybe they don't want to give out their secrets
In the racing world, geometry is EVERYTHING. All of the top riders have skill, talent, and drive. Often the difference between 1st and 5th is whomever has the best setup.
Basically asking a racer for his geometry is the equivalent of asking if you can sleep with his wife. I am not at all surprised that he does not want to give out his geometry.
I am probably going to get drummed out of racing for this but it has been asked enough times that I suppose that I really should just put it out there.
This is for a 2013+. I do not know if the frame/geometry on the earlier gens is the same but I believe the 09+ are all set up this way.
This is a STARTING POINT. I have made many adjustments since this time but it will get you to the point where you should be making adjustments for personal riding style. Most notably my current setup has a little less front ride height and less trail.
Use at your own risk. Do not share this off of the forum. At least if people are using it they should be contributing to the community.
The first two pages are with the original S20 tires since I rolled this bike essentially off the showroom floor to my suspension tuner.
The second two pages are with Pirelli SuperCorsa V2s.
Not all bikes are set up the same from the factory, which is why it isnt easy to say "go up this much or down this much". These are the ending numbers that will give you a place to build off of. Key things to note are rear ride height, front ride height, and swingarm slope.