Link for Suspension settings

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Link for Suspension settings

Post by age » Mar 13th, '07, 22:05

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Post by Funky » Mar 13th, '07, 22:06

i got my suspension settings of there :D got to be careful though what model you have whether it is american or uk etc
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Post by Funky » Sep 16th, '07, 20:13

I just found this site really useful if your novice in the dark arts of suspension set up:

http://www.gostar-racing.com/club/motor ... R%20WEIGHT
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Re: Link for Suspension settings

Post by quigs » Apr 6th, '13, 16:48

Here is another site to help you work out the correct spring rate for your bike, just need to put in your weight and bikes semi wet weight.

Click on the link then select bike, then click on ' Calculate spring rates'

Hope this helps
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Re: Link for Suspension settings

Post by quigs » Apr 6th, '13, 16:49

quigs wrote:Here is another site to help you work out the correct spring rate for your bike, just need to put in your weight and bikes semi wet weight.

Click on the link then select bike, then click on ' Calculate spring rates'

Hope this helps
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Forgot the link.
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Re: Link for Suspension settings

Post by menzies3032 » Jun 17th, '13, 23:36

quigs wrote:
quigs wrote:Here is another site to help you work out the correct spring rate for your bike, just need to put in your weight and bikes semi wet weight.

Click on the link then select bike, then click on ' Calculate spring rates'

Hope this helps
Ryan
Forgot the link.
http://racetech.com/ChooseVehicle.aspx" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Good link, thanks. Have been looking to change front fork springs as my current are to old and soft looks like I need to upgrade so the bike can handle my weight.
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