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Originally posted by il4@Jul 11 2003, 11:57 AM

do you know tat ya riding a very good bike, and the above mentioned set up applies to your bike as well and YES they makes hell lots of a difference....

 

drop me a line, i gladly get ya RRR set up sweetly

hey il4

 

had an idea... why not we organise a mini suspension tuning lesson? i tried to read the theory bit of adjusting it but it makes no sense, think a hands-on session will be better for a lot of us? what say u?

 

can buy you a free dinner and tonnes of kopi :)

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hi.. can anybody help mi...!!

i'll lik to noe more abt suspension settin..

pls recomand for 2001 Yamaha R1 road setting..!!

thanks..

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Riders' passion is to ride.

 

Its NOT from point A to point B that a rider enjoy,

its DURING point A to point B that he enjoy..

 

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hi.. can anybody help mi...!!

i'll lik to noe more abt suspension settin..

pls recomand for 2001 Yamaha R1 road setting..!!

thanks..

<u>PASSION</u> : Strong emotion, Great enthusiasm.

 

Riders' passion is to ride.

 

Its NOT from point A to point B that a rider enjoy,

its DURING point A to point B that he enjoy..

 

http://www.hondahornet.co.uk/images/cb9001.jpg

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Originally posted by il4@Aug 21 2005, 03:40 PM

seek for sandman, he is in the RVF thread and he knows a fair bit...

When u wana setup my suspension?

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Originally posted by wolverin@May 13 2003, 03:27 PM

Make: Triumph

Model: Daytona 955i (99/00)

Tyre: Pirelli Super Corsa

 

Front:

Preload: 3 Lines showing

Compression: 1 1/2 turns out from full in

Rebound: 1 1/2 turns out from full in

Pressure: 31psi

 

Rear:

Preload: 6mm fo tread showing above top locking nut

Compression: 1 1/2 turns out from full in

Rebound: 1 3/4 turns out from full in

Pressure: 28psi

 

(Courtesy from Performance Bikes June 2002)

Are these HOT or COLD pressures?

 

:confused:

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I accept with information:Front:

Preload: 3 Lines showing

Compression: 1 1/2 turns out from full in

Rebound: 1 1/2 turns out from full in

Pressure: 31psi

Rear:

Preload: 6mm fo tread showing above top locking nut

Compression: 1 1/2 turns out from full in

Rebound: 1 3/4 turns out from full in

Pressure: 28psi

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i guess wat Eli4 was trying to say can be illustrated here.

for those with big bikes and wish to have some idea on how to set up suspension, u may take a look here.

http://www.bikepoint.co.nz/clubhouse/Exper....asp?type=Setup

 

i felt that it is a very good website!!!!!

 

Nice illustration. just bookmarked it and return later for checking carefully.

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I accept with information: Front:

Preload: 9 Lines showing

Compression: 4 turns out from full in

Rebound: 1 1/2 turns out from full in

Ride Height: 5mm of fork protruding

Pressure: 33psi

Rear:

Preload: 8mm fo tread showing above top locking ring

Compression: 6 turns out from full in

Rebound: 6 turns out from full in

Pressure: 36psi

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is there anyone out there for recommendations for a suspension specialist?

 

a shop that will actually measure laden n unladen weight and your weight with all your kit?

Most people go through life following the crowd.

 

Others think for themselves.

 

They go their own way.

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