What's something like that cost? What suspension upgrades do you have on your various bikes? Is it worth it for a bone-stock suspension?Stacked said:I had two bikes set up at chassis dynamics today <ktm 625 smc and bmw r1200s> i will get my monster done there soon as well, and have nothing but praise for their work. I highly recommend u guys try it, big difference
Perhaps, but it has to start somewhere, no? I mean, adjusting rider height, preload , sag, rebound (not in the know, really) can be/ is done whilest the bike is static...as in based on weight and rider preferences? As for poker, I don't play, but I do know someone that has raked in over 18,000 in online winnings this year...hmmmmmm. RST got his Monster did here (CD)...and has had adjustments done on his race/track bikes as well out at the track...anyone else want to chime in?DucEnthusiast said:wow, your hard earned poker dollars @ work
I was always under the impression proper tuning required feedback from actual street or track use?
Sag (preload) is something that can be done while the bike is static becaus it is entirely based on rider weight & bike weight (providing the bike is sprung correctly of couse, however I belive you can work around not-quite-perfect springs by tinkering with the oil and compression), but in my experience (and from what I've read) compression and rebound are based on feeling. I've been playing around with them lately (at the track) and even then it varies by temp, tires and even mood. It's about being comfortable. With that said, there is definitely a zone to be in. There are quite a few books on the topic and a handful of informative articles online as well.joekarati said:...anyone else want to chime in?