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Offline droid

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suspension tuning - going to get 'er set up for me
« on: September 28, 2012, 08:13:55 AM »
well, the akropovic turned up and was the wrong one...there's always next week

really want to tune this bike in for me, so as mentioned before, mapping and dyno work may come later. I have decided to go and see some pro's in Melbourne to get the suspension set up perfectly and if needed valves or whatever - going to tell them that I just want the factory suspension dialled in because i don't want to spend too much $ - we'll see how it goes

will report findings

the top box and crash bars might need to wait  :002:
jon

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Re: suspension tuning - going to get 'er set up for me
« Reply #1 on: September 28, 2012, 08:24:23 AM »
btw here's the email i sent - don't laugh, well, at least not within hearing distance ok

This might be a new one for yah!
 
G’day
 
Honda Crosstourer
2012 (manual Gearbox there is also a dual clutch transmission)
Touring/comfort (ride a postie bike for work 4 hours every day)
90kgs
top box / tank bag ~ 20kgs
 
don’t know anything about suspension, would like to have the bike set up as best as possible with standard suspension
 
would like to have this 1237 v4 set up well (getting an akro and looking at tuning) for comfortable but fast touring as it’s so much fun to ride but prefer to not feel the bumps...but i’d like to be able to go around corners lol
 
would like to feel that it’s low in the front end / with that dirt tracker low wide bar feeling – don’t need the huge amount of travel as gravel roads will be its only dirt experience
 
cheers
 
Jon
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