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techtalk:evo:susp02a [2018/06/04 00:10]
hippysmack [1200S Shocks on a 08 1200N]
techtalk:evo:susp02a [2018/06/04 00:29] (current)
hippysmack [1200S Shocks on a 08 1200N]
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     * The other downside is I'm now permanently on my toes; so I'm not as stable backing her up. I can get enough toe grip and leverage to back up on the flat, just not with the same stability I had before when I had a full foot hold. I won't be able to touch with both feet with an airhawk on the stock seat.     * The other downside is I'm now permanently on my toes; so I'm not as stable backing her up. I can get enough toe grip and leverage to back up on the flat, just not with the same stability I had before when I had a full foot hold. I won't be able to touch with both feet with an airhawk on the stock seat.
     * And if you like the low/slammed look, well I don't really have that look anymore. But in this instance I'm taking function over form.     * And if you like the low/slammed look, well I don't really have that look anymore. But in this instance I'm taking function over form.
 +    * The higher ground clearance increases the lean angle when the bike is on the kickstand.
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