MIA Post Whore
Join Date: Apr 2004
Location: Princeton, Tx --'Nawlins refugee
out of the box works great. But you may want to tweak it some. I've turned down (counter clock wise) the low speed adjustment, and increased the high speed. I also narrowed the sweep to 45 degrees. This set up makes it hard to tell there is even a damper on the bike under normal riding conditions, but when the beast gets pissed you only feel the slightlest wiggle. I like the feedback... When doing a top speed run I'll increase the low speed a 1/8 - 1/4 turn to really stabilize the front end. Just remember the low speed adjustment affects the high speed adjustment too. The instructions that come with it explain it pretty well.
2011 Ninja 1K street
2004 636 track