My shock is on the way and will install it when it arrives. What can I expect in terms of ride when it's on? Do I need to do anything with the fronts? Bike is a road/track machine. Bring on the opinions!
As bkkninja said right out of the box it is going to feel better than your stock shock even if it is dialed in.
The way the shock stays stiff on the power yet takes bumps is just amazing, i wont own a bike without an ohlins shock.
Going to try out the TTX on my 1098 and that unit is supposed to be even better than the stuff already made.
BUT DO GET EVERYTHING DIALED IN BEFORE GOING ALL CRAZY.
just make sure to measure your ride height of the bike before install in case the shock is not the same length out of the box.
Just picked up my bike yesterday and wanted to know what options are available to convert to GP shift and use the OEM QS sensor without a "reverse shift ECU flash". As far as I can tell these unis can do the trick. Any opinions/ suggestions welcome.
Vortex Racing (Not sure if...
Has anyone actually gotten these settings dialed in? I mean beyond the generic settings woolich recommends? I know I could measure the shit but was hoping someone here has actually done it with the headers off and gotten precise measurements to enter in to the software.
I am new to this forum. I have my 1st Kawasaki, a 2016 ZX-10R KRT Edition and have been trying a few maps on Mapshare after I installed Woolich on my bike.
There is one map with a 9.5 rating out of 10 so what the hell I loaded it on the medium map setting for fun to try it out...