The fork rebound adjuster is located @ the top and in the center with a brass colored adjuster for a flat blade screwdriver to make adjustments while the front preload is the tube requiring a 14mm socket to make adjustments with about 8 lines around the outside. The compression adjustment is located at the bottom of the fork in the form of yet another brass colored adjuster for a screwdriver.
Rear preload is located atop the spring with 2 aluminum notched collars to make adjustments.....the top collar is actually one that locks or secures down onto the bottom one that applies the spring pressure.
The rebound for the shock is located at the bottom while the compression adjustment is located at the top resevoir.
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thank you, proved to be just what I needed, I really need to invest in a manual, I guess its better to be asking these questions then where first gear is and why I gotta push left to go right:badteeth:
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...
Hi, new zx10r owner since late last year, coming from a 4c8 r1.
love the new bike, its awesome, just done the first 500 miles and having its first service soon.
Mod plan this year.
decat and rear silencer
the stock headers are titanium anyway didn't think it needs a full system?
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...