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In my efforts to educate myself and get the bike dialed in for my individual style of riding I've done alot of reading and listening to a few friends that do alot of track riding. I found this site that has some pretty good info , just thought it may help some folks out.
http://www.sasbk.co.za/suspension_setup_guidelines.htm
 

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thanks for this dude.. im printing and reading it through, gonna note my factory setup and have a go at it and see where i get.
 

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i read one of those when i first got the 10 and spent months on the wrong path. then as i developed my knowledge of the scene, there is suspension guys and there is the GODs of suspension.

DAVE MOSS , i should not let it out if the bag, but set it up right http://www.feelthetrack.com/racing.html
 

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You haven't really ridden your 10 until the suspension has been setup by a professional. Ride or truck your bike to the next track day and have it balanced and setup. In Cali most of the tuners that are with the respective track day providers charge $20.00 for a proper balancing and setup or $40 if you are savvy enough to ride and give them useful feedback on the bikes handling after they baseline it. Either way the track settings will be to stiff for the street so they may need to be dialed back for a street rider.:cool:
 

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awesome find... it will give me something to do until i get off and ride my my 10 ;)
 
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