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Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: SAN ANTONIO, Texas
Lance helped me with this. I rotated the chrome collar at the top of each shock to 2.
Then i used my shock pump to check air pressure on the shocks. Come to find out that the guy before me had let all the air out to go easy on his back. Now i realize why the bike was a little squirrley on curves....this can be very dangerous with the suspension as Lance explained. I pumped it to 10% of my riding wait. So if you are 250lbs...25 pounds of pressure in each one. You should double check...i been riding all this time and not known of this air being let out. Now my bike rides awesome...sticks to the curves and when i hit bumps it pushes back down and grabs the road! Thanks Lance!
2011 Suzuki VSTROM DL650 with ABS Purchased Jan 28 now with 39,000miles WRECKED JAN 12 ,2013
"To strive, to seek, to find, not to yield."
05 Vulcan 750 26,050miles *Traded in*
Givi windshield/Heated grips
Givi 52 topcase
Pat Walsh Crash bars skid plate
Aquarium thermometer with forward probe mount
Admore LED Lighting/Givi E36N panniers