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January 7, 2003, 08:25 PM

What is Wild Hair have to do with bikes? :dunno: It may but what are you trying to accomplish by raising the rear?


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January 8, 2003, 11:22 AM

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What is Wild Hair have to do with bikes? It may but what are you trying to accomplish by raising the rear?
Quicken steering.

Not sure about a F3 but, their are generally several things you could do to change the ride hieght. You could add shims/longer dog bones/or a new shock. I think most would suggest a new shock since the other methods take away from some of the suspension travel in the shock.


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January 27, 2003, 12:52 PM

My R6 has +10 rear linkage plates. It makes it turn pretty quick, but it can also make the bike unstable.
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It will be something to get use to.


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