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Best suspension upgrade for a GSX-R750?

MCN, 24 September 2012 16:35

Q. My GSX-R750 K2 is now 10 years old (obviously!) and has nearly 35,000 on the clock. Everything I read about 'suspension' says it will need replacing or refreshing after about 16,000 miles, so I can only assume mine is most certainly well past its best and I am riding around the ‘wear and tear' characteristics? I am considering new ...

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Which springs to upgrade my FJR’s forks?

MCN, 16 May 2012 16:12

Q. I want to uprate the front fork springs on my FJR1300A (2008 plate) as I’m finding it too soft fully-loaded. The brand names I've heard of don't do replacement uprated springs for my year of bike.Tulstyman, MCN forums A. Hyperpro (www.performanceparts-ltd.com) offer a replacement set that comes with detailed fitting instructions for about £120-130. They recommend that you go ...

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Why is my GSX-R750 running wide?

MCN, 11 January 2012 11:34

I’ve got a 2004 Suzuki GSX-R750 which I love the look and power of. The problem is that when I open the throttle up in the second part of a corner while the bike is still cranked over, it starts to run wide.Harry Heasman, Tunbridge Wells What’s happening is that the rear of the bike is sitting down as you feed ...

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What's the difference between race and road suspension?

MCN, 03 June 2009 16:04

What's the difference between suspension on my road bike and a race bike? In two words, quality and focus. Pukka race suspension is far more adjustable than road suspension ­ but within a narrower band. Compare and buy motorcycle suspension Where a road shock or forks need to cope with anything from an eight-stone rider to a 40 stone two-up ...

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Suspension advice: finding the base settings

MCN, 28 May 2009 14:00

Before you go tweaking away at the bike's adjustable suspension, make a note of what the settings were before you started. This might sound simple, but many an afternoon has been ruined by haste in this department. Most new bikes will have the settings in their handbooks; otherwise, turn all the adjusters to the max, counting the number of turns/clicks ...

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