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Exup
Maesteg, South Wales,
United Kingdom

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Daytona 675


12 Feb 2019 18:49
:drink::thumbup:

I've sent the adjusters back to Darren for him to set the spacers onto the threaded adjusters and pin them after machining back the lower face too so it sits central inside the preload tube.
Although the preload was increased, it felt a bit weird from the front end and seemed as though there was too much and I was concerned about the springs becoming coil bound, so, as there is so much adjustment available I think its worth modifying it further. `I will still drop the forks through the yokes to compensate from the higher front end so the geometry will be re-set.

The informed people I have spoken to or read threads from suggest 15-20mm should be sufficient on the Bandit.
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