Good morning. I’m not sure what the question about the spring is, but here’s a bit more info:That looks great.Could you give us some more details of the set up and what your spring rating range is? Thanks for posting.
Good morning. It’s not for everyone. We’re over the top with just about everything and our TW’s are no exception. Why get every bit of performance out of a TW? Haha. Well, not because it makes sense, but we plan to have a heck of a lot of fun doing it!I ran an Elka stage 5 shock on my FJ09. very nice bling, and very expensive for a bike in the TW price range. Elka does beautiful work.
this is how Elka builds their shocks to personal specs. when I had mine built for my FJ09 all valving was assembled to my personal spec,Perhaps a questionnaire for the customer to fill out so the shock can be initially set up for weight, skill, riding style as well as other mods.
Yup. All adjustments can be made while installed on the bike. No special tools needed for compression and rebound adjustments. The rebound adjustment requires a flat-blade screwdriver. The compression (high and low) is adjusted via hand adjusters on the reservoir. Spring preload requires an Allen wrench/socket/etc. And a rod that fits in the coil-spring adjuster nut. A tool for preload will likely be included with the shock.All adjustments can be done while the shock is in the bike? Any special tools required?