Re: looking for mod feedback. anything worth the money?
Many people speak highly of suspension upgrades. I have new springs, fluid, and bushings ready for my front forks (waiting on weather to cooperate). Race Tech offers a military discount of like 25% or so, makes a big difference in the price. For mine, installation without parts (labour only) is going to be about $125, plus I have $75 in bushings, clips, washers, then about $30 in fluid, and last about $100 for the springs shipped. If you didn't add that up while reading, grand total of about $330 for the forks to be set-up to me without the valves (they would run about $150 all-in from Race Tech). I'm not sure on the rear shock what should be done. When it comes down to it I am looking to just replace the stock Showa set up with one from Elka that can be had for about $600, and is easy enough to install at home =)
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