Fronts I got 9 turns
Rear I have 7 Clicks
Rebound and compression are stock
When I ride alone the rear bounces like crazy off bumps etc. But handles beautiful.
With a passenger it is even sweeter. What should I do to compensate when I am riding alone. To lessen the hops that is.
Mine is explicitly for street. This is with no measuring, just add a few clicks to see how it feels. Want to know what the others have already.
140-145 lbs. suited up. Have had the 954 for 1 1/2 years/5400miles - I know, low miles . Have been utterly lazy and have not touched stock suspension settings -never have on any bike. I am just totally remiss when it comes to suspension, stupid, I know. My arse also get bounced/pancaked off the seat when I hit any sort of small bump at any kind of speed. Don't have the $$ to upgrade suspension but I also would love any input from riders in my weight category. From this forum I have learned that setting sag is priority step #1, but for my weight where to go from there. Sorry, not trying to hijack, just hope lots of folks will chime in at different weights.
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