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OK, so this applies to the current Z1000, but I thought it was quite interesting all the same.

Personally I've never owned a bike with adjustable suspension at all (unless you count rear-preload) so it's all new to me, and I know a lot of people with adjustable suspension leave it as it is anyway, but I'm determined to make sure that my CB1000R (when I get my hands on one) will be set up properly. This isn't the same setup as the CB1000R will have but it gives an idea still about what we're doing. I'd like to see more for more adjustable forks too

 

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Best performance mod I've ever made to a bike. I had one of my Blades set up while on a track day with Focused Events and it was like a different bike. £25 very well spent.

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Is that all it cost? Awesome, maybe I won't bother playing with it myself! :thumbup
 

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It is, and I didn't realise that the bump option in PHPBB3 puts the latest date on my old post either. Odd, but still this could be interesting for people. Notice how the guy at Harris is winding preload OFF the bike?
 

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It is, and I didn't realise that the bump option in PHPBB3 puts the latest date on my old post either. Odd, but still this could be interesting for people. Notice how the guy at Harris is winding preload OFF the bike?

He´s winding OFF only on the front, because unlike the cb1000r, the Z1000 comes out of fabric with a harder setup.
Any way, suspension setup is very personal and goes with your own weight and driving style or bike use.
Although a profesional setup is always better then gessing yourself.
 
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