Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: 20 min south of Mosport
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I think the R1 spring is too light... different ratio on the "flux" plates. If you get it and have to change the spring, you may be sol on the adjustments, therefore, you'll then need to revalve the shock to work with the new spring, therefore, so much for saving money. If you're looking for lots of adjustability, might as well get a newer daytona shock, which has high and low speed compression adjustments.
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