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post #21 of 27 Old 11-26-12, 09:17
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Hi, yes I raised the bike back to stock ride height via the ride height adjustment on the Ohlins TTX shock. My shock is the aftermarket one that has ride height adjustment, the 675R version does not have this feature.

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Fortunately with Ohlins, items like the height adjustor and hydrolic preload can be added.

Or a poor man's height adjustor (the spacer) can also be added to the top mount bolt.
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Fortunately with Ohlins, items like the height adjustor and hydrolic preload can be added.

Or a poor man's height adjustor (the spacer) can also be added to the top mount bolt.
Correct..I just added the adjuster to mine. (not a spacer)
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yea i used a spacer but i never measure the ride height before hand so i dont know if im sitting at stock ride height or not. My spacer (washer from home depot) is about 3 mm.

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I stopped over to Motorcycle Preformance Service and couldnt stand the incorrect carbon can removal method so I fixed it the right way. Now you wont have unfiltered air being sucked into the TB's and I elmininated the dumb valve also.

The bike sounds sick dude! Love the exhaust.
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Looks sweet dude!



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