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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old Feb 3rd, 2006, 12:21 pm
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Ok I can't resist. Enjoy everyone

I do need to get these up on my website-Ken
Wow. That has to be the hottest ST ever built! I think I like it better than Uncle Wendell's. The DD headlight and surround looks really great in the darker shade. Sweet!

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Mike, I made the headlight shell out of Carbon Fiber. Way to much work!!! But then again Brad wants to be different then every other ST.
post #13 of 15 (permalink) Old Feb 8th, 2006, 9:24 am
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ST2 Olins,
I remonunted my resevour and preload adjuster to the left side.

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I used the shortest hose Ohlins and rotated it 180 degrees on the
resevour.

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If any of you guys need more info on ÷hlins stuff, PM me. I live like 10 min. drive from the factory and have a pretty good contact with one of the R&D guys.

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OMG!!!! What the hell did I do!!!

Sunday I went for a short ride with Whitelighting99 & was loving the ride to SP. We changed bikes & I really love the confort of lighting's bike. When we changed back he said it was a bit rough on the rear shock. He is right!!!

Today I called Kyle Racing to see what the rate the spring I had & he said it was the stiffest spring that is available. But, Dan also said it is the wrong rear shock for the bike. It is for a ST2 or ST4 not a ST3.
He has not give me an option but what I have is a Ohlins # DU7013 with 140NM
rate spring.
It appears that Dan will not be selling a replacement spring...
This is a new bike to me & I thohought people used the Ohlins adjustabkle shock on ST3's?
What am I to do?

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