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  1. Monster
    Hi Folks, I recently got the front end of an S4R (Showa TiN) for my Sport Classic. I want to reseal them myself as a project and put in fresh oil. However I seem to need some specific tools (I'm new to this process).Other than the oil and fresh seals which I have, could someone tell me the...
  2. Sport Classic
    Hi Folks! After a couple of track days on my Monoposto and a thousand+ city and autobahn kilometers (not to mention the innevitable comparison to my other bikes), I've realised I need to improve my brakes and front suspension. While I have a decent amount of riding experience, I am a mechanical...
  3. Supersport
    After installing a new bushings, seals, and oil in my right fork for the first time, I was proud as punch. Why oh why couldn't the left be as simple... After getting all the new parts and oil in, I started compressing the slider using my new RaceTech tool. But the damper rod compressed along...
  4. Supersport
    I’m awaiting delivery of a Race Tech form spring compressor in a few days, purchased online after realizing I have a sleeve in my Showa fork obscuring the locknut first the top cap. Question: Do I need to screw in or back out any of the three adjusters on my 95 Supersport 900SS 41mm forks prior...
  5. Suspension and Tire Tech
    Last week I picked up a 1996 900 SS CR that is something of a mongrel, in a good way mostly. I'm hoping that you all can help me ID the suspension components. First -- The rear appears to be a 3-way adjustable Showa (or what is it?). Is there a specific model number for this shock? Thanks...
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