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Gilly Upgraded... he might be able to add something to this...
 

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TTX was freaken sweeet! I'd do it again in a fart beat!


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Oh, I'm a light weight so the stock Ohlin's was too stiff for me and my light slow ass. Dan Kyle hooked me up with the correct spring rate and also the drop in springs for the front forks. I was real pleased with the results.


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Oh, I'm a light weight so the stock Olin's was too stoic for me and my light slow ass. Dan Kyle hooked me up with the correct spring rate and also the drop in springs for the front forks. I was real pleased with the results.


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Btw, can you give me your license code for your ECM?
 

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Btw, can you give me your license code for your ECM?
actually... that ECU (or ecm as you call it) is somewhere along with my TTX and shorai battery. I have no idea what happened to my bike. I would have gladly parted it out after a cheap buy back, but the opposing insurance fucker was a dick and a douche bag and I think they drank diet soda as well.
 

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Gilly, what did you like about it ? I'm 240 with gear, rear feels good now, but always looking for better.

Hmm fork upgrade or shock first ?


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Gilly, what did you like about it ? I'm 240 with gear, rear feels good now, but always looking for better.

Hmm fork upgrade or shock first ?



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Id recommend talking to Dan Kyle or someone you may know already.
Apart from weight, you have riding level to factor in.

I found both the forks and the shock easy enough to install. Just need the front pitbull stand and fork cap tool for the front. The top out springs were a breeze and rather inexpensive compared to the rear shock.

The rear shock swap only needed to rig up some straps to an overhead beam to lift the rear frame. Otherwise a shop can do it for a fee$$$.

I thought I posted some pics in a post when I posted the post. Post!

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http://www.ducati.ms/forums/138-streetfighter/104613-what-you-doing-2.html




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