Extremely interesting, especially as you are running the manual recommended 42 psi which many opine is far too high.I just turned 3,882 miles on my rear Supercorsa (replaced the front at about 2,700 if I remember), and it looks like I'll STILL get another at least 600 miles out of them, if not more.
Multiple people have already responded, all telling you the settings you posted do not make any sense. They make no sense to me either, so now you have four stating the same thing.I asked a question with my settings. I already mentioned I don't know much about suspensions. What's your point bro? For the last time, either say something useful or GTFO.
Multiple people have already responded, all telling you the settings you posted do not make any sense. They make no sense to me either, so now you have four stating the same thing.
For someone who claims to have a tough skin, you certainly are quick to get your panties in a wad. :crying: Toughen up and stop whining.
Now please stop crapping in an otherwise very interesting thread on the relation between tire wear and suspension settings.
Unfortunately, you are - demonstrated by your continuing comments such as this, and direct insults to individual members, in many threads.Anyway, not here to argue. There is no need for this elitism insecurity issues some members on here have.
Unfortunately, you are - demonstrated by your continuing comments such as this, and direct insults to individual members, in many threads.
You are experiencing push-back solely because of your initial attitude when joining the board which, sadly, continues.
This is an extremely welcoming and open group. Pocket the attitude and people will be delighted to help you. Remember, you have otherwise asked for suggestions on how to move forward here and asked for blunt. OK, here is the blunt version: many here are tired of your endless ignorance coupled with relentless arrogance, expressed by pretending you know something.
Positive suggestion: Start seriously lurking. Absorb. Learn. Ask open, honest questions without posturing and trying to convince others you are clever/cute/well-educated/moneyed/whatever. Stick to the topic at hand.
And to everyone else, I am very sorry to misdirect this thread. As many others before me, I have had enough.
Back to your regularly scheduled. much more interesting, programming.
I got my suspension setup at the track the other day by a tuner specialized in s1000RR DDC. I'm about 183lbs with gear. It was set up as follows:
Rear rebound: -6, Comp: 4
Front: DMP: -7
The bike felt night and day different. I like how it feels, it works well for the streets as well.
The preload on the front was left in stock settings, but rear preload was turned to left one turn.
I don't know much about suspensions. To understand what the tuner did, why did he make rebound and dampening softer, but compression harder?
Setting will vary a little depending on track and riders pace but your setting are way off. Your starting to be a troll !!
Attitude? I have been nothing but respectable and nice. I cannot do much if some people are too sensitive or insecure to handle a joke or my awesomeness.
I'm going to update my siggie to reflect that what I say is my own opinion, take at it at your own risk. :wink2:
From day one I never claimed to be an expert in literbikes/sports riding. I share my experiences and that's it. Take a step back and wonder why my threads are the most popular on this forum.
Convince others lol I'm not that social. I care less about what others think of me. I avoid most people like the plague. The more I think about this, the more I believe it has to do with generation X vs Y. My testosterone is level 1110 (total T test), constant boners make some members on here very mad/jealous.
Thanks for the advice BTW!
Keep thinking what I do is programming. :x
Well said and I agree 100%. Too bad we still have to see his posts in quotes....wish there was a feature to disappear him completely.I have just checked back in on this one.
I had to have a chuckle.
I have added zOO to my ignore list... So, the only times I see his messages are when they're quoted.
I'm not interested in your threads/posts. I do not want to hear your opinion or listen to your advice.
Now, this 'is' personal, because I don't like your personality, BUT, it's a normal part of life to not get along with everyone, and you happen to be someone I have decided I don't get along with.
We both ride the same bike, but that's where the similarities end. I'm pretty sure we don't ride the same way or for the same reasons (and judging by your setup the same style either). We happen to frequent the same forum but I will refrain from further comment on your posts (because I won't see them), and if you're going to comment on a thread I've created maybe keep down the hostilities, because that's not cool.
So, back to tires and suspension and setup. Is there a consolidated list of DDC setups? Because I reckon it could help others to get a good baseline for road/track riding. If everyone else wants to post theirs up I can put them in the first post.
I was under the impression the R had identical DDC features. Whats missing?Well said and I agree 100%. Too bad we still have to see his posts in quotes....wish there was a feature to disappear him completely.
I really wish my S1000R had the extra suspension settings the RR has. I'd like to be able to dial it in better.
It works ok but would be nice to have the ability to make finer adjustments. Maybe it's the tyres..not sure but I'll be trying the M7RR's next time.The single R just has 3 DDC modes. No adjusting, just choose. Irregardless, still works great if you set the sag properly.:smile2: