Assuming there's no known service history of your suspension, (last time the fluid was drained and replenished?), and/or the bike was a recent purchase by you...Anyone know of a suspension guy in VA, preferably near Hampton Roads. Tracking next season on a 2010 S1K. Would love to get suspension dialed in for my weight. Thanks in advance.
To answer your original question, you'd be coming out ahead mailing your stuff to one of the three I mentioned or Peterson Pro Suspension, Witchcraft racing.Anyone know of a suspension guy in VA, preferably near Hampton Roads. Tracking next season on a 2010 S1K. Would love to get suspension dialed in for my weight. Thanks in advance.
'14s and later were sprung for a 187lb. rider. If that was the case in 2010, in gear you should be fine for a track side base tune. Someone will correct me if I am wrong about the 2010s. :smile2:I appreciate the feeback guys. im around 170. I normally fluctuate around 175 though so would it be better to send off or worthwhile to wait until season starts and have it done trackside. im lower intermediate and came from a Daytona 675 which handles rather nicely, but I couldn't feel the front wheel like a lot of people refer to. it felt kinda ehh I guess would be best way to describe it. I will still street ride the s1k on occasion, but am more concerned at setup for track as eventually it will become track only.
HA!Pops, your mind seems to be in "race mode" rather than track day mode." My impression was OP just wanted a basic setup of sag etc. If that fails to satisfy, your suggestions are perfectly appropriate.
I'm kind of old, can't remember if I told you but, thanks for your service!haha im bummed because I love NCBike and I get back from my deployment right after season ends there...agreed...first world problems haha.