Threw back a few more last night, including a black cherry stout. Only came in small glasses as they had a limited supply and wanted to share the love. Another combo out of left field, and another winner.Maritime said:+ 1 here, the porters and high ABV stouts help get through the cold dark months here in Canuckistan
The emulators will help with the damping, which in my humble opinion is of far greater importance than spring rates.The Jimbonaut said:Great info. I'd never heard of these things but having emulators as an option is very good to know. I checked them out on the race tech site - $180. That's considerably more expensive than a set of Progressive springs ($90) but clearly the emulators have clear advantages. Not sure how good I've been this year - think Santa might bust a nut if I put these things on my list.
Dont do that ....the main use for the paddock stand is to remove the rear wheel weld some tabs to the swing arm and get some stand off's....Or remove the spring ect for the stock center stand so its easy to remove after useThe Jimbonaut said:Heavy and ugly. And that's being polite!
Otherwise I might muck about with the rear axle somehow, extend it so that I can hoik up the rear end on one of those snazzy race bike rear wheel lifts. They always make you look like you know what the hell you're doing.