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Old 01-Oct-2013, 01:22 PM
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Suspension set up near Luton?

Hi, I have just bought myself a 749 Ducati and would like to know where I can get my suspension set up near me, I had a 748 when I lived up north in Chesterfield and new where to take it, but now I'm getting older i don't fancy doing the long drive to Nottingham lol

Any ideas or recommendations?
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Old 01-Oct-2013, 03:05 PM
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Hi, I have just bought myself a 749 Ducati and would like to know where I can get my suspension set up near me, I had a 748 when I lived up north in Chesterfield and new where to take it, but now I'm getting older i don't fancy doing the long drive to Nottingham lol

Any ideas or recommendations?

Dave Wood Racing in Aylesbury?

Never used them for suspension set-up, but they were good with everything else they did for me.
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Old 01-Oct-2013, 04:20 PM
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Dave Wood Racing in Aylesbury?

Never used them for suspension set-up, but they were good with everything else they did for me.
Thanks for that, they do it and I will get my bike in there by the end of the week
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Old 01-Oct-2013, 06:17 PM
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Thanks for that, they do it and I will get my bike in there by the end of the week

I get my DD bike set up on the Dyno but he also tweeked my front forks, awesome feel just ask Scott, did him everytime into hairpin at Pembrey
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Old 01-Oct-2013, 07:44 PM
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So it will make a difference?
It's been about six years since I have been on a bike so I am a bit rusty...
Hopefully I will get some more track-days under my belt soon.
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Old 02-Oct-2013, 05:31 PM
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I went there today and ended up getting a biketrac by road angel
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