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Old 18-Apr-2004, 09:58 PM
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Adjusting Suspension After Fitting Rennsports

Fitted some Rennsport street at Almeria (only got 30 mins on track with them - but that's another story - hence Dickies post on full wets!)

The front end was perfect for the diablo's that were on before but now seems a bit bouncy/soft - tried more compression that just made it harsh, the rebounds fine so should I add more preload??

Any advice gratefully received

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for the record adding one click of compression on the forks has sorted this - bit harsh over the bumps though.......
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