First impressions - David Burnett at Suspension Matters has done a fantastic job! Did a 250km loop this morning on roads that I know well, only change I have made is a half turn more rebound dampening. The bike feels nice and taught and not a hint of fade. Purposely aimed the bike at a few rough corners that I usually try to avoid and the suspension just soaked it up with no skipping, sliding or jacking down. It was also the first outing for the TKC70s and after the initial scrubbing in period, happy to report they are very good. We2V2 - Paul, 99% two up you will need a heavier spring. My info to Dave was as I noted in the first post with weights, plus I told him I did about 80% road riding, 20% off road and 90% solo, 20% of that with luggage, and 10% two up with luggage - hope that's not too confusing. J58943 - we are pretty spoilt here on the Sunshine Coast with two quality suspension techs within 20 minutes of where I live. I also weighed up buying an aftermarket shock, but they start at $1300 and you have to remember it's only a $14 000 bike, however, that is just my opinion.
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