Racetech works great but there are a couple issues.. for one there's no rebound adjustment and the other one they need fiddling with to get them right. You also need to remove and drill rods; I have done it on several other bikes it isn't big deal but more extra work and there's no going back after.How do the Cogent DDC valves compare to the Racetech Gold Valves? Anybody tried them both over the years?
Reading their respective websites is seems that Racetech is more geared toward sport bike racing, but that doesn't mean their products can't be tuned for adventure touring.
Any other decent options for fork valves? Rear Shocks?
Please let me know what you think of the set up after you've run a few miles. I've used Racetech springs before but it was on an '07 FZ6. Eleven years ago, the going advice was to order 1 spring heavier than the Racetech recommendation. Being heavier than I wish, I'm getting a bit more dive when I hit the front brake than I'd like. The Racetech spring upgrade was an affordable solution on the FZ and I'm going to end up doing the Wee.I ordered 1kg racetech springs, that's what the calculator thingy said for my weight.
Also ordered SV racing foot peg lowering kit. Arrived today, 2 days after ordering!!