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Old 04-22-2006, 01:11 PM
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Default LTR 450 Suspension

Not sure where I should be set up on my shocks. Only weigh about 140-150 lbs. and stand at a short 5.5. Any suggestions.

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06 LT-R 450 (New)
Yoshi Full System Exhaust
K&N Air Filter
Lidless
Yoshi Cherry Bomb
Re-geared (1 tooth down on front sprocket)

03 Z400 (Old)
Yoshi Full System Exhaust
K&N Air Filter
Dyna FX Programmer
Re-geared ( 1 tooth down on front sprocket)
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Old 04-22-2006, 04:20 PM
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Default LTR 450 Suspension

Before I rode it the first time I started by backing off the front springs 4 turns and the rears 3, no sag stock setting. Backed off the comp and rebound dampning a couple clicks. Have over 40 hrs on it and haven't touched it since. Other people that have ridden it says it feels fine. I like it right where it is.
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Old 04-23-2006, 07:18 PM
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Default LTR 450 Suspension

it depends upon the riding you plan on doing. motocross? trails? dunes? being that you are so small, you can probably soften it up, as the shocks are stiffer from the factory because they are setup for a motocross track.

why did you drop the front tooth even with the addition of the Yoshi cherry bomb?
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