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Old 12-05-2012, 08:14 AM   #4071
M0t0Rider
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Location: Lavergne, Tennessee
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Originally Posted by Sock Monkey View Post
If you have the Ohlins, be aware there is a fair amount of stiction in them when new and it takes some time before that goes away. Also note that your preload may be set too high, so you may want to back off on that a bit and see if that helps. Finally, spend some time going through the comp/rebound settings and you'll be rewarded with all of the goodness Ohlins has to offer.

If you don't have the Ohlins, you're on your own.....

-SM
Thanks for the advice. I do have the Ohlins my bike it's the S Touring. I have went through the adjusters. With 13k on the clock I have not found the plushness I am looking for. Maybe I should give it another look.
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