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08-24-2009 07:45 PM
orthopgy4 also make sure you have a ride height adjuster to set the right attitude of the bike. That combination, along with good rear shock will do wonders for your RG.
08-24-2009 05:00 PM
MannyU
Race Tech Emulators

The anti-dives are superfluous in any event. They merely keep oil from running out the holes in the leg. After the damper rods are drilled (as per RT instructions) to bypass stock compression damping, all semblance of anti-dive function is gone. Take them off and cap them or leave them on. The effect is the same.

Manny
08-24-2009 12:41 PM
clubby
Race Tech Emulators

Hi all
Can anyone tell me if the anti-dive units on std forks have to be removed to allow the emulators to function properly?? i have tried to e-mail them but with no joy.
Many thanks

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