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post #10 of (permalink) Old 06-27-2012, 08:51 AM
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mws, nice job. I forgot to mention I too eliminated the b-code overload....but I also didn't reuse the factory slapper leaf. You could remove that and drop down a little more. The b-codes are strong enough to moderate the wrap issues that the slapper was trying to do on the stock setup but the best way to eliminate is to also go to traction bars. Also, the stock ex aluminum spacers soften the ride a little with almost no loss in capacity, so if it feels a little to stiff, swap them back in.

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