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Old 02-13-2015, 12:09 AM   #1
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Fastrack Riders

Overjoyed to be the new suspension tuner for Fastrack Riders!

If you are interested in getting your suspension tuned track-side, be sure to pre-register through the SST website (Events page.)

Pre-registering for suspension services will save $10 versus event day pricing! (Pre-registration closes 1 week prior to the event.)

See you at the track!

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Old 02-13-2015, 12:47 AM   #2
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Hope to get my 400 pound set up

Haha. Too much meat. Hope you can dial it in.

Seriously, I am 6'2" tall and about 220 pounds mostly made of kick . haha

My suspension is at stock set up. I go with the flow. Whatever happens, happens.

If you can make it happen to be better, I am down.
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Haha. Too much meat. Hope you can dial it in.

Seriously, I am 6'2" tall and about 220 pounds mostly made of kick . haha

My suspension is at stock set up. I go with the flow. Whatever happens, happens.

If you can make it happen to be better, I am down.

I can certainly make it better, but...

Consider getting the right springs on the bike for your weight (fork springs and shock spring.) You are a little heavy for the stock springs.
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I can certainly make it better, but...

Consider getting the right springs on the bike for your weight (fork springs and shock spring.) You are a little heavy for the stock springs.
I'll try and lose 70 pounds by the the 28th.
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Alex that'd be $$$ well spent before your first track day, at least to get the SAG set the best you can and get a baseline for rebound dampening. Assuming you havent already done that of course.
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Alex that'd be $$$ well spent before your first track day, at least to get the SAG set the best you can and get a baseline for rebound dampening. Assuming you havent already done that of course.
I know. Just having internet fun.
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