Question about 2008 Yamaha YZF-R15
I have changed da rear tyre frm 100/80/17 to 120/80/17 zapper vyde.but it is givin da problem as the rear tyre touches the upper portion of da mudgaurd right under the toolbox in the jump situation.i want 2 increase the height of da shocker so as to avoid this prblm,bt da technicians told me dat it is nt possible 2 increase da height of da shocker as it is auto-adjustable.plz reccomend da appropiate solution...
You have increased the width of the tire only 5mm on the sides, all you need to do is to trim the mud guard down just enough to clear the tire and still work as a mud guard. if you were to install a longer shock you would change the geomerty of the machine making it harder to sit (higher) on and ride in the leaned over position seat no longer flat but leaning down hill to forks
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
No worry just increase the hieght rear shock it possible i changed back tyre with 140/80/17................ it is possible... just meet one good mechanic.
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