Question about 1988 Honda VFR 400 R NC24
I bought a 1987 VFR400r NC24 a month ago as a non runner. It has been off the road dry sotred for 4 years. I now have her running, but when I took it round the block I noticed the front end is very soft. The rebound is good, but it bottoms out over a sped hump at about 10mph. Is this normal? I notice there is a valve (looks like a tyre air valve) on the top of each fork. Is it good to put air in these to stiffen the forks? Or should they just be soft? Please help
I prepared it to be soft for comfortable riding but if you think that it is to soft try to add some air on it, but check the oil seal of the fork if it has no leak.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
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