Question about BMW F 650 GS Motorcycles
Posted by Anonymous on
It depends on what you want to adjust. There is no screw type adjustment on the shock itself.
If you are after a different feel, this can only be done by replacing the fork oil with a different grade or amount.
Typically the shocks will have a 10W oil and a 120mm air gap. Using a thicker oil will make then slower, thinner oil makes them faster.
Smaller air gap makes them harder, larger air gap softer.
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