Question about 2002 Honda VT 1100 C Shadow Spirit
Not positive about this bike... I have an older bike that has a step positioner that requires a special tool (you can use a pair of channel-locks). The higher you go the stiffer the ride the lower you got less tension on the spring, so the easier the ride. New bikes (like yours) sometimes have a nitrogen filled assist canister with a flat head screw. That flat head screw should have an arrow pointing in both right and left directions, on one end is a pos. (+) symbol and the other is a minus (-). Turn toward the pos for a stiffer ride, toward the min a softer ride!!
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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