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Soft front suspension on a cbr 250rr mc22

I have no problem with the front forks when i'm driving and cornering and such it's when i come to a stop the i think the front of the bike seems to dip down much more than it should,and i dont hammer the brake either i was just wondering is this a common problem with a cbr 250rr mc 22 or do i need to do an overhaul on the forks.

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Hi i have a cbr 250 mc22 and have the same problem this is ver helpfull thanks am away out to change the for oil now

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Probably should have the fork fluid changed and install a new set of springs this should do it..and if you are going to put air into the shocks through the air fittings, be very careful if using a gas station hose, it'll blow your seals out.. it has to be just a real quick squirt of air, then take a tire gauge and measure, should be between 3-6psi..most racers though don't put any air in at all, but this is just personnel preference. they put in stiffer springs! this keeps the racer from bottoming out the forks in a tight turn which causes the bike to try and stand back up! Physics!
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