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What air pressure in rear shocks in FLHRCI when loaded and pillion.?

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Typically 18 to 25psi

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Table 2-6. Rear Air Suspension Pressures

Shock Loading Recommended Pressures

PSI kPa

All Models Except FLHRS, FLHX - Standard Shocks


Solo rider up to 150 lbs. (68 kg), hereafter referred to as "Average" 0 0

Solo rider 150-200 lbs. (68-91 kg) 0-10 0-69

Solo rider 200-250 lbs. (91-113 kg) 5-15 35-103

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Maximum GVWR (see Section 2.1 Specifications) 20-35 138-241


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Use this table as a starting point in determining suitable rear air suspension pressures. Do not exceed

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pressure can adversely affect handling and lead to loss of vehicle control, which could result in loss of life

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