Question about 2005 Suzuki Boulevard C50
Load the bike and sit on it. Now bounce up and down. You want the front and back of the bike to drop together. If the front drops first on a hard corner and you hit a slippery spot the front of the bike might wash out. If the back drops first in the same situation, the back might skid out , a little easier to recover from, but still dangerous.If you are able to adjust both front and rear, you should be able to set up a perfect soft ride or firm ride. If you can only adjust the rear, than you want to adjust the drop in the back to match the fork drop. This is how the racers set up there sport bikes for hard cornering , but it works for all styles of riding.
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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