Question about Honda GL 1100 Gold Wing Motorcycles
Just enough pressure that the front and rear of the motorcycle drop together , when you bounce on the seat. If the front drops first when you bounce it might wash out on a corner. If the backdrops first when you bounce on the seat , the rear will tend to skid out on a corner. Set your front and rear shocks to drop together , that is best for extreme riding conditions (you never know when an extreme riding conditions will surprise you.)
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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