sleepr Posted July 4, 2008 Report Share Posted July 4, 2008 Just changed my gearing from 14/46 for our local bullring to 14/41 to head to Brainerd. Because of the change the wheelbase has been lengthened. Is there any formula or hard and fast rule on how much ride height I will need to add to the rear to maintain the same chassis attitude. At this point I have done nothing to affect the ride height but have considered raising it some in the rear, if so how much? Of course Brainerd is not really a track that requires the same degree of "turnability" compared to our local one. By the way bike is an 06 636 and I just added an ohlins to the rear, which makes ride height adjustment relatively easier than the stock setup. The chain adjuster has been brought back about an inch and a quarter. Thanks for any help. Can't wait for my eyes to water through turn one! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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