Originally Posted by BinDerSmokDat
have said it before, but I'm not sure exactly what a "better" shock will do for a Ural.
On a 2 wheeler, where compression and rebound are much more critical to the tracking and handling of the bike, I can see spending the loot.
But on Ural, which is heavy, cumbersome and the suspension movement doesn't change the bike's lean/direction of travel, I'm very skeptical.
Your logic just destroyed the entire car shock absorber market. Best you don't tell them they're wasting their time...
That video shows well what the front wheel is doing, but it doesn't give the slightest hint what the bike is doing.