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Old 04-12-2006, 02:02 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by Arch
the suspension was more willing to compress with the lowering links in place. I adjusted the shock to fight it, but the thing never felt the same. Always felt like I was into its travel, if that makes any sense.
Which lowering links did you use? That is, how much lower?

With the Emig 28mm (1.25") links and the forks pulled through 25mm, my bike is easier to handle on the street. I'd like to do some back-to-back testing in off-road conditions versus standard. Even lowered it is too tall, so I'm wondering if I'll really notice that extra inch when man-handling the bike. If not, it might be better to have the suspension all standard for better handling on-the-move when seat height isn't an issue.
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