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Old 09-04-2013, 09:51 PM   #1
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HDB guards fit with Ralle Moto damper?

Looking to fit both these to my 990. Anyone have this set up? I would love to see a pic of how much the damper is visible/clearance etc, under the HDB clamp.
Can anyone post a pic or two?

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Old 09-05-2013, 10:37 AM   #2
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yep I have that set up on mine although I am using a extra set of risers as I want the bars just a bit higher than stock.

However I will say both bits of equipment are top notch, the exception being fastners on the HDB guards, I would recommend replacing them with stainless ones asap.

Will get some photos taken and try and upload them soonest.
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Old 09-05-2013, 06:26 PM   #3
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That would be great if you can. Im interested weather you can see the dials for the damper while riding.
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That would be great if you can. Im interested weather you can see the dials for the damper while riding.
Cheers.
the answer is easy, without a tank bag yes no problem especially with the risers, without, then only the top one, but that's the problem with the bag.
I generally find that I don't need to adjust the bottom one on the go, I set it to what I like for the ride and leave it, if it needs changing its normally somewhere I have come to a stop.
I normaly run it quite stiff on high speed roads, and turn it down a bit when I get to normal roads its not hard, turning the knobs is a one finger job.
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