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  I see so many riders that think setting sag is a set it and forget it proposition, that you just set it when you get a new bike and never look back. In fact, sag should be checked regularly, and just as important, adjusted for different conditions to make sure your bike is safe, predictable and fun to ride. This adjustment is especially important for ADV and sport touring bikes as the loads...
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Ken Roczen and Factory Suzuki know how Important it
is to make the right adjustment for both speed and safety.

I hear so many people that say that it doesn't matter where you measure sag on off-road bikes and that you just need to "know your number". This is absolutely false and flies in the face of decades of research and development. Every manufacturer has a method of taking the measurement which...
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"Solo" Sag Scales (single person required)- I have seen a few mechanical scales on the market that claim to allow the rider to set their sag with no assistance but to date, have not found one that is even close to accurate. In fact, the whole reason I designed Slacker was because I bought an ASV Solo Sag for $125.00 and by the time I got through the user guide it was obvious it could not possibly...
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Most riders do at least the bare minimum to assure their bike is safe. Things like checking the fluids, tire pressure, chain tension etc. The most overlooked aspect of safety on a motorcycle is proper suspension setup. Any bike with adjustable suspension needs to be setup an maintained for the bike to handle properly. If you are running the wrong spring rates/air pressureand/or improper spring...
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Wether you ride street or off-road, proper bike balance is key to keeping your bike fast, fun and safe. A balanced bike will stay settled in the turns and provide an amazing experience behind the bars.The key is to get the proper springs installed and correctly preloaded and proper air pressure if you have air forks. To tell if you have the right springs installed you will need to set your rider...
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