Post by beanmachine on Feb 24, 2019 9:01:06 GMT -7
Got the rear shock in October 18 and just had my forks returned from Maxton, GP30 internals fitted. Ride is a bit firmer now and just a little bit higher, using the ride height adjustment which helps the bike tip into corners better. Got to test the whole setup on some good fast roads yet but initial feeling is the bike is much more planted.
Post by beanmachine on Mar 10, 2019 4:48:53 GMT -7
Bike is definitely much firmer on the front maybe a bit too hard for our local bumpy roads, just as well the bike will be used more away in France and on the odd track.
I've been using Maxton kit for years and have had the rear and front done on my last three bikes. Each time Richard from Maxton sets them up really well based on my details and riding style. I had my track bike setup when I was at Donington and it only needed some very minor adjustment.
What settings have you got on your rear shock, mine is Rebound - 15, High Comp -25, Low Comp -15.
I've also got the carbon hugger like you as well now, plus a couple of other little bits
Forgot to post this last time the forks come with a nice tool kit for adjustment and maintenance.