Originally Posted by ditto
btw - i get the rear shock relocation for aesthetics but that wont fuck with the pedulum swing of the shock/swingarm in a negative way? I mean - that wont cause binding somewhere?
I understand what your saying, it will affect the geometry or leverage that coilovers have on the swingarm which I may have to account for with a different spring rate. It wont bind though, the eyelets of the coilovers allow rotation which takes care of that, but its actually closer now to being in jive with the travel path of the swingarm than it was from the factory. Im hoping that it will ride better than before, I had the Burly coilovers at there lowest setting and it rode pretty rough, now I will have more shock travel and be sitting a little lower.