From what I understand you trim the shocks, not your bike.I don't race, just recreational ride. I've been doing pretty good with stock and they blow. I really appreciate the responses, I'm thinking st. 1 will be just fine for my recreational riding. I really don't want to cut up my xx for the ds shocks though they do sound like a good deal
I got stage 2 with compression adjustment...ok here it is
you can get s1 or the stage one with rebound but i would go with the ds 450 shocks before those then you can get the stage two with rebound no stage 2 for rears though then u can get the s3 with rebound and compression. when i bought mine they said u cant get the s2 with compression adjusters the s1 would be better but would be kinda like just revalving and respringing your stock ones basicly the ds shocks are fully adjustable and would work nicely if on a budget otherwise i would get at least the stage 3 shocks because u dont wanna be sayin in 6months to a jear that u wish you would of spend the little extra at the time instead of going with the s 1or2s jmo
Nope just compression, it was 940 and is on the elka store website.
ok cool i thought the were just rezzies with optional rebound. i think the compression is more important than the rebound i am always adjusting mine.Actually, you can get the Stage 2 with compression OR rebound... Having both would be the Stage 3. BTW - The Stage 2's only come in piggyback, so won't work for rear.