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post #1 of 15 Old 12-10-2009, 05:56 PM Thread Starter
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i finally fitted these shocks to my bike yesterday super easy to install and to get set up and they would have to be the best looking shocks i have ever seen besides that i could notice the different feel straight away how much better these shocks are even without starting to fine tune them to my riding style they are super light both of them in my guess would weigh as much as one of the stock shocks they are just great they give you so much more confidence especially at high speed corners and everywhere else i wish i had them on there 12 months ago i will try to post some pictures later they are worth looking at
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Did you get the Houser a arms to go along with them?
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yes pics plz
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no i did not get the houser a arms with these shocks i was able to put the front of the bike at 49 inches wide plus we all have a budget to stick to
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^^^^ did you go with the stock a arm set or the long travel set?


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still running stock a arms which works great for me houser a arms would of been nice but it all about the money and i dont race mine
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so jealous right now, asked santa for these but dont think thats happening...please post pictures all we ever see is elka...

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*Update*

Pressure seems to hold pretty good in these. Been over 90 days and because of the warmer weather the pressure actually went up.

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If anyone is looking for pictures Fox has, I think a seven minute video on their shocks on the xx. Very good video. Most guys seem to be going big 3 I think it would be nice to corner faster and have smooth landings off the jumps than win every drag race. Even with the stock power it will pull the front in every gear.
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