DIY Suspension

DIYers Where do you get your best info?

  • Company Websites.

    Votes: 4 14.3%
  • Internet forums.

    Votes: 15 53.6%
  • Freinds.

    Votes: 2 7.1%
  • Magazine articles.

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Own exspereince, understanding.

    Votes: 13 46.4%
  • Trial and error testing.

    Votes: 10 35.7%

  • Total voters
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#2
I am getting much information out of the forum when I have time - unfortunately I am very busy in vote for polls :rotfl:
 

_JOE_

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#3
If spomething isn't working for me I'll play with the clickers until I get it to respond.

I checked 5 and 6.
 
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jayhedrick

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#4
I have to agree with Joe on that one +1000000000
 

MXSparx

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#5
I chose everything except magazines :whoa:
 
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#6
internet forums ftw! nothing is better than reading from everyone elses prior experiences before attempting something for yourself, especially for the first time
 

Sage

dirtbike riding roadracer
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#7
when i get stumped I call this guy I met on the internet :)
 
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#8
I get my info from Forums , from 1 guy i met on the forums that i have talked to by email and phone , he has been a tremendous help (the Dogger on TT*Brian Rewers*great guy with tons of info) , i also went and got Race Tech Gold Valve Kits , mainly for the completeness of the kit and they have excellent Tech Support , did both my 02 CRF450R and my 06 CRF450X with the kits front and rear , i am very happy how they turned out , the R i had to redo several times to get it the way i wanted it , but i figure i learned a lot by doing this so my second bike was much easier and went together without the need to redo the stacks , i also bought a Nitrogen Bottle and gauges , so that makes life much easier , as i can tear the shock apart whenever i want without worrying about not being able to get it recharged quickly