Nr. 100 Shocks

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Nr.100
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Nr. 100 Shocks

Post by Nr.100 » Tue Jan 08, 2019 10:28 am

Need your help.
I swapped the hagon shocks for progressive konis. The driving comfort has become much better but when cornering the triking :o tilts a lot.
Does anyone have the best lengths of the shocks and the spring rate for a good or result or an idea for a stabi
Thanks
Joachim

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Re: Nr. 100 Shocks

Post by westendguzzi » Tue Jan 08, 2019 2:17 pm

May be worth checking the tracking, 3mm toe in seems to be about right.
The standard Hagons are 280mm long, what length are yours and is the pre-load & damping adjustable?
Tony

Nr.100
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Re: Nr. 100 Shocks

Post by Nr.100 » Thu Jan 10, 2019 10:23 am

Thank`s for your answer.
my Koni shocks are 309mm long for a little more space .
i have lineare springs with 40 kg rate , to hard for normal road.
and progressive springs with 28-56 kg rate perfect on road to soft in curves.
the shocks has 3 steps pre-load and 4 steps damping adjust.
i drive with soft damping and more pre- load on the driver side.
the rear shocks are 329mm with progressive springs ( orginal Guzzi)

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