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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-25-2013, 11:31 AM Thread Starter
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sidestand problems

can anyone tell me if the post 2010 sidestands are all the same in length?
i have just paidŁ90 for a newer stand to fit to my 07 312r as some other members have done and i see no significant change to the angle the bike sits at - pissed off or what!!
this seems strange as i have seen pictures on here of other bikes that have done the mod and the bike sits a lot nearer to the vertical!!
also it was suggested that the stand would fit straight onto the older bike - which it dose to the bracket but the return springs are well short!! do i need the newer ones?
can anyone who has done this mod help out?
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Hi, which stand did you put on? I put one from an 11 on my 05 and the difference was dramatic. I had to use some of the 05 hardware as the 11 spring and bracket wouldn't clear. I've posted my findings on numerous threads already but let me know what you need.

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Chay, do you happen to have the part number of the stand that you installed? For reference, the part number of the newer stand should be: 80A0B3583. Hope that helps!
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I'm pretty sure all the MY10+ stands are the same length. I imagine the difference in lean angles you see will be down to individual ride height adjustments.

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the part number is the same as brutista quoted so looks like all y10+ stands are the same - so do i need to fit the y10+ springs also? as my original springs are well short!! also i take the point on ride hieght making a difference on the way the bike sits - one other thing also comes into play and that is the sidestand brackets - i've looked at a few and some seem to have more meat on the stop part of the bracket than others which affects how far forward the stand goes forward.
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I'm pretty sure all the MY10+ stands are the same length. I imagine the difference in lean angles you see will be down to individual ride height adjustments.

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the part number is the same as brutista quoted so looks like all y10+ stands are the same - so do i need to fit the y10+ springs also? as my original springs are well short!! also i take the point on ride hieght making a difference on the way the bike sits - one other thing also comes into play and that is the sidestand brackets - i've looked at a few and some seem to have more meat on the stop part of the bracket than others which affects how far forward the stand goes forward.
You use the Y10 stand,and original hardware.


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You use the Y10 stand,and original hardware.
Mitch;
you guys lifting the rear to improve tip in?
and then getting too much lean on the stand?


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No Noel,rear ride height is standard,checked with your beautifully made ride height tool.Unless it lies.


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No Noel,rear ride height is standard,checked with your beautifully made ride height tool.Unless it lies.
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I wouldn't trust that lying stainless POS if it had knee pads on


i run a 180/55.....how big a rear are we talking about()

this doesn't involve a 200/60, 65 does it?

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