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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 05-31-2007, 11:16 AM Thread Starter
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Suspension Settings: F4S and F4R

I thought I'd just post this in case any ever needs it. Mostly like it will be me because I've made copies of this suspension insert but lost my original and all but one copy.

If anyone would like to add a Brutale or F4R, please feel free and I can rename the thread accordingly.
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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 05-31-2007, 11:38 AM
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Good idea.

Here's the one for the F4R and F4312R.

Way different from the S one.
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good post, i needed that.
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nice one they changed my settings when i went back for the fist service, so its good to know where they started at. thanks.


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Thanks! That will be helpfull.

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Thanks for the post, much appreciated!
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guys i have a question, do you turn the screws clockwise untill it is all the way closed, then count clicks counter-clockwise? or turn counter, then count clicks clockwise?
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turn screw clockwise - all the way in, till it's fully seated. then start counting clicks as you go counter clockwise (out).

the reason for doing that is to give you the same starting point every time you make an adjustment.

forgot to add: the high-speed compression adjuster on the rear shock is backwards - turn that one fully counter clockwise (no damping) and then count clicks in a clockwise direction.

here's a nice thread on all this stuff:
http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=2058

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i was asking because the pictures posted on this thread say the click numbers, but dont say which way to do it, so i guess its the same for all bikes, count backwards from fully seated position., thanx
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