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2x For sale.
Will ship almost anywhere.
PayPal preferred but Aus guys can easily do Bank transfers if needed.
You pay postage, sent me postal code for shipping quote.
You pay PayPal fee's.

Blue spring shock is from a EVO3 750, reasonable working condition, would be great if you where near someone to have it serviced. $100.00

Yellow spring shock is the last shock I had in my F4, still in great working condition, will do well on the road or for general track use. Done approximately $5000km.
All adjusters still work fine including the pre-load adjuster which is often damaged by careless owners. $150.00

These will fit on all F4's and B4's from 99-09. Please measure your ride height and shock length's before replacing.
 

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Donsy,

I am interested in the yellow spring one, but I honestly don't know enough about this to know what I am getting into. Mostly, I am interested in being able to adjust the preload more easily than with the collars I have on the stock shock for my 910R.

Can you (or anyone else) give me any advice as to what would be different between your shock for sale and the one that came stock with my 910R besides the preload adjuster? For example is the spring rate different? Sorry, I hope you don't mind the questions...

Thanks.
 

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Never mind, Donsy.

I've been reminded how much has already been spent lately (new boots, track school, etc) and this isn't something I "need".

Thanks.
Sounds like the missus piped in. :thewife:
 

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Sorry I didn't see you post before Chris, for some reason I never get email notifications form the "For Sale" section.

Anyway, sorry to see the handbrake pulled you up short, I'll answer the question never the less.
As far as I have experienced, the F4 shock's are sprung a bit harder than the B4 bikes. But because the springs are the same size you can swap them over and experiment a bit like I have done.

As for the pre-load adjuster, it can be removed and installed on the other MV shock if one wished to do so.
 

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Sounds like the missus piped in. :thewife:
:) - Actually it was all me. I have to give props to the missus - her support for my motorcycling is pretty strong.

Sorry I didn't see you post before Chris, for some reason I never get email notifications form the "For Sale" section.

Anyway, sorry to see the handbrake pulled you up short, I'll answer the question never the less.
As far as I have experienced, the F4 shock's are sprung a bit harder than the B4 bikes. But because the springs are the same size you can swap them over and experiment a bit like I have done.

As for the pre-load adjuster, it can be removed and installed on the other MV shock if one wished to do so.
Thanks for the response, Donsy. I did not know that the pre-load adjuster was a removable part. Always learning new things!
 
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