Adjustable Suspension..

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HLHS is a good option to have to tune it to the way you want it. Yes, you can get a non-HLHS and get the shop/sifu/sensei to fine tune it for you. But then again, you can only tune it to 1 characteristics (i.e. street use OR touge OR track). Where as, the full HLHS you can have everything when you want it. Of course it will take time for your to fine tune it yourself to get the settings you want on each different scenarios (i.e. street OR touge OR track).

But if the price is almost similiar, better get the full HLHS. I mean why not right? Whether you tune it yourself or not, does not matter coz price is similiar. But when you want to tune it one day, say....If you decide to go track....The option is available.....But agreed that most of the time you just leave it as it is when you get the perfect tune for yourself for everday use.

BC is taiwan, but is quite well known in UK/US though. But for what it is worth, it is pretty decent for its price compared to other brand of HLHS. I too am considering a BC in the later stage.
 

sweelt

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That is making full use of adjustable. I agree if THAT is what you intend to do with your adjustable.

So yeah..either buy that.. crawl..or don't buy adjustable..
I choose crawl, inverted monotube have to adjust from below. lol....:smokin:
 

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choosing spring range depend on shop/seller


but most didnt allow....but good news is hwl,gab adjustable spring is cheap..as low as rm70/pcs (used) and if not mistaken HWL brand new spring just rm150 (if want pure new item)
Do you know how low kyb rs pro can go? Fasmoto tell me 100mm and kakimoto tell me 40-50mm

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Do you know how low kyb rs pro can go? Fasmoto tell me 100mm and kakimoto tell me 40-50mm

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since the damper body height is not adjustable, i would say around 50mm...


if u want optimum height adjustment, like i've mentioned way earlier...get the damper that have body shift capability.....means the bracket at lower part of the damper is adjustable...
 

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since the damper body height is not adjustable, i would say around 50mm...


if u want optimum height adjustment, like i've mentioned way earlier...get the damper that have body shift capability.....means the bracket at lower part of the damper is adjustable...
My D2 with body shift with max adjustment for my VR, still very high up like stock.....lol