Taller rear end would translate into a twitchier and more willing front end. I'm not sure how much you can raise it with aftermarket links before the pros of raising the rear get outweighed by the cons of altering the geometry too much. Have you tried bumping up the preload on the rear shock yet? The 750 rear shocks are preload adjustable. I think there's even a tool in the bike's tool kit.
Post by swedishsteel on Oct 22, 2015 9:43:22 GMT -6
Makes sense. No sir i have not tampered with the suspension, YET! The idea hadnt even cross my mind, altough i have seen the tool in the tool kit. I suppose that the spring is to be adjusted according to the weight of the rider? does anyone know what weight the spring is adjusted for in stock condition?
You change the entire spring out to respring a shock for different body weight. Preload adjustment is basically ride heigh adjustment. I think you will be pleased with just adjusting your rear preload and even lowering the front preload/dropping the forks a bit if you are really after that aggressive raised rear setup. It's pretty straight forward with the forks.