Having trouble finding any company that is making aftermarket shocks for the 2017 onwards Suzuki GSX-S750. Anyone have any inside info on why/ when any might do it? Seems like a missed opportunity for Nitron/ Showa / Ohlins, given they do one for the 1000 and for the old GSR750. Only one i have seen is Matris, but im not sure what to think as i've never heard of them before.
Why do companies seem to take longer to release things for Suzukis? Seems like Yamaha and Kawasaki, the aftermarket parts come out before even the bike is for sale. Or is it just me?
I just completed internet search also for another shock or spring. Zero.
My shock only allows for 20mm sag and since I just replaced stock rear tire (2015 with 4k miles, T30 Bridge) I am feeling the rear movement over simple asphalt waves even more. Yes its balanced (doesn't feel like it on those waves) This doesn't help with the bad seat. Actually sucks. Screwing up an otherwise fun bike.
I have since found reducing tire pressure to 35 psi helps a lot.
Last Edit: Sept 13, 2018 6:22:43 GMT -6 by goriding: changed tire pressure from 42 to 35
Just curious why your looking for "Less" sag? At 20mm your set for the track and maybe even too little? Again not trying to start an argument i'm just really curious as i measured mine yesterday, I'm going to redo them as i'm not sure the individual helping had the strength to correctly compress the front but stock settings on my 2018 seem to leave me with 29mm sag in the front and 60mm in the rear.