Join Date: Dec 2006
Location: Jacksonville, FL.
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What experience do you have track riding?
If not much, you don't need an aftermarket shock right now. I only mention to save yourself some money right now. OEM will take you further than you can imagine if you're fairly new (even if you have some experience). Buy/upgrade when you're over riding the OEM equipment.
At JenningsGP, I rode an OEM shock with 22k miles (7k track miles) into the 20's (1:20.66), and it was worn out.
Not trying to say you're inexperienced, or "look at me". Just in this day & time try to help folks save a little money, and spend it when you need it.
Work on making you faster (trackdays=seat time) before the bike.
JenningsGP Control Rider
CCS & WERA Novice #441
JGP Personal Bests:
11/8/09 ... 1:20.66 - Counter Clockwise
9/26/09 ... 1:25.18 - Clockwise
Last edited by SpeedyTide; 10-25-2010 at 03:05 PM.