The fnder was the hardest part for me to track down too... I ended up getting a damaged one and fixing it.
you use sv dogbones, you might need a longer bolt, with a 636 shock anyway, miles?? lowest the better, svraceshop charges $275 and $375 i think, depends on if you specify the gold valve or not, it's pretty cheap for what you getP-Low said:how many miles should a good used shock have on it? whats this revalving stuff and how much does it cost? do i need all the linkage stuff/dogbone/bolt/nut off the shock i get, or can i use the stuff off my bike?
http://www.svraceshop.com/SVShockUpgradeFAQ.aspP-Low said:so your sayin to just pick up a shock from svraceshop rather than dealing with any ebay shocks?
do people just get ebay shocks and throw em on without revalving them? if so does it affect anything? what are the advantages/disadvantages to throwin on a ebay shock vs svraceshop shock. only thing i can think of is cost... id rather spend 45 bucks on a shock than 375...
guess im trying to ask is, what is revalving and what does it do for the shock? and why the heck does svraceshop want you to upgrade the spring for a 190 lb rider when majority of the people here on svrider say the stock gsxr 1000 spring is perfect for that weight?
ill try and search for answers... an iquiring mind wants to know.
srad 750 is 96-99P-Low said:didnt SRADs 1st appear in 96? then end in 99?
trying to find disc sizes for 96, 97, and 98. according to the original site i used it says 96-97 are 310mm and 98-03 are 320mm. it very well could be wrong tho. trying to find other sites to verify whats correct. thx
oh also no one seems to want to answer my question in the shock sticky...
how many miles should a good used shock have on it? whats this revalving stuff and how much does it cost? do i need all the linkage stuff/dogbone/bolt/nut off the shock i get, or can i use the stuff off my bike?