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    K-tech shock

    Hi guys, Just wondering if anyone on here has fitted a K-tech Razor lite shock and if so what do you think of the ride and handling?

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    Got the razor shock and the k-tec fork kit.
    It's a must do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barton View Post
    Got the razor shock and the k-tec fork kit.
    It's a must do.
    barton, when you say K-Tech fork kit, do you mean re-valve i.e. SSK valve kit or complete cartridges?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RussR View Post
    barton, when you say K-Tech fork kit, do you mean re-valve i.e. SSK valve kit or complete cartridges?

    i put the full cartridge kit in. Comp in one leg rebound in the other.

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    barton,
    Thanks, my forks are in at K-Tech next week but for the SSK re-valve, springs and oil, I've also got a second rebound damper to go in which 'should' make it about as good as it's ever going to be without spending close to a grand on a full cartridge kit.

    ZX6RR shock in the back made a big difference to the point where I don't notice what the back end is doing anymore - and it only cost 140.

    Now, disc pads - the front is a little 'wooden' in feel, what replacement pads are recommended?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RussR View Post
    barton,
    Thanks, my forks are in at K-Tech next week but for the SSK re-valve, springs and oil, I've also got a second rebound damper to go in which 'should' make it about as good as it's ever going to be without spending close to a grand on a full cartridge kit.

    ZX6RR shock in the back made a big difference to the point where I don't notice what the back end is doing anymore - and it only cost 140.

    Now, disc pads - the front is a little 'wooden' in feel, what replacement pads are recommended?
    I stuck some HH rated pads out of my R1 in and big difference to stock GG.

    MY CARTRIDGE KIT SUPPLY AND FIT WAS 799.00
    Last edited by barton; 02-16-2018 at 02:58 AM.

 

 

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