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    Quote Originally Posted by sn95guy View Post
    i run a stock shock, never been adjusted yet, cut a 1.5 60ft so far, hoping for better next year on a pilot power with 38 psi. On the street it spins from a semi hard launch pretty bad, and if its below 50 degrees will spin at the top of 1st gear from a 50 roll pretty bad. If i ran less psi or when i am lowered it helps the spin, but after busting a oil pan being lowered on the highway i keep stock height on the road and lowered/strapped at the track. I ride to many backroads to be lowered also. I am hoping to cut 1.4 60fts on my set up next year, may need a shinko though. Stretch is very fun for rolling burnouts too
    38psi strected? Man you get that power pure, power one, and or a shinko and play with the shock you'd go 1.4's right there. I run 18psi and we have a damn good track here fyi
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    yeah 12-18 here too

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    Quote Originally Posted by sn95guy View Post
    i run a stock shock, never been adjusted yet, cut a 1.5 60ft so far, hoping for better next year on a pilot power with 38 psi. On the street it spins from a semi hard launch pretty bad, and if its below 50 degrees will spin at the top of 1st gear from a 50 roll pretty bad. If i ran less psi or when i am lowered it helps the spin, but after busting a oil pan being lowered on the highway i keep stock height on the road and lowered/strapped at the track. I ride to many backroads to be lowered also. I am hoping to cut 1.4 60fts on my set up next year, may need a shinko though. Stretch is very fun for rolling burnouts too
    There's no way your gonna hook at 38 psi with a Pilot Power unless your swb. Even at 63inches my bike would barely hook with a Pilot Power at 28psi.. And we have an awesome track here..
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