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|23rd December 2006, 21:03||#16|
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yeah you are right sometimes it gets abit wobly.
but is it possible to fit gas shocks in the old pulsar , my garage wala said that the gas shock suspensions of new pulsar have angle difference so they are abit long .
any gyan ?
|24th December 2006, 00:23||#17|
Join Date: May 2006
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Your mechanic is right, in any case the normal suspension can take abuse much better than then gas ones. Even though ride quality of gas shocks might be a bit better.
My advice, get the original suspensions.
|25th December 2006, 17:02||#19|
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well i got the T adjusted...and this coupled with the frony tyre change has got the bike to normal handling!! i am finally content with the handling of the bike!
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