Easy R6 shock upgrade

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Re: Easy R6 shock upgrade

Postby shredex » Mon Oct 19, 2009 6:51 pm

you cant use te stock r6 spring?
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Re: Easy R6 shock upgrade

Postby yamaha_george » Mon Oct 19, 2009 6:55 pm

shredex wrote:you cant use te stock r6 spring?



Shred,
RR answers that half way down page two, at 01.00 even I can keep up with the plot LoL

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Re: Easy R6 shock upgrade

Postby reelrazor » Mon Oct 19, 2009 7:34 pm

shredex wrote:you cant use te stock r6 spring?


A little munchkin like you (and me) can CERTAINLY use the R6 spring. Dlvryboy, being growed up (a lot) needs more......
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Re: Easy R6 shock upgrade

Postby shredex » Mon Oct 19, 2009 7:36 pm

yea, im only 125 to 130 on a good day lol
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Re: Easy R6 shock upgrade

Postby yamaha_george » Tue Oct 20, 2009 2:11 am

shredex wrote:yea, im only 125 to 130 on a good day lol


Shred ,
at that rate stay away from the burgers & beer and you will always have a good day.

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Re: Easy R6 shock upgrade

Postby gogofizzpow » Fri Oct 30, 2009 8:18 am

I cant find adjustable dog bones anywere... unless you know somewhere else, how much for your creations?
'96 FZR600
-Stainless brake lines, K&N Filter Pods, R6 front calipers, R6 Front and rear Master cylinder, Factory Pro Stg 1 Jetkit, R6 Headers (TK), '08 R6 Rear shock w/ adjustable dogbones (RR), Airtech R1 kit (and all the mods that go with that), Home made 5 d ignition advance, YZF600r D&D Modified short can with R6 mid pipe, Progressive rate front suspension, YZF600r Swingarm/wheel, 520 14/45, 47, 48 Sprockets, China's rearsets, YZF600r modified undertray, Cheap battery mod so I can run lay flat glass matts, And anything else I become compulsive enough to do to her...
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Re: Easy R6 shock upgrade

Postby yamaha_george » Fri Oct 30, 2009 8:23 am

gogofizzpow wrote:I cant find adjustable dog bones anywere... unless you know somewhere else, how much for your creations?



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PM ReelRazor a number of the guys here have his full shock swap kits and others have just used hi nifty adjustable Dog bones

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Re: Easy R6 shock upgrade

Postby equinoxlb » Wed Apr 07, 2010 1:05 pm

I recently installed one of these kits and can recommend it to anyone who's looking for a shock upgrade. reelrazor is great to deal with and the package has everything you need (and more) in terms of hardware and instructions. It is very easy to install and looks great. Hard to beat the price and performance of this kit.

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Re: Easy R6 shock upgrade

Postby delvryboy » Sat Apr 10, 2010 8:23 pm

TK installed this for me last week and I just picked it up. I gotta say, it's like a new bike. Night and day difference.
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Race Tech Springs & Gold Valve Emulators * '06 R6 MC & Calipers * '06 R6 Rear Shock
130 Dynojet Mains/Pods/Flo-Comander * Full Yoshi Exhaust w/ Custom Can
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Re: Easy R6 shock upgrade

Postby gogofizzpow » Wed May 05, 2010 6:24 am

Just recieved mine day before yesterday, installed yesterday, looks good so far, waiting for rain to pass so I can test her out. So far everything was smooth sailing. Parts were in good shape, he included clear directions for the mechanically impaired and the dog bones were primed and ready for paint. hell, they were even set to make up for the 10mm difference between the stock fxr shcok and the r6 shock. Great dealing with you reelrazor! Fast turn around and ship time too... You have made a man taken from his primary shop happy today! (and not in a wierd awkward way... heheh) :cheers:
'96 FZR600
-Stainless brake lines, K&N Filter Pods, R6 front calipers, R6 Front and rear Master cylinder, Factory Pro Stg 1 Jetkit, R6 Headers (TK), '08 R6 Rear shock w/ adjustable dogbones (RR), Airtech R1 kit (and all the mods that go with that), Home made 5 d ignition advance, YZF600r D&D Modified short can with R6 mid pipe, Progressive rate front suspension, YZF600r Swingarm/wheel, 520 14/45, 47, 48 Sprockets, China's rearsets, YZF600r modified undertray, Cheap battery mod so I can run lay flat glass matts, And anything else I become compulsive enough to do to her...
-FOR SALE- *sniff sniff*

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Re: Easy R6 shock upgrade

Postby STN » Sun Aug 22, 2010 2:18 am

I think I need one of these. Do you still have any? PM sent.

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Re: Easy R6 shock upgrade

Postby reelrazor » Mon Aug 30, 2010 3:11 pm

Three available right now.

an '07, an '08, and an '09

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Re: Easy R6 shock upgrade

Postby gogofizzpow » Tue Aug 31, 2010 2:04 am

Its a good set up... mines still working well, just trying to find the right height and dampening.. going to have to do it again though after I get me swingarm swap finished this week... But a bump for mr RR and his value swap...
'96 FZR600
-Stainless brake lines, K&N Filter Pods, R6 front calipers, R6 Front and rear Master cylinder, Factory Pro Stg 1 Jetkit, R6 Headers (TK), '08 R6 Rear shock w/ adjustable dogbones (RR), Airtech R1 kit (and all the mods that go with that), Home made 5 d ignition advance, YZF600r D&D Modified short can with R6 mid pipe, Progressive rate front suspension, YZF600r Swingarm/wheel, 520 14/45, 47, 48 Sprockets, China's rearsets, YZF600r modified undertray, Cheap battery mod so I can run lay flat glass matts, And anything else I become compulsive enough to do to her...
-FOR SALE- *sniff sniff*

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Re: Easy R6 shock upgrade

Postby reelrazor » Tue Aug 31, 2010 8:38 pm

gogofizzpow wrote:Its a good set up... mines still working well, just trying to find the right height and dampening.. going to have to do it again though after I get me swingarm swap finished this week... But a bump for mr RR and his value swap...


Thanks, man.

(my gratitude is just a cheap ploy to bump this topic ;-) daddy needs new cams.....
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Re: Easy R6 shock upgrade

Postby delvryboy » Wed Sep 01, 2010 2:02 am

Best upgrade I've ever done!

Now, I'm gonna need another shock. Some bitch ran me into a major sinkhole tonight and I busted mine in 2...oops.

I'm not sure if I'm going to get it now, or wait til spring. I'm having a major spinal surgery in a few weeks and tonight was my last ride of the season anyhow.

I haven't looked at it too close yet, so I'm not sure if the spring is usable. I had to ride home 15 blocks in first while sitting on my tank. I'll keep you updated.
'92 FZR600
Race Tech Springs & Gold Valve Emulators * '06 R6 MC & Calipers * '06 R6 Rear Shock
130 Dynojet Mains/Pods/Flo-Comander * Full Yoshi Exhaust w/ Custom Can
'06 R6 VR * Full OEM Clutch * 14/49 520 Gearing
Seca II Triple w/ Modded Sport Tour Bars * Aztec8 Dual 4" w/ 4100K Halagon lamps * LED Tail/Turn Signals * Vapor Gauges
Lots of Powder
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