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Forgive the question but I'm having a bit of a senior moment I think 🤔Rear shock travel is 102mm or just over 4", so to achieve 30% static sag the shock needs to compress 30.6mm. Simple so far, but...The shock is mounted at an angle, so the rear wheel travel is not 102mm? So, measuring sag to the rear spindle means nothing unless someone knows what the rear wheel travel is.A long shot I know but does anyone know the rear wheel travel on a V85tt please?TIA, Sye
Rear Travel (in/mm) 6.7 / 170Found on https://www.motorcycle.com/specs/moto-guzzi/touring/2020/v85/tt-adventure/detail.html
Frame and suspensionsFRAMESpecification Desc./QuantityType High strength steel tubeSteering rake 25.7įTrail 128.3 mm (5.05 in)SUSPENSIONSSpecification Desc./QuantityFront hydraulic telescopic fork diam. 41 mm (1.61 in)Stroke 168 mm (6.61 in)Rear Swingarm in die-cast light alloy with 1 shock absorber with adjustable spring pre-load and rebound damping.Stroke 102 mm (4.02 in)This is from the on line shop book. I think it's wrong! I set mine at 2" but it took 7-10000 miles to get that much.
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