Topic: Supermoto Suspension Set-up Shop Recommendation?  (Read 1071 times)

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Hey guys,

I just picked up an 06 Husky SM610. The previous owner setup the suspension for his weight which is about 40 lbs than mine. Anyone have any recommendations where I could bring it to get it setup for mine or a bit closer? I'm not looking to remove and replace any components, just to adjust the stock settings.

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Re: Supermoto Suspension Set-up Shop Recommendation?
« Reply #1 on: 06/08/15 03:49PM »
I'd give Andy at Cyclemall.net a call.  Not sure if he retained Catalyst Reaction's staff, but he knows his stuff.

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Re: Supermoto Suspension Set-up Shop Recommendation?
« Reply #2 on: 06/09/15 02:19PM »
just bring it out to one of the local tracks and ask around. we all help each other out. before you change anything, ride it and determine what deficiencies you wish to correct.

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Re: Supermoto Suspension Set-up Shop Recommendation?
« Reply #3 on: 06/09/15 02:42PM »
See Nick at ProValve in Costa mesa.  He was one of the first in the sumo game and he still is one of the best suspension guys in so cal.

Offline hansking12

Re: Supermoto Suspension Set-up Shop Recommendation?
« Reply #4 on: 06/09/15 02:51PM »
It's close to 10 yo bike. You're better off saving your money to address other issues of which there will be some. Just IMHO. But what do I know?

Offline jamesz3

Re: Supermoto Suspension Set-up Shop Recommendation?
« Reply #5 on: 06/09/15 04:15PM »
I'd give Andy at Cyclemall.net a call.  Not sure if he retained Catalyst Reaction's staff, but he knows his stuff.

Ride on,

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Cyclemall closed shop.  Andy @ AP Motoarts I guess joined forces with Tige Daane, but I think Tige recently moved out of state.

AP Motoarts is still there I think in Anaheim (where Cyclemall and Flash-tune is)

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Re: Supermoto Suspension Set-up Shop Recommendation?
« Reply #6 on: 06/09/15 05:23PM »
Cyclemall closed shop.  Andy @ AP Motoarts I guess joined forces with Tige Daane, but I think Tige recently moved out of state.

AP Motoarts is still there I think in Anaheim (where Cyclemall and Flash-tune is)

Yes, Andy bought Tige out and then Tige moved back to N.C.  Cyclemall is still in Anaheim.

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