Any update on the Interceptor, Marmite? Is it back together? Is the new suspension dialled in?
All just growing pains to get where you want her to be, Marmite.Well...
I was getting used to it as it settled, but the saddle was a bit hard so I took it back to get some gel pads added under the leather.
I had also noticed some powdercoat coming off one of the wheel rims, so that needed doing too.
I went to collect her last week and the rear indicators were lose, had two mild steel, rusty washers added and the powdercoat on the tail unit was scratched up. I told them to fix it properly.
Here we go...
Any progress on the suspension, Marmite? It is the one area I want to improve (well, the main area I want to improve...).At least it made me take out the FJR last week after neglecting her for a few months. Took a while to get used to the bonkers power, especially as I was still half asleep.
Any progress on the suspension, Marmite? It is the one area I want to improve (well, the main area I want to improve...).
Both YSS and Ohlins have cartridge front Forks and shocks available here for them to my knowledge? I would never call Ohlins a waste of Money and they aren't so expensive now they have a Factory in Thailand.What brand shocks did u fit ?? did you do any fork mods
In UK IKON and M Shock Factory seem best for the Enfield unless one waste lots of money on Ohlins
I’m hankering for YSS both ends. I’m finding myself “floating like a butterfly” over bumps and potholes, so that I don’t get “stung by a bee” [apologies to Mr Ali]. The stock suspension ain’t what it should be.