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In order to make it a little easier for our readers with an affinity for chassis to find the right setup for their motorcycle, here are the click-and-clack experiences from the past years of horsepower. The data for compression damping and rebound damping are counted from the completely closed state; the specification for the spring base is based on the highest adjustable state.

02/21/2008

Aprilia & Ducati

Fork level: series
Spring base: series
Pressure level: 9 clicks
Rebound: 12 clicks Suspension strut level: standard
Spring base: series
Pressure level: 10 clicks
Rebound: 12 clicks
2007 Aprilia RSV 1000 R Factory (Landstrasse, PS 5/2007)
Fork level: series
Spring base: 11.5 turns
Pressure level: 10 clicks
Rebound: 18 clicks Suspension strut level: 5 mm higher
Spring base: 25 mm (with driver)
Pressure level: 9 clicks
Rebound: 30 clicks
2004 Ducati 749R (Sachsenring, PS 6/2004)
Fork level: series
Spring base: series
Pressure stage: 0.5 turns
Rebound stage: 6 clicks Suspension strut level: 5 mm higher
Spring base: series
Pressure stage: completely closed
Rebound: series
2007 Ducati 1098 (Sachsenring, PS 8/2007)
Fork level: stanchions flush with the upper fork bridge
Spring base: maximum minus 3 turns
Pressure stage: 2 turns
Rebound stage: 2 turns Suspension strut level: lower completely
Spring base: series
Pressure level: 12 clicks
Rebound: 12 clicks
Ducati Hypermotard 1100 S.

Suspension settings for Honda

Fork level: series
Spring base: 2 rings
Pressure stage: 0.25 turns
Rebound stage: 2 turns Suspension strut level: standard
Spring base: 3rd position
Pressure stage: completely closed
Rebound stage: 0.5 turns
2004 Honda CBR 600 RR (Sachsenring, PS 6/2004)
Fork level: series
Spring base: series
Pressure stage: 1 turn
Rebound stage: 1 turn Suspension strut level: standard
Spring base: series
Pressure level: 9 clicks
Rebound stage: 2.5 turns
2007 Honda CBR 600 RR (country road, PS 4/2007)
Fork level: series
Spring base: 8 turns
Pressure stage: 4 turns
Rebound: 4 turns Suspension strut level: standard
Spring base: 1st position
Pressure level: 4 clicks
Rebound: 4 turns
2005 Honda Fireblade (Almería, PS 3/2004)
Fork level: series
Spring base: series
Pressure stage: 1.5 turns
Rebound stage: 2 turns Suspension strut level: standard
Spring base: Completely closed
Pressure level: 12 clicks
Rebound stage: 2 turns
2007 Honda Fireblade (Country Road, PS 1/2007)
Fork level: series
Spring base: series
Pressure stage: 1 turn
Rebound stage: 2 turns Suspension strut level: standard
Spring base: series
Pressure stage: Completely closed
Rebound stage: 0.5 turns
2007 Honda Fireblade (Sachsenring, PS 8/2007)

Suspension settings for Kawasaki

Fork level: series
Spring base: 6 rings
Pressure stage: Completely open
Rebound stage: Fully open Suspension strut level: standard
Spring base: 20 mm with driver
Pressure stage: completely open
Rebound stage: completely open
2004 Kawasaki ZX-6RR (Sachsenring, PS 6/2004)
Fork level: series
Spring base: series
Pressure stage: 2 turns
Rebound stage: 2.5 turns Suspension strut level: standard
Spring base: series
Pressure stage: Completely open
Rebound: 14 clicks
2007 Kawasaki ZX-6R (country road, PS 4/2007)
Fork level: series
Spring base: series
Pressure stage: 1.5 turns
Rebound stage: 2 turns Suspension strut level: standard
Spring base: series
Pressure stage: 2 turns
Rebound: 13 clicks
2007 Kawasaki ZX-6R (Sachsenring, PS 8/2007)
Fork level: series
Spring base: 5 rings
Pressure level: 3 clicks
Rebound: 8 clicks Suspension strut level: standard
Spring base: 10 mm (with driver)
Pressure stage: 4 turns
Rebound stage: 1.5 turns
2004 Kawasaki ZX-10R (Almería, PS 3/2004)
Fork level: series
Spring base: 6 rings
Pressure level: 11 clicks
Rebound: 13 clicks Suspension strut level: standard
Spring base: 13 turns
Pressure stage: Completely open
Rebound stage: 4 turns
2006 Kawasaki ZX-10R (Valencia, PS 3/2006)
Fork level: series
Spring base: 6 rings
Pressure level: 11 clicks
Rebound: 13 clicks Suspension strut level: standard
Spring base: 13 turns
Pressure stage: Completely open
Rebound stage: 2 turns
2006 Kawasaki ZX-10R (country road, PS 4/2006)
Fork level: series
Spring base: 5 rings
Pressure level: 2 clicks
Rebound: 8 clicks Suspension strut level: standard
Spring base: 13 turns
Pressure stage: 2 turns
Rebound stage: 1 turn
2007 Kawasaki ZX-10R (Calafat, PS 4/2007)

Suspension settings for Suzuki

Fork level: series
Spring base: 3 rings
Pressure stage: 0.5 turns
Rebound stage: 1 turn Suspension strut level: standard
Spring base: 24 mm (with driver)
Pressure stage: 0.5 turns
Rebound stage: 2.75 revolutions
2004 Suzuki GSX-R 600 (Sachsenring, PS 6/2004)
Fork level: series
Spring base: series
Pressure stage: 1.75 revolutions
Rebound: 1.75 turns Suspension strut level: standard
Spring base: series
Pressure stage: 2 turns
Rebound: 1.75 turns
2007 Suzuki GSX-R 600 (country road, PS 4/2007)
Fork level: series
Spring base: series + 4 turns
Pressure level: Completely closed
Rebound stage: 1 turn Suspension strut level: standard
Spring base: series
Pressure level: High: 2 revolutions; Low: 0.5 revolutions
Rebound: Completely closed
2007 Suzuki GSX-R 750 (Sachsenring, PS 8/2007)
Fork level: series
Spring base: 4 rings
Pressure level: 8 clicks
Rebound: 4 clicks Suspension strut level: standard
Spring base: 20 mm (with driver)
Pressure level: Completely closed
Rebound: 9 clicks
2004 Suzuki GSX-R 1000 (Almería, PS 3/2004)
Fork level: series
Spring base: 3 rings
Pressure level: 4 clicks
Rebound: 8 clicks Suspension strut level: standard
Spring base: 15 mm (without driver)
Pressure level: Completely closed
Rebound stage: 4 clicks
2006 Suzuki GSX-R 1000 (Valencia, PS 3/2006)
Fork level: series
Spring base: 3 rings
Pressure level: 8 clicks
Rebound: 8 clicks Suspension strut level: standard
Spring base: 15 mm (without driver)
Pressure level: 11 clicks
Rebound stage: 4 clicks
2006 Suzuki GSX-R 1000 (country road, PS 4/2006)
Fork level: series
Spring base: 3.5 rings
Compression level: high 16 clicks, low 16 clicks
Rebound: 1 click Suspension strut level: standard
Spring base: 7 turns
Pressure level: high 2 turns; Low 16 clicks
Rebound: 1 click
2007 Suzuki GSX-R 1000 (Calafat, PS 4/2007)

Suspension settings for Triumph

Fork level: series
Spring base: series
Pressure level: 4 clicks
Rebound: 5 clicks Suspension strut level: standard
Spring base: series
Pressure stage: Completely open
Rebound: 5 clicks
2007 Triumph Daytona 675 (Landstrasse, PS 4/2007)
Fork level: series
Spring base: series
Pressure stage: 2 turns
Rebound stage: 1 turn Suspension strut level: standard
Spring base: series
Pressure stage: 1 turn
Rebound stage: 2 turns
2007 Triumph Speed ​​Triple (country road, PS 5/2007)

Suspension settings for Yamaha

Fork level: series
Spring base: 3 rings
Pressure level: 1 click
Rebound stage: 2 clicks Suspension strut level: standard
Spring base: maximum
Pressure level: 5 clicks
Rebound stage: 2 clicks
2004 Yamaha YZF-R6 (Sachsenring, PS 6/2004)
Fork level: series
Spring base: series
Compression level: high 2 turns, low 10 clicks
Rebound: 6 clicks Suspension strut level: standard
Spring base: series
Compression level: high fully open, low 20 clicks
Rebound: 9 clicks
2007 Yamaha YZF-R6 (country road, PS 4/2007)
Fork level: series
Spring base: 4 rings
Pressure level: 9 clicks
Rebound: 9 clicks Suspension strut level: standard
Spring base: maximum
Pressure level: 8 clicks
Rebound: 8 clicks
2004 Yamaha YZF-R1 (Almería, PS 3/2004)
Fork level: series
Spring base: 4 rings
Pressure level: 10 clicks
Rebound: 11 clicks Suspension strut level: standard
Spring base: series
Pressure level: 5 clicks
Rebound: 16 clicks
2006 Yamaha YZF-R1 (Valencia, PS 3/2006)
Fork level: series
Spring base: 4 rings
Pressure level: 25 clicks
Rebound: 20 clicks Suspension strut level: standard
Spring base: series
Pressure level: 11 clicks
Rebound: 16 clicks
2006 Yamaha YZF-R1 (country road, PS 4/2006)

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