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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 09-26-2014, 07:42 AM Thread Starter
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Front and Rear Air Suspension

Who has both, how you like it, do they both perform well together for touring and what brand or model you have? Thanks.


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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 09-26-2014, 08:13 AM
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Q, I have the Monroes out back and air over oil. No pistons or springs up front. It rides alot better than it did when I had the Bimba cylinders with springs. I run thefront at 70-80 psi. No issues so far. Should be pushing 1000 miles on the air over oil this weekend. Best part about the front is it only cost about $40. Just new seals and a quart of heavy oil.

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Subscribing to this one. I have the Monroes in the back too. It would be cool to see what I can do to the front end

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Torqu, do you still have a gauge molded in your tank dash? If so, what is it for..


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I've got the dual air gauge in the upper gauge hole. It's actually pretty cheap and has worked pretty well. It's a Glowshift gauge.

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If i could've found a digtal gauge set that illuminated in yellow or amber i wouldve got it. The blackout gauge look is nice..


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Torqu, do you still have a gauge molded in your tank dash? If so, what is it for..
No Q, I don't have anything molded into the console. But you may have started a winter mod.

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My bad. I saw someone with a setup like yours with that mod.. it was nicely made. It was molded in the stock dash.


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