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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-28-2019, 07:50 PM Thread Starter
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Installed Legends Revo A

So I got my legends today. I was surprised at the physical difference between the stock 19 shocks and these. The Legends are pretty beefy and you can feel the quality in hand. After a quick install, I had to set the Sagg. I'm 245lbs and the Sagg was exactly the reccomended 1" for me by default. As soon as I sat on the bike I felt the cushion and bounce. Took it for a quick ride due to bad weather. It really is like a completely diff bike. Soaks up the bumps but still feels "tight" if that makes sense. Tomorrow I will get to put some real miles on it. I've had progressives in the past, these are pretty impressive so far. And a plus is I can sneak my arm in between the bag and exhaust to change the preload without bag removal.
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-28-2019, 10:21 PM
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I put the 13” Revo A’s on my 19 RGS earlier this month and they have exceeded my high expectations. After setting the sag I left the rebound set on 3. It was great on my local roads. Last week, out of curiosity, I set it on 2. It is a bit softer but without losing the ability to “feel” the road surface....if that makes sense. I can see this setting if you have to grind out some miles on the slab. I think I need to head up to the Fontana Dam, NC area soon in order to properly evaluate 4. 😁 Like you I love the ease of adjusting them.

This morning while the temps were enjoyable I went out for 50 miles of country road riding. When I got back home it occurred to me that I hadn’t thought about, or noticed, the suspension one time during the entire ride. I guess that pretty much says it all. I also think that any of the top tier of shocks would deliver the same customer satisfaction. If you “notice” your OEM suspension every time you ride upgrading to some quality shocks is IMHO some of the best money you can spend.
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