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Old 03-01-2010, 03:07 AM   #61
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In for the re-valve list.
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In for revalving old shocks. How soon can we get this done though? Took mine off tonight and want to send them in ASAP. If this doesn't happen soon enough I may have to do it outside of this GB.
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In for revalving old shocks. How soon can we get this done though? Took mine off tonight and want to send them in ASAP. If this doesn't happen soon enough I may have to do it outside of this GB.
can you wait two weeks? I hoping we have enough peoples sooner than that.
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In for the re-valve list.
shocks + revalve or ravalving old shocks?
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In for stock-spring revalve for my daily. Did anyone post a price for this service yet? Iphone surfing is fail/aids.
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new shocks plus custom revalve is $700

custom revalve old shocks $80/shock

Dyno graphs for each shock ARE provided.
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How long will it take for 4 new, custom-valved shocks?
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Old 03-02-2010, 10:38 AM   #68
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How long will it take for 4 new, custom-valved shocks?
I just sent an email requesting this info.
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Old 03-02-2010, 12:28 PM   #69
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"It will depend on how many come in at once. Typical turnaround will be 2-3 days. On the larger orders, 5-7 working days."
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Damn I wish this was happening in a month or 2....
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Damn I wish this was happening in a month or 2....
Just do it, what's two months. Strike while the iron is hot!
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Old 03-02-2010, 10:39 PM   #72
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I'm 80% sure I'm in for the revalve for my used shocks. I'm buying a Truiumph TR6 this week and my company is late on our commision checks by like 2 months.

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In for stock-spring revalve for my daily. Did anyone post a price for this service yet? Iphone surfing is fail/aids.
Your wasting your money keeping those stock springs, do a diy coilover with higher rates for $150, with a custom revalve on say 400/250 it will ride like a caddy and handle to boot...
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Old 03-02-2010, 10:52 PM   #73
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Your wasting your money keeping those stock springs, do a diy coilover with higher rates for $150, with a custom revalve on say 400/250 it will ride like a caddy and handle to boot...
This Afroham.
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Hi djp0623,

You have PM. Am in provisionally depending on the answers to my queries, thanks!
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I'm 80% sure I'm in for the revalve for my used shocks. I'm buying a Truiumph TR6 this week and my company is late on our commision checks by like 2 months.



Your wasting your money keeping those stock springs, do a diy coilover with higher rates for $150, with a custom revalve on say 400/250 it will ride like a caddy and handle to boot...
I'll put you down as tentative so I can keep track
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is it safe to assume that if i get mine revalved for 450f, 300r they will be good for +/-100f and +/- 50r? (similar to FCM claims) That would allow me to be able to play with spring rates till i found something i liked, and use my FM springs as a starting point.

If this is true, count me in. If not, i need to learn more about suspension before i commit to anything.
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Take me off the list please. I may get back in but right now my tax return is going to the student loan fund.

Sorry for the delay. I may get back in on this depending upon the size of my return.
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is it safe to assume that if i get mine revalved for 450f, 300r they will be good for +/-100f and +/- 50r? (similar to FCM claims) That would allow me to be able to play with spring rates till i found something i liked, and use my FM springs as a starting point.

If this is true, count me in. If not, i need to learn more about suspension before i commit to anything.
Give him a call real quick, and I'll send him an email.
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Take me off the list please. I may get back in but right now my tax return is going to the student loan fund.

Sorry for the delay. I may get back in on this depending upon the size of my return.
damn hustler, you could have made ten.
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is it safe to assume that if i get mine revalved for 450f, 300r they will be good for +/-100f and +/- 50r? (similar to FCM claims) That would allow me to be able to play with spring rates till i found something i liked, and use my FM springs as a starting point.

If this is true, count me in. If not, i need to learn more about suspension before i commit to anything.
The answer to your question is YES. I will put you down as firm.
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