nc35 ground clearance issues

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bozz1974
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nc35 ground clearance issues

Post by bozz1974 » Mon Aug 05, 2019 8:59 pm

As per the title really, the belly pan on my race bike is grounding, the bike is fitted with a non standard Penske rear shock and also the Rick O ride height adjuster.

I know Mike Norman is currently running a batch of adjustable links I just wondered if there was another option.

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Re: nc35 ground clearance issues

Post by magg » Tue Aug 06, 2019 11:57 am

Grounding how, while riding or standing? You changed from OEM shock to Penske or bike came with Penske?

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Re: nc35 ground clearance issues

Post by gavins » Tue Aug 06, 2019 12:25 pm

Presumably you're running a fiberglass race fairing so it may just be that it's fitted a bit low or bulging out if you're not using the lower mount bracket? Deciding factor is usually exaust clearance so it may be you can move it up a bit?

Is it grounding out at the front under braking or the side while cornering? How far through the yokes are the forks dropped?


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