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Nitron Shocks

Started by Lord Danoir the first, February 05, 2016, 02:53:28 pm

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Carbon_ZX6R

I did! Thanks millhouse its a fantastic shock for the money
2004 ZX-6R B1H    
- Full Akra Titanium System                
- Gilles rear sets                     
- R&G Crash Bungs
- Hyperpro Rsc Damper
- Many other mods

Lord Danoir the first

Still confused..... did you mean won't want, or did you use your pigeon English, saying "YOU WANT"...... like some demented cave man?

You know what?...... forget it, I don't care, they're optional on new Lotus' so they're good enough for me.

fanks

David W

Numberone bike shock belonga Dan.
Much back end fastness.
Shiny.

mc101

Quote from: Lord Danoir the first on February 05, 2016, 02:53:28 pm
What's the good word people?

I can get a brand spanking bad boy for my MV with a remote hydraulic preload adjuster for £600 as opposed to over double that for an Ohlins.

Other recommendations welcomed of course.


Hmmm... I'd not you can do alot better. Speak to Darren Wnukowski at MCT.  He'll give you the low down ..
2015: NLR HT1 Endurance (1st)
2014: ACU National Endurance 1000 (2nd)

Lord Danoir the first

Quote from: David W on February 08, 2016, 09:19:47 am
Numberone bike shock belonga Dan.
Much back end fastness.
Shiny.


genuinely giggling like a girl here

Lord Danoir the first

Quote from: mc101 on February 08, 2016, 09:21:58 am
Speak to Darren Wnukowski at MCT.  He'll give you the low down ..


I bloody well will 'n all...... you see if I don't.....

If he suggests that I spunk £1,500 on an Ohlins....... you're going down.

MOzZereLLa

Significantly faster than you.....

Alzo

The fact that Maxton talk to you and tailor the shock to your needs is a winner. Grumpy off the site has the Maxton treatment on his B1 and it feels sublime.

Lord Danoir the first

And they're local to me...... I know Maxton, between them and KAIS, they prep'd every race bike and track bike I had.

In all honesty, for the few times I'll be using the blighter and the pace at which I run nowadays, pretty much any shock set up for my weight will do the job.

And considering the rest of the time, the bike is sat in the garage looking great...... there is really only one option.

Ohlins it is.

Alzo


GRUMPY

Maxton would be my recommendation.  :moto:

Carbon_ZX6R

Hurry up and just buy the thing
2004 ZX-6R B1H    
- Full Akra Titanium System                
- Gilles rear sets                     
- R&G Crash Bungs
- Hyperpro Rsc Damper
- Many other mods

Lord Danoir the first

Quote from: Carbon_ZX6R on February 16, 2016, 06:09:29 am
Hurry up and just buy the thing


I think I made my position clear 8 fookin days ago.

It's done already!!!

Now I've got to figure a way of sneaking a new set of forks past the gaffer:

MOzZereLLa

Easy. Point and shout "bloody hell, it's MOz naked!" She'll turn drooling giving you enough time to sneak fork shaped box into garage.
Significantly faster than you.....

Lord Danoir the first

Quote from: The Wizard of MOz on February 16, 2016, 09:50:49 am
Easy. Point and shout "bloody hell, it's MOz naked!" She'll turn drooling giving you enough time to sneak fork shaped box into garage.


How do you think I managed the MV in the first place?...... she won't fall for that twice.....

You'll have to do a personal appearance for this, stud.