Main Motorcycle: '08 Moto Guzzi 1200 Sport
Join Date: May 2005
Location: Hudson, Ohio - USA
Other Motorcycle: 2012 Griso - SOLD
Extra Motorcycle: 1991 BMW R100GS
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You are about where I am Bob. In my 07 T100 I've gone from stock, to Hagon progressive, to stock Intiminators, to drilled Intiminators and I'm now back to the progressive rate Hagons.
By the way, I've found 15wt fork oil to be just right here in warm SoCal for my fat (225#) a$$.
Sorry to hear you're not having much joy with the Intiminators.
Have you tried them in conjunction with the progressive springs?
Both fitted together?
Maybe not entirely recommended in the book, but has always worked great for me!
Hi, Ventura .... think I'm going to go with the progressives and no intiminators for the rest of the season .... maybe longer! I just don't want to experiment any more with it, and, aside from being slightly stiff, I liked the Progressives a lot more than stock springs.
I'll know in a few minutes how this worked out!
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