Well, Brent, I bought a new Stryker Feb 15 and I love it. The dealer wasn't too helpful on how to adjust the rear shock. I would like to soften it and he said that he would have to remove the rear wheel. After looking it over, that doesn't appear that it would help. I can get the wrench up there behind the wheel but it feels like it is gonna take some pressure. Will jacking it up to take pressure off the shock help? Any other suggestions? I am 170 lbs and I think a couple notches softer would smooth out some of the bumps. I assume it is probably set somewhere near the middle but you can't see the setting. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Lee
Hay guys, just got myself my very first stryker. 2016. Matt grey with red.
Really want to get a fairing for it but cannot seem to get my hands on one. I have been looking for a while but can't find the original bullet cowel.
Or any good ideas for a idea that looks good.
I live in...
I just picked up a 2015 Bullet Cowl that had some extensive modifications done to it previously. I'm looking forward to making it my own. Right now the exhaust is a bit too extreme for me. It's straight piped now and the dump location is right where my leg wants to rest when I put my foot down...
I bought this as a retirement gift to myself. next year will be my 50 holding a MC licence. I had a Virago and other yamahas. I have owned a HD Heritage Classic since 91. I wanted more torque and more HP.
I would like comments on (mini) Apes
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