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Ducati 848 EVO Project Bike Parts Install - Part 2 | Neale Bayly | SpeedTV.com

Ducati 848 EVO Project Bike Parts Install - Part 2 | Neale Bayly | SpeedTV.com | Ductalk: What's Up In The World Of Ducati | Scoop.it
So with a big box full of goodies from Ducati, I aimed the trusty rusty four-door south and headed for Fast Frank Shockley’s workshop.


So with a big box full of goodies from Ducati, I aimed the trusty rusty four-door south and headed for Fast Frank Shockley’s workshop. For those who don’t know Frank, he has built, tuned, and raced his air-cooled Ducatis to a couple of Moto ST championships in recent years, and he now builds, tunes, and fabricates parts for racers who want to go fast. He is still an active racer and certainly lives up to his name. Rolling the bike up on the lift, our first order of operation was to take a look at the suspension. As we prepared, Frank told me a lot of people jack the back end of the 848s to help them turn faster, so it was no surprise that he found the rear ride-height adjuster wound all the way out. Lowering the adjuster, he then put it back to a more neutral setting. The idea behind this was that I should just try it like this before we started making any major changes to the suspension, and when we did, we should do it trackside.


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