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If anyone is interested in beefing up the stock squishy rear shock on their R3, I have a brand new and never installed JRI 35Pro shock for sale. This is an awesome shock with both ride height and on the fly dampening adjustments. I decided to sell my bike before I installed this and have no use for it. I paid $600 for it in Jan but will let it go for $485 plus shipping only in the US. PM me if interested or for better pics since they are getting cropped when I upload
 

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Discussion Starter · #3 · (Edited)
170-220 with helmet and gear on.
 

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Still for sale . If anyone is interested hit me up. This shock will do wonders for your ride.
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can the weight range be adjusted?

Disregard , looked it up I am a bit light for it.

162lbs right now.
Did you weigh yourself with full gear on? I weigh about 170lbs with full leathers, boots and my helmet. This is a great deal.
 

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Dampening and ride height is adjustable. Spring weight is changed by replacing the spring with either a heavier or lighter gauge spring.
 

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Double adjustable wouldn't be availabile for this price. Would be least another $400.I didn't go the double adjustible route because was way over kill for the R3 sincei wasnt planning on track racing 100% of the time. This shock has all the same core features and build quality for a more practical price in relation to the R3. I had to keep telling myself it's an R3; not a Ducati, BMW or R1M :)
 

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Tell me if I'm wrong, but I don't think this shock as rebound or compression adjustment via screw or clicker, only ride height adjustable.
 
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