Less than the cost of the OEM.....
Nah, that's a legitimate concern.It worries me that they don't show it mounted to the bike. Just curious about interference with that reservoir.
Yeah, I know, I'm a fear monger... >
I've asked them about a lowering shock that would fit the R3, too. Their shocks come in many lengths...It would also be interesting to find out if the end could be removed and the rod cut down and rethreaded for people that are looking to lower the bike instead of using that rinky dink shock that they are using now.
And get the remote reservoir version with compression and rebound adjustment.
pre load adjustable only. Likely to be superior to the stock shock.
YSS is actually a Thai company, started in 1988. They build high end shocks (at reasonable prices because of their location) and are highly respected globally.No dampening adjustment, chances of china getting it right are eleventy billion to one.
Standard would be better.
Change for change sake on bikes rarely works better than OEM.
How much is the TRCL?YSS has 2 'proper' R3 applications. Use those instead. MZ366-275TRL-12 and -275TRCL.
TUV handling their certification is nothing to scoff at... I've spent a good bit of time arguing with TUV over the years.. they're very... 'dtailed'.. folks.Since 2001 they've had QS 9000 and ISO 9002 Certification from TÜV Rhineland / Berlin Brandenburg in Germany.
To me ISO9001 means nothing - all it proves is that the recipient has reliable documentation and a verifiable and repeatable process to produce utter junk, or maybe fantastic stuff. It has no bearing on the quality of the output and indeed that isn't even part of the evaluation.