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Hey guys, we have been looking into every direction to create affordable modifications. At the moment we have a new video giving you another look under the seat. Hopefully soon we will have some solutions to lowering your bike without lowering your bank account.
YouTube - Honda Fury rear shock setup and ride height

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We are not sure what the travel is in the shock, but we do know it has to be less then 2". With no load on the shock it measures out to be 12" and bottoming out the bike at the fender support brackets is 10". Our guess is that the shock bottoms out at 10.5". We are sending our shock to a specialist to see what everyone's options are to lower the rear end of the bike. Hopefully we will know more next week.

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We are not sure what the travel is in the shock, but we do know it has to be less then 2". With no load on the shock it measures out to be 12" and bottoming out the bike at the fender support brackets is 10". Our guess is that the shock bottoms out at 10.5". We are sending our shock to a specialist to see what everyone's options are to lower the rear end of the bike. Hopefully we will know more next week.

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Hopefully this is all being done in conjunction with wanting to put a 240 back there as well.
 

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Of course, 240 is a must, but right now it's not looking good. It seems on our bike the distance from the frame and the tire is different from left to right. Hopefully this is only our bike. The difference is about 3/16. We could easily straighten this, which we will, but is everyones frame offset?

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I think the frame offset will be pretty universal, with some minor differences. My buds and I have noticed on other hondas that being the case and not being noticeable until you start mounting fatter tires that barely fit -- then it becomes apparent.
 

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Of course, 240 is a must, but right now it's not looking good. It seems on our bike the distance from the frame and the tire is different from left to right. Hopefully this is only our bike. The difference is about 3/16. We could easily straighten this, which we will, but is everyones frame offset?

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LM...

i posted this in the other thread about lowering the rear also...i'll post it here too.

I'll buy whatever you can come up with to drop the rear at least 1.5"

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We will have a few options in the next month. We hope to have some good cost effective mods to the best of the best with air ride available.

Please email us with your interest and we will add you to our Fury Mailing list when new product and special come up.

We are all about taking care of our fellow riders and with this time and age we always try to do our best with a good price.

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