I just pulled my shock for the 1st time and just noticed the shock uses a needle valve to recharge the shock with nitrogen. I was presed for time, so I had my GF's son take the shock to a local shop for service (I would have done it myself if it was a shrader type valve), So I really have no idea what's inside it. I'm assuming a standard bladder, and I'm assuming there are other motorcycles that use the same housing, but with a cap that has the shrader valve. That being said, anyone have any ideas to convert it to the shrader valve type for future services? Anyone see any cons to doing this? Seems like there is more than ample room for the valvle to fit. If I want to just do a standard nitrogen recharge, it looks like it would be pretty straight forward with the shrader valve being a lot more accessible than the needle valve.