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Finally a rear shock option for Honda XR CRF100

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I got the 650 lbs. spring. 
Would you mind posting a photo of your reservoir line routing?

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I guess they expect a airbox delete for the instructions to be relevant.

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TB why on earth did you not spec this shock to be the proper length? It will be a big problem for alot of peeps...

Not sure what the deal is with no instructions for oem airbox...but this is how i ended up routing it:
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It would be nice if a clamp was included for the reservoir.  

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Such a nice looking bike socalxr.

I put the compression 1 click from full hard and rebound 4 clicks slower than factory setting.

Instantly noticed its a better setup than oem shock/bbr spring. Yes its softer but the valving makes up for it.

The preload ring does not turn more 1/4 turn. Might go more but its taking too much pressure.

Cant wait for it to warmup a little and put some real time on it!

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After 3 hours of ride time, i can say its a great upgrade vs oem shock/bbr spring.

The best improvement is damping. Both rebound and compression.

I was a little concerned about the reservoir line routing getting binded and/or the reservoir line rubbing. Have not had any issues so far.

Ill report back regarding durability after some hard rides.

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