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we really need a data base for std stacks?

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Everyone agree? can the mods set this up?

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Everyone say "I" IIIII!!!

Good one mog!:banana:

Suspension network = :lol:

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If its not feasible in a TT Forum format, why not start a Yahoo Group?

We could attach an Excel spreadsheet template and work from there.

If you don't want to start a new group, I have a dirt-bike-related Yahoo Group and would be happy to add whatever is needed...

:banana:

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sounds ok to me , anywhere i can access in under 30 minutes is fine :banana:

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If its not feasible in a TT Forum format, why not start a Yahoo Group?

We could attach an Excel spreadsheet template and work from there.

If you don't want to start a new group, I have a dirt-bike-related Yahoo Group and would be happy to add whatever is needed...

:lol:

must be done :banana:

how does it work? is everyone authorized to upload stacks or do you have to send it to the guy who runs the site?

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There is already a web site out there that has all of that stuff, www.valvinglogic.com. You can check stock stack configurations, rider impressions of modified stacks or post your own comments on whether you think a stack configuration is going to work or not.

Beyond rider impressions, if you need some real quantitative data Kevin has suspension hardware for most of the popular bikes and for $60 a stroke Kevin will dyno test any stack you email him.

Rider tests and dyno data – it’s all there.

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There is already a web site out there that has all of that stuff, www.valvinglogic.com. You can check stock stack configurations, rider impressions of modified stacks or post your own comments on whether you think a stack configuration is going to work or not.

Beyond rider impressions, if you need some real quantitative data Kevin has suspension hardware for most of the popular bikes and for $60 a stroke Kevin will dyno test any stack you email him.

Rider tests and dyno data – it’s all there.

That site is useless for me...click for 10 minutes and it just runs you in circles...ten get this: Level 3 access required. for details see #4

Where is # 4? :banana:

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There is already a web site ... You can check stock stack configurations, rider impressions of modified stacks or post your own comments on whether you think a stack configuration is going to work or not.

How do you access shim stack information?

I logged in, went to the "Forks" link and got this:

"Level 3 access required. for details see #4 "

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bump

no more interest???

I run a site and can upload all the data if this is what you guys want :banana:

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Sounds good to me!

Be good to see any differances between euro and U.S Bikes aswell

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Sounds good to me!

Be good to see any differances between euro and U.S Bikes aswell

depends on your input :banana:

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I have a whole bunch of after market stacks too offer if that`s fesable:ride:

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I will set up a site to view both stock and modified stacks, but need some help. Let me know if anyone is interested.

Edited by kevinstillwell

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i think we all are interested as long as its easy to navigate.

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I'm not talking about help entering stock stacks. I'm talking about help building the database. You have to have something to put the stacks in (database), some way to search for them, and then a page to view them on.

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FORKS

Base valve,

top nut,

plate.

spring.

.40 X 30

PISTON.

.10 X 32 21 QUANTITY.

.10 X 30

.10 X 28

.10 X 26

.10 X 24

.10 X 22

.10 X 20

.10 X 18

.10 X 16

.20 X 14 8 QUANTITY

1.6MM X 20 WASHER.

.20 X 12 4 QUANTITY.

MID VALVE.

Top nut.

Washer.

.20 x 12 2 QUANTITY.

.10 X 14

.10 X 16

.10 X 18

.10 X 20

.10 X 12 X-OVER I THINK, ??? ADVISE.

.10 X 20 4 QUANTITY

PISTON

.10 X 20 3 QUANTITY

.10 X 18

.10 X 16

.10 X 14

.10 X 12

.10 X 11

.30 X 11 2 QUANTITY

.30 X 17 2 QUANTITY.

Rear SHOCK

TOP NUT.

WASHER

26 X .20

27 X .30

28 X .30

30 X .30

32 X .30

34 X .30

36 X .30

38 X .30

40 X .30

25 X .10

40 X .20 X4 OF.

PISTON

44 X .25 X2 OF

44 X .20 X11 OF.

37 X .15

23 X .15

44 X .25

42 X .25

40 X .25

38 X .25

36 X .25

34 X .25

32 X .25

25 X .30

30 X .25

28 X .25

25 X .30 X2 OF

25 X .60

26 X .25

24 X .25

25 X .60

23 X .30

BASE WASHER.

44 X .30

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