Danny Swayze

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About Danny Swayze

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  1. It rides ok. I'm used to road bikes. So, up until my friends' bike.... I'm hoping its low nitrogen and possibly undersprung. I was planning on doing the rear shock next fall
  2. Bump. Anyone have any other thoughts?
  3. Thank you.
  4. Thanks! If I check it myself, since the bladder is so small, I'll probably release more pressure by checking it... correct?
  5. Disclaimer: I am not a forum noob. I know how the search function works. Hear me out please. The bike: 2007 DRZ400S Owned for one and a half years. The Problem: I have recently sat upon two other DRZ400's. Their suspension was firm but plush. Nothing like mine. When I sit on the bike, or even push on the seat, the rear shock moves very easily. As if there is no dampening. I have adjusted the Low speed AND high speed clickers. All the way out, and All the way in. There is very little to no difference. I have not noticed any oil on the bottom of the shock. No apparent leaks. (Although I have only owned the bike for 1.5 years, and the suspension has been this way since I bought it) Sag is not set exactly, but ballparked for my weight. So, what is wrong? I don't have enough experience with shocks to know if there isn't enough oil, or the nitrogen has leaked out. Here is a video of my problem. http://youtu.be/A-bKclkolhk?list=UUPcK48djL03X20QMGfD6w5Q Thanks for your input.
    These are handsavers!! Your hand slides right off the handlebar in a crash (Believe me!)
    They work??
    They're straight... even tho my riding style should dictate otherwise
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    It is the third DRZ I have ridden, only the first one owned. Great trail bike, daily rip around town. Suffers on single track, but I think that makes you a better rider trying to lug around a 300# + bike on skinny trails. <br /><br />I love my bike, but as long as there's two (or one) wheel under me, I'm happy!
    It is the third DRZ I have ridden, only the first one owned. Great trail bike, daily rip around town. Suffers on single track, but I think that makes you a better rider trying to lug around a 300# + bike on skinny trails. <br /><br />I love my bike, but as long as there's two (or one) wheel under me, I'm happy!