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hello guys .

i've noticed that my 2016 is a bit lower than my brother's 2015 .
the rear spring i guess is different . (will measure it tomorrow and measure it's gauge).

both motorcycle are set on the same adjuster location . only two spots left to lower it more . and it's hard to even get it lowered without a spring clamp as it's really stiff and locking the adjuster nut .

any ways .
here's a photo to show you that the 2016 is lower . dunno , but is it ?

that photo is not perfect , but it's noticeable when parked next to each other . around a couple of cm .

Photo by Sindako
 

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You need measure if you can.

Set the suspension to the stock settings, and measure.

Top triple clamp to ground, and for instance shock top mount to ground.

can you do that?

btw, both bikes are stock, and bought new?
 

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hello guys .



both motorcycle are set on the same adjuster location . only two spots left to lower it more . and it's hard to even get it lowered without a spring clamp as it's really stiff and locking the adjuster nut .



Photo by Sindako
When adjusting the spring pre-load, have someone lift the rear of the bike using the under seat grab rails while turning the 'C' spanner. This takes the weight/pressure off the spring making it much easier.
 

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You need measure if you can.

Set the suspension to the stock settings, and measure.

Top triple clamp to ground, and for instance shock top mount to ground.

can you do that?

btw, both bikes are stock, and bought new?
will measure them tomorrow mate .
and Yes both bikes are stock . approved From Ducati main distributor in Jordan .
 
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