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Motorcycle Air Ride Suspension
Our Rear Air Ride Suspension allows you choose your ride height. With an air shock you will eliminate your stock steel spring with a 16 position shock absorber with rebound control giving you a much smoother ride when needed. All kits come complete with wiring and full installation instructions. Our air ride shock absorber comes in a polished or chrome shows quality finish. We have designed our fully adjustable air ride to fit any GSXR 600-750-1000/Hayabusa 1300/Kawasaki Ninja-ZX1400-ZX10/CBR 1000RR/600RR/Yamaha R6-R1 model street bikes.
Installation Diagram Picture
Installation Instructions: (1) Safely secure motorcycle on lift. (2) Remove seat and lift gas tank in upright position. (3) Use a jack to put some pressure on swingarm towards shock and remove OEM shock absorber. (4) Bolt-on new air shock using stock hardware. (5) Install elbow fittings and the 1/4" nylon tubing to new shock, route airlines to storage compartment "under passenger seat" and secure lines. (6) Blue dot on control valve goes to compressor. (7) Red dot on control valve goes to red dot on air shock. (8) Yellow dot on the control valve goes to the yellow dot on air shock. (9) Install switch harness to the left or right side of the bike (your preference) 2 -1/4" block with 1" centers holes. Draw pattern out and use cross hairs to represent where to drill for center of circle. (10) Connect switch harness to the control valve. (11) Connect Red wire with 1/4" loop from valve to aux. on circuit breaker. (12) Connect circuit breaker battery to battery positive +. (13) Connect compressor red wire with bullet connector to female bullet connector on control valve. (14) Connect both black ground wires (compressor & control valve). (15) The longer switch on harness controls up and dumps. (16) The short switch on harness controls rebound & release. (17) Left bike with longer switch (check for air leaks). (18) Adjust ride height with short switch (check for air leaks). (19) Done!
When fully lowing bike, make sure bike is on a flat surface. If on a hill, make sure kick stand is down before slamming the bike.
Make sure switches are at center (off) position, so you don't use up your battery.
Trouble Shooting: (1) Switches not working (fuse, ground wire, positive wire, or loose wire). (2) Bike lowering while riding
(bad fitting connection to air line or kinked, twisted airline).