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Help MC19 rear suspension travel

Discussion in 'Honda 250cc In-line 4's' started by inchoate, Jul 17, 2021.

  1. inchoate

    inchoate Member Premium Member

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    I need a spec for MC19 rear suspension travel for the folks who are building my new rear shock. I've done a little poking around and I can't seem to find that particular number anywhere.

    If anyone knows or could measure the rear wheel travel I would really appreciate it.
     
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    the people who are building my new shock have the old one at the moment. If it survives I’ll can get the specs for you.
     
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    I got the length of the stock shock fully compressed and fully extended. Using that I was able to extrapolate the rear suspension travel at around 111mm give or take a little. I’ll post up real numbers when I get the new shock installed.
     

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