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Does anyone have any perfered setups for their ZR 900 rear suspention?I do alot of Drag racing so i need as much traction as i can get from a dead stop. So far i have tightened the front shock,let my limiter straps out,and put a 144 studs in my track. It seems to work pretty good but i wonder if i should put my rear adjuster blocks on the lowest or highest setting.What do you guys think?
 

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If you want better hole shot, go with the lowest setting (on the coupler blocks).

When you say adjuster blocks, do you mean the couplers, or the block for the rear spring? I guess the softer the rear spring, the better the transfer would be too, but I'm not sure it would make a lot of difference???
 

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You may want to look at how many stud you have. 144 sounds light to me. When I researched and installed studs on my 600 I was told by lots of people that I need 144 to prevent tear outs. With a 900 and the fact you like to drag race I would recommend you look at putting more in. Good luck. Just my $.02
 
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