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Suspension

Your front and rear suspension systems
use springs and hydraulic damping devices
that suspend your weight and most of the
weight of your motorcycle.
The spring pre-load for your rear
suspension system adjusts the amount of
force required to begin compression of the
spring.
The oil damper systems hydraulically
control the natural compression and
rebound of the suspension springs so that
traction and comfort are maintained as the
wheels ride over road surfaces.
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Servicing Your Honda
Consider adjusting your rear suspension
pre-load whenever you change your
normal load, when adding or subtracting a
passenger, cargo, or accessories, or when
the road or riding conditions change.
The way you ride your motorcycle and the
type of ride you want to experience can
also influence your suspension needs.
Lower spring pre-load provides a softer
ride and is usually preferred for light loads
and smooth roads. Higher spring pre-load
provides a firmer ride and is
recommended for heavy loads, rough road
conditions, and faster, more challenging
riding.

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