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I am now "used to" my wing and want to start to ride with "old whats her name" behind me. My question is how do I add some extra air to adjust for the increase in weight? Thanks guys! :)



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What do you have? On my 83 the rear air valve is under the ride side cover. Mine says air pressure between 0-58 PSI. If you use an air compressor make sure you keep it at a very low pressure. This is to keep from over pressurizing the shocks.



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New to the forum guys, please be gentle, lol.

I have an '85 Aspencade and it has the on-board compressor. The problem I run into is that when I adjust either the front or the rear (on the centerstand!) the pressure on the other end adjusts as well. I'm trying to not blow out my fork seals but am heavy enough (20 stone, but who's counting?) that I want more air in the rear. Also, I ride two up with the better half and don't want to bottom out the shocks hitting the majors holes in our Utah pavement.

Any suggestions are appreciated!
 

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