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Hey all - hope all is well. Ok, so I finally have started tracking my 2019 V4S. Its a wonderful machine. I've been riding for 30 years but just started getting into track the last few years. Been learning with the California Superbike school on their S1000RR'S. I was excited to track my V4S, and it went well as a tall guy (6ft) and a heavier chap (190 pounds) is fits me well. BUT, there are definitely issues with the front end compared to the BMW. I have spent time with Dave Moss (the tuning guru here in the US) and he agrees, as do others. So, I've moved away from dynamic suspension settings, and now have fixed setting in the DES menu. Dave gave me some great advice and helped me dial in those DES settings. Moved to fixed with his settings makes a huge different. Of course I still needed to manually click the sag etc into place for my weight, but wow, its so much better. The next thing that Dave has suggested is upgrading the suspension valves, and for oil. I plan to do that over the winter to get ready for track season. Am I the only one? Keen to hear thoughts. I can share a video of my settings too if folks want. Its not high production quality though :)
 

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Hey all - hope all is well. Ok, so I finally have started tracking my 2019 V4S. Its a wonderful machine. I've been riding for 30 years but just started getting into track the last few years. Been learning with the California Superbike school on their S1000RR'S. I was excited to track my V4S, and it went well as a tall guy (6ft) and a heavier chap (190 pounds) is fits me well. BUT, there are definitely issues with the front end compared to the BMW. I have spent time with Dave Moss (the tuning guru here in the US) and he agrees, as do others. So, I've moved away from dynamic suspension settings, and now have fixed setting in the DES menu. Dave gave me some great advice and helped me dial in those DES settings. Moved to fixed with his settings makes a huge different. Of course I still needed to manually click the sag etc into place for my weight, but wow, its so much better. The next thing that Dave has suggested is upgrading the suspension valves, and for oil. I plan to do that over the winter to get ready for track season. Am I the only one? Keen to hear thoughts. I can share a video of my settings too if folks want. Its not high production quality though :)
hi, yes, a video would be great to convert to fixed Setting.
I also would like To know the oem race dynamic setting figures too!
 
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