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Post  fender on Thu 28 Aug - 9:43

I am still quite new to the T80 but have done much more riding on it this summer and even came off once in the wet (luckily at a very low speed and managed not to break anything!).

I find the centre of gravity a bit too high for me as I am tall. Can the rear shock absorbers be lowered right down? A lot of people talk about better handling with aftermarket shock absorbers; do they improve handling much?

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