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Sweet shock, I use a YSS on my dirtbike and they are great quality for the money. Does that shock have adjustable high and low speed compression also or just rebound?

It has preload, height, and rebound. No compression on this one. You can spend a few bucks more and get one with compression, but then you are starting to inch into Ohlins/Penske territory.
 

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Yeah I saw a guy on ebay selling the TSS G-Sport shock for $240 shipped from Thailand. I was going to order one but he never really answered any of my questions because I dont think he spoke much english. The YSS shock I have is excellent and the fit and finish is perfect. Very nice stuff. I think my next upgrade will be emulators for the forks. I wish there was an easy way to upgrade to bigger diameter forks on the 300. I notice a lot of flex in my forks and the front just does weird things under hard braking lol
that is who I got it from. eBay. He answered my question regarding spring weight. I figured, for ~$250, if it’s crap, I can always revalve and respring on my own and not be out much. If you buy from YSS direct, they have em with compression also, but at 2x price.

im not racing, just having fun at the track and the occasional street ride.

this and the racetek springs, gve, eBay fork preloads, I am under $500 and it’s miles better than stock at my weight and ride style.
 

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Off topic but I heard that Kawasaki will be selling a Zx4-R in the USA in 2023. An inline 4 cylinder 400 that revs to the moon. I need one for sure. I wish we could get the Zx25-R over here, the sounds those bikes make is music haha
yeah, those 4rs look to be the bike to have. But it will probably be like $3k more than a 400. Put it right between a 400 and a 6r. Basically at the 650 price point.
 
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