I got a screw in the front OEM Bridgestone and wanted to replace as a set so picked up the Q3's. Have seen some mention these coming apart a bit (can't remember if it was 3N or Bry?) but no issues for me (knock on wood). I've only had them on the street so far but no complaints at all. If they're still in good shape in the spring, I'll probably do a trackday on them.nice man! im looking to put some Q3s and vortex rearsets on mine eventually. how do you like the Q3s, and were you just on the stock wheels before that? also, where did you get your plastics?
The shock is JRi. I had Penske on my SV racebike and didn't know much about JRi but was recommended by a racer friend.
JRi Shocks is pleased to introduce the newest member of our sport bike line up. The STREET FIGHTER SHOCK is our solution to small but critical variances in design between different manufacturers. By changing only the clevice, the STREET FIGHTER SHOCK will work with virtually ALL late model sport bikes. One shock. Over 30 different machines.
Key Features Include:
■Ride height adjustment
■Rebound and compression adjustment
■Spring preload adjustment
■Sprung for your weight and bike
■Fits all late model sport bikes