• Q. I am 5.4ft, can I lower the seat height with rear shock adjustment - Apache RR 310?

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    Soumo | 1 year ago

    I have lowered the front fork by 5cm and left the rear untouched. The bike HANDLES BETTER now, has more braking power and is stable as before. I am enjoying this setup. However, the sitting position is now more committed than before, have to check on a long ride how it changes the riding comfort on long rides (min 200 kms one side is long ride)

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    Maninder | 1 year ago

    Yes, you can adjust it but it will go to more stiffer side which is little uncomfortable. Moreover it's 170kg bike, so both legs must touch the ground else it gonna be prob

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    Rahul | 1 year ago

    Yes rear monoshock can be adjusted but it will not change the seat height, it only makes the suspension soft or stiff as per your need

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