Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Mount Vernon, WA, USA
Re: Telelever harshness
Just to counter balance the promo for Ted's shock service, I have had the opposite experience with the fellow in the shop (not Ted). You have to be very specific, no ride height change etc. It is good to hear they work on ESA shocks. Last I heard they only did GS bike shocks with ESA set up. Lindemann Engineering in California or EPM in New Jersey are possibilities. But again you really have to talk with them as to exactly what you want. And tell them you are not a sport rider. I will refrain from my long, multiple conversations with Ted's guy. Although an friend with the exact same bike as mine and the same results I had, insisted to Ted Porter to re do his just completed shock and they did. The shock guy (Jeff) would not take them back for a re work. I totally agree good shocks are just about the best thing you can do for a motorcycle. If you can get a set of ESA shocks from a bike salvage that have less than 15,000 miles on them you may get an additional 30. But don't rush into anything, make phone calls and feel things out.
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K13S, S1000R (gone through a few GS's & RT's)