Yes, I'll be receiving my suspension in two days, Wednesday. Then it's going to rain Thursday and Friday, which is good because it will clean the roads of remaining salt. The problem is, my lawn is soggy from the snow melt and I have to cross it from my shed which leaves big muddy groves and foot prints plus I nearly drop my bikes every time. Talk about a kid waiting for Santa to bring him toys, that's me.
I weight 185 lbs. Daugherty used .95 springs and a 700 lb/in spring for the shock.
He revalved the fork and the shock. Then he used a dyno to preset my suspension settings for my riding conditions, which I told him no track days just back road bombing. He told me not to touch the settings for the first few rides. (He did this on my other bike and I never had to touch them).
Pretty much all he asks when you initially talk to him over the phone is..how much you weigh and are you racing on the track. Then he says "so you won't be coming off a 100+ mph straight hard braking into a corner?" I told him, no. Then he says, ok, I know what you need. Easy.
The total cost shipped back is $655. I had to pay shipping to him. So total cost was slightly under 700.
I'll post up my riding impression when I get to ride. Hopefully Sunday.