Thread: JRZ RS1 shocks.
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      01-10-2012, 09:39 PM   #30
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Originally Posted by wwjd15 View Post
Well, that's why we are always talking about suspension set up. It depends on how you play with shocks, springs, etc. Also, there are good set up, bad set up, and ugly set up. For shocks like Moton, they can go wrong with just a click or two.




I had JRZ RS on Cayman, which had me to send out for rebuild twice in the first year due to leaking. I wasn't liking them much.

I have been running JRZ RS Pro on my GTR for 2.5 years. I love them. Never had any problem. A bit more expensive than RS, but you get a whole lot more adjustment.

Someone has mentioned above that 1 way adjust shock is easier. That's true. If you don't have support, then RS1 will be a better choice. For JRZ, every click makes difference, you don't really want to mess up with them.
I understand, however, Moton CS in any setting, soft or hard, is far more firm than the stock M3 in MDM mode.

The spring rates are pretty high in comparison to stock, suspension travel is less and the dampers are very fast.

You must simply be used to your Moton setup.
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