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post #1 of 21 Old 01-27-2018, 02:59 PM Thread Starter
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Custom Hagon 2810 Rear Shocks Installed

Took less than 3 weeks from order to in my hands. Built to my specs. These are a bit over 1" longer eye to eye (15.125") than the OEM units. You will have to adjust your belt as it is too slack once these are installed. That will be taken care of when the Dunlops are installed.

And the last pic........I am working with Moroso on plug wires. Working on fitment and build. Super secret squirrel stuff and all.
















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Just got done reinstalling the wheels with the Dunlop Q3+'s, EBC brake pads and the fork legs after having Ohlins cartridges installed. 'Bout the only thing left I want to do, besides ride the wheels off this thing, is a full exhaust.......if any of the main stream manufacturers buck up and offer one I like.

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Oh, and snake oil or not, I added some Royal Purple "Purple Ice" to the cooling system.

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Wow, that certainly looks the biz. Old Alf Hagon sorted you out eh? Are the shocks from a US dealer, or did you get them sent over from the UK?

Oh, and Scooter, I take it that you and V&H sorted out your fuelling problems, how did that go?
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The US supplier has been closed. These can only be sourced directly from Hagon in the UK.

V&H's is still sorting out the rev limiter but the idle control is working. I have not ridden since the initial issue. Between the winter weather and my back issues it will be a few weeks at least until I get out on the road to see how all the parts work.

I honestly was pretty happy with all the OEM goods but I can't leave anything alone. Gotta make it my own.

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Went for a ride today. Had to start breaking in the new Dunlops and bed in the EBC brake pads. While I couldn't push the bike like I normally do because of scrubbing in the new tires I can say the Hagon shocks are fabulous!!!! The added length puts a bit more pressure on the front end and it now gives all kinds of feedback. That might be from the Dunlop Q3+'s as well. So, it seems I have made some very good choices between tires, brake pads and suspension.

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Dear Scooter,

Thank you for giving us the news of your latest ride.

Love from,

The other side of the Atlantic!

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Hi Scooter M'Gee,

could you give me the adress where you buyed your Hagon shocks please ?
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The U.S. distributor has been closed. I purchased mine directly from Hagon in the U.K..

https://www.hagon-shocks.co.uk/

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i didn't find Harley Davidson 750 XGA (Street Rod) on this site. Doesn't exist.
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