Forks

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Painter
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Location: Birkenhead uk

Forks

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Hi
I have bought some Corsaro fork bottoms very good price, they have the rebound adjustment, what I want to do is fit some cartridges or upgrade the internals of my GP with corsaro pistons and sliders, my question is has anyone fitted cartridges or tried to upgrade these forks, is it better to fit different forks or is there another route.
The standard forks are quite beefy, but very crude, but could I think be made to work.
Without spending a fortune.
All ideas greatly received
Cheers Painter
hendre
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Re: Forks

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I have used Andreani cartriges n my Duc GT1000 and Guzzi V7 café classic, I was very satisfied with the improvement
https://www.andreanigroup.com/prodotti/ ... +%2706+-++
Painter
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Re: Forks

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Hi
Did you find once fitted, they where much more sensitive to road imperfections and generally gave a more softer but controlled ride, compared to the originals..
Was it straight forward fitting them
Thanks painter
hendre
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I had them fitted during a service, the damping is less wooden and you do have more feeling to the road surface
They are produced to fit the rider, when ordering you have to fill in details form. They are delivered fully set up to your weight and driving style and with a fork oil recommendation
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