I got them from my local motorbike shop.. it’s a common item and dirt cheap at $55aud. most bike shops should stock them. There is plenty of extra cable for a 30mm rise but I did have to unclip the power cables on the right side near the light so they can slide up and down freely. I really don’t know why more monkey owners haven’t done this.They look great! Thanks for the picture. May I ask where you purchased them I think I might like to add them to my bike, also was there enough cable to accommodate or did you have to add any?
Start you bike and plug you Bazzaz into a laptop witht he Bazzaz software open. let it idle and let the O2 sensor warm up to "OK" status. then change the value in the bottom left fuel cell whjere the bike is idling - you will see it if you click the track throtle position. just keep changing the value until the AF ratio kicks up to 13/1 (or where you feel comfortable) and the idle will smooth out and sit on about 1400-1500rpm.Installed the z-afm for my koso 170cc kit. Bike runs good. Noticeable power increase. Great bottom end despite the yoshimuira cam. Still hard to get it to idle when the motor is cold
You bought the Ohlins KO rear shocks for $150? Where, that would be an up grade I’d like to look into.
I would never get those cheapies it’s a recipe for disaster imo.KO meaning knock off. No where near the quality of real ohlins... As always, you get what you pay for. Just search eBay for monkey shocks and you will find what he is talking about.
I totally get the temptation to go for something like those but truth is, suspension requires precision components and those budget models just cannot be very precise
oh...my...gawd...you saved my a$$! ive been looking for the kickstand pad and bought one for grom which didnt fit! that surprised the heck out of me! anyway i didnt find the one you have but a gold one for pcx and i am stoked! thank you for posting that! cheersI added some Chimera quick release seat bolts.
Also, my Monkey's kickstand has been scratching up my epoxied garage floor.
I bought a kickstand foot pad and JB welded a piece of rubber to the bottom. Problem solved.
There are quite a few kickstand foot pads available online. Most are specific to particular models.
But none for the Monkey.
I took a chance and got one made for the Honda PCX scooter, (yeah, I know that's depressing)
But it fit perfectly.