Hi.Hey mate. You read alittle tense about the discussion. I don't mean to offend you. I just cannot find what you are talking about. Feel free to show me. I'm open to learning about it, hence why I asked.
I have been on this bike for a bout 10 track days separated by a long rebuild resulting from being crashed into. No handling related crashes yet, but I'm only running in the fast group locally which is still below the racer group. I suspect the problems you may be alluding to will not present themselves to me until I can actually load the suspension more. I would like to understand why I make changes and do intend to get more professional guidance moving forward when I have the time as suspension guidance is not at our local track I need to go further afield.
How did you go?
On a 2008 R6 it comes from factory with 10mm 2 lines above the TC. Some people drop the forks down 1 line if you are running a 190 tyre. And most leave shim in.
06 07 R6 are flush with the TC. The 08+ forks are 10mm longer to give more adjustability.