RaceTech Emulators "Finally"

John Soliday johnsoliday at msn.com
Mon Aug 1 18:15:43 PDT 2011

GPZ List,


To say the least this recent experience with RaceTech has been eye opening
in a bad way, but we have information finally.  I must be honest, if I send
a couple of emails and hear nothing back, then it takes me awhile to track
them down by phone, and leave messages, etc.  It would seem to me, if
somebody calls about a SPECIFIC item, wanting to buy more than one, you
would think they would actually try to contact you,....maybe they don't care
about GPZ's anymore.  Actually that was the problem, the GPZ1100 emulator is
not listed on the website although the springs are.  Tomorrow I should be
getting the group pricing and payment information.  Here's the information I
have as of today:


The Gold Valve Cartridge Fork Emulators are P/N: FEBVS4101.


The matching springs (custom by rider weight) are P/N: FRSPS3534-XXX, where
XXX is the spring rate.


Louis, the technician (who took a week to return my call), says you can
determine your required spring rate on the website by your rider / passenger
weight.  I haven't had time to try this yet, but he said the spring part
number will pop up as the one for the ABS GPZ1100, which they say, have the
same guts as our non-ABS models.  I asked why only the ABS flavor was listed
on the website, vs. the much more popular non-ABS, and got a non-answer from
Louis (probably a marketing FU or whatever).


So, tomorrow I hope to have pricing info, but in the meantime we now have
the part numbers....


More to come,



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