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Digital Subscriptions > Fast Bikes > 337 > SHARPEN YOUR TOOL!


We know, you probably love your bike just as it is already – but it can be a lot better!


The term ‘setting your bike up’ can cover a plethora of options. Yes, most of us just get used to the bike we have, and unless we’re a modding mentalist or setup perfectionist will occasionally throw a few bits at them when we can.

Setting a bike up can be split into two main camps: chassis and engine. With suzzies, the majority of bikers ride their bikes as is, nothing wrong with that, we’ve done the same in the past. But there’s nothing quite like setting it specifically for what you do most.

When it comes to the engine, who wouldn’t want more power? As you’re reading this in Fast Bikes, we’ll take it as read that you probably would. But how it breathes and fuels is crucial. Anyhoo, here are some tips and tipples for approaching both.

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In this month's issue of Fast Bikes ... - Free 32 page guide 2018 Fast bikes style - Top 7 used nakeds - V4 Vendetta new Ducati Panigale set to rule - Yamaha MT-09 SP: King of bling Kitted street naked for the amsses - The virtues of V4 electric bikes on track - Michelin talks motogp - Panigale models explored - Suzuki GSX-R1000 K5 buyer's guide & much more