2010 Midnight Cherry XR. 7Jurock, Lloydz AF, ATS, AFR tuned VFCIII, IAV, and T-6 and locally repacked pipes = big smiles. SOLD to a dear friend, so it's still in the family."
2017 Spyder F3 Limited - keeps this old guy in the wind and riding with friends.
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If you go with a bicycle pump, I'd make sure it is a bicycle shock pump as opposed to a bicycle tire pump. The shock pumps have a smaller chamber to make fine adjustments easier and the valve connection is also designed so that it doesn't bleed air when it is disconnected. The air volume inside the shock is so small that when you disconnect a typical tire style pump, that quick pffft as you're removing the chuck will throw off your setting.
That being said, there are plenty of motorcycle branded shock pumps out there at a reasonable price. Just make sure you get one with the correct pressure range indicated on the gauge.
'04 Kingpin - Blue w/ Tribal Flames (sold)
'12 Cross Country - Imperial Blue
"Living life is a great idea, but riding a motorcycle actually gives you a tool to do it..." -me
2013 Sunset Red Cross Country
Vic Tri-Oval Mufflers, Lloydz VM1-DR cams, AF, PC-V @112hp/113tq
Corbin Dual Tour seat, Klock Werks Klip Hanger bars, Vicwapz
Avon Contour grips, Kuryakyn Kinetic boards and rear SwingWings
Victory black LED headlight and Touring Pack, Madstad 9" windshield