Pro Circuit VS Factory Connection

hey guys

okay so if have had them revalve your suspension, whos work is better.

im looking to get my forks and shock revalved and deciding between the two.

any suggestions are great too..

THanks

Both Pc and Fc are really good Im pretty sure you should go with Fc they prob have hondas figured out since thats what their team runs both are top notch tho

If your an agressive rider who is looking for suspension that doesn't wallow beneath you, go with PC.

Their price is better too..

But if your less aggressive and looking for more plushness, go with FC..

Their prices are higher....

Both offer similar end product, though I feel PC is geared more towards the "fast" aggressive rider. At least that has been what I have pulled apart from the two

Pro circuit all the way. PC's Bones' is a bad dude.......He knows his shizz.

factory connection is the only way to go , they have some awesome techs and there works remote resevoir is amazing , they also have quick turnaround time with there 3rd location in oklahoma

Pro circuit all the way. PC's Bones' is a bad dude.......He knows his shizz.

Too bad he will never do the general publics suspension...

Another vote for Factory Connection here, plus their customer service is top notch.

factory connection is the only way to go , they have some awesome techs and there works remote resevoir is amazing , they also have quick turnaround time with there 3rd location in oklahoma

I'd have to definitely agree with this, mine works excellent and prevents fading.

If your an agressive rider who is looking for suspension that doesn't wallow beneath you, go with PC.

Their price is better too..

But if your less aggressive and looking for more plushness, go with FC..

Their prices are higher....

Both offer similar end product, though I feel PC is geared more towards the "fast" aggressive rider. At least that has been what I have pulled apart from the two

im mid to top pack novice rider right now, gettin top 5 at almost all races right now

im mid to top pack novice rider right now, gettin top 5 at almost all races right now

Harrperf does suspension...shoot him an e-mail and talk some details.

Or...i see you are in AZ, mx-tech is out there too....IMHO i would look at those options before the PC / FC super-centers.

i have been dealing with factory connection since 05 and i have tried about everything they have and can do to suspension and it is simply amazing

Never had Pro Circuit suspension but had thier engine work and it was great. All I can say is that my FC suspension is amazing. Fixed my 2010 CRF250R perfectly for me. Next weekend I will post a ride report.

i have the factory connection kyb kit on 07 crf450 and its the shizz for sure. ias long as i have a honda fc is doing my suspension

Please post your OTD prices for your FC suspension.

That includes shipping...

Anyone?

Please post your OTD prices for your FC suspension.

That includes shipping...

Anyone?

yes please do..

I had my done while I was racing at the Florida Winter Olympics. FC had a tent where you could drop your suspension off.

I had the following done:

Fork revalve and respring

Shock revalve and respring

HPSD revalve

Total cost: 764.70

It was a lot of money but the difference was incredible.

Edited by 50IsTheNew25

thats not too bad considering you got $250 in just springs. I'd say thats in the ball park. Idk for sure My guy does my stuff for free.

i dont know why more people dont go to Enzo. They are fricken amazing and cheap.

i dont know why more people dont go to Enzo. They are fricken amazing and cheap.

Same price as FC!!!

Anyways....I think your best off finding someone local...not just saying it!

I only weigh 130lbs with all gear on so i prob would keep stock springs in so i wouldnt have to get new springs i dont think

130lbs you need springs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

130lbs you need springs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

go lighter springs? then when i get bigger put stock back in or what? and does FC or PC send you your stock springs if they put new ones in?

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