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I am looking for the stock shock stacks on a 2010 KX450F...? Anyone have that info?

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2010 KX450F

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Comp:

19-32.11

28.11

26.11

30.11

28.11

26.11

24.11

22.11

20.11

18.11

3-16.25

Reb:

6-20.11

13.11

20.11

18.11

16.15

14.15

12.20

11.25

10.20

10.30

Mid Comp:

4-20.11

18.11

16.11

14.11

13.11

2-17.11

2-17.30

Base plate

3-11.25

:

Mid Lift: .15

ICS: 2.2 kg/mm

Spring:.48 kg/mm-971

Shock:

Comp:

7-44.2

36.1

32.1

44.2

42.25

40.25

38.25

36.25

34.25

32.25

30.25

28.25

27.30

26.30

25.30

24.30

23.30

Reb:

5-40.20

30.1

40.25

38.3

36.3

34.3

32.3

30.3

28.3

26.3

25.3

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2010 KX450F

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Comp:

19-32.11

28.11

26.11

30.11

28.11

26.11

24.11

22.11

20.11

18.11

3-16.25

Is this stack correct? Being that its a 2 stage.

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Should be. Larger comp port piston as well. According to Technical Touch catalog the 10 crf and 10 kxf both use the new large port piston.

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do the front forks feel soft and bottom out on 2010 kxf450

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It's a two stage..

and the mid valve stem is different this year as well.

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It's a two stage..

and the mid valve stem is different this year as well.

Do you mean piston rod or valve body desing is different?

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The stem for the mid valve its self. It has the spacer built in I guess you could say.

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so do these forks feel to soft

No.

Stock they were crazy ridged in the high speed. The low speed wasn't too bad but still not as forgiving as I would like. But the high speed straight up sucked!

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