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I have found some info, but most seems to be about their fantastic customer service, but nothing really on their performance.

Looking to put them on a 2002 Honda Cr125. Weight roughly 220lbs and trail/hare scramble riding.

Anyone have experience with them?

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I want to get springs that are the correct spring rate. According to racetech my OEM spring rate is incorrect for my weight, I have spend a good deal of time trying to tune the suspension but have been unable to dial it in.

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for first time you need for your weigth the new spring, stock are too soft.did you install spring alone?you want revalve by yourself?

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I haven't put anything on yet, they are OEM springs. I am looking for opinions about these springs. I have read some good things about their customer service, but the reviews I've read have very little information about people's experience with the product itself.

I may revalve at some point, I want to get the proper springs first and go from there.

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I bought a rear spring for my KTM 300 from them. They were very helpful since different online calculators were giving me different values.

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they are one of my accounts; very good people there. ask for phillip, or bob. they can help you out, and the springs are very good quality.

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I bought a rear spring for my KTM 300 from them. They were very helpful since different online calculators were giving me different values.

Very accurate observation, some of these calculators seem to have VERY different criteria. Race Tech has changed rate suggestions to a large degree recently.

Edited by YHGEORGE

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I have bought springs fronm cannon racecraft, race tech, and factory connection. I prefer cannon racecraft. Running 46mm cr125 forks on an xr650L I need heavy springs (.50kg). They are a great company to deal with.

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They have been my main spring supplier for over 10 yrs. Great product & customer service.....

doc

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I have ordered from them and will order from no one else. They know their business, and they can make custom rates and springs for your bike. They are knowledgeable.

And straight from Factory Connection, when I was looking for custom springs, they would order through cannon, with any special order spring and I should too.

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They have custom wound springs for my vintage bikes and the rates were spot on when tested. I was told that Cannon supplies springs to Factory Connection and Race Tech.

yep, and motopro as well. the variable rate ktm springs are second to none. very good stuff.:busted:

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I'm also looking for the rite stock rear spring rate for my crf150f and I weigh around 130 to 135. I was informed about cannon but race tech told me my stock spring rate in the rear would be 8.1

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On 11/14/2011 at 2:30 PM, cardinale199 said:

you can go 4.6 on front if you are intermediate\fast trial rider

Do u know the stock dimensions on a rear spring for my crf150 f the free length I guess compressed

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