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Found 9 results

  1. ThumperTalk

    Eibach Fork Springs

    5 reviews

    Precision tolerances - the tightest in the industry Ultra-lightweight, for reduced unsprung mass Maximum deflection in combination with smallest block heights Precision plan parallel and square end configurations under unloaded and loaded conditions Lowest side loads with load center ideally located relative to spring axis Exceptional block resistance and durability
  2. wably

    Honda XR400R (2004)

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    So far so good. Checked/repacked/replaced all worn bearings, fluids, tires, clutch plates, brake pads, chain, sprockets, bars, grips and levers. Replaced all incorrect size/length bolds, nuts, screws. Removed a ton of red loctite. Usually at the expense of the threads and or bolt, nut and screw! BAD TOAD!!! I want to convert to electric start. The parts are out there. Let me know if you have done it or know someone who has.
  3. ThumperTalk

    Eibach Shock Springs

    5 reviews

    Precision tolerances - the tightest in the industry Ultra-lightweight, for reduced unsprung mass Maximum deflection in combination with smallest block heights Precision plan parallel and square end configurations under unloaded and loaded conditions Lowest side loads with load center ideally located relative to spring axis Exceptional block resistance and durability
  4. Hi I currently sent my bike in for rear and front springs for my weight (as the stock springs just doesnt cut it.) I weigh approx 280 pounds (125kgs) and am 6ft4 and ride an 09 yz450f with a long range tank. The suspension was then changed to 6.7kg/mm on the rear shock and 0.50kg/mm on the front forks as selected by the mx suspension specialists who fitted them. The problem was then when it came to setup the sag (we started at 55mm ride sag initially), as we turned the nut on the damper to release the pretension on the spring, we got to about 80mm sag and the spring then became loose. (ie you can push and pull the spring). Its as if the spring isn't long enough and is sitting loosely while the back wheel is lifted off the ground. My question is, is this normal? and if i continue to loosen the pretension will the sag eventually get to 100mm? Upon going onto racetechs website they recommended the following Riding Type: Motocross Age: Standard Age - Up to 44 Skill Level: Dirt Amateur Height: Tall (6'3" or 190cm plus) Gas Tank: Oversize Gas Tank REAR SHOCK SPRINGS Recommended Shock Spring Rate: 6.346 kg/mm (use closest available) Stock Shock Spring Rate: 5.5 kg/mm (stock) FRONT FORK SPRINGS Recommended Fork Spring Rate: 0.578 kg/mm (use closest available) Stock Fork Spring Rate: 0.47 kg/mm(stock) This makes me think the suspension guys have mabe selected a too hard rear springrate and too soft front spring rate. The guy at the workshop also suggested the linkage was too stiff and the linkage bearings needed replacing. Could this account for the spring becoming loose? Any help/ knowabout will be appreciated thanks
  5. huskyrider83

    KTM 300 XC (2013)

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    Best bike ever made, this is my fourth 300 KTM xc/mxc, I keep trying others, 2 stroke 4 stroke, KTM, Husky, Kawasaki, Yamaha,ect... and I keep coming back to the KTM 300, its the most versitle and most complete bike made.
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