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  1. The new suspension that comes on the 17+ Hondas, I've been told and read that it's a-kit minus coatings or a-kit like. Can anyone tell me how true this is? Or what the differences really are? What makes them so much better? I've also been told the stock showa stuff is better than a-kit kyb...any truth to that ? Just fishing for information here...
  2. Recently got this bike and it was pretty neglected by previous owners. I decided to do some maintenance due to the fact that I broke my wrist. I noticed trying to replace the fork seals and bushings that the left side damper compresses and stays compressed fully while the right side pushes in and back out. Any reason as to why? Also the bushings on the dampers are different on both sides. Is that normal?
  3. I have a drz400sm and the other day I changed the fork oil and seals but when I put the shocks back on the bike and took the bike off the center stand I noticed the front end was not sitting as high as it used to be. Also when I sit on the bike if feels very soft I put the forks back in the triple tree where they where before, and I put the specified amount of oil in. I am wondering if the shocks are sagging because I dont have enough oil? Or the wrong oil weight? If anyone knows why my shocks could be sagging please let me know Additionally I'm studying to get my a+p license and I know that on a Oleo shock strut, air pressure is used to set suspension sag. When I first opened the shocks on the bike air hissed out so I'm guessing the increased air pressure accumulated over time cause the front end to sit higher but I'm experiencing over an inch of sag from just the weight of the bike (no rider) and it seems abnormal. Again if anyone knows why an oil change would cause increased sag please let me know.
  4. So i recently purchased a brand new CRF250L ABS. What i didn't take into consideration is that the roads here are absolutely HORRIBLE and the bike has no adjustments points on the front forks and the rear shock is (by my understanding) only adjustable to an extent. Does anyone have any kind of recommendation on what i can do as far as upgrading/replacing my front forks to make them adjustable? Any help is welcome and greatly appreciated.
  5. 1 review

    Converts dual damper rod and damper rod/cartridge forks (02-05 models) to high-performance cartridge forks Contains a pair of high-performance, gas-charged mono-tube fork cartridges Improves resistance to front brake dive, front end stability, cornering and bottoming control Add direct internal component replacement No modification for forks required Lowering kits lower the front end up to 2in. Made in the U.S.A.
  6. 1 review

    Fork Bleeder by MSR
  7. 1 review

    PRODUCT DETAILS Includes: -SP Fork Revalving -SP Midvalve Mods -SP Polished Fork Springs -SP Shock Revalving -SP Shock Spring. The Weekend Warrior kit will get your bike re-valved and sprung to suit each individual rider, and will have your bike balanced and give you confidence, give us a call to get your custom suspension set up.
  8. 2 comments

    It has a very neutral chassis, turns very well but doesn't give much up in stability. The power is very linear and easy to use. If you wan't a hard-hitting 2 stroke, this isn't your bike. Even with the aggressive map switch and the powervalve adjuster turned in, it much more mellow than my Yz. Although the power may not be exciting, it's perfect for gnarly technical terrain. Stock forks were harsh on square-edge obstacles. The Pressure springs(small spring in the top of the fork) are known to be to stiff for most offroad riding. I had them changed out when the forks were revalved. E-start works flawlessly and starts the bike within a couple seconds when cold. Ergo's feel good to me...at 6'1", I was worried that it would feel to small to me, but that's not the case. The rear brake lever is a little low for most people, but I actually prefer it that way and it's adjustable anyway. Brakes themselves feel good, the front in particular is very strong. I don't feel they give up much to the Brembo's on the Ktm's. 40 hour update: replaced the stock rear tire within 20 hours and did the front at about the 35 hour point. I now have a tubliss front and rear, with a new rim in the front because of bad crash I had. In that crash, I also smashed the pipe, split a radiator hose, twisted both radiators, and popped the preload adjusters out of both forks. Beta fixed the forks free of charge, so no complaints there. Separate from that crash, the stock map switch is busted and I blew the fuse for the e-starter, although it blew in extremely wet conditions. The most likely culprit is the horn, it's a pretty common issue that's easy to fix. Also, the stock plastic is extremely brittle and easy to crack.
  9. 0 comments

    I love this bike in the woods the forks are so plush and its very easy to steer with the rear end
  10. Hey does anyone know if the front forks off a 2003 250exc will go right onto my 01 250 exc? I found a set that was swapped right away that will be cheaper to purchase than changing the fork seals in mine.. part numbers are different but I'm learning with these bikes that doesn't mean much. I want to just be able to bolt it up and use my original rim the whole bit or I wouldnt see it worth it anymore
  11. 3 reviews

    Industry first, patented fork bleeder. No screws, buttons or hassle. This ground breaking product automatically lets out air while riding to prevent air build up in conventional front fork. http://airprofork.com/c/8/automatic-fork-bleeders
  12. 1 review

    DESCRIPTION Motion Pro is dedicated to producing the most versatile, unique and durable products for professional and home use. Motion Pro tools are designed to be simple to use, yet durable enough to withstand the harshest conditions. One of their goals is to offer tools of convenience. Do it right the first time with Motion Pro Tools. FEATURES New ultra-compact, low-profile design is only 11 mm high installed. Stainless steel body is stronger and will not corrode. Easy to install, simply replace the O.E. bleeder screw with the Micro Bleeder. Reduces harshness caused by air build-up. Allows bleeding of air pressure without tools. One of the easiest bolt-on upgrades you can make to your forks. Kit includes two bleeder valves.
  13. 2 reviews

    DESCRIPTION The feel of riding and durability are two decisive factors when designing seals for forks in motorcycles and bicycles. Especially in off-road applications, such as enduro or motocross, the requirements on the sealing are very demanding. SKF has developed a range of seals with this in mind. Solutions are available for both off-road and on highway use. For motorcycles, the seals come in pairs with a separate oil seal and dirt wiper seal tuned to each other to give low friction for the best riding experience, as well as long life. For bicycles the two seals can be combined into a single unit. FEATURES An oil seal and a wiper seal to minimize contamination reaching the oil seal Specially developed NBR elastomer with lower friction characteristics Wiper seal with optional dual lip design for high contamination situations New oil seal lip geometry specific to fork seals BENEFITS Increased life and performance Enhanced water and dirt protection capability Reduced and constant friction over the life of seal Much improved ride comfort Compatibility with a wide range of OE and aftermarket oils Reduced wear and air suction
  14. 0 comments

    Not the best handling bike, but it's been super reliable. I've owned it since 2008 and never had any major issues. I replace topends every 100ish hours, mostly because the wrist pin. Everything else is always within specs, but the chrome on the wrist pin is always galled. Stock DID rims were destroyed in the first year. Laced up some Warp9's and been good ever since.
  15. 1 review

    RICOR’s products are the world’s only patented inertia-activated front forks and rear shocks available in the market that detect if the wheel is trying to move or if the chassis is trying to move, resulting in a more stable chassis and a faster wheel response over bumps - and the best handling suspension available. To learn more about our Inertia Active Suspension Technology. Inertia Active Technology Gives You: Increased stability in turns Increased cornering ability Reduced brake dive Smoother riding over the bumps Faster braking Less wallowing in turns Reduced softness at slow speed Less harshness over bumps Reduced bottoming out Better bike control
  16. 13 reviews

    Protects expensive fork seals from dirt, dust and mud Will not affect your fork damping or preload 1-3/4in Long (44-50MM inverted forks only)
  17. 1 review

    Race Techs Hi-Frequency Response (HRF) Rebound Gold Valve is specifically designed for racing but can be used for better traction on small or sharp bumps that require fast valve opening and closing
  18. 30 reviews

    Gold Valves® are Race Tech's Custom Valving Kits. They are designed to break through the limitations of stock piston designs. Research has shown that the stock piston ports induce unnecessary harshness. Gold Valves are designed to reduce piston restriction so harshness is dramatically reduced. This allows the valving stack to be personally tailored to the individual rider. Tests have proven that bottoming resistance is actually increased as the harshness is decreased. Traction is also improved. The key is a careful combination of the Gold Valve itself and the valving stack. Custom setups are computer calculated with the Digital Valving Search (DVS) on our website. Developed and refined for over 18 years, this computerized system calculates the proper setup for the individual rider including spring rates and clicker settings from over 300,000 possible combinations. Gold Valve Kits are designed to be installed by competent individuals and suspension tuners. A few specialized tools are required. We can help you with choosing the required tools. If you are doing the installation yourself and you get stuck we have free technical support available 951.279.6655 x109. Race Tech has continued to develop piston designs since their invention and now has over 60 types. The major categories are: Fork Gold Valves TYPE 1 - High flow valving piston enables outstanding bottoming resistance while retaining a plush controlled ride. Extremely versatile. For Motocross, Offroad, Trial, Hillclimb, Supermoto, Street, Road Race, Drag Racing and many other applications. TYPE 2 - Smaller ports increase bottoming resistance for more extreme types of riding. NOTE: These Kits will be harsher than Type 1. For Aggressive Motocross, Supercross and Supermoto. G2-R - This valve offers the ability to change port size by changing restrictor shim diameter. It also has the ability to preload the valving stack for dive control. G2-R Damping Curves can be produced to mimic both Type 1 and Type 2 Kits. It can produce curves not available to T1 & 2 as well. The G2-R can be setup for any type of riding. It is the most versatile valve design in the world! For Motocross, Offroad, Trial, Hillclimb, Supermoto, Street, Road Race, Drag Racing and many other applications. Rebound Gold Valves - Many rebound valving systems are grossly inadequate. No matter what modifications are attempted, the forks will never perform with precision and control. These Kits offer the advantage of both adjustable Mid-Valve and Rebound. Available for most Dual Chamber Showa, KYB and WP Forks. For Motocross, Offroad, Trial, Hillclimb, Supermoto, Street and Road Race. HFR Rebound- Hi-Frequency Response Rebound Gold Valves are specifically designed for racing but can be used for street applications as well. They provide better traction on small or sharp bumps that require fast valve opening and closing. For Street and Road Race.
  19. 1 review

    GENERAL INFORMATION Chad's customised off-road kit forks and shocks are now available for riders wanting that extra bit of performance at an affordable price. These trick looking fork and shock kits provide customized performance for your exact requirements. Just tell us your weight and style of ride and we'll set the correct spring rates and valving based on our years of testing with our team of state and national champions! Our custom built Motorcycle suspension kits include: Tubes utilize a tri-nitrate coating that is super durable and offers a much smoother stroke. Hard-anodized outer tubes and shock bodies to lessen striction and reduce heat build up. All expertly valved and assembled with care using the best oils and greases to ensure the best ride possible.
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