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Found 10 results

  1. ThumperTalk

    Progressive Suspension Fork Springs

    5 reviews

    Allows for easy adjustment of spring pre-load for different loads and varying terrain Progressive rate springs give a better ride and handing over a variety of surfaces
  2. 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.
  3. High Plains Thumper

    Kawasaki ZG1200 Voyager XII (2001)

    0 comments

    Bought the bike in 2013 with 33k miles on it. With 96 HP, 4 carbs, this 4 cyl. inline has ample get up and go. I roll the throttle and watch the cars disappear behind me. With aftermarket air shocks and Progressive fork springs, it rides very smooth, has all the amenities of a luxury tourer, true cruise control, radio gets louder the faster the speed, has intercom, remote for pillion passenger. Plus it has very ample storage, I've carried a sheet cake, alto sax, and mandolin in the trunk.<br /><br />I have a homemade Harbor Freight trailer with Sears X-Cargo car top box on it. It tows it effortlessly like it was made for it. It also rides well in rain. I get around 50 mpg on rides, about 10 less towing the trailer.
  4. saxonator

    Honda XR400R (1997)

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    Love the XR400R, powerful enough for me and after changing the spring and shock rate it is a great bike with lots of potential. I ride mostly single track in Thailand and I need low maintenance bike, that can easy handle extreme temperatures as well as extreme terrain, it both handle both very well
  5. rkscott7

    Suzuki RM100 (1977)

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    Crazy Hard hitting power band
  6. 2 reviews

    Solve the problem of too soft a spring for the GL1800 owners who carry heavy loads and overpower the stock spring
  7. 1 review

    12 series shocks are gas charged for superior, fade-free damping and consistent operation Six-stage, automatic damping designed with a special anti-topping function Double-wall shock body construction for piston protection and long life Shocks have black finish and include a one year warranty Sold in pairs Springs sold separately
  8. slash925

    Suzuki DR250 (1991)

    0 comments

    Great cruiser trail bike, BB to 300cc, web cam , progressive suspension front springs re-valved rear shock , FMF pipe
  9. ConnorWR400

    Kawasaki KLR650 (2007)

    0 comments

    Great reliable bike. FMF Power bomb to FMF slip on. Stage 2 FMF Jetting. Dirt racks engine guards and pannier mounts. Renthal Fatty Bar with G2 Bark Busters. DR650 Foot pegs. Cogent Dynamics Rear shock and Progressive fork springs.
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