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  1. 2016 onwards sxf rear shock Just wanting to know what the spring inside the rear shock does? Located between the seal head and valving base plate
  2. I have a 2006 ttr 125l, my rear shock leaks oil so I ordered a new shock, I was wondering if anyone can tell me how to do this or link me some kind of video, I cant find a good one for this bike, and do you know if an 06 ttr 125 has a compression rebound cylinder, and how do I take off the rear shock if it has this,?
  3. Hey guys, Got a 2018 250 xc-w and I hate the suspension. Been talking to some reputable suspension tuners in my area and this may seem odd because of the huge price difference, but I have narrowed my options down to the Dal Soggio XP-1 kit and the MX Tech Lucky cartridge. I'd like to save money and get the XP-1 but am not 100% sure it'll cure the forks. On the other hand, MX Tech Lucky has good reviews but for a full fork/shock rework, I'm looking at twice the price. Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
  4. Now that my skills have improved to the point that I'm actually riding faster than a crawl over technical terrain, I'm starting to feel a little less confident with my 650l's stock suspension setup. Probably doesn't help that I'm about fifty pounds too heavy for the stock springs at 230 pounds wet. Would a novice-intermediate rider like myself even notice a difference over a new set of springs and heavier fork/shock oil? If so, any recommendations for tuner to send it to?
  5. Hello everyone, I'm a new XR owner and new to thumperTalk! I purchased a 98 xr for $450 on Craigslist not knowing much about them just taking advice from a friend(owns 97 KDX220) that said it would be a reliable trail bike. The seller also threw in a wheel-less, partially tore down 89 xr as a parts bike for $50. After a little research I realized he had taken the wheels from the 89 and placed them on the 98 which isn't gonna work. I'm currently working on the bike, some TLC and mods. Found some front and rear rims for the 98 on eBay for $200, ordering new plastics, new tires, a little paint, gonna order 135/48 jetting, baffle is removed from exhaust. I'm thinking of doing the airbox mod. The front forks are a little on the soft side (understand that's a common issue for some). I've been online looking for stiffer springs, near impossible to find. So my question is would adding a heavier fork oil help counter this issue and be almost as good as replacing the softer springs?
  6. I have an 09 WR450F and I want to get the suspension done. I ride mostly in Colorado and Utah including single track, open desert, sand, rock, woods, etc. I’m 50+ and 200lbs. Formerly mid pack B rider but slowing down. Looking for some initial plushness for the rocks/roots but firmer for the whoops, sand, etc. Anyone have experience and can recommend a Colorado suspension company?
  7. 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.
  8. I have 2004 yz450f lowered suspension on my 2006 yz250f but I'm looking to move to 450 but want fuel injection. Can I use both front and rear suspension on any year yz that's fuel injected?
  9. 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.
  10. 19 reviews

    GENERAL INFORMATION Suspension revalving by Factory Connection.
  11. 1 review

    Suspension Work By ex ama pro Bob Ashleigh. Racetech god!
  12. 7 reviews

    Here at Pro-Action our goal is to make your dream ride a reality. Pro-Action's promise is to provide our clients with not only leading edge technology and workmanship, but a quality level of service that is rarely found in today's marketplace. Our goal is to NEVER have a single unhappy customer. Pro-Action offers personalized suspension systems, track side assistance, and emergency repair service. We provide a quick turn around with same day service available, and all with the convenience of credit card billing. Pro-Action offers one more thing that is the rarest of all... WE CARE Located in Mt. Morris, IL. Not only do we run a shop during the week, we also take it trackside to help out our customers and riders. We offer Trackside Support at all major races and events. Pro-Action is committed to covering 600+ events each year including National Pro-Level Motocrosses & Supercrosses, amateur days, Grand National Cross Country Series, GNC, & Amateur Nations including Loretta Lynn's. Pro-Action Support Trucks will also attend hundreds of local amateur events. When it comes to support, Pro-Action is unsurpassed. No matter which Pro-Action location performs the initial service to your suspension, the Worldwide Service is available to you wherever you may be competing.
  13. 3 reviews

    Requires both a Base Unit and a Main Spring. The Base Unit contains the special Race Mounting Hardware and the NPL (no preload) Spring. The Eibach Main Spring must be purchased separately (see www.racetech.com for recommendations of Rate and Series). Purchase a 700 Series Eibach Main Spring (only exception is for Yamaha YFZ450, which requires an 800 Series Eibach Main Spring). If you purchase Race Series on the front you must use Race Series on the back as well
  14. 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.
  15. 3 reviews

    The Pro Circuit Link Arm was developed and designed to improve the bikes stability and weight balance front to rear while retaining cornering capabilities They are also more durable and cosmetically appealing than the stock units
  16. 1 review

    Fork Bleeder by MSR
  17. 0 comments

    for the money its just brilliant<br />
  18. kk21

    Yamaha YZ450F (2016)

    0 comments

    Great bike! Tons of power! Suspension is great. Will need heavier spring rate if you are a larger rider. Experiment with gearing for better feel. GYTR tuner is a great investment. Love it!!
  19. 0 comments

    2012 KTM XC-W, gobs of power! I'm 6'5" and right around 250lbs and this things pull me around like i'm a 180lb rider. I added Factory Connection fork and shock springs and that made a huge difference. My wheels track the ground excellent in trail and desert riding. Love it!
  20. 0 comments

    Solid and Reliable bike, as long as you treat the bike well. 6 Gears and lots of torque make it perfect for trails. It will carry a 6'0" 230lb guy through the woods without problem or stall.
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