Gunnar in NC
These are by far the best fork and dust seals on the market as of right now. No brand even compares, and you will see why the moment you install them prior to fitting your spring and fork chamber by feeling how free it moves up and down the stroke of the fork. If you don't want to spend a couple grand on kashima and dlc coatings, this is the next best step for friction reduction for $100 cheaper. Do your suspension right and don't go for the $20 fork seals. You will save money in the long run.Read All Reviews
Gunnar in NC
Race Tech makes good hard parts for all makes of suspension, and they make no exception to the oil they produce. Very high quality, and my riders who ask for just a refresh when I switch them over with an SKF fork and dust seal kit, think I give them special treatment every single service or think I coated something in the internals. Just the fact it is better than the oil the manufacturer produces, goes a long way in making you or your next client a very happy rider.Read All Reviews
Alex in California
Stock KLR suspension is very soft but very balanced. Equal sag front and rear. But it's very mushy even when the bike is unladen. It might work for a 140 lb rider, but at 220lbs in gear + whatever luggage is on the back, it suffers. I purchased the white spring (7.4kg/mm) to replace the stock (5.1kg/mm). I also recommend picking up a set of tusk spring compressors to do the job. It took me about 1.5 hours start to finish to replace the spring and get the bike on the ground. Now with preload at 1 (minimum) it feels fantastic and gives me a lot of room to worth with for preload for a passenger or a lot of luggage.Read All Reviews
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