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2009 Yamaha YZF-R6 Fork Springs

2009 Yamaha YZF-R6
Tire Size:
Front: 120/70ZR-17, Rear: 180/55ZR-17
Spark Plug:
CR10EK
Battery:
YTZ10S
Stock Chain/Belt:
525x114
Stock Gearing:
Front: 16T, Rear: 45T
Oil Filter:
KN-204
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John-Paul (Keremeos, BC)

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Monotube Forks (Gl 1800-Gold Wing)

I'm not the greatest rider in the world and as such not great at evaluating things like forks. However I think the monotube forks seem to make my Goldwing ride better then new. Very pleased with this item.

Glen (Purley, SRY)

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412 11 inch

Replaced stock 13 inch shocks the bike came with. Noticed a real improvement. Bumps are much more smoothly dealt with and the ride is much more forgiving. Gives the bike a nice slammed look as well. No major issues with bottoming out. Just take speed bumps slow and avoid potholes. Strongly recommend these shocks!

John (Montpelier, VA)

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Fork Seals

Installed easily on my Yamaha Maxim 400 without any difficulty. No leaks so far.

Grant (Vancouver, 0)

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Poor fit

On their website Pro Tek claims these links allow adjustment from stock to -4 inches on a first generation Yamaha FZ1. These specs aren't even close. It's more like the range is from -4 to -8 inches. I can't speak to the quality of the links, but it's difficult to have any confidence in the manufacturing when the specs they list are so far off.

Corey (Lugoff, SC)

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Easy install for Harley Street Bob

The only major question I had with this product was that it only told you in the instructions that it was a 1" or 2" drop. But, after a short conversation with tech support, you can cut the plastic spacer to what ever length you need for your specific drop. I had 1 3/4" drop in the rear and wanted exactly that in the front. Worked out great with little to no problems.

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