Best bang for the buck
November 05, 2012(Schofield Barracks, HI)
A 2008 Ninja 250 is sprung from the factory for someone around 110# fully geared up. I weigh 216# with my leathers on. Bike specific instructions would be the only area I could see any improvement for, otherwise I'd have these as 5-star across the board. Racetech springs are far and away the first upgrade any serious performance rider should purchase.
September 13, 2012(Atlanta, GA)
I installed the Race Tech Fork Springs on my 2004 Suzuki GS500F and couldn't be happier. Improves ride, handling and braking. If you are looking to upgrade the ride quality of your bike and have a limited budget, this should be at the top of your list.
July 05, 2012(athens , GA)
some of the best money I've spent on my 750 Katana. buying progressive springs was BIG mistake. these are right on.
Fit in my 99-00 RM250 forks
May 30, 2012(Ottawa, ON)
Used them in my '00 RM 250 forks that I have on my DR650. The supplied spacers were too small but original spacers that were in the fork worked fine. Everything is swapped and it's holding the weight of my 19L IMS tank and a fully loaded bike no problems.
Transforms the handling...
April 04, 2012(Wichita, KS)
The bike on which I installed these springs is essentially sprung for a midget, or pre-adolescent rider, so, stiffening up the front end was an absolute must. I am now able to be much more precise when selecting and/or altering my lines, especially in sharp hairpin turns, with a lot more stability, and no "wallowing" of the front end. And of course, dive on hard braking is also drastically reduced.
Race tech fork springs
March 28, 2012(pawtucket, RI)
Totally changed the handling of the bike. The bike used to lift the front forks on hard highway acceleration over 90 mph... 4th gear at 120 springs are as stiff as... well you know. Tuned to my weight as well. Money well spent.
Price and quality
January 16, 2012(HESPERIA, CA)
Seem to be a good buy so far.. 20 hours and spring rates seem right on.