Race Tech Dirt Bike Suspension
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Race Tech Fork Springs
Never settle for suspension that doesn’t work for you again, with these Race tech fork springs you can transform your suspension to what fits your size and riding
Race Tech Shock Spring
Quality springs that perform
Extremely accurate rates, Accurate to within .05kg/mm
Made of the finest chrome silicone wire
Shot-peened, heat-treated and p
Race Tech Shock Oil Seal Sold each.
Race Tech Gold Valve Fork Kit
Race Tech's original bolt-on fork valving system for front cartridge forks
Triples the flow area of pistons
Puts valving control on the shim stack
Race Tech Gold Valve Shock Kit Race Tech Gold Valves optimize the flow area putting valving control on the shim stack versus restricted stock pistons. This results in outstanding tunability. The Gold
Race Tech Gold Valve Type 2 Fork Kit For Aggressive Motocross, Supercross and Supermoto Race Tech's original bolt-on fork valving system for front cartridge forks Triples the flow area of pistons Puts
Race Tech Progressively Wound Shock Spring
Race Tech's answer to the linkless PDS system
Easy fix for the problem of rear suspension being too harsh and too easy to bottom
Race Tech Reservoir/Bladder Conversion Kit
The Race Tech KTM Bladder Cap Kit makes rebuilding WP shocks easier. The Bladder Cap Kit converts the stock piston type reservoir to a "state-of-the
Race Tech WP PDS Compression Needle
The beauty of KTM's PDS rear suspension system is that it is very simple. The problem is it lacks gradual progressiveness. Suspension setup is a BIG compro
Had the shop install these springs on my son's KX 250 F as it was beyond me. Had to go fully stiff with settings with the prior springs, but now have plenty of adjustment. He's 170, but I went with the next level of stiffer springs for a 190 lb rider, which I think was a great move. So far, so good. Should have upgraded sooner.
Michael (Williams Lake, BC)
Best modification ever
Until Star Wars speeder bikes are available this is the best ride you'll be able to achieve. If you want to take a moto-cross bike on the trails you can't afford not to do this.
Jim (Schofield Barracks, HI)
Best bang for the buck
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.
chris (Pleasant hill, MO)
Huge time saver on service
The real advantage here is being able to fill and bleed the shock without additional tools. all you need is a standard regulator and schrader valve adapter. The PDS system takes a lot of time and effort to bleed because of the extra valving stack and piston.... take your time.