No, most of the time the shocks that came on your now vintage motorcycle simply aren’t rebuildable, and if they can be rebuilt I don’t carry the parts to do so.
A: In most cases forks should be done first, this is especially true if the forks have blown seals or other obvious defects such as sagging springs or bad bushings. Without getting too techincal, this is because the front suspension … Read More
A: With RFY shocks 7 weight is generally best. However, if you have a very heavy bike, sometimes 10 weight is a good choice. If you are having your TEC shocks rebuilt, I recommend 10 weight. Though lighter bikes may … Read More
A: I recommend using no less than 85 psi and no more than 200 psi. Higher pressures increase shock performance but there is not much need to go too high as pressure in the 85 psi to 200 psi range … Read More
A: Yes and no. Heavier oil makes the damping properties stiffer, meaning that the damper has more control over the spring as well as the various masses that act upon the spring. However, if your springs are found to be … Read More