Originally Posted by WhicheverAnyWayCan
Suspension question- What spring rate did you had on the first shocks made by YSS (I think?) and what spring rate is on your Works' Piggyback?
Yah, I think 51 lb/in will most likely be way too soft. Heres the info on the YSS and the Works Perf. For the Works, you will need to check with them on the part number as the spring rate is cryptic and I don't remember the actual (but im pretty sure its close to the YSS rates).
Sorry for the mixed up font colors - cant seem to change them.
BTW - Im currently spec'ing an Ohlins set of shocks which will be 15" long like the Works Perf. Im going for full adjustability on compr and rebound damping and hyd spring preload. When I know that spring rate, I'll post it too.
YSS RZ-366 TRL Twin Shocks
- Talk to Klaus
- Self Adjusting Gas Emulsion
- 15.55” Long (395mm), 4.63” stroke (TBD 120mm , 4.72”)
- 36mm Bore, 16mm Shaft
- Preload & Rebound 60 clicks
- Top & Bottom 12.9 x 24
- Black Spring: 46-25-45x260:
- 46 = spring ID
- 25 = starting rate = 140 lbs/inch
- 45 = ending rate = 250 lbs/inch
- 260 = free length (10.24”)
- Spec’ed for:
* 200 lb Rider
* 484 lb Bike
* 50 lbs Luggage / Gear
~ $735 / pair – OTD
- P/N: CU-12616 (03 pr SP2 15.0 DRS D.P.211-250 BK)