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FZ-07 Front Spring kit by Hyper Pro shipped to US for $214

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Cruizin
$214 Shipped to USA!
 
 
This should be on the top of even a cheapskate's list, especially if you weigh over 180 lbs. I have run their springs in Dirtbikes before, they make good stuff.
 
 
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stefano225
Is that going to be available in the US?.It's more like 240.00 with shipping from UK (still not to bad).What other options are out there?

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Cruizin
I just changed the link to one with Free shipping to USA for a total of $214!! That's a great freaking deal. Racetech still hasn't come up with a Spring for the FZ-07, which is retarded because 2,300 have sold in the USA in 4 months!
 
 
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jasonaz1
Looks like a pretty good deal, I just installed the Traxxion kit today and wow, what a difference. I should have done this sooner even though I have only been riding a month. I highly recommend doing something to the front as soon as you can.
 
 
 
Link to your kit
 
And didference as in?

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trebec
Looks like a pretty good deal, I just installed the Traxxion kit today and wow, what a difference. I should have done this sooner even though I have only been riding a month. I highly recommend doing something to the front as soon as you can.
 
Link to your kit
 
And didference as in?
http://fz07.org/thread/658/ak20-damper-rod-group-forks 
The difference is you get emulators, dampers rods and new spacers for a full drop in kit for about 100 bucks more and it really makes all the difference. Why take apart the forks and do have the job to save a few bucks? Do it right, do it once and get the damper rod kit from traxxion    

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hobbs
Link to your kit 
And didference as in?
http://fz07.org/thread/658/ak20-damper-rod-group-forks 
The difference is you get emulators, dampers rods and new spacers for a full drop in kit for about 100 bucks more and it really makes all the difference. Why take apart the forks and do have the job to save a few bucks? Do it right, do it once and get the damper rod kit from traxxion    
 
 
How was the installation difficulty? I ask because I don't have shop space anymore, so if it was complex I might not have the tools or neccesary space
 
AK-20´s are well beyond my price range but around 3 hundo is doable if I don't have to pay more for installation.

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trebec
http://fz07.org/thread/658/ak20-damper-rod-group-forks 
The difference is you get emulators, dampers rods and new spacers for a full drop in kit for about 100 bucks more and it really makes all the difference. Why take apart the forks and do have the job to save a few bucks? Do it right, do it once and get the damper rod kit from traxxion    
How was the installation difficulty? I ask because I don't have shop space anymore, so if it was complex I might not have the tools or neccesary space
 
AK-20´s are well beyond my price range but around 3 hundo is doable if I don't have to pay more for installation.
 
Lets see. I spent about 60 on a seal driver and level gauge from cycle gear. Then I had to get a 1/4 inch impact drill driver to remove the bottom bolt after I broke it loose and I used 2X6's for my vise with a couple Irwin clamps. I got the impact driver from harbor freight for 45 bucks plus an 8mm 1/4 inch hex driver bit. I also cut off an Allen key to get the impact to work with the Allen to remove the bottom bolt.
 
As far as difficulty is concerned I would say 3 out of 5 for the simple fact that if you are not careful you can screw up the fork caps and that is no good. [div]
[/div][div]Also the fork cap is a 22mm and only needs 6 foot pounds of torque. You will also need a second set of hands for a few steps of the process. Overall took about 4 hours [/div]
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mightyfz07
I found a suspension upgrade kit front and rear from hyperpro street box kit. Looks enticing! good price i think for a balanced upgrade on the bike $699US.
 
Ohh this is tough one, exhaust+ejk kit or Hyperpro street box? Maybe both and bike is complete! http://www.epmperf.com/streetbox.html
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mightyfz07
Does anyone have any experience with Hyperpro? maybe share some experiences?
 
I found a suspension upgrade kit front and rear from hyperpro street box kit. Looks enticing! good price i think for a balanced upgrade on the bike $699US.
 
www.epmperf.com/streetbox.html
 
 

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I looked at the Hyperpro Streetbox kit too. I was told I would find the shock spring that comes as standard in that kit would be too hard for me at 77 kg in my riding gear. To swap the spring out for the correct one was going to add another $100 AUD.

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rubberbandman72
Jateureka, maybe you could swap your factory rear spring onto the Hyperpro rear shock. With the adjustability the shock has you should have no problem dialing the shock in to the factory spring rate. Still a good deal.
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That might work if they were the same length, which I am not sure of as a lot of the photos that owners have posted of the OEM and upgrade shocks (like Nitron and JRI) show the OEM spring to be longer.

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