Progressive Fork Spring Kit

Progressive Fork Spring Kit
Progressive Fork Spring Kit

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  • Description
  • 6 Reviews
  • 3 Questions
  • Fitment
Description Item #PGV000D
  • Lifetime manufacturer's warranty against sag or breakage.
  • Progressive rate fork springs soak up small bumps yet are firm enough to absorb the larger ones.
  • Rates of the progressively wound springs have been designed to fit each model.
  • Spring rates have been chosen to reduce front end 'dive' under braking.

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6 Reviews
4.8 out of 5 stars
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Neil
Verified Purchaser
Henderson, NV
Fork spring length-2008 Honda 1300 VTXR

I was concerned when the new springs were 1 inch shorter than the stock ones. Didn't know if I got the right ones or not. I called MotoSport & they gave me the # for Progressive. After calling them & explaining, they told me not to worry. The springs are shorter, but a heavier wind than the stock springs. I put the springs in (as well as new seals & bushings) & the ride seems a bit better. Not as apt to want to bottom out. Haven't got to ride it much, so I don't know how long the new parts will last. The stock parts lasted around 47,000 miles, don't think i'll have the bike another 47 thou. But (as of now) I would recommend them.

EricL
Verified Purchaser
Austin, TX, USA
Works great

They were fairly easy to install on my 07 VTX1300S. It really smoothed out the ride. Well worth the price.

Progressive Fork Spring Kit
recluse
Verified Purchaser
Pennsylvania, USA
Good choice

My stock springs were flat and dangerous . These were the best quality and price . Now I can get the last of the nubs off the side of my tires . Excellent handling with .progressive rear shocks .

JohnnyTwoHats
Verified Purchaser
Your mom's place
Best suspension upgrade I ever made

I know a lot of things you buy for bikes are advertised as the greatest thing since sliced bread, but this really is. Immediately noticed an improvement in handling, mostly because the old worn springs had changed the 'trail' of the front end. An experienced shade tree mechanic can do this job in under an hour. Simply jack the bike, remove the fork caps and old springs and spacers. Insert new springs and spacers, replace fork caps and you are done. I rate this job 2 beers at most.

nolimits63
Verified Purchaser
LA
Progressive springs

I bought the progressive spring kit to rebuild my frontend on my 92 FZR600. The bike rides awesome. Handles like its on rail. Motosport is great. Thanks

nofxdeclined
puyallup,wa

Very easy to install for the smoothest ride ever. I am a heavier rider so I left in larger spacers. The front and feels so much better


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3 Questions
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Not Yet:   0
Derick
Q: If I buy these springs will I need to buy new fork seals also?
1 year 10 months ago
EricL
1 year 10 months ago Location: Austin, TX, USA
A: Not sure about the Kawasaki but on the Honda I did not need to replace the seals.
Scott
Q: Do these include new spacers? Thanks!?
1 year 11 months ago
MotoSportGrantK
Expert Top 1 Contributor MotoSport Staff
1 year 11 months ago
A: No, they will be the springs only. If you are looking fork lowering kit, please give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you with your order.
pernille
Location: sweden
Q: Witch way do they go in?
Over 3 years ago
witch end will go into the buttom of the fork?? the tight end or the other??
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: It makes no difference which way the springs are installed.
Most manuals will say to put the tight wound end at the bottom, but says this is done because sometimes there will be less spring noise. The springs will perform exactly the same regardless of which direction they are placed.
Neil
3 months 17 days ago Location: Henderson, NV, USA
A: On my bike (2008 Honda 1300 VTXR), the manual said to put the "tight end" in first.
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