Factory Connection Fork Springs

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Factory Connection Fork Springs
Factory Connection Fork Springs
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Factory Connection engineers and creates proprietary spring designs to their own industry-leading standards. Each series of Fork Spring is designed for your specific brand / model fork.

  • Cold wound on precision CNC equipment.
  • Heat tempered, shot-peened and end ground.
  • Pre-set for fatigue resistance.
  • Wide variety of rates and applications to suit your specific needs.
  • Guaranteed accurate rates and proper fitment.
  • Springs install without the use of additional spacers or washers; unlike the competition.
  • Sold as a pair.
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mudlover
Best fork springs ever

Bought these springs for my RM 125 because the springs in it were to hard causing a very harsh ride. I paired these fork springs with a set of factory connection fork pressure springs for the smoothest ride you can buy. This product was well worth the cost. I weigh 160 without gear and bought .42 kg/mm fork springs with 1.42 kg/mm pressure springs. Would highly recommend buying these springs for any bike.

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dirt
Cant be beat

top quality at the best price with as always from motosport fast delivery

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pukis
Fork springs

Buy these for all my bikes. Can't go wrong

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Location: Valencia, Santa Clarita, CA, USA
Bodizafa
Factory Connection Frok Springs for KTM 250SX

Needed to increase my fork spring weight and decided to go with theses rather than OEM. Worked great, however you may need some extra spacers to reach the proper preload, as the springs can vary in length.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Grand Rapids, MI, USA
Jono67
Great Springs

I had been riding on the stock springs on my 2007 CRF250 for way to long and it was time for a change. As a larger rider, I went with the .49. Installation was a breeze and the springs feel great. The front end no longer feels mushy, I highly recommend!

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Indiana, USA
jodfergu
Big improvement

My son is growing and our KX85 was suffering. These springs along with a matching rear spring made a night and day difference in the handling of the bike. We got another year on the 85 allowing him to grow a little more before he gets on a 125 or 250f.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Jeffro400
No More Bottom

I installed these springs with the correct spring rate and they work fantastic. The fear of harsh landings have disappeared. Great springs!!

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: CA
Mecman
Best upgrade for my bike

Best thing for your bike if you are over 6 feet tall & over 200 lbs. Call & give them your hieght, weight, & type for riding. & they will recommend spring rate. Can't get over the difference. Feels like a new bike, a lot more fun.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Phoenix, AZ, USA
PhxWes7
Definitely a MUST!!!

"Getting the correct suspension for your bike is a MUST!!! I am about 210lbs and I was riding with a stock spring weighted for 135lbs and it made such a difference; It provided a more smooth ride and more comfortable ride. This product is definitely worth the money! The best part is, finding the right rated spring is made really easy with the help of Motosports's customer service!"

Overall 4 out of 5 stars
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Location: greater chicagoland the burbs
spazmoso
Fork springs

if the bike is sprung for ur wieght its gonna handle better,mabye without a revalve.it has for me,i paid 115bucks for mine its pricey but i do the work myself so having a bike that handles well and doing my own work i can easily justify the cost

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Andy Location: Florida
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CHAKA 1 month 5 days ago Location: Aberdeen, SD 57401, USA
WHAT SHOULD MY SPRING WEIGHT BE?
I AM 130 POUNDS I RIDE A 05 CR 85 BIG WHEEL
Expert MotoSport Staff
1 month 5 days ago
MotoSportExpert
To give a more accurate recommendation I would need a little more information. Riding Type (MX, SX, Desert, Woods, Trail/Enduro, Etc.), Skill Level/Racing Class (Beginner/D, Novice/C, Intermediate/B, Expert/Pro/A), Gas Tank Size (stock or oversized) as well as Age, Height and Weight all factor into proper suspension set up. You can find a few online spring generators to help you determine the correct spring rates for you. Here are 2 links to follow: http://www.racetech.com/ http://www.mx-tech.com/ You can input all your variables there. Be sure to match the front and rear spring rates for best performance. Or you can also contact Factory Connection directly at 800-221-7560
Jordy 1 month 13 days ago
Spring Rate?
According to spring calculators I need a .44kg rate. I ride a 2012 Yz450f and I weigh 155 without gear with no oversized tank or anything. Would you recommend going with a .45kg or a .43kg?
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 month 11 days ago
MotoSportExpert
Riding ability and riding conditions will also need to be factored in when choosing the best spring. For the best settings for you and your bike I would contact Factory Connection directly at 800-221-7560.
Jason Over 6 months ago Location: Caledon, ON, Canada
Im 220 Lbs and i have a 2003 Honda cr250r, I ride a bit of everything, what springs do you recommend for me for my fork and rear?
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 6 months ago
MotoSportExpert
You can find a few online spring generators to help you determine the correct spring rates for you. Here are 2 links to follow: http://www.racetech.com/ http://www.mx-tech.com/ You can input all your variables there. Be sure to match the front and rear spring rates for best performance.
andrew559 Over 6 months ago
What spring weight should i go with?
im on a 2013 wr250f i do mostly track and mountain riding and i am roughly 200lbs
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Over 6 months ago
MotoSportExpert
You can find a few online spring generators to help you determine the correct spring rates for you. Here are 2 links to follow: http://www.racetech.com/ http://www.mx-tech.com/ You can input all your variables there. Be sure to match the front and rear spring rates for best performance.
2strokeeaterr Over 6 months ago
Hey I am 153 lbs with gear, what would be my spring rate?
I ride motocross and pits, but I want it mostly for motocross, everything on bike is stocl 2010 yz450f
Top 1 Contributor
Over 6 months ago
MotoSportExpert
You can find a few online spring generators to help you determine the correct spring rates for you. Here are 2 links to follow: http://www.racetech.com/ http://www.mx-tech.com/ You can input all your variables there. Be sure to match the front and rear spring rates for best performance.
Andy Over 7 months ago Location: Florida
Hello. I'm 195 with no gear on a 02 CR250. I do some MX and some trail. intermediate rider.?
I know the forks springs are set up now for the previous owner at 180lb and they just feel way too soft. Which spring rate would you recommend here with the factory connection springs? Thanks a lot!
Top 1 Contributor
Over 7 months ago
MotoSportExpert
You can find a few online spring generators to help you determine the correct spring rates for you. Here are 2 links to follow: http://www.racetech.com/ http://www.mx-tech.com/ You can input all your variables there. Be sure to match the front and rear spring rates for best performance.
MaxG Over 7 months ago
Im 6 foot 155 lb. I do alot of fast desert riding, sand washes and trails, what would be a good spring rate for the front forks on my 2003 cr250r?
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Over 7 months ago
MotoSportExpert
Here is what comes up in the calculator: FRONT FORK SPRINGS Recommended Fork Spring Rate: 0.448 kg/mm (use closest available) Stock Fork Spring Rate: 0.43 kg/mm(stock) REAR SHOCK SPRINGS Recommended Shock Spring Rate: 5.035 kg/mm (use closest available) Stock Shock Spring Rate: 4.9 kg/mm (stock) Be sure to match the front and rear spring rates!!!
Nick Over 8 months ago Location: Ogden
Spring setup for Super Moto?
I am 37 intermediate rider, 220 lbs and 6.1 tall, I will be using this bike only for racing supermoto, oversized tank but will be switching this back to stock gas tank. Also I am setting a second suspension for riding off-road/mx riding with the oversized tank, I'm beginner in off-roading/mx. I would like to know what I need for both set ups and for the front and the back. Or could I use the same springs for both disciplins ( sm and off-road?) thank you
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 8 months ago
MotoSportExpert
Based on the information provided Recommended Fork Spring Rate: 0.445 kg/mm (use closest available), Recommended Shock Spring Rate: 5.86 kg/mm (use closest available) would be the correct springs for you. I would recommend checking with Factory Connection directly on the suggested rates for your bike and size and supermoto as they may have more accurate recommendations for you. Factory Connection Contact: http://www.factoryconnection.com/contact-us/ Also please feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and one of our customer service reps should be able to help you out more with this.
brad Over 8 months ago Location: Tehachapi, CA 93561, USA
What spring rate for 170lbs novice rider. mx track and desert. 2012 crf 450?
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 8 months ago
MotoSportExpert
To give a more accurate recommendation I would need a little more information. Gas Tank Size (stock or oversized) as well as Age, Height all factor into proper suspension set up.
Tadpole Over 8 months ago Location: Wv
What spring rate should I go with? I'm 190lbs. No Gear. Riding a stock 09 kx250f. Need it for fork and shock. Thanks!?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 8 months ago
MotoSportExpert
To give a more accurate recommendation I would need a little more information. Riding Type (MX, SX, Desert, Woods, Trail/Enduro, Etc.), Skill Level/Racing Class (Beginner/D, Novice/C, Intermediate/B, Expert/Pro/A), Gas Tank Size (stock or oversized) as well as Age, Height and Weight all factor into proper suspension set up.
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