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Factory Connection Fork Springs
Factory Connection Fork Springs

$129.95

Item #FCN000I

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17 Reviews

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Schaffnermotorsports

Verified Purchaser
Over 5 months ago Chattanooga tn
5 out of 5 stars
Much better ride

I put these on my 2002 yz 250 and it really made a huge difference. I also went with a thicker fork oil but over all I’m really happy with these springs

Danerd789

Verified Purchaser
Over 5 months ago Detroit, MI
5 out of 5 stars
Quality springs

I got these springs to get the correct rate for me and it made a huge difference in the handling of the bike. The springs looked to be high quality. If you’re not riding on the right rate you missing out!

mandy

Verified Purchaser
Over 5 months ago tacoma wash.
5 out of 5 stars
Work very well !

dropped these in my YZ 250 and work great.

Bajavic

Verified Purchaser
Over 10 months ago Carson City Nv.
5 out of 5 stars
Should have done this years ago

Correct fork and shock springs make the bike so much easier to ride. A couple clicks on fork and it turns great , good in the sand and surprisingly forgiving on the big hits

KTM 250sx

Verified Purchaser
1 year 6 months ago Las Vegas
5 out of 5 stars
No issues

Bought these for my 2013 KTM 250sx after I sent my suspension to be rebuilt by Factory Connection.
They were suppose to install these per the phone calls that we had but when I received the suspension back from them the upgraded springs were not installed.
Putting in the right spring rate makes all the difference, but because of the poor quality of work that Factory Connection did on my forks I will never send my suspension to them again.
No problems with the springs.

HG404

Verified Purchaser Top 250
1 year 6 months ago Kauai, Hawaii, USA
5 out of 5 stars
Feels great

My son says the suspension feels alot better and he loves it

Vinny

Verified Purchaser
1 year 6 months ago Utah
5 out of 5 stars
Important Upgrade

If your forks (and shock) are not sprung correctly for your weight, then this is a huge (borderline necessary) upgrade. No amount of fiddling with compression dials will make up for incorrect springs, and once you get correct springs the bike feels so much better. It's also an added bonus that while installing these, it's no extra effort to get fresh seals and oils in there so your fork will be feeling super fresh if it has some wear on it.

Jason

Verified Purchaser
1 year 8 months ago
5 out of 5 stars
Factory Connection springs

Top notch quality springs

Trevor

Verified Purchaser
1 year 9 months ago
5 out of 5 stars
Great

The parts i wanted were on backorder when i ordered so i called them to ask if they had a e.t.a for shipment. I was told at worst it would be a week to my door. I got them 2 days later. Great products, great support

Tracey

Verified Purchaser
2 years 8 months ago Walls, MS
5 out of 5 stars
Works as they should

No complaints, they feel good.

37 Questions

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Question asked by Tyler

Question: What size should I get I’m about 220 and all I ride is trails, tough ones. I’m trying to find a decently soft ride. I have adjusters for compression and rebound on my forks. (2015 husqvarna fc450) softer the better 
Question asked 5 days 4 hours ago

Question asked by treb

Question: I have a 2017 FE350. I weigh 200 pounds. What spring size do I need?
Question asked Over 5 months ago
Question answered by Paul
User's contributor status: Top 10
Question answered Over 5 months ago
Answer: Other than your body-weight, there are several other factors to consider in determining the best spring-weight to use, such as your height, your own riding style, and the track or trail conditions.
The experts at Factory Connection are your best source of information. You can call Factory Connection at (800) 221-7560.

Question asked by PringlesCanMan

Question: So I am 15 and I weigh about 120 pounds and I just got a 2017 Yz250f.  But the front forks are really stiff for my weight. I really to get them softer. Which spring rate should I get it? and will these fork springs help.
Question asked Over 8 months ago
Question answered by Paul
User's contributor status: Top 10
Question answered Over 8 months ago
Answer: The Factory Connection Fork Springs to fit your 2017 YZ250F are available in four different spring rates, from the soft .42 Kg to the stiff .52 Kg.

When it comes to recommending suspension parts and settings, there are too many variables, such as rider's weight, road and track conditions, riding style, passengers and luggage, for us to make a well informed suggestion - other than what the motorcycle-manufacturer recommended from the start as OEM.
We suggest that you contact Factory Connection at this link: http://www.factoryconnection.com/

Question asked by David

Question: I have a 2013 Rmz450 and I am 230ish pounds and I want to make my suspension a little bit stiffer but I’m not sure what spring rate I should get for forks and shocks. Can someone please help me?
Question asked Over 10 months ago
Question answered by Paul
User's contributor status: Top 10
Question answered Over 10 months ago
Answer: The Factory Connection Fork Springs (pair) at $119.99 are not correct for your 2013 RMZ450. The 2013-14 RMZ450 uses a spring only on the right side.
The correct right side spring for the 2013-14 RMZ450, and for you at 230 pounds, is Factory Connection LRV-104, Motosport part number FCN000J-X001-Y008

Question asked by Rkulp1621

Question: I'm 6' and 180lbs, I ride a mixture of track and trails. What would be the best happy medium for me. I ride a 2004 honda crf450r.
Question asked Over 10 months ago
Question answered by Trevor Gearhead
User's contributor status: Top 10
Question answered Over 10 months ago
Answer: More information would be needed to give an accurate recommendation. 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. I would recommend checking with Factory Connection directly on the suggested rates for your bike and size as they may have more accurate recommendations for you. Factory Connection Contact: http://www.factoryconnection.com/contact-us/

Question asked by jeff

Question: Hi, I am 205lbs undressed, don't know what I am fully dressed with gear. I have 2004 wr450 & need correct front fork springs. I don't understand the kg difference of your products to get the correct springs. Help?
Question asked Over 11 months ago

Question asked by Donny

Question: My wt.195 desert exp.2006 450xc ktm new M.C. WHAT Springs do I need ?Don
Question asked Over 12 months ago

Question asked by sweeney901

Question: I weigh 240 lb and i ride a 2013 yz 250 and i race woods.what size front fork springs do i use.
Question asked 1 year 2 months ago
Question answered by DaveGearhead
User's contributor status: Top 1
Question answered 1 year 2 months ago
Answer: Based on the minimal info you have provided, here is what I have came up with for you.

FRONT FORK SPRINGS
Recommended Fork Spring Rate: 0.44 kg/mm (Use closest available)
Stock Fork Spring Rate: .44 kg/mm (stock)

Question asked by ThatOneGuy

Question: I weigh 160 and i was wondering if the .33 would help my 2013 kx 85 from bottoming out everytime i case or land hard.
Question asked 2 years 7 months ago
Question answered by Paul
User's contributor status: Top 10
Question answered 2 years 7 months ago
Answer: The 0.33 Kg Factory Connection Fork Springs are the stiffest available to fit the 2013 Kawasaki KX85.

Because we can't see how hard you landing jumps, we don't know if this will prevent your bottoming out. At 160 pounds, an adult's motocross bike, such as a 125cc two stroke or 250cc four stroke, would handle your size better.

Question asked by Sam72

Question: I'm a 240 pound motocross / trail intermediate looking for the correct spring rate for my weight.
Question asked Over 3 years ago
I had my rear shock done by fc and run a 6.3 spring weight. I can handle the fronts myself but just want a equivalent spring rate.
Question answered by MotoSportExpert
User's contributor status: Expert MotoSport Staff
Question answered Over 3 years ago
Answer: More information would be needed to give an accurate recommendation. 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. I would recommend checking with Factory Connection directly on the suggested rates for your bike and size as they may have more accurate recommendations for you. Factory Connection Contact: http://www.factoryconnection.com/contact-us/
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# Part Numbers

Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
.26 Kg IIN026
.30 Kg IIN-030
.32 Kg IIN032
.27 Kg IIR027
.31 Kg IIR-031
.31 Kg IIU-031
.33 Kg IIU-033
.45 Kg LAU-045
.47 Kg LAU047
.49 Kg LAU-049
.40 Kg LLS-040
.42 Kg LLS-042
.44 Kg LLS-044
.46 Kg LLS-046
.48 Kg LLS048
.39 Kg LRA-039
.41 Kg LRA-041
.43 Kg LRA-043
.45 Kg LRA-045
.46 Kg LRA-046
.48 Kg LRA048
.50 Kg LRA050
.45 Kg LRL-045
.47 Kg LRL047
.49 Kg LRL-049
.46 Kg LRS-046
.41 Kg LSA-041
.42 Kg LSA042
.44 Kg LSA044
.45 Kg LSA-045
.46 Kg LSA046
.48 Kg LSA048
.49 Kg LSA049
.50 Kg LSA050
.52 Kg LSA-052
.40 Kg LSB040
.42 Kg LSB-042
.44 Kg LSB-044
.46 Kg LSB046
.48 Kg LSB048
.50 Kg LSB050
.43 Kg LSU-043
.45 Kg LSU-045
.49 Kg LSU049
.40 Kg LSV-040
.42 Kg LSV042
.46 Kg LSV-046
.48 Kg LSV-048
.42 Kg LRI-042
.44 Kg LRI-044
.46 Kg LRI-046
.48 Kg LRI-048
.52 Kg LRI-052
.41 Kg LSU-041
.47 Kg LSU-047
.51 Kg LSU-051
.53 Kg LRN-053