Spring Brand / Type


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  • gerald28

Posted November 11, 2007 - 08:16 PM

#1

Hello,

I am respringing my 2006 YZ450 (I weigh 220, ride slow C, 75% MX, 25% Enduro).

My question is what spring brand do most people use? I would hate to replace my sweet stock titanium spring with an aftermarket steel one unless it was better. Do most people use Yamaha springs or aftermaket like Race Tech?

Thanks
Gerald
San Antonio, TX

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  • todds924

Posted November 11, 2007 - 09:47 PM

#2

Hello,

I am respringing my 2006 YZ450 (I weigh 220, ride slow C, 75% MX, 25% Enduro).

My question is what spring brand do most people use? I would hate to replace my sweet stock titanium spring with an aftermarket steel one unless it was better. Do most people use Yamaha springs or aftermaket like Race Tech?

Thanks
Gerald
San Antonio, TX


Eibach!! they make the springs for Race Tech and Factory Connection. Titanium springs are lighter, people say steel springs give a better feel. I like the steel ones.





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