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brokensaw

titanium spring

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Has it been a rule that Ti springs are Ti colored and steel ones are painted "colors"??

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anybody no how much i can get for my stock Ti spring from my 2006 with very very low hours on it??

i just got 80 for mine.. race tech springs are 110.. and most people are on a budget so i sold mine for cheap.. i know its ti and all but who really cares in this type of market..

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TI....is it really necessary?
That depends. The Ti spring is 3 pounds lighter than steel.

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Has it been a rule that Ti springs are Ti colored and steel ones are painted "colors"??

No, my 09 450 is suppose to be Ti and as far as I know it is. Only problem is its painted red.

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No, my 09 450 is suppose to be Ti and as far as I know it is. Only problem is its painted red.
A magnet will tell you.

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Has it been a rule that Ti springs are Ti colored and steel ones are painted "colors"??

I don't think so, at least not in my case. 03 yz450 my spring is gray, titanium colored if you will, and i just put a magnet on it and its steel. I'm pretty sure this is the stock spring but i can't be sure as i bought the bike used. Hope this helps

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Gray. Do lighter guys put the 250f springs on there 450f's. If so what would it benifit?

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