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    Pro Cycle Shock Spring

    As the Dub's shock damping is set for a light spring has anyone had a problem after installing a stiffer one? I'm afraid of it turning into a pogo stick.

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    I have done both rates, red on my TW and white on my GF's. damping wise i think they both work just fine i have not at all experienced any type of pogo sticking at all.
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    Thanks! That's what I needed to know.
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    Mine was a pogo stick before replacing the spring. It was only then, that it started feeling like a real motorcycle, along with a front end rebuild.
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    I just did the red spring on my tw. Unless you're over 235lbs drop the clip to the lowest groove. I weigh 225 and for me the middle groove was a little to stiff. On the lowest groove the small bumps are smoother than stock and the big high speed stuff still won't bottom out the spring.


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    I'm thinking about going with the white spring as the wife is lighter than me. Also the Dub spends most of it's time on the road so it needs to be a little soft. That said I'm also planning on a set of stiffer fork springs to balance it out.
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    I am 200 and went with white

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    Procycle is real happy with me today. Springs for both ends along with fork oil,brake fluid and a stainless brake line I just could not do without. Early Happy Birthday to me!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xracer View Post
    Procycle is real happy with me today. Springs for both ends along with fork oil,brake fluid and a stainless brake line I just could not do without. Early Happy Birthday to me!!
    Curious what spring you chose for the front end, 20 or 40 percent.

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