2013-17 kx250f pro circuit fork and shock $1200 or trade for 17 kawi parts

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1/4/2017 11:34 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/4/2017 5:15 PM

NOT A KIT
Up for sale is a set of kx250f suspension set up by pro circuit. Has the pro circuit bling fork cap and shock bladder cap. It has never been used and will come in the pro circuit box it has been sitting in. Would consider partial trade for more 17 kawi parts. Just do not need these. $1,800 obo I will include the stock springs and parts with these, I will ship Photo

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1/5/2017 6:28 AM

Any info on what these were set up for weight wise? What spring rates were used? What lever rider? I'm mildly interested.

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1/5/2017 11:59 AM

WileCyot wrote:

Any info on what these were set up for weight wise? What spring rates were used? What lever rider? I'm mildly interested.

Has 9.8 fork spring and 5.5 shock spring is what is on it, it is set for 180 pound pro ax rider. It also comes with the stock springs and parts to set it back to stock.

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1/5/2017 12:09 PM

WileCyot wrote:

Any info on what these were set up for weight wise? What spring rates were used? What lever rider? I'm mildly interested.

gobig.com wrote:

Has 9.8 fork spring and 5.5 shock spring is what is on it, it is set for 180 pound pro ax rider. It also comes with the stock springs and parts to set it back to stock.

Too soft for me lol. Way too soft. Would need reworked by PC to be viable.

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1/5/2017 1:20 PM

WileCyot wrote:

Any info on what these were set up for weight wise? What spring rates were used? What lever rider? I'm mildly interested.

gobig.com wrote:

Has 9.8 fork spring and 5.5 shock spring is what is on it, it is set for 180 pound pro ax rider. It also comes with the stock springs and parts to set it back to stock.

WileCyot wrote:

Too soft for me lol. Way too soft. Would need reworked by PC to be viable.

Any idea what sprint rate you might need? I can work with you on it a little if interested

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1/5/2017 2:21 PM

gobig.com wrote:

Has 9.8 fork spring and 5.5 shock spring is what is on it, it is set for 180 pound pro ax rider. It also comes with the stock springs and parts to set it back to stock.

WileCyot wrote:

Too soft for me lol. Way too soft. Would need reworked by PC to be viable.

gobig.com wrote:

Any idea what sprint rate you might need? I can work with you on it a little if interested

Spring rates aren't the only thing that matters. I can swap springs for under 200 bucks. It's the internal valving that would need updated and revised for the additional weight being controlled.

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1/5/2017 2:25 PM

WileCyot wrote:

Too soft for me lol. Way too soft. Would need reworked by PC to be viable.

gobig.com wrote:

Any idea what sprint rate you might need? I can work with you on it a little if interested

WileCyot wrote:

Spring rates aren't the only thing that matters. I can swap springs for under 200 bucks. It's the internal valving that would need updated and revised for the additional weight being controlled.

You'd be able to get it valved and sprung for you cheap - Since no wear parts need replaced.

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1/5/2017 3:23 PM

gobig.com wrote:

Any idea what sprint rate you might need? I can work with you on it a little if interested

WileCyot wrote:

Spring rates aren't the only thing that matters. I can swap springs for under 200 bucks. It's the internal valving that would need updated and revised for the additional weight being controlled.

gobig.com wrote:

You'd be able to get it valved and sprung for you cheap - Since no wear parts need replaced.

At your price point, however, it isn't financially justified. All in I'd be looking at 2250 or more if you add all the shipping involved. I'd be in it less to source used parts and have PC perform the work.

Thanks anyway bud.

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1/5/2017 3:32 PM

WileCyot wrote:

Spring rates aren't the only thing that matters. I can swap springs for under 200 bucks. It's the internal valving that would need updated and revised for the additional weight being controlled.

gobig.com wrote:

You'd be able to get it valved and sprung for you cheap - Since no wear parts need replaced.

WileCyot wrote:

At your price point, however, it isn't financially justified. All in I'd be looking at 2250 or more if you add all the shipping involved. I'd be in it less to source used parts and have PC perform the work.

Thanks anyway bud.

I see what your saying, i really was not sure what it was worth, I've seen them on eBay priced way higher but thought they were a bit outrageous. I am open to any reasonable offers from anyone - thank you

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1/6/2017 7:47 AM

Will separate shock from forks if needed

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1/6/2017 8:08 AM

gobig.com wrote:

You'd be able to get it valved and sprung for you cheap - Since no wear parts need replaced.

WileCyot wrote:

At your price point, however, it isn't financially justified. All in I'd be looking at 2250 or more if you add all the shipping involved. I'd be in it less to source used parts and have PC perform the work.

Thanks anyway bud.

gobig.com wrote:

I see what your saying, i really was not sure what it was worth, I've seen them on eBay priced way higher but thought they were a bit outrageous. I am open to any reasonable offers from anyone - thank you

Updated price, 1200

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1/6/2017 8:38 AM

Any chance you would know if these would fit a 2011 Rmz 250? or what modifications it would require. Thanks!

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1/6/2017 10:02 AM

WileCyot wrote:

Any info on what these were set up for weight wise? What spring rates were used? What lever rider? I'm mildly interested.

gobig.com wrote:

Has 9.8 fork spring and 5.5 shock spring is what is on it, it is set for 180 pound pro ax rider. It also comes with the stock springs and parts to set it back to stock.

What other spring rates for the front do you have? I believe stock is .98 as well?

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1/6/2017 11:10 AM

WileCyot wrote:

Any info on what these were set up for weight wise? What spring rates were used? What lever rider? I'm mildly interested.

gobig.com wrote:

Has 9.8 fork spring and 5.5 shock spring is what is on it, it is set for 180 pound pro ax rider. It also comes with the stock springs and parts to set it back to stock.

BML139 wrote:

What other spring rates for the front do you have? I believe stock is .98 as well?

I think stock is either .97 or .98, I am not for sure. The stock springs do not have a stamp on them of any sort that I have found, I have been trying to figure out. I know that for sure the fork has a 9.8 kg in it right now and the shock has a 5.5 kg spring, if purchased as a set the extra springs will come with it

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1/6/2017 11:12 AM

franks144 wrote:

Any chance you would know if these would fit a 2011 Rmz 250? or what modifications it would require. Thanks!

I think they have the same setup. I could see the shock being a pain, but kx and Suzuki share a lot of the same parts as far as that stuff goes(250s have the same fork, 450s have the same fork). I googled but came up with nothing

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1/6/2017 4:38 PM

I am trying to do some digging to see if they would work. I would likely be just looking for the forks if you would be interested in splitting them with the shock.

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