Where to buy stiffer springs?

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9/6/2018 12:25 AM

I have a pit bike build that's starting to run against budget limits—where can I get the best price on some probably 'odd' fork & shock springs? I'm know of RaceTech from Pulp productions, is that the place to go?

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9/6/2018 4:32 AM

Check out Cannon Racecraft. Maybe they have what you need.

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9/6/2018 4:45 AM

Racetech is where id go. Put your weight in there and they tell you what you need.

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9/6/2018 5:09 AM

for a pitter? just buy some cheap fleabay stuff.

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2009 RMZ 250 (sold)
2004 LTZ 400
#nukethequads

9/6/2018 8:47 AM

Marty1028 wrote:

for a pitter? just buy some cheap fleabay stuff.

If I had the money to waste on a pit bike, I would do some cone valves for my FC450.

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The older I get, the faster I was.

9/6/2018 10:45 AM

Marty1028 wrote:

for a pitter? just buy some cheap fleabay stuff.

Have a link? How would I determine they're what I need?

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9/6/2018 10:48 AM

KDXGarage wrote:

Check out Cannon Racecraft. Maybe they have what you need.

Thanks—I reached out. Didn't love seeing the disclaimer on their site:

> Cannon Racecraft is no longer affiliated with, nor holds any responsibility to debts owed by Grand Prix Speed Works or Jake Latimer.

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9/6/2018 11:46 AM

Race-tech is good. I used to get my mini-bike springs from a company called "Minibikesprings.com". I know, hard to believe! haha. Dont know if they are still in business tho

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9/6/2018 12:09 PM

YeddieVanHalen wrote:

Race-tech is good. I used to get my mini-bike springs from a company called "Minibikesprings.com". I know, hard to believe! ...more

Looks like they are, or at least that redirects to a current shop. Oddly enough also seemingly local to me (Tulsa area judging by area code), as was Cannon Racecraft (OKC).

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