Shock Absorber Type 540 Road

Shock Absorber Type 540 Road

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On the Honda NC 750 XA/XS (RH09), the seat height has been reduced from 830mm to 800mm compared to its predecessor.
Originally, the fork has progressive springs, whereby the first spring rate is too low and thus also changes early to the second spring rate, which is clearly too hard.
We use slightly harder springs here at first, but softer, progressive springs in the second spring rate. This conversion results in better fork response.
The rear shock is also fitted with a progressive spring from the factory, which has a poor block value and thus permanently stresses the second spring, which is again too hard.
Our solution relies on linear springs on the strut, in conjunction with optimized rebound and compression damping.
The suspension geometry on the front and rear axles was sensibly adjusted via the negative spring deflections in order to correct the negative spring weights, which were slightly too high as standard.
This results in a safer ride and better handling.

Ecoline 540 TS Road Ø 46 mm

The well priced stereo alternative.

Stepless adjustable spring preload by using the included spanner tool.

With the radial-piston and the progressive shim-package you’ll always get the optimal damping.

High-quality, maintenance-free spherical plain bearings bearings promise long and healthy life.

5 years warranty with ABE.


Product may vary from picture.
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spring preload adjustable.


Fitment
2022 - 2024 Honda NT 1100 A / D |SC84A / SC84B

SKU
540-1016-00
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