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Sometimes it's excellent to have White Power

Discussion in 'Moto Club' started by fnfalman, Mar 13, 2006.

  1. fnfalman

    fnfalman Chicks Dig It

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  4. fnfalman

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    One thing for sure, nobody complains about the WP suspension kits that go on the KTMs.
     
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    Actually, it cost me about $800 in revalves to get my KTM's WP's working right. The stock suspension was the only thing I liked better about my last Yamaha.
     
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    I've heard WP makes great off-road suspensions. But taking a look at what the pro road racers are using, it's almost universally Öhlins, with a few Penskes here and there.

    Personally, I'm stickin' with Öhlins.
     
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    Everyone that rides competitievly gets their suspension customized. KTMs cost 2-3X more then the Nippercycles. 2005 was the first year that KTM off road bikes were considered to have acceptable suspension as new. Everyone still gets a respring/revalve.