Thursday, November 17, 2016
Tuesday, November 15, 2016
Yes, the YZ250X fits this #1 link: HERE
We don't have it listed because every YZ250X rider usually buys the #2 YamaLink RACE.
Tuesday, October 4, 2016
Our reply: You will need to readjust sag and fine tune the compression and rebound after install due to slight differences between the 14 and 16, but the holes fit both bikes.
A 2006 YZ125 has a stock spring rate of 4.7KG
At 180 pounds BEFORE a YamaLink the bike needs a 5.0kg to achieve proper sag.
WITH a YamaLink a 2006 YZ125 and a 180 pound rider needs a spring rate of 5.4 KG.
Monday, June 20, 2016
Thursday, May 12, 2016
Husky HL701-1 = 3/4" rear lowering.
Husky HL701-2 = 1 1/2" rear lowering.
KTM8-Dakar link = 7/8" rear lowering.
KTM8-1 link = 1 1/4" rear lowering.
Thursday, April 28, 2016
The Trail YamaLink lowers it about 1.25 inches after you reset sag and are
The RACE version lowers it half that much, and doesn't have as much leverage
so spring rate isn't as crucial. Most just reset sag and fine tune according
to our simple to follow instructions.
But your rider needs to be properly sprung with or without a YamaLink. With
the 1.25" version many go up for the 10% increase in leverage and for the
RACE version most don't go up unless they're on the border of needing a
heavier spring with the stock setup.
As for which one we can't say. That's why we make two versions because everyone has different needs. Purely subjective. I'd go with the RACE version because hare scramble riders appreciate the extra plushness on the braking bumps and ruts that always hammer them senseless hours into the event.
Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Your snowbike fork bottoming drama has been answered. Read more about the new AirPro Fork bottoming kit. Click HERE