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    Have a pair of Race Tech rear piggyback shocks for sale. The part numbers printed on them are: SRSP 4825027. They look great cosmetically. These came off my 2009 HD XR1200. The former owner of this bike was a pretty big 6'5" dude and these shocks were a little too tall for me. Please note the...
    $575 USD
  2. General XR1200™ modifications and parts
    My 2009 forks are at Race Tech undergoing major surgery, dual cartridge upgrade, the works. They are also building a set of shocks for the rear, G3-S w/remote reservoir, rebound and ride height adjust. This will be the longest 3 weeks of my life! If I had a time machine...I know y'all know...
  3. General XR1200™ modifications and parts
    Saw an interesting post which makes me wonder as I get ready to upgrade my suspension, G3-S shocks with or without reservoir? Could those who know please give your opinion. Thanks in advance, Peter
  4. General XR1200™ modifications and parts
    After 3 phone calls and no results I emailed Racetech and got a response the next day from Terry, one of their techs. He worked with Michelle in sales after receiving my email and responded with pricing and technical answers. He told me when I'm ready to send in my forks to forward his email...
  5. Trip Reports / Write-Ups
    As you may or may not now, I made a few changes on my XR recently. The big change was that I added Twin Motorcycle's Torque Hammer setup and Race Tech's suspension package. The Torque Hammer pipe is just loads of fun. It has very nice torque down low at 2000 RPM for puttering around at any...
  6. General XR1200™ modifications and parts
    HOT BIKE has posted the article I wrote on the suspension mods that we did on my XR at Race Tech. Rhino has a similar (different rear shocks) package from them on his bike as well. Here's a link to the article...
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