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PostSubject: Rear Shock Absorbers   Sat 15 Dec 2012, 12:40

Here is some information regarding aftermarket rear shock absorbers for our Silverwings:

Silverwing (FSC600) Aftermarket Rear Shock Absorbers

Honda OEM Shocks, part number, 52400-MCT-013 & 52400-MCT-003 are manufactured by KYB (Kayaba). They measure approximately 415 to 425 MM long, eyelet center-to-center. These shocks retail for ~$220/each.


Hagon Shocks are UK shocks but are available from two sources in the USA. They have a 2 year warranty, come with a black body & chrome (Oooo!) springs. They are not rebuildable, have three position adjustable spring preload and the springs can be tailored to your maximum load capacity needs at the time of order. They are 425 MM long. Part number 42501. They are ~$244/pair + shipping.

Hagon Shocks, LLC
1788 La Costa Meadows Drive
Suite 101
San Marcos, CA 92078
760.798.8015
760.510.2758 fax
Email: hagonshocks@yahoo.com
www.hagonshocksusa.com

Dave Quinn Motorcycles
335 Litchfield Turnpike
Bethany, CT 06524-3505
203.393.2651
Fax 203.393.1725
Email: dqmcs@earthlink.net

YSS Shocks are the current replacements for the famous Wilbers shocks. YSS Shocks have three position adjustable preload springs and are rebuildable. The springs can be tailored to your need at the time of order also. There are two versions of YSS Shocks to fit Silverwings:

RZ362-420TR is a gas/emulsion shock with adjustable damping. They are $499/pair + shipping.
RE302-420T is a standard hydraulic type shock. They are not adjustable and are $299/pair + shipping.

YSS Shocks are available from:

Klaus Huenecke
EPM Performance Imports                                        
P.O. Box 40  Tennent, NJ 07763 USA
Tel / Fax:: (732) 786-9777  Toll-Free: (877) 786-6543
Email: info@epmperf.com
www.epmperf.com


Fournales Shocks, made in France, are air shocks and eliminate the coil-over springs at the rear. They are pressured at 6 bar (~85 psi) but are adjustable by adding or bleeding off pressure. The shocks come with their own bicycle type hand pump with a dial gauge. Fournales Shocks are currently unobtanium here in the USA, but when last available several years back they were priced ~$600+/pair. Part number MA 010288.

Hopefully some here will find this information of use.

Tim


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PostSubject: Re: Rear Shock Absorbers   Sat 15 Dec 2012, 22:28

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