Progressive Spring Kit, Front + Rear, Suzuki V-Strom DL650 2004-2016

Progressive Spring Kit, Front + Rear, Suzuki V-Strom DL650 2004-2016

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Item # 040-7422

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What's Included
  • Front Progressive Fork Springs
  • Rear Progressive Shock Spring
  • Fork Oil
  • Grease


This spring kit from Hyperpro is a quick and inexpensive way to drastically change your Suzuki V-Strom DL650's handling performance, or to revive a worn out set of springs. The progressively wound springs for the front and rear suspension give you a plush ride at slow speeds, but when the road gets rough, or you decide to push hard in the corners, the springs are much firmer towards the bottom of the travel where you need it the most.

Many years of touring and off-road riding on your V-Strom can take its toll on the stock spring's performance. You might notice your bike sagging a bit under normal load, or not being as responsive as you like. A new set of springs can revive your DL650's handling, making it feel like a new motorcycle without having to spend money on complete new suspension.

Product Features
  • Great as an upgrade to stock shocks
  • Made in Holland by Hyperpro
  • Includes front and rear springs
  • Fits Suzuki V-Strom DL650 2004-2016
  • Color: Black
  • Installation by professional recommended

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