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Old 10-21-2015, 05:20 PM   #1
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New Products At AIMExpo 2015: K-Tech Suspension For Cruisers
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K-Tech Suspension, a company known for performance suspension components for sportbikes and motocross has targeted two popular models from Indian Motorcycle and Harley-Davidson to break into the cruiser market: the Scout and Sportster.

Their new Tracker fork cartridge kit adds full adjustability and tuning for forks that lack preload or compression damping adjustment from the factory. The kit adds spring preload adjusters to both fork legs with the rebound control in one leg and compression in the other.*

For the rear suspension, K-Tech has introduced a uniquely styled springless shock replacement that provides an improvement in performance straight out of the box. The Bullitís internal valving and gas-charged design is ideal for stroke-limited applications such as the Scout. K-Techís suspension guru Lenny Albin was on hand at AIMExpo 2015 to tell us more about the Tracker kit and Bullit shocks.

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