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Motorcycle Suspension Services Forks Shocks

Motorcycle Suspension services is one of our specialties. At Moto Sage we have dedicated resources and time to develop top motorcycle suspension services knowledge.

First things first and suspension should always be first. What good would more power do if you end up loosing it by a lack of traction ? Improve motorcycle traction to increase riding confidence with our Motorcycle Suspension Setup service.

Motorcycle Suspension Services:

Motorcycle Suspension Setup:

One of Moto Sage service that over time has proven to make the biggest handling improvement. If the suspension components have no issues a suspension setup would be the way to get the most out of your current components. Might need some of our other services: Spring Install, Revalve, Rebuild.

Motorcycle Forks Services:

  • Rebuild : We fully disassemble forks and replace all parts that don’t meet specs. Perform when Forks show any indication of a problem. *
  • Revalve: If forks are performing properly (no problems *) we can change the valving(compression and/or rebound) to get the desired performance out of your motorcycle forks depending on your specific needs.
  • Spring Change: Remove forks and open to replace springs as needed per setup.
  • Lowering: Lower motorcycle ride height as needed.
Motorcycle Suspension Services Forks
Motorcycle Suspension Services Shock

Motorcycle Shocks Services:

  • Rebuild: We fully disassemble shocks and replace all parts that don’t meet specs. Perform when Shocks show any indication of a problem. *
  • Revalve: If shocks are performing properly (no problems *) we can change the valving(compression and/or rebound) to get the desired performance out of your motorcycle shocks depending on your specific needs.
  • Spring Change: Remove shock and replace spring as needed per setup.
  • Lowering: Lower motorcycle ride height as needed.
  • Nitrogen Recharge: Check shock nitrogen pressure, look for leaks and set correct pressure as required.

*We would consider a suspension problem something that is not allowing your suspension to perform properly based on current setup.