Help for shock

Mini Dirt Bikes & Pit Bikes Forum

Help Support Mini Dirt Bikes & Pit Bikes Forum:

no_crf50_here

Well-Known Member
Joined
Oct 7, 2007
Messages
2,342
Reaction score
37
Location
Brisbane, QLd Australia
Depends, are you running a piece of wood at the moment?

To help you we either photos of what you have or a good description of your bike. Have you got a std CRF a china copy etc etc -
 
Last edited:

motocross1444

Member
Joined
Mar 7, 2009
Messages
5
Reaction score
0
i just have a stock bike with red baron front shocks and i bought these shocks and i am wondering if they would be a little stiffer and not bottom out as easy..
 

dazza_911

Well-Known Member
Joined
Feb 4, 2007
Messages
351
Reaction score
0
Location
south coast NSW
mate after you cinvert the cost of that to aussie dollar then add more for postage it would cost about $90 way better of to go to oz50 and get the kitaco shock. cheap as and from what I've heard there a good shock
 

motocross1444

Member
Joined
Mar 7, 2009
Messages
5
Reaction score
0
ya haha i already bought this shock and i was wondering if i should get another or if this one would not make me bottom out and be a little stiffer i am about 135 pounds.
 

bulldog93

Well-Known Member
Joined
Dec 16, 2008
Messages
2,972
Reaction score
76
Location
2330 Singleton
where do you live??????? cause you don't seem to be an aussie got nothing againts it i'm just interested because your buying from U.S.A and you said pounds not kilo's
 

twisties

Well-Known Member
Joined
Nov 3, 2008
Messages
439
Reaction score
3
if you've already bought it then why dont you just wait till you get it then try it out?

the auction provides no info on it so theres no way to tell.
 

01nutracing

Well-Known Member
Joined
Sep 2, 2008
Messages
220
Reaction score
0
Location
mackay
I'm not to familiar with the stock crf50 but I did notice that this shock has no spring preload adjustment at all and no adjustment for comp. or rebound so basically there are way better shocks on the market for a pretty good price but you never know it may be stiffer than stock depending on the spring rate. It does look like a very basic shock to me though . If you already bought it just put it on and see how you go thats part of the fun.
 

headsmess

Miniriders OG
Joined
Feb 9, 2009
Messages
1,520
Reaction score
14
Location
sydney... north of
its a lousy looking shocky.,..
id prefer the wood alternative:p
looks like what came of the back of a vintage postie to me....
 
Top