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Old 12-10-12, 23:44   #1
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Default Stock Spring Rates?

I poked around the archives a bit but could only find rates for the Daytona 675.
Does anyone know the specific spring rates for the Street Triples? standard & R models?

Wonder if the spring rates have been changed from year to year?

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According to RaceTech.com...

Front: 0.850 kg/mm
Rear: 11.28 kg/mm
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Thanks Scotty!
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You are welcome. That is actually for the standard model.

The R model has the spring rates (according to RaceTech.com)...

Front: .900 kg/mm
Rear: 12.6 kg/mm
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Blah, noticed this was not for Daytonas.

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According to RaceTech.com...

Front: 0.850 kg/mm
Rear: 11.28 kg/mm

The R model has the spring rates (according to RaceTech.com)...

Front: .900 kg/mm
Rear: 12.6 kg/mm
Yeah, but RaceTech is wrong - at least at the rear end.

Stock Street Trip has a rear spring rate of 8.6 kg/mm.
R rear spring rate is 11.3 kg/mm.
Haven't measured fork springs so I can't say if RaceTech is right or wrong.
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Old 12-19-12, 19:04   #7
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Information I got from Wilbers matches (near enough) the Racetech figure. Wilbers tech guys said the OE rear spring rate on the R model is 126N/mm, which converts to 12.8 kg/mm (my Wilbers shock has a 105 N/mm spring).
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