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post #1 of 4 Old 01-06-20, 12:55 Thread Starter
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Stiffer front springs STR 675R 2014

Hi,
I own a Street Triple 675R 2014 - great bike, very happy with it however I weight 95 kg without gear and I believe I need a stiffer front springs. I found some springs option for older model but I have not been able to find any for my model. Can you please advise ?
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post #2 of 4 Old 01-07-20, 20:28
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You certainly will want stiffer springs. Im roughly 80-85kg and run significantly heavier aprings than stock (albeit for race usage).

If you know one go to your local suspension guy, they can advise you on spring rate. If you don't know one, check withe the local race organization. Check the track/race section for help finding one.

Since you used kg i doubt you are in the USA, but if you are, RaceTech is an easy to use spring rate calculator and will certainly have springs for a street triple. Any reputable dealer/motorcycle shop can swap springs for you.
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Just go to racetech.com, Click on the "Spring Rate Search" and enter all your information. It will tell you exactly what set of springs you need.

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Many thanks for your replies.
The guess was right, I am not from states :-)
Racetech is very helpfull.
Depending on my preferences the spring rate for me should be 0.9 or 0.95 kg per mm.
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