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post #1 of 19 Old 06-12-2016, 12:08 PM Thread Starter
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2011 - 2015 rear suspension link conversion

Pair of new link plates for the gen4.
Higher ratio than standard.
Uses standard gen4 dogbone link.
Also allow the 2016 showa bfrc rear shock to be fitted.
Cnc made in uk out of high grade alluminuim.
Come with 3 alloy ride height shims.
39.99 Free postage to uk mainland.



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how's the ride feel with these and he gen five rear?


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Its fantastic. The spring is slightly softer so its more comfortable but the damping is so good on the gen5 shock that with the increased ratio plates fitted it works the shock so much better than the standard setup and it feels more controlled when your on the gas or leant right over.
Just because i sell these plates doesnt mean that im talking them up to sell them. I dont make hardly anything out of them and i dont have much spare time to sort out packing them.
Im just being honest that i was having handling problems with the standard rear setup and now ive got full confidence in it.
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Nice! How much to ship to Canada? Postal code: V5A 4X1

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My plates and spacers arrived today. Quality stuff! Thanks ukzx10r! I wish I could give the members some feedback but I won't be sourcing a Gen5 shock until my original Gen4 shock starts to go bad.

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