1987-2007 KLR650 Fork Springs 011-1151

Progressive Fork SpringsKLR650A '87-'07

Kawasaki KLR650 Fork Springs with spacers
Special Price $99.95 Regular Price $103.95
SKU
771151

Larry Roeseler Signature Series Fork Springs for improved handling of your Kawasaki KLR650 1987-2007.  Why? KLR650 front fork springs are very weak and cause a lot of dive.

Larry, along with Progressive Suspension, have tested and fine tuned the KLR650 spring application to give you the best performance possible. The Progressively Wound Signature Series Fork Springs are made from the highest quality spring materials available, then shot peened for strength. As a final step, they are polished to reduce friction within the fork and minimize oil contamination.

How good are they? Guaranteed for life against sagging or breakage! Our kit includes the option to have the pre-cut spacers you need to make the springs work correctly.

Spring Rate: OEM Spring Rate: 0.40 kg/mm; Progressive Spring Rate: 0.46 - 0.71 kg/mm

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  • I'm going to know five KLR with Progressive Springs how long spacers do I need to put in with those. I'll weight 230lbs
    Question by: Thomas Thomas on 2018-07-25 23:10:00

    Select the spacers in the drop down munu and they will work fine for you.

    Answer by: Tim on 2018-07-25 19:10:00
  • Hi there,Can I install those progressive springs on my KLR 650 (2011 model).
    Question by: Luca on 2018-07-23 20:58:00

    You would use the spings found HERE

    Answer by: Tim on 2018-07-23 16:58:00
  • How long is the spacer for a 1988 with progressive fork springs?Thanks
    Question by: Roger on 2018-03-12 20:00:00

    2 3/4" plus or minus

    Answer by: Tim on 2018-03-12 16:00:00
  • I intend on installing gold valve cartridge fork emulators with these springs. Do i still need to install pre-cut spacers?
    Question by: grant on 2016-04-05 00:47:00

    Yes you will need a spacer. Measure the Gold valve and adjust accrdingly.

    Answer by: Tim on 2016-04-04 20:47:00