Motorcycle Suspension

SERVICESbrown_kyb_works_forks

Email:
Questions about parts and services: sales@fealsuspension.com

 

Address:  1640 E. Francis St.
Ontario, CA 91761 USA


To ship your suspension is as easy as 1-2-3!

     1.  Print and fill out rider's information sheet 
     2.  Package your suspension w/ rider's info sheet (Gun Cases work well)
*make sure to bubble wrap all parts*
     3.  Ship to :      Feal Suspension, Inc.
                                1640 E. Francis St.
Ontario, CA 91761
USA

REVALVE

Improperly tuned or stock suspension does not allow many riders to reach their potential, limiting how fast and long they can ride. Are you having trouble keeping speed through breaking bumps, accelerating bumps, corners, or other common terrain that you ride? Chances are that your suspension is improperly tuned or is stock.

We understand your needs and have spent countless hours testing and developing a suspension revalve service for you. Our revalve service allows riders like you to ride faster, longer, and with more confidence.

Your revalve includes:
  • Full disassembly and inspection of all parts
  • Custom valving based on your weight, height, riding ability, and terrain you ride
  • Reassembly replacing any worn parts and using high quality suspension fluids and greases
  • Custom settings such as oil level ensuring your suspension performance potential is maximized
  • Feal Suspension decals
Fork Pair, labor: $ 195.00*
 
Shock, labor: $ 195.00*

*Prices do not include wear parts if needed or suspension fluids

We guarantee you will be satisfied or we will revalve your suspension again at no charge within 14 days of initial purchase.
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REBUILD

Suspension fluids and wear parts break down resulting in poor suspension performance. If you are a competitive racer we recommend rebuilding your suspension every 20 hours of ride time. You may not need parts replaced every time, but new fluid will yield a noticeable performance improvement.
Your Rebuild includes:
  • Full disassembly and inspection of all parts
  • Reassembly replacing any worn parts and using high quality suspension fluids and greases.
  • Feal Suspension decals
  • Custom settings such as oil level ensuring your suspension performance potential is maximized
Forks, labor: $ 90.00* 
 
Shock, labor: $ 90.00* 
 
*prices do not include wear parts if needed or suspension fluids

PRO PRIVATEER KIT

The ultimate factory look and maximum performance! The Pro Privateer Kit includes:

  • Revalve forks
  • Revalve shock
  • Anodize upper fork tubes (Black or Magnesium)
  • Anodize shock body (Black or Magnesium)
  • Anodize fork bleeders  (Red, Blue, Brown, or Black)
  • Anodize shock adjusters and caps (Red, Blue, Brown, or Black)
Pro Privateer Kit: $ 720.00*

Available for all bikes including minis and KTMs.

*Wear parts and fluid are not included in the price.

Picture Below: KXF250 Pro Privateer Kit (red/black color option).

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LOWERING

For riders that demand a lower stance we offer lowering of the shock and forks. We strongly recommend revalving suspension when lowering in order to account for geometry changes. We successfully lower bikes enabling riders to gain confidence and comfort while riding.
Lowering Forks (Includes Rebuild, labor) $120 
Lowering Shock (Includes Rebuild, labor) $120
*Price does not include wear parts if needed or suspension fluid.
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PARTS/COATINGS

We carry most OEM suspension wear parts as well as springs. Call for wear part prices.

Coatings:

  • Anodize coating of the fork lugs $150
  • DLC coating of the lower fork legs, pair $450
  • Anodize coating of the upper fork tubes $200
  • DLC coating of the shock shaft $250
  • Anodize coating of the shock body $200

Fork springs: $109.95 pairWebsite, products 2

Shock springs: 109.95 each

Custom Springs From $149.95 
We can get custom spring rates that are uncommon. Just tell us what the rider weight is and we can get a spring custom made just for you.

Variable rate springs are also available. Custom made springs take about 2-3 weeks to make.

STREET

Feal Suspension maintains and tunes street bike suspension.Website, street 1

Rebuild Fork Pair        $120

Rebuild Shock            $120

Revavle Fork Pair        $200

Revalve Shock            $200

Anodize Fork Tubes    $150

Fork Springs          $119.95

Shock Spring         $119.95

MINI 4 STROKE

We offer the same suspension services for your mini 4 stroke as we do for full size race bikes. We have done testing with various popular aftermarket suspension systems including; Marzocchi, Elka, Race Tech, Pitster, and KX models damping rod forks. We have found that these suspension systems can yield great performance when properly tuned to the riders weight, height, riding ability, and terrain commonly ridden. We take pride in making your mini 4 stroke's suspension perform as well as a tuned full size race bike's.
"As seen on the podium of almost every racing class in every Mini race such as Mini Moto SX, Las Vegas"Website, Mini 1

Mini Fork Springs
Pitster fork springs, .55kg/mm (one of the best upgrades for the Pitster): $119.95
KLX/DRZ110 Fork springs, .50kg/mm: $119.95
KX/RM65 Fork springs, .50kg/mm: $119.95
KTM65 Fork springs,. .50kg/mm: $119.95
Marzocchi Shiver Fork springs .45kg/mm or .50kg/mm: $119.95
CR85 Fork springs .46kg/mm: $119.95
Mini Fork Mods
KLX/DRZ 110 Stock Fork Mods

Also ttr90, ttr110, crf70

Stage 1  $209.95
-Custom damping rod mods performed based on rider's weight, height, riding ability, and terrain
-Appropriate fork spring rate installed and custom spring pre-load set
-Custom fluid level set using high grade fork fluid

Stage 2  $299.95
-Stage 1 mods
-Addition of extended billet damping rods (1.5")

Stage 3  $449.95
-Stage 1 mods
-Stage 2 mods
-Addition of custom tuned emulators installed

Anodize lower fork legs $150
-Reduces friction
-Creates a more durable surface
-The works look everybody is after
-Brown, Black, Gun Metal Green

Revalve available for Marzocchi 35mm, Pitster, and Sano Forks

Also KTM 65 forks
Revalve, labor $150
-Full disassembly and inspection of all parts
-Custom valving based on rider's weight, height, riding ability, and terrain
-Reassembly replacing any worn parts and setting custom fluid level using synthetic suspension fluid

Anodize upper tubes for Marzocchi and Pitster
$150 for the pair
 
Anodize fork caps (brown, black, green, ....)  for Marzocchi and Pitster
$100 for the pair


Mini Shock ModsWebsite, Mini 3
Mini Shock Rebuild, labor  $90*

  • Full disassembly and inspection of all parts
  • Reassembly replacing any worn parts and using high quality suspension fluids and greases.
  • Feal Suspension decals

Mini Shock Revalve, labor  $150*

  • Full disassembly and inspection of all parts
  • Custom valving based on your weight, height, riding ability, and terrain you ride
  • Reassembly replacing any worn parts and using high quality suspension fluids and greases.
  • Feal Suspension decals
  *prices do not include wear parts if needed or suspension fluids

In addition to shock services, we stock many wear parts and in most cases have higher performance wear parts such as seals, bump stops, and bushings.

We service most mini bike shocks including:

BBR
DNM
Elka
Fox
I-Shock
Marzocchi
Race Tech
We have proudly supported Team BBR riders, Sik Tendencies Racing, Team Moto HP, Team Top Notch Performance, Team Mini Cartel, CHP riders ...

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TUNING TIPS

After we perform a revalve we pre-set your external adjustments as well. If you wish to exlpore different external settings on your suspension, the charts below will be handy.

FRONT

Condition (front) What to do
Too soft all the way through the travel Turn Compression adjuster clockwise in increments of 3 clicks until ride feels better.
Head shake There are several factors. Turn Compression adjuster counter
clockwise in increments of 3 clicks until ride feels better OR turn compression adjuster clockwise in increments of 3 clicks until ride
feels better OR raise front end by moving forks in clamps within factory range.
Washes out in corners Turn Compression adjuster clockwise in increments of 3 clicks
until ride feels better OR turn Rebound adjuster clockwise in increments of 2 clicks until ride feels better
Dives but feels harsh Turn Compression adjuster clockwise in increments of 3 clicks until ride feels better.
Feels loose Turn Compression adjuster clockwise in increments of 3 clicks until ride feels better.
Bike does not recover fast enough after cornering Turn Rebound adjuster counter clockwise in increments of 2 clicks until ride feels better.
Dives too much Turn Compression adjuster clockwise in increments of 3 clicks until ride feels better.
Too harsh all the way through the travel Turn Compression adjuster counter clockwise in increments of 3 clicks until ride feels better.

REAR

Condition (rear) What to do
Does not stay straight over terrain Turn Rebound adjuster clockwise in increments of
2 clicks until ride feels better.
Kicks up when decelerating or down hills Turn Rebound adjuster clockwise in increments of
2 clicks until ride feels better.
Kicks when accelerating Turn Rebound adjuster clockwise in increments of
2 clicks until ride feels better.
Not enough traction Turn Rebound adjuster counter clockwise in increments
of 2 clicks until ride feels better.
Stays squatted, packs Turn Rebound adjuster counter clockwise in increments
of 2 clicks until ride feels better.
Harsh in small square edge terrain Turn High Speed Compression adjustment counter clockwise
in increments of 1 turn until ride feels better.
Too soft all the way through the travel Turn Low Speed Compression adjuster clockwise in increments
of 3 clicks until ride feels better.
Squats but feels harsh Turn Low Speed Compression adjuster clockwise in increments
of 3 clicks until ride feels better.
Too harsh all the way through the travel Turn Low Speed Compression adjuster counter clockwise
in increments of 3 clicks until ride feels better.

 

Race Sag:
  1. Measure distance from a point on the rear wheel axle to a point directly above (rear fender) when the bike is on the stand.
  1. With the rider sitting center position on the seat, measure distance between the same points.
  1. Subtract these two measurements from each other and you have your race sag.
There is no magic number for race sag because riding ability and style vary. The common ranges are as follows:
65cc MOTORCYCLES            70-75mm
85cc MOTORCYCLES            85-90mm
125-650cc MOTORCYCLES  95-115mm
Static Sag:
  1. Measure distance from a point on the rear wheel axle to a point directly above (rear fender) when the bike is on the stand.
  1. Then with the bike standing on its own measure distance between the same points. You may want to push down on the rear to settle the suspension al let it come back on its own.
  1. Subtract these two measurements from each other and you have static sag.
Static sag for a full size dirt motorcycle should be around 250 mm. (check your manual for mini bikes as they vary)
In some cases you may have the correct shock spring based on your riding criteria but will not be able to set proper race sag without keeping static sag in the 250mm range. In this case you should compromise race sag to get close to the proper static sag measure of 250mm.
Feel free to call us at (909) 930-1300 for any additional questions.