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  1. Africa Twin
    Forum Members, Hello and happy holidays! My 1990 RD04 was purchased with a Showa rear shock, black spring and a remote Showa reservoir of MV1-003. Was the original OEM spring red? I am curious to learn if Showa shock and spring are OEM. Thanks in advance for your feedback. David
  2. Dominator / FMX
    Does anyone happen to know the correct Showa model number and the correct standard spring length for a 1990(produced) bike.I have the 88-89 shop service manual and it gives the length for the spring for Highest, Standard and lowest but the measurements don't seem to fit the Showa unit I have...
  3. Dominator / FMX
    They might be Showa Forks on the FX but dont think much of the spring and spacers: Wirth's fitted, along with Taper Head bearings to replace the sad looking ball races
  4. Africa Twin
    Hi, Wondering if this fork for a XR650L can fit on my AT? Can get it for a good price, and they are brand new....anybody any experience?
  5. XR
    Hi All Anyone have kicking around the white plastic bits that the fork gaitors attach to on a Honda xr 250/400 front forks part No 51612-KA4-831 BAND, BOOT (UPPER) (SHOWA)
  6. Africa Twin
    Ok so ive sold my long time love the Drz :( so ive got some bits left over :D so how about a pair of SHOWA forks and yokes on a Africa Twin :D full adjustable for preload and rebound and free. Ive also got a 4 pot Braking caliper for the forks as well.... Well people what do u think ...
  7. For Sale / Wanted
    Hi i have for sale a battery box, complete seat, and an original showa shock all off of my 96 at offers invited
  8. Africa Twin
    Hi guys, I need an advice about front suspension.. I have showa front forks already fitted on my AT and I need to have them resprung and revalved for this heavier bike, but I don't know where is any good service for suspension in Scotland...Any ideas? Thank you very much for any suggestions ;)
  9. Africa Twin
    The shock on my RD04 AT is looking a bit sorry for itself, with a really rusty spring, and although it still seems to work OK, I'm guessing with it's age and the milage on the bike it'll probably be a bit tired by now (just don't know enough about shocks myself to say for sure and have only...
  10. Mechanical Advice
    Attempting to replace seals in a Showa rear shock, book says remove spring, ring clip and backing plate, done. Release Nitrogen, Problem, release the Nitrogen how the blazes does one refill with Nitrogen once the point of reverse procudure to reassemble has been reached :confused: Help :binky:
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