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Thread: 750GS Upgraded Suspension Recommendations

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    750GS Upgraded Suspension Recommendations


    I have a 2020 750GS, and I find that even with modest braking, the front end dives considerably.

    1. Does anyone have any experience with the Touratech upgraded suspension with progressive front and rear springs. (Link below).

    2. If so, I have ESA; can I still use the Touratech rear spring with the ESA?

    3. If not the Touratech product, any suggestions for other products?

    Thanks in advance.

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    I donít know for sure with the F750GS, but I do know that the Touratech progressive spring kits for the F700GS are compatible with the ESA.

    Hopefully that bodes well. But I suggest you call Touratech and confirm. They have good knowledgeable tech support.

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    750GS Upgraded Suspension Recommendations

    Update: I ended up going with RaceTech springs and the gold valve treatment. Big improvement.

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    F750GS Upgraded Suspension Recommendations

    Been following this thread. I also have a 2019 F750GS. I wonder when you say big improvement can you explain why? What has improved and how has it affected handling and suspension? Thanks in advance!

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    I had the dealer install a set of Hyper-Pro springs. $200 for the springs and $330.00 for the install. What a difference. The "dive" has been reduced by 50% and the cornering is much more "RT" like. Love it.

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    I found the same dive issues on my 19 850gsa and ended up going with the tractive shock upgrade from Ted the head of the shop is a staggering wealth of knowledge and super helpful talking you through the options. The tour tech shocks are just rebranded tractive with a big surcharge for the Touratech logo.

    This was by far the best upgrade I've ever done to any bike and I was so blown away that I replaced the shocks on my other bike as well with upgrades from the same shop. Bike much more well behaved and I just wish I had done it sooner!

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    Andreani Cartridges + progressive springs and heavier weight oil are another good choice for your forks.

    I did this on my HP2 Enduro (very similar forks) and was very impressed with the improvement.

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