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For the road racer, TFX springs can help you brake later, get on the gas sooner and increase your lean angle by maintaining cornering clearance and preventing excessive dive under braking. At the same time it can help maintain proper chassis geometry under acceleration, increasing your confidence level at the limit of traction.
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And for the street rider, TFX springs are vital to tailor your machine to your exact weight, riding style and preferred riding conditions, delivering a stable, compliant ride, improving cornering clearance, and reducing dive, squat and bottoming. In many cases, using the proper, stiffer springs, front and rear, actually improves ride quality while it takes handling to the next level of performance.
In the extension of the TFX shock absorber, TFX springs are an important part of the suspension system, other than the tires. They are what holds the bike up, support it under braking and accelerating, and pushes the wheels into dips in the road. Without proper spring selection, the system will not work correctly, no matter what adjustments are made.
Spring rate determines how the bike responds to varying loads. Prolonged braking, acceleration and cornering g’s are examples of changing loads. Under severe braking, the fork springs (assisted by the air spring component created by compressing the volume of air above the oil) have to be able to support the total mass of bike and rider (less front end unsprung mass) while still having some travel available for traction.
The rear spring needs to support the whole bike and rider during strong acceleration while still having some travel available for traction. During cornering, the two ends need to be sufficiently balanced so that one end doesn’t compress dramatically more than the other.
TFX offers a wide range of springs for almost all shocks. Variety in colour is possible.