YSS Z Series Rear Shock | Rebound & Threaded Preload Adj | R100GS, R100GS-PD, R80GS Kalahari
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YSS Z Series Rear Shock | Rebound & Threaded Preload Adj | R100GS, R100GS-PD, R80GS Kalahari

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Shock Type: EMULSION
Code: MZ456-495TR-01

Price: $469.00

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Z model Gas Emulsion Shocks for Improved Performance.

  • Fine Thread Pre-Load Adjustment allowing you to set sag to the millimeter.
  • Correct 495mm length, model specific fitment.
  • Alternate Heavy Duty spring rate in stock.
  • 50 Micron steel cylinder for strength and long service life between rebuilds.
  • Long life Teflon reinforced seal head.
  • 45 mm Sintered Piston and 16 mm Heat Treated Hard Chrome Low Friction Shaft.
  • Fully rebuildable by us or any quality suspension shop.
  • Two year warranty

  • Customer Ratings & Reviews

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    5.0
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    5 (1)
    4 (0)
    3 (0)
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    1 (0)
    Would recommend this product.
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    5.0
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    5 (1)
    4 (0)
    3 (0)
    2 (0)
    1 (0)
    Would recommend this product.
    100%
    good solid shock
    5 out of 5
    Redline
    Location: northern IL
    Date: Apr21l 3, 2022
    Call Ted Porter who has always been helpful. Just needed a good all around replacement shock for 1992 R100GSPD. Ride the bike a few thousand miles a year and this fit the bill perfectly. Gave them my weight and they sprung it accordingly. Reb damp adjust works well, plenty of adjustability and being old school I dont mind the 2-3 min adjusting the threaded pre load for the few times a year I load er up. Might be nice to have the old style eccentric pre load cams employed on some of these shocks but oh well. I am going to ride a little more off road this season 22' and we'll see how it handles the heat build up but looking at the overall quality Im confident it will perform satisfactorily. Its a 30 year old bike with 65K mi worth of loose parts, marginal performance, poor handling characteristics and I love it! I figured what in the heck is a 1500.00 shock going to do to improve all that? thanks again to the guys at Beemershop!
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