Honda CRF 1000 L Africa Twin Rear Shock Upgrade

Honda CRF 1000 L Africa Twin Rear Shock Upgrade
Posted on July 25, 2016
Archive : July 2016
Category : News

The Nitron NTR-ADV range was developed specifically for the adventure/touring bike market
and as such its characteristics suits the Africa Twin perfectly. With its large 46mm piston, 16mm piston road, rugged pressurised nitrogen monotube design and hard anodised billet aluminium components, the NTR-ADV is built for heavy loads and prolonged hard use. The specifics of the Africa Twin threw up several challenges and as fitment to the very latest models seems to dictate, shocks have to operate within a very confined space.

One example is the all new large capacity piggyback reservoir which is offset to the main shock body. Tests have shown that this design gives optimum dispersal of heat whilst enabling excellent fine tuning of small bump ride performance. After an extensive development and vigorous programs testing, all objectives have been achieved. With impressive levels of improvement achieved, the NTR-ADV is now available in package options optimised specifically for the Africa Twin.

Each shock is custom built and tuned for the individual rider, being valved and sprung to your specific weight requirements. Delivery times are usually between 10-14 days. Please contact sales@nitron.co.uk for more details.

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