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Now Available: FJ-09 Drop-In Revalved Cartridge Kits

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Finally, for all those who have been asking! Patience is a virtue and you've been waiting for a while. You deserve a reward...
 
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If you're looking to upgrade the forks on your 2014-2016 FZ-09, 2015+ FJ-09, or 2016+ XSR900, look no further. We took our popular 20 mm Fork Piston Kit and pre-built a stock cartridge so that you don't need to worry about tearing into your own, finding a trusted local shop to do your dirty work, or enduring excessive downtime. If you can follow the factory service manual to remove the factory cartridge, this is a job you can handle!
 
Kit includes:
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[*]Pre-valved stock cartridge - drop-in ready[*]Fork oil[*]Cartridge bolt crush washer[*]Stoltec Moto fork leg decals[*]Drop-in fork springs (optional)[/ul]
For more details, see here: 14-16 FZ-09 / 15+ FJ-09 / 16+ XSR900 Drop-In Cartridge Kit | Stoltec Moto
 
If you don't have the necessary tools to complete the job, we have some optional tool rentals which will take care of all the non-standard tools:
 
Standard Fork Tool Kit
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Details here: DIY KYB Fork Tool Rental | Stoltec Moto
 
Fork Seal Driver (not required for cartridge installation - only if you're swapping seals).
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Details here: Fork Seal Driver Rental | Stoltec Moto
 
Contact us with any questions at sales@stoltecmoto.com

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is this for 1 cartridge to replace the single OEM cartridge or is this for 2 cartridges?

2012 wr250f - C-class 30+ age group
2015 fz-07- Hordpower Edition-80whp
2015 fj-09- Graves Exhaust w/Woolich tune by 2WDW @120whp

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This is for one cartridge to replace the cartridge in the RH leg. Nothing to mess with in the LH leg other than the spring.

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On 4/9/2018 at 4:50 PM, stoltecmoto said:

This is for one cartridge to replace the cartridge in the RH leg. Nothing to mess with in the LH leg other than the spring.

Is there a video of the process? I have done my standard fork tube on my 1999 VMax but this is inverted. Maybe YouTube? I'll check there too. OR as you say. Check the Service Manual. I have that too, Thanks!

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Besides, no matter how much stonk my engine has I'm still an old, slow guy. Takes more than horsepower to fix that.

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See here:  

 

This covers a full rebuild, which is more than you need to do.  But the beginning and end are fully applicable.  Of course, your bike only has one leg to R/R...

 

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22 hours ago, stoltecmoto said:

See here:  

 

This covers a full rebuild, which is more than you need to do.  But the beginning and end are fully applicable.  Of course, your bike only has one leg to R/R...

 

OK Cool, let me watch this a couple of times and I'm sure it's not a big deal. I've done regular forks on a 1999 VMax so I am familiar with forks, not inverted forks. Can't be that difficult. Then I will call you to tell you what kind of riding I do, my weight with gear and full packed weight so if you do different pistons/ valves for fluid, etc. for setups we'll get it right. Thanks for the video!

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Besides, no matter how much stonk my engine has I'm still an old, slow guy. Takes more than horsepower to fix that.

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46 minutes ago, tktplz said:

OK Cool, let me watch this a couple of times and I'm sure it's not a big deal. I've done regular forks on a 1999 VMax so I am familiar with forks, not inverted forks. Can't be that difficult. Then I will call you to tell you what kind of riding I do, my weight with gear and full packed weight so if you do different pistons/ valves for fluid, etc. for setups we'll get it right. Thanks for the video!

@tktplz  my buddy did the Stoltec fork cartridge swap with new springs on his FJ and coupled with a new shock, it is a very nice ride now. Give them a call, they can help you out, if you don’t have the right tools, they can rent them to you for the job. How cool is that?

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No, I haven't gone away. I have 2 meets in Arkansas this spring and after that, I'll move forward on the front and rear suspension. I'll have time to take it apart then before Fall events. 

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Besides, no matter how much stonk my engine has I'm still an old, slow guy. Takes more than horsepower to fix that.

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