was Fork brace, now RaceTech cartridge emulators

William K Denton wkdenton at verizon.net
Wed Jun 29 09:15:55 PDT 2011

Hey Randy,

If you're willing to talk to them, RaceTech "will" put together a set of 
emulators for any bike.  All they need is some info on internal fork 
dimensions and other necessary info for the bike.  A friend of mine is doing 
just that, as we speak, for a '77 XS750 triple.  If it can be done for a 
'70's bike, I would imagine that they can handle a 90's application...?

I put a set in my (fast, black) '96 about 9 years ago when they were still 
available.  I've been very happy with the results at all speeds, which is, 
of course the thing that cartridge forks do well and drilled damper rods 
don't do well (the "all speeds" thing).

Bill Denton
Yardley, PA
wkdenton at verizon.net
Lazarus Cycleworks, LLC
We Breathe New Life into Old Bikes

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Randy noneofyourbusiness" <tuner_delorean at yahoo.com>

anything that could make it more stable in those conditions, I have to try.


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