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646 LEVEL1 LEVEL2 Progressive fork springs for Honda NC750X from 2013 These progressive fork springs are perfectly matched to the fork on the Honda NC750X. They make the fork better suited to the demands of motorcycle tour- ing. You will also experience a significantly improved response and greater reserves in extreme situations. The fork springs are made in Europe by Dutch sus- pension specialists Hyperpro. 405-5838 Touratech Suspension shock absorber for Honda NC750X / NC750S from 2013 type *Level1* This shock absorber is the right choice for normal touring on the Honda NC750X / NC750S. This type of shock absorber offers a large adjustment range with plenty of reserves to meet the demands of motorbike travel. Its floating piston design and fine damping adjustment enable a more suitable suspension setup and better balance than is possible with the bike manufacturer’s standard components. To compensate for large luggage loads, the spring preload can be adjusted using an adjustment tool. The damping setting on this Level1 shock allows the necessary degree of control over the bump and rebound to adjust the shock absorber to suit your individual ride comfort requirements. 405-5850 (Honda NC750X) 405-5860 (Honda NC750S) Touratech Suspension *rear* shock absor- ber for Honda NC750X / NC750S from 2013 type *Level 2* The Level 2 shock absorber for the Honda NC750X / NC750S is the right choice for long distance riding and touring use. This type of shock absorber offers a large adjustment range with plenty of reserves to meet the demands of motorbike travel. Its floating piston design, hydraulic preload and fine damping adjustment enable a more suitable suspension setup for different loading conditions than is possible with the bike manufacturer’s standard components. You can easily and quickly restore the bike’s balance via a hand wheel that adjusts the hydraulic spring preload. The damping setting on this Level 2 shock allows the necessary degree of control over the bump and rebound to adjust the shock absorber to suit your individual ride comfort requirements. 405-5855 (Honda NC750X) 405-5865 (Honda NC750S)

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