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Offline Deefer

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Mk1/2 rear shock flux linkage plates
on: January 17, 2021, 10:00:02 AM
If your not sure what these are all about do a search on the forum for flux plates.

Essentially these plates replace the oem ones which are have a profile/angle which is progressive to allow for riders of all different weights.

These replacement plates have a different angle / profile so they make the linkage linear not progressive, which in doing so reduces the kick in the spine over higher bumps.

Simple change which makes a big difference on the road, and a good bang for the buck  particularly if you’ve still got the standard shock fitted.

Picture in link https://imgur.com/a/THYULhY

Looking for £20

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Re: Mk1/2 rear shock flux linkage plates
Reply #1 on: January 17, 2021, 10:15:24 AM
*Originally Posted by Deefer [+]
If your not sure what these are all about do a search on the forum for flux plates.

Essentially these plates replace the oem ones which are have a profile/angle which is progressive to allow for riders of all different weights.

These replacement plates have a different angle / profile so they make the linkage linear not progressive, which in doing so reduces the kick in the spine over higher bumps.

Simple change which makes a big difference on the road, and a good bang for the buck  particularly if you’ve still got the standard shock fitted.

Picture in link https://imgur.com/a/THYULhY

Looking for £20

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Re: Mk1/2 rear shock flux linkage plates
Reply #2 on: January 17, 2021, 12:25:24 PM
Hi Deefer,

For potential buyers it would be good if you explain which fluxplates you sell.
Flux tried different iterations . I made 2 myself (the FLUX mk I and FLUX mk II ) and the difference in riding between the two is substantial.
I prefer the Flux mark  II.

Flux mark I :
Dogbone-swingarm:79mm
Shock-dogbone : 74mm
Shock-swingarm : 69.5mm

Flux mark II :
DogBone-swingarm : 76mm
Shock-dogbone :59mm
Shock-swingarm : 68mm
Last Edit: January 17, 2021, 12:31:26 PM by gvy

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Re: Mk1/2 rear shock flux linkage plates
Reply #3 on: January 27, 2021, 02:33:15 PM
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