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Forks – Air vs Coil Springs

3 weeks ago | Words: Andy Wigan | Photos: Jarrad Duffy | Andy Wigan

To get an insight into the relative feel, performance and adjustability of air-sprung and coil-spring forks, we rounded up three 2017-model KTM 350s, and put WP’s new 48mm AER (air-sprung) and Xplor (coil-sprung) forks head-to-head in a variety of terrain. The Air vs Coil Springs article can be found on
page 94 of Transmoto‘s 2016 September-October (#59) issue, embedded below.

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