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How & Why to Get Your WP Suspension Set Up

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

How many people who buy a new dirt bike get its suspension modified before the thing is even wheeled out of the dealership? What modification options are available with WP Suspension components, and what does each option cost? And how much do you need to spend if you want to fit your bike with the same WP Pro fork and shock absorber that world champions run? Shane Place, Dealer Principal at KTM Newcastle – one of Australia’s most successful KTM dealerships, which is also an Authorised WP Suspension Centre – talks us through the answers to those questions in straight-up, no-bullshit language.


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