Products being added regularly. Please call with any questions or concerns.

Super Alloy Racing Enduro Lite 105mm (POM Spacer Included)

$140.00

With the explosion of Enduro racing and many riders opting to run coil dampers, SAR launches its new Super LightWeight Enduro spring. At just 105mm in length with stroke capability up to 63mm, this new spring will provide the Enduro racer with an answer to keeping weight at a minimum, and the same accuracy as its 140mm big brother. Enduro lite spring weight starts at just 265 grams for 350lb lighter than any other spring out there.

Super Alloy Racing Enduro Spring – 105mm

Fitment; 200mm x 57mm and 216mm x 63mm.  Fox, Rockshox, Marzocchi, Cane creek, Avalanche, Boss, DVO, using our POM spacer system which allows the fitment to any shock on the market.

This means that fitment is universal and the fatigue rate is very low, you notice in riding that in rebound you do not have to control a spring that is always close to its maximum working capacity i.e. in deep stroke return or rebound your settings are of lower value, you are controlling lower spring energy at near bottom out, this means a more controlled rebound adjustment, in riding terms your bike feels more dynamic and responsive even when under preload situations.

Weights; All super alloy springs are lighter than its TI equivalent and maintaining a very low fatigue rate

Rate range 350lb though to 600lb in 25lb increments with an accuracy within 1.5%

Low retail cost, around half the cost of a quality TI spring

25LB Rate philosophy, It has always been an issue with getting the perfect spring rate, so introducing a 25lb increment change enables the rider to include the spring as a part of their tuning package thus buying two springs for different types of riding or surface i.e. you would choose to go 25lb lighter for more high-speed descent riding where compression values increase their range thus not relying on the spring so much for support, or a slightly higher rate for more longer adventure or day riding where speeds are lower and the need to climb more often with back packs on.