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Progressive Suspension

Progressive 990 Sport Shocks Triumph

Item: P723847

Progressive's 990 Sport Shocks offer ultimate adjustability from height to preload and rebound damping, these shocks can be made to suit your ride. Read More

$1,465.36
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Progressive 990 Sport Shocks Triumph

The 990 Sport Series shock features complete adjustability with a 0.4” adjustable height eyelet, rebound damping adjustment, high & low speed compression damping adjustment via easily accessible knobs and threaded, hand adjustable spring preload. The 990 features a high-pressure monotube with deflective disc damping routed through two unique circuits, delivering a consistent feel through the damper stroke for improved performance and stability. The intelligently engineered jounce bumper features a captured design to help smooth and control bottoming. Every shock is hand-built, tuned and dyno tested in Progressive's facility while also boasting a lifetime warranty. Engineered for aggressive, sport inspired riders, the 990 sets the mark for excellence on your motorcycle.

Features:

  • Adjustable height eyelet: 0.4”
  • Adjustable rebound damping
  • Hand adjustable preload
  • Adjustable high & low speed compression
  • High pressure gas monotube
  • Deflective disc damping
  • Lightweight aluminum body
  • Linear rate coil spring
  • Captured jounce bumper
  • Hand build in the USA
Made in the USA
This Product Fits
Triumph
Bonneville 2001-2015
Bonneville SE 2009-2015
Bonneville T100 2002-2016
Thruxton 900 2004-2016
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