This product is designed to balance out the chassis on these KTM & Husqvarna models. The link is 1.3mm longer than stock and will lower the back end 7-8mm and help keep the bike more balanced off jump faces and over rough terrain. This link reduces wallowing, puts more preload on the shock spring and helps the shock use the full range of travel. Recommended sag with the Rideng Link is 100-103mm.
Ride Engineering's Husqvarna performance link has a new application on the FE 250/350/450/501 '14-'16.
It will lower the rear on these models 33mm (1 1/4")! Set the fork between 12-15mm from flush and use around 100mm of sag.
If you're a vertically challenged desert rider, this set up handled good in the dry loose dirt, ate up the hard pack whoops
and still provided a cushy ride. Best of all while riding back home its much easier to reach the ground at traffic lights.
Husqvarna redesigned the FEs in 2017 and each model rides about 13mm lower (1/2") stock. This same link will lower these
models: FE 250/350/450/501 '17-'22; TE 150/250/300 '17-'22; 19-20mm (3/4") as the center knuckle has remained unchanged.
If you own a '17 +, set the sag between 100-105 and slide the forks up 10-12mm in the triple clamps.
Performance: 2015.5-2021.5 SX250F/450F FACTORY EDITION - 2016-2022 SX-F/XC-F 250/350F/450F; 2016-2022 SX125/150; 2017-2022 XC250/XC300 - HUSKY: 2016-2022 FC 250/350/450; 2016-2022 TC125; 2017-2022 TC250/TX300/FX350/FX450; GASGAS 2021-2022 MC/EX 125/250/300/250F/350F/450F
Lowering: 2014-2022 FE250/350/450/501; 2017-2022 TE150/250/300; 2021-2022 GasGas EC300