K-Tech Suspension KTR-4 Front Forks Launches - Kratos Motorsports

K-Tech Suspension KTR-4 Front Forks Launches

K-Tech Suspension, the specialist suspension manufacturer and supplier to race championship-winning riders worldwide, has unveiled the latest edition to its growing catalogue of high quality suspension products, the KTR-4 front forks.

The KTR-4 front forks use the patent championship-winning DDS (Direct Damping System) technology, which has been designed to compete at the highest levels of motorcycle racing.  The DDS pressurised damping system uses 20mm displacing pistons to create a high flow of oil through the 32mm control valves to give precise damping control.  The patent design eliminates cavitation making the system very stable under extreme conditions, the damping circuits are designed to work independently to improve the dynamics and response time.  The system is pressurised by a spring force keeping it stable under all working temperatures.

The new KTR4 forks benefit from having 0.5kg less un-sprung mass than the previous KTR-3 forks and 10% more flex. Using the highest quality materials, stringent design tolerances, latest processes and treatments, the KTR-4 front forks are now 1kg lighter than its predecessors and has been designed for optimum performance and weight, making it a serious option for any level of rider or race team.

K-Tech Suspension has supplied high quality products to numerous championship winning teams over the past 15 years, including 16 time TT winner Ian Hutchinson as well as number of victorious BSB, AMA and World Supersport teams. Each product has been designed and manufactured by K-Tech’s team of expert engineers, who are committed to producing high quality, high performance suspension products that the racing industry demands.

The KTR-4 front forks have been manufactured to ISO 9001 accreditation standards and are supplied with additional springs and tools to benefit the user.

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