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post #1 of 31 (permalink) Old 09-24-2020, 03:10 PM Thread Starter
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Lightbulb Introductory Wilbers LDC Nivomat Offer!

We would like to introduce the Wilbers LDC Nivomat system to the FJR lovers here! The Wilbers LDC Nivomat shock absorber incorporates a fully automatic hydro-pneumatic leveling system, developed with the technology of the famed ZF Nivomat system that comes with a 5 year warranty. Once the single rider sag is set, the rider will not need to manually adjust anything on their suspension, even if they have luggage or a new partner on board!

This system’s great advantage on a bike is held in its unique combination of self-leveling suspension mixed with a progressive gas spring and dynamic damping action. Essentially the leveling, damping adjustment, and spring rate systems are all housed in one unit. Activation and control of the unit happens mechanically and hydraulically.



How it works:
  1. The Wilbers LDC is activated and ready to go from the start.
  2. When the rider gets on their vehicle, it will drop to their pre-defined height set by the rider sag.
  3. Whenever the vehicle drops below the standard rider sag when extra weight (a passenger or luggage) is added, the system will attempt to return to its pre-defined height.
  4. After driving approximately mile, the bike automatically adjusts its damping to return to its pre-defined height.



The LDC Nivomat system is pre-set in a way so that it allows the rider to reach their pre-set sag for solo use immediately, about 1/3 of the total spring travel distance. In this state, the system offers a reduced spring rate and damping compared to a conventional shock absorber for maximum comfort. Whenever a passenger and/or luggage is added to the bike, the vehicle will sink, compressing the spring which negatively affects the vehicle geometry and handling. With a standard shock, the rider would have to adjust the preload on their spring, which will bring the bike back to a proper sag. However, in this standard shock, unlike the LDC system, there is no dynamic change of damping and the rider’s experience may not be the best it could be.



With a Wilbers LDC Nivomat shock, you simply set it and forget it. The shock does the work for the rider, increasing performance, comfort, and rideability!

The revolutionary self-leveling – ride height adjusting – suspension system for any load situation.



For information on fitment and pricing, visit our Nivomat page at: https://wilbersusa.com/nivomat-shock-ordering/#yamaha or call our office at 732-786-9777 with any questions!


As an introductory offer, we would like to offer 40% off the MSRP to 3 FJR owners local to the NJ/tri-state area! Please private message us for more details.


For all other FJR owners that have their eye on this system or other products offered by EPM, we are happy to offer 10% off your order when you mention the FJR Owners Forum when placing your order. If Wilbers LDC Nivomat shocks aren't your thing, we can discuss other options from YSS or Hyperpro if they're available for your FJR or other bikes as well! Reach out to us and we'll work with you to help upgrade your ride for a more comfortable and enjoyable ride. To view our other offerings, visit our main website at https://www.epmperf.com, e-mail us at [email protected] or call 732-786-9777.

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Tri state area means nothing to any of us.. to me it means Washington Idaho and Oregon .. how about the rest of you ...what is your tri state area ??
PS I am interested ..also 40% off means nothing without a starting price .....
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Tri state area means nothing to any of us.. to me it means Washington Idaho and Oregon .. how about the rest of you ...what is your tri state area ??
PS I am interested ..also 40% off means nothing without a starting price .....
So I'm not the only one. I am interested in 40% off as well, but I'm in Texas. My Tri State area is Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas . You can't wave 40% off in front of us and then just say 10% off for the rest, you gotta do better than that. Once you sell to us and we like it, you pretty much have all FJRs that matter. Just sayin.
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EPMPerf is from NJ? not sure what tri-state is either.
Price is in the link..... $1079-1259
I suppose you can read up on it some more, I'm not sure what to think about it.

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Tri state area is what is commonly used to refer to New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
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Tri state area is what is commonly used to refer to New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.

And like I said My Tri State area is different ..whats the tri state area for South Dakota ...?? SD ND and MN ?? ,,see how other places besides the center of the known universe can use the same colloquialisms to mean something different
Anyway why not offer that great price to the first 3 people in america ..or the world for that matter ???
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I'm with way8lifter, in the tri-state WA, ID, and OR. Looking for a rear shock right now. Can I please be West Coast Tri-State Fan #2?
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tri state area means nothing to any of us.. To me it means washington idaho and oregon .. How about the rest of you ...what is your tri state area ??
Ps i am interested ..also 40% off means nothing without a starting price .....
This is proof of this being the "Tri-State Area"!



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Sorry Everyone!

We are located in NJ. The 40% off is to come to our shop with your bike have us install take photos and then give a little review on the product.

The price starts at $1079.00 MSRP for the rear shock. There is also a kit with fork springs for $1259.00.

Sorry about the confusion. We actually went to edit the post but have not posted enough here to edit.

They are available for every year FJR.

Thanks again.
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