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07-31-2020 04:50 PM
Berto432 I had the same question when moving up from a 2010 to a 2014. I contacted SuperBrace and they said you don't need one with the inverted shocks, so i sold the one off my 2010.
07-25-2020 08:08 PM
AtlRiderrr
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Do they make one for the GenIII A? I love the fork brace on my other bike.
See the link in the first post of this thread.
LOL touche’
07-25-2020 07:04 AM
RaYzerman I'm with Steve. On an FJR, save yer money for gas or new fork springs of a proper spring rate. Best suspension bang for the buck ever.
07-25-2020 02:09 AM
Bernie
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Originally Posted by AtlRiderrr View Post
Do they make one for the GenIII A? I love the fork brace on my other bike.
See the link in the first post of this thread.
07-24-2020 11:10 PM
shifterkart26
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Iíve used Superbraces on all of my old Hondaís with no negative results but you need to take some time so you Donít add anything negative in like side loading the fork legs or binding, you shouldnít just bolt it In willy-nilly.

Now truthfully the fjr has such a beefy fork it really isnít needed and the es forks are even more so, so my advice is to say your money and use it for gas. My .02
Well said!
07-24-2020 09:23 PM
passx I’ve used Superbraces on all of my old Honda’s with no negative results but you need to take some time so you Don’t add anything negative in like side loading the fork legs or binding, you shouldn’t just bolt it In willy-nilly.

Now truthfully the fjr has such a beefy fork it really isn’t needed and the es forks are even more so, so my advice is to save your money and use it for gas. My .02
07-24-2020 09:16 PM
AtlRiderrr
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You can't put a Superbrace on upside down fork legs.
Do they make one for the GenIII A? I love the fork brace on my other bike.
07-24-2020 06:04 PM
Bernie You can't put a Superbrace on upside down fork legs.
07-24-2020 05:49 PM
shifterkart26
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I've always felt that a brace like this just masks rather than fixes a problem. If you have a wobble then address it or it will manifest itself somewhere or somehow else.
There isn't a wobble. I am asking the forum if anyone has used it and if there was or wasn't an improvement.
07-24-2020 05:01 PM
rbentnail I've always felt that a brace like this just masks rather than fixes a problem. If you have a wobble then address it or it will manifest itself somewhere or somehow else.
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