You pop them in your forks . Either on top or under the damper rod … And they act more like cartridge forks … Ours are quite basic .. specially rb .. they do require some setting up when the emulators are fitted .. oil level and viscosity .. could make a cheap option for a fork upgrade rather than retro fitting another set which would need yokes,boring and spacers… Etc
I have no experience of these gadgets though. I fitted progressive springs to my RC and they have a decent feel at the front. On my RB I had Maxton work their magic on the forks and the front end is absolutely superb.On the track they perform superbly, never bottoming out even under the hardest braking and always giving feel and feedback. They are matched to my weight and backed up by a set of Maxton’s own custom made rear shocks that are again just superb. A dearer option but highly recommended.
i have progressive springs …but i’m guessing they’re stock…which does surprise me alittle as it’s a race bike and they’re usually use for custom/cruisers…just found a good article on forks and emulators….http://www.fjmods.btinternet.co.uk/emulators.htm….