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Thread: Shock Absorber for Royal Enfield bullet STD 350CC

                  
   
   
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    Shock Absorber for Royal Enfield bullet STD 350CC

    I知 having royal Enfield 1998 model and my rear shocks are in bad shape and I知 planning to change it. Well I知 confused between the hydraulic shocks and gas filled shocks. One of my friend told me that the gas filled shocks are costly which is about 1800RS and it doesn稚 last for long and it has a frequently gas leakage problem and regarding the classic shocks are cheap it will cost RS800/- which is hard but its last for long. Can anyone suggest, if the above points are true. Also which shocks to go with?

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    You must go with the gas shocks which will be well in good and if those shocks are not last long then royal Enfield would not be using it in their latest model. You must go for the traditional one which is well in good.

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    With my personal experience I think classic one is better then the gas. I had used the gas shock which is really bad and I need to change it in short time then I went to classic. Well your bring the standard version better to go for the classic but if you are a person looking for a spongy ride then go for the Gas-filled type.

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    I think you must go for the classic old shocks. There is a technical problem in gas filled shocks as they are 1 size longer which result in more pressure in bike chain sprocket. My personal assumption is gas filled shock should be used in the bikes which is designed to use these shock.

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