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Tuesday 5 December 2023

Rob's Dyno Service

Rob's Dyno Service - Indian Performance Front Fork Kits

Rob's Dyno Service is offering dealers access to performance front fork cartridges, rear shocks supply and a service program for Indian Motorcycle Big Twins. These performance suspension kits are specifically designed for Indian Touring models with 111 or 116 engines, from 2014 to present, including Challenger models.

Based near Boston at Gardner, Massachusetts, Rob's Dyno Service owner Rob Swartz told AMD that his company is "dedicated to providing customers with superior performance and quality products," and these new kits are no exception.

FF16 Indian Touring 111 & 116 fork cartridge kit for 2014-present models

"Constructed of all aircraft-grade aluminum parts with some components featuring a friction reducing Teflon coating, these kits offer dynamic low-speed and high-speed control to help improve the stability and control of your ride."

Backed by a limited lifetime warranty, the completely rebuildable and serviceable front fork monotube design is based on a one-piece cartridge style assembly. The piston design and valving allow for "dynamic low and high-speed control, with reduced front brake dive." The results are said to be improved stability, cornering and bottoming control. 

Front fork monotube for 2020-present Indian Challengers

Swartz went on to say: "We strive to provide our customers with only the best in motorcycle suspension systems. Our Indian Motorcycle fork cartridges and rear shocks are engineered for maximum comfort while enhancing platform stability and control. We invite everyone to visit us at our shop in Gardner or online for more detailed specifications."

Developed at performance legend Jeff Ryan's Mooresville, North Carolina headquarters, one of North America's primary suspension 'centers of excellence' and located deep in the heart of open wheel racing country, Ryan's journey to suspension guru status actually started with his "love of motocross and mind for machines."

Cartridge oil and tool

His path through motorsports has been a journey around the world, where he worked with legendary racers such as Dale Earnhardt, Nigel Mansell, Rick Mears, Richard Petty, Alain Prost, Michael Schumacher and Rusty Wallace, while quietly becoming a shock building legend himself. Jeff Ryan's pioneering technologies have supported championship teams from Formula 1 in Europe to the depths of Baja in off-road racing to stock car racing's highest levels of NASCAR.

Ryan started out in California as a general assembler for legendary shock innovator Bob Fox - he was one of the first ten employees at Fox Shocks - at a time when suspension technology was advancing rapidly and just starting to heavily influence what was happening on the track - and founded JRi Shocks in 2007. Much of the technology that he created early in his career is still used today.