TIA, and yes on the ‘K’ - The F15K kit is a great product for these. Note I have had a few Kaifa forks that had bad bushings, brand new from the dealer. If your forks feel overly firm, you may have this issue. If DIY, you’ll need the bushings and oil seals to do the job.Looking forward to buying these soon. Is this the K that denotes Kaifa?
May as well do the rear suspension at the same time.
As far as ride/adjustability/quality goes which would be the better of these two?
Bushings and seals are independent from the fork kit installation, but yes, of course.Todd, if I understand correctly, if the bushings are bad, you have to replace them to install a F15k Matris ?
Thanks for the post Gavin. I've had several (Kaifa forked) 1400s arrive new from a dealer with the fork bushings installed improperly, causing such stiction that the leg barely moved while in place on the bike.Had my mechanic guy fit the front forks internals on the California 1400 2017 tour. On stripping and cleaning he found swarf....machine cuttings jammed in one leg from original MG manufacture