FEATURES: - Easy To Use
- Single Person Use - Front and Rear Sag Readings - Static Sag
Readings - Remote Handle Bar Mounted Reader - Magnet Mounted -
Used and endorsed by many magazines, teams and pro riders
Description: SLACKER DIGITAL SAG TOOL
Take Control of Your Ride! Setting your sag is the
simplest, most overlooked adjustment that you can make to drastically
improve the handling of your bike. Itís also the most important step in
setting up your suspension. Slacker makes it a simple one-man job so now
you can make it part of your regular bike prep and your bike will always
be on point. The Easiest, Most Accurate way to set sag. Slacker is an easy to use system that allows a person to quickly and
easily make precise adjustments to their bikeís suspension. It was
developed over the course of two years with input from industry leaders
like Factory Connection, Pro Circuit and MB1 Suspension to assure the
accuracy, consistency and reliability of the tool.
Universal Mounting: The Slacker digital sag scale works on
both front and rear axles and is excellent for setting up new generation
SFF Spring and Air forks. The clamp attaches to number plates or fenders
offering great flexibility. Slacker even sticks to your toolbox for easy
access! Remote Display: The remote LCD display
can be strapped on the bars allowing a single person to easily take
Any Bike, Any Time: The Slacker
digital sag scale works with any off-road bike 65cc or above with steel
axles. This, along with the universal clip, ensures that Slacker works on
almost every dirt bike. Titanium axle adapters are also available!
Save Time and Energy with Slacker! Rather than using
an inaccurate mechanical sag scale, having to recruit a friend, or
worrying if the measurements were taken correctly, the Slacker sag tool
simplifies the process. Simply attach the scale using the universal
magnetic mount and clip, turn on the scale with the bike on the stand,
then take it off the stand and mount it in your normal riding position.
The Slacker digital sag scale instantly provides readings on its LCD
display and the remote display. That is all there is to it! No fumbling
with tape measures, recruiting a friend, or worrying about accuracy.
Adjust your bike and get back to racing!
You don't just
set sag once! Sag changes over time for many reasons including
regular wear and tear on the suspension components. Wether you just ride
for fun or are a serious competitor you should check your sag at least
every other ride and also any time you adjust your chain, change tires or
anytime the bike doesn't feel like it is handling right. This will assure
your bike handles properly and is consistent and predictable. I don't know
how many times I have changed my damping around trying to get the bike
dialed in only to find my sag is off and I have to put everything back
where I started. This is not a one time proposition, you need to check
your sag regularly if you want your bike to handle correctly. Our pro
riders check it every practice and before every moto which is why Slacker
is now used by so many teams and privateers- speed and ease of use.
30-Day Money Back Guarantee! If your bike doesn't
handle better than ever you can return Slacker with no questions asked
within 30 days from when it arrives at your door. Slacker was developed
over the course of 2 years with industry leading suspension tuning
companies like Factory Connection, Pro Circuit and MB1 Suspension. We are
sure you will love the quality, precision and function of Slacker!
Slacker is used and endorsed by many magazines, teams and pro riders
including TransWorld Motocross, Dirt Bike Magazine, Motocross Action,
GrindMX, ChronicMX, MB1 Suspension, Arma Energy Racing / Motosport /
Yamaha Supercross Team, Yamaha Factory Off-Road, BPRMX / Home Depot
Supercross Team, MX-ATV, MotoWhips, Team Gus, The Privateers Journey,
Privateers Connection, RC Suspension, AEO Powersports, Trail Jesters
Racing, Team PR-MX, The Pit, Team Faith, Zach Osbourne, Jimmy Decotis,
Jimmy Albertson, Mitch Oldenburg, Chris Howell, Grant Baylor, Jessica
Patterson, Ben Kelley, John Kelley and Tyler McSwain to name a few.