MRT can take your stock shock and get it performing and looking like Factory or Kit.
We can coat your shock body with Kashima, What is Kashima Coat? is a proprietary hard anodizing process process invented by the Miyaki Company of Japan. For the techy folks out there it's a hard-anodize conversion coating impregnated with molybdenum disulfide.
We can coat your shaft with DLC - What is DLC? (Diamond-Like Carbon) is a very hard, low friction, lubricious coating that work well against your bushing and seals to reduce friction. DLC or
We can coat your shaft with Ti Nitride - What is Ti Nitride (TiN) is a PVD coating (Physical vapor deposition,) and has a similar effect on friction reduction as DLC it just looks way cooler but sometimes not as durable as DLC
MRT has bladder conversions, low friction piston bands, Ti springs available and of course if, we feel your model's rear end needs a different rate of progression we have our own MRT link knuckles.
When it comes to suspension the bottom line here at MRT is, you tell us about yourself, what bike you have, what type of riding you do and will have a solution for you,
Turn Around Time
Generally you can expect a 2 or 3 business days turn on your suspension rebuild and/or or re-valve
How to Box it Up
Thoroughly clean and dry all the components. Use a sharpie or similar marker to write your name and phone # on the fork legs and shock body, wrap them in a plastic bag and seal the bag with tape. We recommend you ship your suspension in a gun case; these can be found for as low $40. If this is not possible use a sturdy cardboard box and wrap each unit in bubble wrap. Note: we do not recommend using Styrofoam peanuts as these shift in the package allowing the parts to move and can cause damage.
What to Ship
Shipments should include only the components that you want us to work on.
Following Up after You Ship
E-mail us the tracking # for your shipment to email@example.com and we will schedule your project in so there is no delay.