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Our KTM suspension shop is the best in the country

We know how to get KTMs working butter smooth, making your tires feel glued to the ground and getting your KTM to turn like never before. The WP suspension performance on KTMs can vary from year to year and model to model, often being too harsh (hacky feeling) in the early to mid portion of the stroke, yet can bottom too easily at the end of the stroke. There is often too much front wheel deflection, and the front end can push wide coming into turns then wants to stand up under throttle. We fix all that and more.

No one else matches our level of testing and development

We are located on a 1000 acre riding facility (www.HighlandParkResort.com) so we can make suspension changes then go right out the garage door and test.  No waiing for the weekend or realying on others to report back days or weeks later.  We do lots and lots of testing, more than anyone else. We also have a in house suspension dyno for testing damping changes in forks, shocks, and also testing spring rates.  All our testing has allowed us to develop specific valve stacks and other internal changes that are tailored to your particular bike, your weight, height, riding style, current skill level, and terrain.  What we do with suspension REALLY WORKS. 

Many other places that do suspension will either shuffle a few of your valve shims around, and/or take out one or two shims, trying to achieve some suspension compliance, but almost always this make things too soft.  When your suspension is too soft, it only feels good on the small stuff but then falls through the stroke and becomes harsh on the bigger stuff or when you try to pick up your pace.  This kind of compromised suspension teaches you to ride at a certain pace, not any faster, because going faster means the suspension begins to punish you and the bike begins to get uncontrollable.  You need suspension that is compliant and plush on the small to medium hits, but will take the bigger hits when you pick up your pace. 

KTM World has well over 10,000 valve shims IN STOCK to do your suspension right.  We also use a factory WP suspension pump to vacuum out all air left after a shock has been taken apart. We do suspension that is plush but holds the bike up in the stroke where it needs to be for compliance on smaller hits, and still takes the bigger hits. We only do KTMs, and we have developed the best KTM/WP suspension  Send us your suspension for revalving or routine maintenance, you won't be disappointed, we guarantee it 100%.

THERE ARE 3 WAYS TO GET THE BEST KTM SUSPENSION
1. Ship us your forks and shock, we do the work and ship them back with clickers preset to known good settings, very little dial in required.  Call us 7 days a week - even from the track - if you need help.   
2. Ship us your forks and shock, we do the work, then come visit us with your bike in your truck/trailer, we bolt on the suspension, test ride and adjust clicker settings for you, then you ride at Highland Park for the day (or longer) and we help you dial it in until you are 100% happy.
3. Bring the bike drop it off, we do the work, you come back and ride at Highland Park for the day (or longer) and we help you dial it in until you are 100% happy.

SUSPENSION SERVICES - FORKS
Full Service and Revalve Forks (pair)     $295    FALL SEASON SALE - $245 - save $50! 
Includes top quality synthetic oil, all shims, nitrogen, and labor.  Seals, o-rings,bushings and other wear parts may need replacing and these parts are extra, but there is no extra labor to replace them while we are doing a full service and revlave.
Full Service and Change Oil (pair)     $149    
 FALL SEASON SALE - $124 - save $25! 
Price includes all labor to disassemble, make any repairs that might be needed, and chrage with nitrogen.  We use top quality thermally stable synthetic oil.  Parts needed like oil, seals, bushings or other wear parts are extra, but there is no extra labor to replace wear parts while we are doing a full service. 

SUSPENSION SERVICES - SHOCKS
Full Service and Revalve Shock     $295    FALL SEASON SALE - $245 - SAVE $50!
Includes top quality synthetic oil, all shims, nitrogen, and labor.  Seals, bushings and other wear parts may need replacing and these parts are extra, but there is no extra labor to replace them in a revalve & service.
Full Service, Oil Change & Nitrogen Charge      $149    
 FALL SEASON SALE - $124 - SAVE $25!
Price includes all labor to disassemble, make any repairs that might be needed, and chrage with nitrogen.  We use top quality thermally stable synthetic oil.  Parts needed like oil, seals, bushings or other wear parts are extra, but there is no extra labor to replace wear parts while we are doing a full service.

WE CAN LOWER YOUR SUSPENSION!
We make our own internal lowering parts to correctly lower your bikes ride height.  These parts may be removed at any time to restore the original ride height.  Please call us about how much you should lower your bike.  Revalving is reqiured when lowering shocks and forks, so there is not a lot of additional cost to lower at the same time.  

WP Shock Pump - the only way to correctly remove air from your shock after a service or revalve.

Thermal Imaging of stock and modified KTM shock run on our Suspension Dyno

What do people say about their KTM World revalved suspension?  Here are a few recent reviews:

Thank you Paul and everyone at ktmworld for my new works suspension. I went riding yesterday for the first time and WOW! was the only thing i could say. I was skeptical about how everything would work and how it could really be that good. Man was i wrong, i mean i can now forget about roots and trail clutter and it corners so much better. i can tell its at the top of the stroke and its just so plush and forgiving. Traction is also hugely improved, before it wanted to step out from under me but now it just gets so much traction. Anyways i just wanted to say you guys did a perfect job on my bike and riding is going to be a lot more enjoyable from here on out. Thanks a million!   -TH

My lower back is THE meter by which I really judge the suspension. All I can say is that 2 hours into the race I thought to myself that my back isn't hurting, and that just isn't normal for me. This is the best suspension that I've rode.  It is better than the bikes that I've had revalved in the past, and any stock suspension that I've ever rode. A worthwhile investment.  -SR

I spent a few hours today testing out my new KTM World suspension. It was not the best day for it, but the difference is nothing short of AWESOME. Just having the confidence to ignore roots, ruts, rocks and bumps allowed me to focus further ahead on the trail. I also spent far less energy holding onto the handlebars, reducing arm pump and the front tire was much easier to keep on the line I wanted.   -MW