New Progressive Suspension High Performance Piggyback Shocks.

Inspired by racers, riders and those that demand more of their bikes than weekend coffee runs, Progressive Suspension just released its baddest performance shocks.

The built-in-the-USA 970 Series Piggy Shocks combine a high pressure gas mono tube design with deflective disc damping routed through two unique circuits and adjustable for compression damping via an easily accessible knob. Features include a shock body and piggyback that are both coated internally to reduce friction and then capped with a forged aluminum upper. The shock is wrapped with a progressive rate coil spring that can be fine tuned via threaded preload adjusters to suit a rider’s weight and riding style (be firm in the corners!). Current fitment includes the Harley-Davidson XR1200 and Dyna models with more applications rumored to be in the works. Info online or at your local Progressive Suspension dealer.

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6 Responses to “New Progressive Suspension High Performance Piggyback Shocks.”


  1. 1 Mad River Motor Company Dec 3rd, 2010 at 8:55 am

    Aftermarket PERFORMANCE – love it

  2. 2 James @ Open Road Biker Dec 3rd, 2010 at 11:29 pm

    I would like to see what they look like on a DWG. I am trying to clean up the lines on mine, the “piggyback” may just go against me in my efforts if I got a set of these but the ride could use a little help.

  3. 3 jatinder pal Dec 4th, 2010 at 12:58 pm

    I got this design of shocks in my current project,they look and performs very well.

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