SAR Spring rates for late 2017 updated to include metric rates

As everyone is aware (or perhaps not) we are moving from the Generation 2 spring (non-metric) to the Generation 3 springs which are metric compliant. All springs are current and the “oldest” spring we have in stock was made in June 2017.
For the ENDURO line, the lengths of the springs vary between 105mm-115mm depending on rate as the diameter of the wire determines what length a spring needs to be in order to actually perform the declared rate. All SAR springs are tested for accuracy, linear capability and are race proven year after year.

DH 140mm Weight
225lb 322g
250lb 338g
275lb 278g
300lb 316g
325lb 300g
350lb 326g
375lb 347.6g (new generation 3)
400lb 339.7g (new generation 3)
425lb 373.7g (new generation 3)
450lb 400.9g (new generation 3)
475lb 392.2g (new generation 3)
500lb 370.9g (new generation 3)

ENDURO 105mm 350lb 272g 63mm stroke
*****all other ENDURO Light are now the new generation 3 metric springs

GENERATION 3 METRIC ENDURO 65mm stroke capability
****springs range in length from 105mm-115mm all current POM spacers still compatible
350lb 327g
375lb 355.4g
400lb 338.9g
425lb 366.8g
450lb 351.1g
475lb 334.3g
500lb 318.3g
550lb 343.0g
600lb 372.8g

Mirka Garland

2 thoughts on “SAR Spring rates for late 2017 updated to include metric rates

  1. David Burnham says:

    Hi ,
    I have a giant reign 2018 , which I will soon be purchasing a new super deluxe coil shock for.
    I was wondering if you could advise me on which spring to go for , I weigh 182lb if that helps.
    Many Thanks.

    • Mirka Garland says:

      Hi David,

      Thank you for your message – it is usually better to email us as wordpress filters most comments into spam and if I am away testing I don’t get the messages. Email I have on me all the time. At 182lbs is that fully kitted out? Do you ride with a pack? Do you ride clipped in or flat pedals? At 182lbs you will need to run a 425lb enduro light spring with a POM001SD pair. Please don’t hesitate to email me with any other info/questions.

      Mirka Garland

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