Suspension Services

Fork and Shock Rebuild

This is the service everyone needs. This is a full take apart clean and inspection of all parts and wear surfaces. Suspension will be reassembled with new fluid and any parts that may be needed to keep your bike performing the way it should.  Any suspension that was previously valved by us will get updated to our latest spec.

SKF Fork seals $35.00 per fork

MX-Tech BLUD fork fluid $22.00 per quart

MX-Tech BLUD Shock Fluid $25.00

SKF Complete Shock Seal Heads $65.00

Re-valving (Forks: KYB, SHOWA, WP) (Shocks: KYB, SHOWA)

Labor $250.00 Fork, Labor $250.00 Shock
HDR re-valving allows you to get the maximum control and comfort from your suspension by tuning all components of the system to produce an effective and balanced change. We completely service your components as listed above in the rebuild description, only we reassemble your suspension with our exclusive re-valving technology specifically designed according to your weight, height, riding style, ability and terrain. Clickers are set at a starting point and a tuning guide, along with a specification sheet are included with the cost.
Comprehensive system level changes to the suspension system. Including mid-valve, base-valve, shims and rebound settings
This gets you maximum performance, and reduced compromise.
Springs, seals , bushings, oil are NOT included in price.


$250.00-$500.00 Depending on Application
At MX-TECH we use Nylon spacers. This guarantees smooth action and performance with no long-term issues with wear. All MX-TECH lowering services are fully reversible. Commonly used for the vertically challenged, Supermoto, and DTX. While revalving is possible for bike lowering, we prefer not to lower and revalve suspension at the same time.
We recommend lowering and chassis adjustments separate from performance work, unless you’re getting your bike set-up for DTX or supermoto.
Sometimes special springs are needed.
Springs, seals, bushings and oil are NOT included in the price.

Special Services

Kashima Top Fork Coating

Kashima is quickly becoming the industry standard for customers who are looking for the best possible performance for critical parts of their suspension.
HDR offers this service direct from Japan, the only place to get real Kashima.

Kashima is strong, but it also includes lubrication.
The treatment impregnates Molybdenum disulfide (a solid lubricant) into the micropores of the anodizing treatment.
This offers consistent lubrication until the anodizing layer is completely worn away.

Both anodizing and hard anodizing provide wear resistance for sliding parts – a side benefit is the color often looks good.
Once abrasion occurs to an area, contaminants get in the space between the two surfaces where friction is present.
This causes wear like scoring and seizing.

How is it done?
A part is put into a primary electrolysis in an electrolytic bath of sulfuric acid and oxalic acid to form porous anodizing film.
Next, the part(s) are treated in a solution of more chemicals in a secondary electrolysis process.

DLC Lower Fork shaft Coating.

DLC Lower Ford Coating: $500 | DLC Shock Shaft Coating: $200
DLC is the best fork coating available, it creates a very hard surface and reduces friction.
This improves performance, increases longevity, and is an excellent compliment to the SKF seals for maximum reliability.

Turn Key Box
Box $15.00 + Shipping

We can ship our specially manufactured shipping carton to your door. So you can box up your suspension and send it to us. This makes the suspension service much more convenient. You will need to pay for the shipping and place a deposit with a credit card.