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Showa Shock General Description (DVD: SCRF450R03D)
Designed for Honda, Suzuki and Kawasaki motorcycles. The Service manual recommends that the shock oil and seals be replaced each year.  Shock valves and shims are changed to set the suspension just the way you like it.  I don’t know about you, but I can’t afford to pay a shop more than $200 for suspension maintenance.  The cost of the oil, seals, shims and valves are relatively inexpensive.  Most of the cost is the shop labor.  Wouldn’t it be nice if you could do it yourself with confidence just like the pro’s do?  We’ll show you how to maintain your shock for a fraction of one service charge.

Savings estimate



 LABOR cost per occurrence

Estimated occurrences per year

Estimated time it will take to do the procedure after watching the video

Video cost

3 year savings

Shock oil, seal and valves



2 hours



Clips from the DVD:
shock1 shock2

This DVD is designed for those who prefer watching a demonstration rather than reading a manual or fumbling your way through the process.  After watching our detailed step-by-step video, you should be able to service your shock in approximately 2.5 hours (not including the nitrogen charge) if you possess moderate mechanical skills.  
We’ll show you how to do this in your garage with minimal special tools.  The mechanic speaks slowly so you can watch the video and take notes if you like.  Unlike most maintenance videos that focus on the actor, this video is shot at close range so you can see the details.  You can see each part through disassembly and reassembly.  No steps are skipped.

What you’ll get:
A detailed video performed by a certified motorcycle mechanic on a 2003 Honda CRF450R.  

What you'll need:
Tools and Supplies
Shock Sag Calculations

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