Progressive 465 Series Shock

Item Number: 324862

$391.14$419.49

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Product Description

Progressive Suspension

Progressive 465 Series Shock

The 465 Series represents state of the art high pressure gas monotube shock design. It utilizes a large 46mm bore and deflective disc piston for precise damping. The beefy 16mm hard chrome shaft rides on custom viton seals for low friction and leak free life. The 465 is custom tuned for each application and is completely optimized for each bike, from the damping and spring rate all the way down to the jounce bumper.

  • High pressure gas monotube
  • 5 position rebound adjuster tune for changing conditions and riding styles
  • Threaded body allows for fine adjustments in sag
  • Aluminum body and components
  • Hard anodized finish

Spec Details
Finish Hard Anodized
Length Varies (make selection above)
Material Aluminum
Spring Rate Varies (make selection above)
Style Varies (make selection above)

Vehicle Fitment

Fitment is guaranteed or your money back plus free return shipping. Don't waste time installing a product that doesn't fit. We worked hard ensuring that this product is an exact fit on the vehicles listed below.

BMW

  • K 75 1986-1995
  • K 75 C 1986-1990
  • K 75 RT 1990-1995
  • K 75 S 1987-1995
  • K 75 T 1986
  • K 100 1985-1986
  • K 100 LT 1987-1991
  • K 100 RS 1988-1989
  • K 100 RT 1984-1988
  • R 65 1985-1987
  • R 80 1985-1987
  • R 80 RT 1985-1987
  • R 100 GS 1988-1995
  • R 100 RS 1988-1993
  • R 100 RT 1988-1995

Honda

  • ST1100 Pan-European 1991-2002
  • ST1100A Pan-European ABS 1992-2001
  • ST1300 Pan-European 2003-2010
  • ST1300A Pan-European ABS 2003-2010

Kawasaki

  • KLR650 1987-2016
  • VN800A Vulcan 800 1995-2005
  • VN800B Vulcan 800 Classic 1996-2005
  • ZG1000A Concours 1986-2006
  • ZX1400A Ninja ZX-14 2006-2007
  • ZX1400C Ninja ZX-14 2008-2011

Suzuki

  • DL650 V-Strom 650 2004-2009
  • DL650 V-Strom 650 ABS 2007-2009
  • DL1000 V-Strom 1000 2002-2009, 2012
  • GSX1300R Hayabusa 1999-2014
  • GSX-R1000 2007-2008
  • VZR1800 Boulevard M109R 2006-2009

Victory

  • Boardwalk 2013-2014
  • Hammer 2005-2011
  • Hammer 8-Ball 2013-2014
  • High-Ball 2012-2014
  • Jackpot 2006-2014
  • Judge 2013-2014
  • Kingpin 2004-2012
  • Vegas 2003-2012
  • Vegas 8-Ball 2013-2014

Yamaha

  • XV1600A Road Star 1600 1999-2003
  • XV1700A Road Star 1700 2004-2009
  • XV1700PC Road Star Warrior 2002-2009
  • XV1900 Roadliner 2006-2007
  • XV1900C Raider 2008-2012
  • XV1900C Raider SCL 2012-2013
  • XV1900CS Raider S 2008-2015
  • XV1900CT Stratoliner 2006-2007, 2009
  • XV1900S Roadliner S 2006-2010, 2012
  • XVS1100 V-Star 1100 Custom 2000-2009
  • XVS1100A V-Star 1100 Classic 2000-2009
  • XVS1100AT V-Star 1100 Silverado 2003-2009

Customer Reviews

Questions & Answers

  • On my victory Kingpin 2005 how do you tell if its the short or the long shaft fitment?

    By: Kp05

    Victory used different length shocks on the Kingpin, which is why you have to measure the OEM shock in order to be sure of getting the right one for your bike.

    If your Kingpin's OEM shock is over 14" long at full extension, then you need to order the long version. If the shock is less than 14" long, then you should go with the short length shock from Progressive.

    By: Staff