That comes with the MX suspension package for the 450R shock revalve/respring work they do. The $825 gets you all three shocks reworked, and the link. Not for the 250R, though. Here's what it looked like before I sold it - good, very high quality stuff, for sure:Looks sweet. In your post above you mentioned a rear link from Derisi racing. Can you tell me more about that.
Depends on if that's the route you go - it wouldn't make any sense to drop that kind of money on it, that way. You still end up with reworked stock shocks.Not to knock anyones setup or opinion,but if you pay 200-350 for a full set of stock 450r shocks,and then pay 800 bucks to have them set up,wouldnt it make more sense to just try to score some nice used aftermarket 250r shocks?