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VALT Springs



Linear And Progressive Rate VALT Springs

Not sure what spring rate you need? Find out here: Everything You Need To Know About Coil Springs

The performance of your shock is directly related to the quality of your spring.  VALT springs offer a significant weight reduction over standard steel springs. Riders can enjoy the performance benefits of coil shocks without the weight penalty.

Progressive-Rate VALT coil springs are designed and tuned by Cane Creek’s engineering team to provide riders with a true rise-in-rate spring curve. The Progressive-Rate VALT springs maintain the sensitivity and “set it and forget it” mentality of a traditional coil set up, but with the progressiveness and ramp up that hard-charging riders and many frame designs demand.  Progression begins at 50% into the stroke of the spring.

Below is a graph that shows the difference in spring progressiveness between our standard VALT spring and our Progressive-Rate VALT spring.  Rate increases are proportional to a DB Kitsuma Air air spring with (1) volume spacer installed

30 Day Coil Swap Program: Starting May 20th, 2022, if you buy a coil shock and coil spring directly from our website, you have 30 days after the delivery of your shock to try that spring out and make sure you are satisfied. Contact customer support for more information.

Additional information

Materials

High-performance spring steel

Inner Diameter

36.5mm

Outer Diameter

52.5-54mm

Weight Range

Progressive VALT Springs: 380g – 465g*
Linear VALT Springs: 252g – 539g*
Linear STANDARD Springs: 325g – 730g*

*varies spring rate & stroke

Weight Savings

50-211g*

*varies spring rate & stroke

Color and Finish

Progressive Springs: White, Linear Springs: Matte Black

Fitment

ALL Cane Creek Coil Shocks

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Q & A

Will a vault spring fit on a marzocchi bomber cr coil or will I need an adapter Ned asked on February 21, 2024

Hello, we do not have the specs of this Marzzocchi shock, however, our springs sizes are Inner Diameter 36.5mm and Outer Diameter 52.5-54mm

Andy Bennett answered on February 21, 2024 store manager
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Hi, What's the free length of AAD2428 and AAD2421 springs ?? Krzysztof asked on February 20, 2024

Hello, AAD2428 is 141mm and AAD2421 is 125mm - free length

Andy Bennett answered on February 21, 2024 store manager

Hello, please email us at support@canecreek.com and we can help answer your questions more indebt.. Thanks!

Andy Bennett answered on February 21, 2024 store manager

Hello, please email us at support@canecreek.com and we can help answer your questions more indebt. Thanks!

Andy Bennett answered on February 21, 2024 store manager
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What coil would be recommended for a 215lb rider (geared) on a Transition Spur? Calculations using method 2 on the help article are as follows: REAR TRAVEL = 120MM STROKE LENGTH = 45MM RIDER WEIGHT = 215 AVG. LEVERAGE RATIO = 2.66 RESULT = 573 Unsure if standard or progressive is recommended, I ride trail mostly with a bit of park riding as well. Andrew T asked on February 18, 2024

Hello, Yes, this is the spring weight we have calculated for you based on the specs you provided. The Spur is a perfect bike to use with our Progressive coil!

Andy Bennett answered on February 19, 2024 store manager
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What would be recommended spring for my new Fox DHX shock? I am a 220 lbs rider (geared up) on a 2023 Husqvarna Hard Cross. Progressive or linear? Spring rate? Great website thanks so much! Lance Dixon asked on February 17, 2024

Hello, thanks for reaching out, please email us at SUpport@canecreek.com and we can help you with your spring rate calculation. Thanks.

Andy Bennett answered on February 19, 2024 store manager
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Looking for spring recommendation for my 2020 Intense Primer S mullet with a DVO Jade X. I weigh 175, probably 185 with gear. Bryan O asked on February 15, 2024

Hello, please email us at Support@canecreek.com and we can help you with your spring rate calculation. Thanks!

Andy Bennett answered on February 15, 2024 store manager
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