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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

Hello, I'd like to buy one of your progressive springs for my kitsuma coil but I have a problem. My shock has a stroke of 75mm and I've seen that the maximum stroke of the progressive spring is 65mm, so I'm wondering if the 65mm spring will fit my shock. Thank you for your answer. Thomas Dega asked on June 25, 2024

Hello, thanks for reaching out, however, our 65mm progressive spring does not have a long enough free length to fit a 75mm stroke shock correctly.

Andy Bennett answered on June 25, 2024 store manager
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Hello, i have a kitsuma coil in 250x75, does the progressive coil in 65 (AAD2426) fit on it ? Thank for your awnser Thomas Dega asked on June 24, 2024

Hello, thanks for reaching out, however, our 65mm progressive spring does not have a long enough free length to fit a 75mm stroke shock correctly.

Andy Bennett answered on June 25, 2024 store manager
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Hello, Wondering if the Progressive AAD2420 55 x 500 - 610lbs spring will fit on the Coil IL - 210x50 BAD2609 coil shock? Thanks. Danny Saulnier asked on June 9, 2024

Hello, yes, our 55mm progressive spring will fit on your 210x50mm coil il

Andy Bennett answered on June 10, 2024 store manager
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Hi I have a YT Jeffsy 2019 150mm front and rear. Not sure what spring to use. Weigh about 87kg geared up. Do you now if my bike Is progressive or not? Have read that if you have progressive bike you should go for a linear spring and vice versa. What do you recommend for me? Thanks in advance Oscar asked on May 29, 2024

Hello, please email us at support@canecreek.com and we can help you with your spring rate questions in more detail. Thanks.

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what is the length and the maximum stroke of the springs, AAD2587 AAD2588 AAD2590 AAD2591 AAD2287? Alessandro Spaggiari asked on May 29, 2024

Hello, free length for our 45mm linear spring is 105.5mm.

Andy Bennett answered on May 29, 2024 store manager
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They have a different shape than the originals.
The new ones are very squared off on the outside of the palm, unlike the originals which contoured off softly downward.
The new finish is ok, I have to try them for a while to see if they are as comfortable and durable as the old ones.
If you know Oury grips, then that describes the tactile feel of the old ones, sticky without being sticky if you know what I mean.
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I really like the concept of these, I found them a bit quirky, took a few tries to get the correct o ring for my bars.. I found that they can get a bit dislodged when hit, but that sorta makes sense as something rigid maky not work. I bought three sets, of the only one is still intact, one had the spreaders/clamping device break and another fellout, luckily I found it… I would say they are worth the cost, but, you might need to be careful with them.. Kind of defeats the purpose. Finally, Cane Creek makes great stuff, I have headsets, BB’s a fork all perfoming flawlessly.

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Edus
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I really like the concept of these, I found them a bit quirky, took a few tries to get the correct o ring for my bars.. I found that they can get a bit dislodged when hit, but that sorta makes sense as something rigid maky not work. I bought three sets, of the only one is still intact, one had the spreaders/clamping device break and another fellout, luckily I found it… I would say they are worth the cost, but, you might need to be careful with them.. Kind of defeats the purpose. Finally, Cane Creek makes great stuff, I have headsets, BB’s a fork all perfoming flawlessly.

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