The Legend REVO ARC (Adjustable Rebound & Compression) is available in Piggyback models for Dyna, FXR, and Sportster models and as Remote Reservoirs for all FL models.
The Legend REVO-ARC features Adjustable Rebound & Compression damping and utilizes Legend’s touring-specific extended coil length. This creates a larger "sweet spot" without increasing overall shock length providing an improved, plush, yet performance ride quality featuring increased control, and resistance to bottoming out. Legend's unique spring rate requires minimal pre-load adjustments between riders’ weights or loads. ACME course threaded body easily adjusts by hand, so no tools are required.
The Legend ARC provides optimum rebound and compression performance for any given rider weight, personal ride quality preference, or personal riding style. Seven position external adjuster knobs allow fine-tuning of compression and seven more adjustments for the fine-tuning of rebound.
The shocks feature 35mm billet aluminum monotube dampers, deflective disc damping valve stack, low friction sealing system, and PTFE-based sliding bearings that allow stiction-free movement for improved performance and feel, balanced piston and base-valve designed specifically for motorcycle applications, and include a Nitrogen gas bladder design allowing an ultra-fast response. Easy installation and alignment, are provided by spherical bearings on both the top and bottom.
Made in the USA and backed by a lifetime warranty, Legend REVO ARC Remote Reservoir, and Piggyback coil suspension systems are designed for optimum performance with any of Legend Suspensions’ AXEO front cartridge kits.
Legend REVO ARC Piggyback and Remote Reservoir systems are available in 13” or 14” standard, or heavy-duty applications, with a Black Type III Hard coat Anodize, finish.
- NOTE: FL, FXR, and SPORTSTER Heavy Duty applications are recommended for 500lb. + rider and passenger total weight.
- NOTE: DYNA: Heavy Duty applications are recommended for 250lb.+ rider and passenger total weight. Also consider Heavy Duty if the majority of your riding is 2-UP, stunt riding, or aggressive riding style.