Motool Slacker Digital Sag Scale - New Product

It was available for off-road bikes and now it's available for street bikes

Motool, the maker of the world’s first digital sag scale, is releasing a new street kit to allow the revolutionary tool to now be used on most street/sport bikes with adjustable spring preload as well as a new software option that allows the tool to automatically zero out when the suspension unloaded.

Slacker is a purpose built system that allows a person to quickly and easily make precise adjustments to their bike’s suspension with or without assistance. It was developed over the course of two years with input from industry leaders like Factory Connection, Pro Circuit, MMI and MB1 Suspension to assure the accuracy, consistency and reliability of the tool.

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Motool's Slacker is now available for street/sport bikes.Photo Courtesy of Motool

The Slacker digital sag scale has been available for over a year for off-road bikes and is quickly becoming the industry standard. It is currently used by several pro Supercross teams, factory off-road teams, top privateer riders and FMX superstars like Nate Adams and Destin Cantrell. Slacker is already being used on the street by Öhlins Racing in Stockholm, Sweden as well as Fast Bike Industries and Danielle Diaz Racing here in the states. We anticipate it will be quickly adopted by the street bike community as it has been in the off-road community.

Motool is very excited to make the tool available to the road racing community and street bike riders around the world. The precision of the tool makes it a no-brainer for everyone from factory teams to casual riders when making critical adjustments to their suspension. The ease of use as well as the fact a rider can make adjustments with no assistance just add to the appeal and function of the product.

For more information on the company and the Slacker digital sag scale please visit http://motool.co

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The Slacker retails for $139.99. If you add the Auto Zero Upgrade retail is $149.99Photo Courtesy of Motool