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As always we are constantly improving our dampers to suit the needs of road and race customers. The GP10 unit is based around these developments and improvements we have made from our GP7 unit over the previous 2 years.

  • The GP10 Monoshock has been designed, developed and manufactured "in house" by our team of engineers and technicians.
  • It is a bespoke unit built to order by the Maxton factory
  • Valved and sprung to suit the riders weight and what they use the bike for, all dampers come preset ready to bolt to the bike
  • CNC 3D machined from 7075 billet alloy
  • Hard anodised to prevent wear and corrosion
  • Easy adjustable rebound damping and high and low speed compression damping clickers
  • Optional adjuster hand wheels, so no need for screwdrivers or hex allen keys
  • rebound has a range of 30 clicks
  • high and low speed compression damping has a range of 25 clicks on each
  • Increased range of damping adjustment
  • New piston design for Increased flow of oil around unit for improved damping performance
  • 16mm Induction hardened piston rods
  • Ride height adjustment
  • Top Out Spring
  • 3D milled cylinder head with optional mounts for suspension pots
  • Movable remote reservoir
  • Quick change valve assemblies for low and high speed compression damping for easy revalving
  • As used in British Superbike, British Supersport, British 125 Championship, National Superstock, World Sidecar Championship and The Isle of Man TT

The GP10 unit has our easy to adjust preload adjuster. You simply insert a Tommy Bar into the holes in the preload locking ring and drive the ring around. The preload ring is positioned so you can access it on the bike easily. There is no need to loosen grub screws, so the preload can be altered in seconds!

Occasionally there are installations where the preload ring is not accessible. In these cases we can supply our new Hydraulic Preload Adjuster.

As mentioned above the design of the compression damping valves means that changing the range of adjustment and damping curve, can be done in a few minutes. All of the above makes the damper easier to work on and more convenient to set up.

Like an engine a shock absorber needs to allow the fluid inside to circulate or flow easily through the relevant galleries. The oil inside the GP10 damper flows unrestricted through the internal galleries, improving the action of the shock absorber and increasing the performance of the damping. The end result of this improvement is increased feel at the rear of the bike, especially under power.