This A vs B comparison is for 2 great products from MOJO that seem really great. Between Ride Engineering – Suzuki – 22mm Offset Triple Clamps – Black – RM-BTB20-BA and Ride Engineering – Yamaha – Performance Link – YZ-LKA46-BA, which do we like better? Why?? Let’s take a much closer peek and see what there is to see.
Ride Engineering – Suzuki – 22mm Offset Triple Clamps – Black – RM-BTB20-BA
Now steering dampener ready. The 22mm Offset is recommended for RM125/250. Motocross (MX); World Off-road Championship Series (WORCS) & Desert Racing (DR). This slightly longer offset tends to work better for ruts, sandy and rough terrain. Made from 2024 aluminimum (the same alloy the factory teams use), these clamps are stronger and lighter than stock (saves 7.5 oz), they help reduce stiction in your forks from uneven clamping by the stock castings. Bottom clamp has radiused corners for more flex similar to Suzuki’s factory clamps. Comes complete with stem and lower bearing for an easy installation (stock offset 24, 22.5, 21.5mm).
The 1.5mm longer arm stiffens the initial part of the stroke for better control and less wallowing in rough sections of the track. Typically the bike feels more balanced and predictable while handling is improved in flat and off-camber turns, driving the bike forward instead of sliding sideways. With the Ride Link, less effort is required to initiate turn-in and it keeps the bike going straight in whoops allowing the rider to be more aggressive. It also keeps the back end more planted in breaking bumps. This link lowers the back of the motorcycle 5mm. It comes complete with bearings and seals. Recommended sag with the Rideng Link is 102-104mm.
I’m saying my favorite between these two is a close call in favor of Ride Engineering – Suzuki – 22mm Offset Triple Clamps – Black – RM-BTB20-BA.