New Digital Motorcycle Suspension Sag Scale

Motool introduces the Slacker digital sag scale.

Motool Slacker Digital Sag Scale
Motool Slacker Digital Sag Scale©Motorcyclist

Motool recently debuted the Slacker digital sag scale, performing live demos and suspension set-ups at the WorldSBK/MotoAmerica race at Laguna Seca.

The 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.

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, K-Tech Suspension, MMI, Fast Bike Industries, Monkey Works Cycle and Danielle Diaz Racing. We anticipate it will be quickly adopted by the street bike community just as it has been in the off-road community.

Slacker sag scale
Sag changes over time for many reasons including regular wear and tear on the suspension components. With the Slacker digital sag scale you can regularly check your sag setting with consistency and accuracy. The scale works on both front and rear axles of most street and dirt bikes.©Motorcyclist

Motool is a startup company from Flagstaff, Arizona. The company is best known for bringing the world's first digital sag scale to market in late 2014 and is dedicated to making the highest quality and most innovative tools and accessories by leveraging all current and relevant technologies and materials. Motool strives to make bike setup and maintenance easier and more precise for riders of all abilities. For more information on the company and the Slacker digital sag scale please visit www.motool.co.

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