What if your cafe racer’s fork worked just like that of a Honda CBR?

With my fully adjustable Ceriani type forks and shocks you can

  • ride more comfortably
  • reach better lap time on the racetrack
  • adjust the damping easier
  • increase the value of your bike with my exclusive parts at an affordable price

Laszlo Hunya with PanniMy name is László Hunya.

I built my first cafe racer back in 1970 when I was just 13 years old. So in the kitchen of my parents, I transformed the scooter of my grandpa into a racing bike.

Since those early days until now my passion for motorbikes has gone from strength to strength. Therefore I’m still in the motorcycle business today. I’m the owner of a motorcycle store and wholesale company in Hungary.

In my freetime I race with my favourite Seeley BSA at classic races and when the season is over, you will find me in my workshop tuning and developing my bikes.

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During my racing days I gained extensive experience in adjusting and tuning suspensions and I’m always helping friends in this area. I am very eager to share this know-how to wider and wider circle.

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The damping system of my fork is more complex than the original Ceriani was. It works via shim stacks, in spite of a simple damping piston and rod of the old orifice constructions. The main difference between the two systems is the damping/velocity characteristics: The first one works linear, the last one is progressive, which is pretty uncomfortable: at slow motions too mushy but at high speed movements too harsh. That is why I chose an ultimate damping system similar to the modern superbikes big piston forks, as you can see on the explosion drawing.

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