I also have bullit and love it. As for your question, I'd go with 400lb spring cuz even with titanium coil it'll eventually go soft in slower rate compared to steel coil. But really, people go with titanium coil because they're light and it's cool addition to your bike. But look at it this way. You're 220lbs and your bullit if like mine will probably weigh 17-19kg. Adding a titanium coil won't really affect your bike in anyways. 1/2 to 3/4lb of weight won't make any difference in you bike's handling or control. It's all in your mind. Lose a pound of your weight and keep a few hundred bucks in your pocket. You'll be happy and glad you did. If you have to get it get it in 400lb rate.CHUNKY NUGGET said:G'day , Im a owner of a 03 Bullit and im wanting to buy a Ti spring for my 5th but am struck with a few questions i need answered. Firstly i weigh 100kg or 220lb and run a 375lb spring on my 5th with no problems BUT the cheapest good Ti springs( RCS ) have only 350lb or 400lb available." So which one do i go for 350 or 400 ?" Does anyone know of any cheaper alternatives?? ive also heard that cheap Ti springs are **** and can brake ? is that true?
Any help would be Greatly Appreciated