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#21 Bowells

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Posted 28 October 2010 - 08:54 AM

Dan Kyle said:

There are a number of ways to go.

Ohlins makes a kit, the 3200-27, this is all Ohlins parts along with 3 sets of springs, a pair of 9.0, 9.5, 10.5 Nmm.
This Ohlins kit is $475.

Or if you already have the correct springs, the stock forks have 10.0 Nmm spring we can sell just the Ohlins valve part of this kit for $350.

Or we make our own parts and use some Ohlins parts as well, Our kit requires a small amount of machining, a Lathe is needed, the Ohlins kit does not need this.
Our kit is $275, no springs.

We do our kit installed all parts and labor for $380, this includes Ohlins fork oil.
None of the kits come with ohlins fork oil, it is $36 a Liter. This is the Ohlins 1309 Oil one liter will be needed.

Thank you Sir..

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#22 Dux467

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Posted 28 March 2012 - 05:37 PM

Question regarding ride height and the Dunlop GP-A D211 190/60 on an 848.

I currently have the modded DU788 w/ track link and ride height adjuster. I also am using the Kyle Racing ride height tool.

I currently have my sag at 30mm, ride height at 235mm and was wondering what you would reccoment the ride height be for such a tall tire as the GP-A 190 i am running.

I am also running the Kyle Racing off-set triple and FGRT 25mm cartridge fronts with the GP-A 120/70 front.


Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Edited by Dux467, 28 March 2012 - 05:37 PM.


#23 kris018

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Posted 01 May 2015 - 07:28 AM

Bumping up a real old tread:)

Ohlins 25 MM Cart kit for the Showa Forks
Comp 2 turns out
Rebound 12 clicks out
Oil level 165MM


Is that messured with springs out and compressed?

Thx in advance


#24 RandomTask

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Posted 01 May 2015 - 08:22 PM

Just follow the directions that came with your kit. If I remember correctly, the oil level is measured with the springs in. It's actually the height of the air gap from the top of the fork stanchion to the oil.





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