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Seen this on a thailand fb page,looks good but what is the bottle for?ive seen it on motocross bikes
Seems expensive at 20,000 baht

 

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Just did the conversion on 20000 Baht.

That is extremely good for Ohlins. Do you have a link where to buy?

 

I found this if it helps .............. 

 

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OHLINS ASIA PRICE 2014

สนใจตัวไหนทักได้ครับผม

087-0004466 , 084-4664436

Kawasaki

ER6N / NINJA650 / TYPE S46DR 1X,XXX Baht

VERSYS / TYPE S46DR 1X,XXX Baht

NINJA 250,300,Z250 / TYPE S36DR 1X,XXX Baht

D TRACKER250 /TYPE S46PRC 1X,XXX Baht

KSR / TYPE S36DR 1X,700 Baht

Honda

MSX125 , GROM / TYPE S36PC 1X,600 Baht

FORZA 250 , 300 / TYPE S36PR 2X,XXX Baht

ZOOMER X / TYPE S36PC 11,XXX Baht

PCX 125 , 150 / TYPE S36PC 2X,XXX Baht

CBR 250 / TYPE S36DR 1X,650 Baht

CBR 150 R / TYPE S36DR 1X,650 Baht

CBR500 R,CBR500F / TYPE S46DR 1X,200 Baht

CBR500 X / TYPE S46DR 1X,200 Baht

CRF 250 M / TYPE S46HRC 2X,XXX Baht

CRF 250 L / TYPE S46HRC 2X,XXX Baht

KTM

DUKE 200 / TYPE S46DR 15,XXX Baht

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Just did the conversion on 20000 Baht.

That is extremely good for Ohlins. Do you have a link where to buy?

What the price u.s.?

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Add bns speed on facebook but as everything its not easy to buy

Email bikerzbits and see if he can stock it

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I would think if you found an Ohlins distributor in the US selling that shock the price would be WAY over that $615 you get from the Thai conversion rate.  Ohlins stuff is usually TOP dollar.

 

And maybe its no big deal but personally I dont like the mounting of the reservoir right next to the hot engine.  I thought one of the big reasons for reservoir shocks was to help reduce heat and shock fade, so why would you want the parts mounted next to a hot engine.  Seems like you could find a better place.  Ideally Id want one thats just mounted solid to the shock body instead of on a flexible line/hose, not sure if the CRFL has room for a shock with a resi on the body thou, havnt really looked much at the space around the shock.  Seems like you could find a better place to mount the resi thou besides right next to the engine.

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The gas is to keep the oil under pressure to prevent cavitation of the oil.

You can mount it where ever you want eg like the yss shock. I don't personally feel mounting gas reservoir where they have will cause a huge issue though, but I prefer the way yss have mounted their reservoir.

The piggyback style reservoir doesn't fit on the bike hence the reason for the remote reservoir.

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What exactly have they mounted it to? I can see the hose clamps but not sure what they have attached it to.

Never knew Showa made remote reservoir shocks.

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What exactly have they mounted it to? I can see the hose clamps but not sure what they have attached it to.

Never knew Showa made remote reservoir shocks.

 

That particular bike is Honda's concept/prototype model to show off what could be done to this bike and is in fact the motivation for me and my build ...  :thumbsup:  

When I first saw this bike back in 2011 ...  I knew this is what I had to have...  :ride:

Now mine is no where near what this one is but, I do feel as I have came close and I am not completely done yet ....  :p

Honda has the resources to have what ever the design team puts on paper made into a reality ... I wonder how much money Honda has wrapped into this fine looking machine ...  :shocked:

I really want that seat cover ....  :banghead:

 

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FYI for us Yanks...

 

i sent an email to Ohlins:

 

Last Name: Phone:
Email Address:
City: Jacksonville
State: Florida
Include in Mailing List: Yes
Comments: i see that in asian markets you offer a rear shock for the 2013-2014 honda crf250L. Getting parts from asia is kind of a pain. Will this be available in the states? thanks in advance!

 

Their response:

 

Thank you for your email. I don't see a shock for the 2013-2014 Honda crf250L in the Öhlins catalog. It is my understanding that the Asian Öhlins distributor has ordered these shocks as a special limited production run. We do not have access to this shock part number, sorry.

Thank you, Jerry

 

Jerry Wohlgemuth- Customer Support Manager

Öhlins USA, Inc.
703 S. Grove Street, Unit C
Hendersonville, NC 28792
(828)692-4525 ext. 313

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