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  1. Bike is a 2013 250sx with a 56N spring on the ohlins shock. I'm 195lbs without gear riding everything from tight single track to occasional motocross in the summer. Vet A class when I race offroad races. I picked this shock up used a while ago pulled the shaft to inspect and change the oil. The compression valving looked on the soft side but I decided to leave it alone for a while and give it a chance. The Ohlins shock is very smooth and picks up most of the terrain quite well. My main complaint is bottoming a little too easy and generally a little too much wallow. Turning the low speed clicker in helps, but it makes the shock harsh so I try to leave it 10-12 clicks out. HS on ll and Reb around 20 out. I didn't pull the high speed to see what stack is in there because of the 3 pin tool needed. Has anyone been able to thread this out with a regular spanner tool? Comp_____________Reb 38 x .20 x 10____34 x .20 x 4 26 x .15_________26 x .15 38 x .20_________34 x .20 36 x .20_________32 x .20 34 x .20_________30 x .20 32 x .20_________28 x .20 30 x .20_________26 x .20 28 x .20_________24 x .20 25 x .20_________22 x .20 23 x .20_________20 x .20 20 x .20
  2. 0 comments

    Plenty of power. Outdated suspension that feels uneasy and wild. Not confidence inspiring.
  3. 0 comments

    for the money its just brilliant<br />
  4. 0 comments

    Stock is pretty good...still doesn't turn but is far better than previous gen...great motor...forks not very good...fit and finish is better than previous years too
  5. WASHINGTON, D.C. - July 13, 2015 - (Motor Sports Newswire) - RECALL SUMMARY Name of product: Ӧhlins RXF 48 front forks for motocross bikes Hazard: The front fork can break or detach, posing a crash hazard. Remedy: Replace Consumer Contact: Ӧhlins USA at (800) 336-9029 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday or online at www.ohlinsusa.com and click on Important Safety Recall for more information
  6. I have been searching the internet and can't really find anything. Ive got a set of Euro 2016 AER forks that I'm not happy with and after $1,000, I am ready to pull the trigger and buy a set of Ohlins or Cone valves. I will just buy new ohlins cartridges if I am unable to find a good used set that I can slap on, but I would prefer to buy a complete fork so I can sell the AER's to get some money back.
  7. 2 reviews

    Oil in the damper is kept under pressure to avoid free play Three different systems give you smooth damping in all conditions Base damping gives 18 adjustable settings (clicks) for maximum tunability and control Dampers mount across upper triple clamp, unless noted in chart Ohlins steering damper kits for specific bike models come with all necessary mounting hardware
  8. I've been debating on whether or not to buy a set of ohlins lately. I'm an A class enduro/HS rider and I want to know does the positives of ohlins warrant the price tag? Please, owners/ex-owners only. I want real world opinions, moto guys please chime in too.
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    The best bike I've road to date. Very light feeling for a 4 stroke and turns very fast. Great smooth/linear power but if you really want it to rip just keep twisting the throttle. The linkage absorbs the breaking and acceleration bumps way better than the old pds and still does great in the woods.
  10. So my brother just got an 06 rm250, and it came with an ohlins shock on it. We've been trying to set the suspension back to the factory settings and go from there, which was easy on the forks, being they are still the oem showas. I don't know where to begin on the shock though, as I don't even know what model it is. Ive been looking up some stuff on the ohlins website, but I haven't really found a match for what we have. I might just give them a call tomorrow, but in the meantime, I thought I would post up some pictures of it to see if anyone here could I.D. it.
  11. http://www.pingerringer.com/2013/12/09/the-suspension-journey-takes-a-new-direction/ 🤣 🤣 🤣 🤣 Don't cry, we forgive you Tye 👍 😉
  12. 2 reviews

    GENERAL INFORMATION Factory derived forks that any MX racer can buy. Previously only available to factory supported Öhlins riders, the new MX forks contain all of the technical knowledge and premium components that are usually found in factory forks, but at a fraction of the cost. With gold outer tubes, the new MX forks not only stand out from the crowd, they offer championship winning performance. Designed to offer a degree of flex to improve the ride quality, the outers are machined from aluminium then anodised gold for that Öhlins factory finish. The 48mm inner tubes have a Diamond Like Carbon (DLC) coating with low friction seals and bushes to reduce friction and offer improved performance and damping precision as well as a tough outer surface. Inside the forks is Öhlins already class-leading TTX Cartridge kit. ¨
  13. 3 reviews

    The culmination of three decades of world championship roadracing and more than 100 World titles Features high- and low-speed compression and rebound damping; all settings are independent This allows a huge range of adjustments with equal increments of force throughout the adjustment settings range - even the shape of the damping curve can be changed to suit all types of tracks and conditions All preload and rebound adjustment changes affect the flow of damping oil from the piston, not the shock piston rod or oil displacement volume Compression damping forces are unique - unlike a conventional shock, compression is not caused by a drop in pressure on the rebound side of the piston; instead, it is caused by an increase in pressure on the compression side This reduces cavitation and makes high gas pressure in the shock reservoir unnecessary, keeping internal pressures in the shock unit at a minimum The low amount of internal pressure results in excellent suspension response even with a short stoke/high force acting on the shock Piggyback-type shock reservoir gives improved cooling to the shock oil for more consistent damping and long damper life Integrated remote hydraulic spring preload adjuster 36mm shock piston
  14. I picked up a 2005 yz250 roller today . I have a ohlins 360 big bore engine that was in a 92 yz that I found . I also plan to install a wide ratio transmission . the plan was going to be make it yellow and black but the yellow plastics are getting hard to find. if anyone knows where i can get a set that would be great. so it looks like i may go white and get red grafix made for it.
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