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Old Apr 5th 2014, 05:08 PM   #1
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Ohlins Titanium Spring??

I need a little softer spring for the rear TTX on the R. I would like to get the Ohlins Titanium spring off the Superleggera as that should be right in the middle for adjustment based on my weight. I have the stock spring adjusted out all the way and only get 27mm combined static/full gear sag in the rear.

Does anyone have a part number or price for the spring yet??

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Old Apr 5th 2014, 06:20 PM   #2
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The Ducati parts diagram does not list a part number for just the spring, it only has the entire shock absorber listed, which is bargain-basement priced at only $3818.36!
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Old Apr 5th 2014, 06:22 PM   #3
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Old Apr 5th 2014, 06:23 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by jarelj View Post
The Ducati parts diagram does not list a part number for just the spring, it only has the entire shock absorber listed, which is bargain-basement priced at only $3818.36!
Jarel... does this mean you have a parts price list for all SL parts???
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Jarel... does this mean you have a parts price list for all SL parts???
Yes sir, it's in our DCS system now, however many of the part numbers are not available to order, so you can't actually get any of this stuff yet. It's entertaining to look through though and gasp at how much everything costs, I think if you'd build the bike from parts it's a $200k machine!
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Originally Posted by jarelj View Post
Yes sir, it's in our DCS system now, however many of the part numbers are not available to order, so you can't actually get any of this stuff yet. It's entertaining to look through though and gasp at how much everything costs, I think if you'd build the bike from parts it's a $200k machine!
No doubt...... I am wondering if the Flywheel is the same as the R??
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No doubt...... I am wondering if the Flywheel is the same as the R??
Yes, flywheel is the same as the R.
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Originally Posted by jarelj View Post
Yes, flywheel is the same as the R.
Thank you... sorry to threadjack...carry on...lol...
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I figured the coil should be softer rate due to the lighter bike. Would give me a little adjustability to play with sag. I want to maintain the electronics so I just need the coil spring.

Anyone know of a good Ohlins Tech/Dealer to order a spring from?

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Old Apr 5th 2014, 07:54 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by leftcoast32 View Post
I figured the coil should be softer rate due to the lighter bike. Would give me a little adjustability to play with sag.
Ohlins offers many options without needing to go titanium..(as I am sure you know). It appears the spring would be an insane price even if available separately....
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