Ohlins Sale

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Dan Kyle, Dec 5, 2012.

  1. Dan Kyle

    Dan Kyle Been here awhile

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    Ohlins Sale for ADVRider Forum Inmates By Kyle Racing.

    I have been meaning to do a new Ohlins sale for a while but you know how it goes.

    This will be the third or fouth time we have done this so I hope by now we are known as a good Vendor to the Inmates.
    What really pushed me to get it done was Ohlins announcing a price increase is on the way.

    The new prices will be 5% higher than current Prices.

    The New 5% higher prices go into effect on Jan 1, 2013

    Ohlins makes 138 BMW shocks, alone, so rather than try and list all the shock prices here, Please use this link to look up what shock you want a price on.

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    Please contact me with any questions or post them on this thread, I will take a look each day.

    My contact information is:

    Dan Kyle

    Kyle Racing

    831 394 1330

    dan@kyleusa.com

    Or send me a PM
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  2. Dan Kyle

    Dan Kyle Been here awhile

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    Ok now for some additional information on the Ohlins shocks.

    Ohlins uses a series of letters and number to tell us what features each shock has, this is the information on that coding.

    These Letter/Numbers are listed on the Link with the pricing next to the Shock Part Number.

    Examples of Ohlins Codes:

    S46ER1S

    S46HR1C1S

    S46D

    S36DR1S

    T36PR1C1


    Shock Absorbers - Types and Adjustments

    Start by finding out which shock absorber fits your bike. Then identify which kind of shock absorber it is and which adjustment features.

    S, T
    Single or Twin tube design

    36,39,44,46 or 50 mm
    Piston diameter

    E - Emulsion type
    D - Monotube high pressure gas type with internal reservoir in main body
    P - Montotube high pressure gas type with external "piggy back" reservoir
    H - Monotube high pressure gas type, hose mounted external reservoir
    K - Emulsion type for cruiser bikes
    Q1 - Progressive damping with two pistons
    W - Delivered without spring

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  3. teizms

    teizms Long timer

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    what is the recommendation for a 2005 R1200GS. 90% of the riding for this particular bike is with pillion and luggage. Combined weight of the two humans is roughly 290 pounds. The standard height is a bit tall and i would really like it to be a bit lower.
    What does the installion usually run?
    Why chose this over Wilburs?

    Sorry about the basic questions but i am not mechanically gifted.
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  4. Dan Kyle

    Dan Kyle Been here awhile

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    Ohlins has a number of shocks for the R1200GS.

    In a short shock, which will be about the same or a little lower than your stocker Ohlins Offers the BM508 and BM509.

    I am not sure what the installation will run, as it will depend on what accessaries you have on the bike and what the shop hourly rate is.
    Please check with whoever you plan to use to install them on that.

    I believe Ohlins does these things better than any Motorcycle shock manufacture:


    Support

    Engineering

    Resell Value

    Ride Quality

    Bike control
    Feel
    Build Quality

    Ohlins has a number of advantages over all the other aftermarket shocks.

    The first is support, Ohlins USA is the Distributor of Ohlins shocks in the USA and are owned by Ohlins Sweden.

    This requires them to keep a large support staff and a very large inventory of spare parts.
    So as the years go by there will always be parts and people who can service Ohlins shocks.

    Ohlins has a number of shops like ours that can also do service and in our case warranty repairs if needed.

    I work on maybe 1 or 2 Warranty problems a year. I sell more than 2000 Ohlins products a year.

    The Warranty is 5 years on DEFECTS of parts or labor. This does not cover normal maintenance.

    Ohlins is the largest producer of Aftermarket Motorcycle shocks.
    Ohlins shocks are used all over the world at every level, including racing at the highest level.

    This gives the 80 Ohlins Engineers first hand experiance in designing a reliable shock.
    It means shocks are not just designed on a shock dyno, they are installed on bikes and tested by Ohlins Riders that include former racers.

    Ohlins has an internet site called the Ohlins World Site, it lists all Ohlins Products made over the last 30 plus years.
    I can look at spec sheets, Installation manuals, spare parts lists drawings, for everything Ohlins has ever made, this is a huge assist when Customers have Questions.
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  5. Dan Kyle

    Dan Kyle Been here awhile

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    Ohlins has some new products in the last 12 months for the R1200GS and R1200GS Adv

    The first are the ESP Replacement shocks.

    Ohlins calls these the Mechatronic Shocks

    Here is a link for detailed information on the BM670 and BM671 shock packages.


    http://www.bmws1000rr.net/pics/mechatronic.pdf
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  6. Dan Kyle

    Dan Kyle Been here awhile

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    The second new product for the R1200GS and R1200GS Adv are the TTX design shocks the BM676/ BM677 for the R1200GS and the BM678/BM679 for the R1200GS Adv

    http://www.bmws1000rr.net/pics/dualsportbmw.pdf

    I would like to explain a little about TTX type shocks.

    Ohlins introduced these to us in 2007.

    The are a completely different design them all prior Ohlins shock.

    They use a solid piston to move oil to two remote valves with shim stacks.

    One is the Rebound circuit and the other is the Compression circuit.

    By using a solid piston to two separate valve it solves a number of problems conventional shocks have

    First the two circuits, rebound and compression are completely separate, so when one is adjusted the other is NOT affected.

    Second the design reduces the possibility of cavitation, this allows Ohlins to reduce the Gas Pressure inside the shock from as high as 20 bar (294 PSI) to 6 Bar (88PSI) .

    What this means is lower pressure inside the shock.

    Lower pressure trying to push out shock oil, this makes the job of the seals easier, Lower friction, and most important a more reliable shock.
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  7. jad3675

    jad3675 Been here awhile

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    Hey Dan -
    What's the price on a DU143?

    Thanks,
    John
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  8. Dan Kyle

    Dan Kyle Been here awhile

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    PM sent, Thanks, Dan
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  9. tkb

    tkb Mr. Britten's bike

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    I'll bump this thread back to the top of the Vendor list. This is an excellent opportunity to get the Ohlins shocks that will transform your bike at a great price and from a dealer who is knowledgeable and very customer oriented. Give Dan a call, you will not be disappointed.

    I have no connection with Dan and Kyle Racing--just bought a set of Ohlins from him yesterday after pestering him with numerous email questions and telephone calls, even changing my order, all of which he handled with good grace--could not be a better person with which to deal.

    This ADvRider December sale price is not to be missed, and Dan tells me that Ohlins has announced a 5% price increase to take effect 1/2013. Don't miss out.
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  10. dirtyoffroad

    dirtyoffroad Been here awhile

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    OK, I'll bite.How much to upgrade my 2011 GSA suspension with ESA?
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  11. fast4d

    fast4d Long timer

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    sale on forks too?

    I'm interested in FRGT202 for S1000rr (2012)
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  12. Dan Kyle

    Dan Kyle Been here awhile

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    PM with pricing sent.

    Thanks, Dan
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  13. Dan Kyle

    Dan Kyle Been here awhile

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    Sure PM sent

    We also have the FGRT811 forks for the S1000RR at $1900 a set.

    The FGRT202 forks are more.
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  14. greywolves

    greywolves Too OLD to be a NOOB

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    PM me a price on HO 931 please?

    Also Ohlins Shocks '07 Triumph Scrambler...

    Thanks
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  15. Dan Kyle

    Dan Kyle Been here awhile

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    PM sent, thanks
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  16. slowpoke

    slowpoke Been here awhile

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    I heard that Ohlins is going to raise their prices next year, so this is the time to buy if you were thinking about it.:rofl
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  17. Dan Kyle

    Dan Kyle Been here awhile

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    You are correct.

    There will be a 5% price increase on Jan 1 2013
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  18. Dan Kyle

    Dan Kyle Been here awhile

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    I would like to add

    Ohlins USA does already make a 30 MM cartridge kit for the F800GS forks as well as the
    Triumph 800 and Triumph 800XC.

    And are working others.

    Ohlins Sweden has announced they will also be making front fork kits for these same bikes as well as others.

    But the Ohlins Sweden kits are not due untill spring or summer 2013.

    We have installed the Ohlins USA kits in a number of F800GS's and the performance imnprovement is excellent.
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  19. tkb

    tkb Mr. Britten's bike

    Joined:
    Jul 22, 2007
    Oddometer:
    173
    Location:
    Northern California N40 14.804 W121 09.068
    A bump for a good sale. Nothing improves a bike like a set of Ohlins
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  20. Dan Kyle

    Dan Kyle Been here awhile

    Joined:
    Sep 1, 2007
    Oddometer:
    473
    I have some special pricing on the Ohlins BM606 and BM607 shocks.

    These are for the R1200GS Adv ONLY

    Both are being replaced by the newer TTX design shocks. The BM606 and BM607 were the best Ohins had for the R1200GSAdv from 2006 thru 2012.

    The rear is a progressive damping fully adjustable shock. Adjustable rebound, adjustable compression.
    With a piggyback Gas reservoir and a Hydraulic spring preload adjuster.

    The front is a standard Ohlins front with adjustable rebound.

    These can be used for both road use and offroad use.

    These are brand new shocks, withy Ohlins 5 year warranty.

    $1299 a pair

    Thanks, Dan
    831 394 1330
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