News Ohlins Offer: Fork Piston Kit, Springs, Shock

Ohlins Offer: Fork Piston Kit, Springs, Shock

Motorcycle Parts

For a limited time, Öhlins USA is offering a fork rebuild upgrade for the greatly discounted price of $499. This service includes parts and service and return shipping for an Öhlins Fork Piston Kit with Springs, installed by Öhlins USA technicians.

All 20mm cartridge type forks apply, which are the type used on most sportbikes, from mediumweight to liter bikes.

In addition to this promotion, Öhlins USA is offering the following shocks for $850, while supplies last. Combining the fork upgrade with the purchase of one of these shocks, the total price is reduced even further to $1299 out-the-door, including all return freight charges.

This is the chance to improve the performance of one or both ends of your motorcycle with the best suspension components at the best price, whether you use your sportbike for racing, riding, or track days.

And, as always, after purchase Öhlins USA is here to assist with set up, to personalize your motorcycle precisely to your needs.

By mating Öhlins high-tolerance fork components to an OEM fork, a remarkable improvement can be achieved at a low cost, that for a limited time is lower than ever.

This modification is allowed in all types of racing and its benefits include reduced lap times, improved tire-life management, and traction.

Available Shock Fitments Include:

Honda

05-06 CBR 600RR (Shock HO 502)

98-99 CBR 900RR (Shock HO 802)

00-01 CBR 900/929RR (Shock HO 152)

02-03 CBR 919/954RR (Shock HO 202)

04-07 CBR 1000RR (Shock HO 604)

Kawasaki

05-06 ZX-6R (Shock KA 502)

04-05 ZX-10R (Shock KA 345)

06-07 ZX-10R (Shock KA 540) – Include the top mount steering damper (SD 177) Extra $300

Suzuki

01-03 GSX-R 600 (Shock SU 149)

04-05 GSX-R 600/750 (Shock SU 347)

05-06 GSX-R 1000 (Shock SU 503)

Yamaha

05 R6 (Shock YA 505)

06-07 R6 (Shock YA 606)

98-01 R1 (Shock YA 155)

04-06 R1 (Shock YA 343)

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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