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post #1 of 6 Old 02-03-17, 19:53 Thread Starter
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Ohlins '13+ 675r Shocks on eBay

Found two OEM Ohlins Shocks, both 2013+ on eBay. Same seller for both.
Could be a good deal for somebody! I've dealt with the seller before, not affiliated at all, nothing but good things to say.

Link: http://m.ebay.com/itm/1126-2015-14-1...713?nav=SEARCH

And another @ $299, same seller

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post #2 of 6 Old 02-04-17, 09:00
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I bought my TTX from that seller. Those are very good prices!
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Great prices, I have bought from that seller before too and wouldn't hesitate buying from them.

I did experience some funny shit with them before though. They had a D675R tank that had some minor dings, but I was going to pick it up as my track bike tank since it was listed for hella cheap. I was the only person who bid not too long before ending, but was outbid in the end only to see the same tank re-listed a couple days later. That happened twice and I gave up after that. If the seller isn't willing to sell at such a low price, they should list the starting bid higher.

Anyway, back to the TTX. Just make sure the shock doesn't fall in the recall range, if it does, send it in. Ohlins Recall now includes OEM shock!!!

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I bought my TTX from that seller. Those are very good prices!
How does it compare to the stock unit over bumps? Harsher or plusher? (or about the same?)

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I think it's a bit better, but I seemingly have to jack up the damping to keep the bike from "hobby horsing." This is the case on both the TTX shock on my 2008 and the Ohlins SR805. I have the sag set in the mid 30s, else I seem to bottom out. I also have a set of FLUX plates. I think they did more for the ride than the shocks.
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These guys are right down the street from where I live. They sell parts off bikes that insurance has totaled. Anyone ever needs anything inspected I can just go in and ask to see the part.
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