Following Öhlins Racing’s recent addition of more affordable product lines, UK customers will also benefit from reduced pricing on all models as the pound strengthens, meaning it’s a good time to invest in uprated suspension.
The biggest change comes to the newly introduced TTX RT Road and Track range of affordable shocks, which will now retail at £896 – a £140 saving, and the Street Performance Line of shocks will sell at £499.
Based on the popular TTX36 model, the RT is designed for road and trackday riders, giving the expected level of MotoGP derived technology but with slightly less features than the new TTXGP shock, developed for ultimate track performance. The new TTX RT is available for the BMW S1000RR, Honda CBR 1000RR, Kawasaki ZX-10R, Suzuki GSX-R 600/750/1000 and Yamaha YZF R6.
The Street Performance Line offers owners of Naked machines such as the Honda Hornet models an affordable, high end shock for extremely good value. Rebuildable and equipped with rebound and preload adjustors, these shocks make an excellent choice over an OE replacement item.
To find out more about the full range of Öhlins equipment and services contact one of the dedicated Öhlins Centres in the UK- BG Motorsport, Crescent Motorcycles, FTR Suspension, Harris Performance Products Ltd, Kais Suspension Services, MH Racing Services, Mick Gardner Racing and P&H Motorcycles.
For more info on the full line-up of Öhlins products visit www.ohlins.com
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