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Exclamation Ohlins Moto GP Replica & Electronic Control Shock - December 26, 2011, 11:46 PM

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Only 100 units: Limited Öhlins MotoGP-replica package! | Öhlins DTC

New EC shock.
EICMA 2011: The first aftermarket EC shock absorber for Hypersport - Öhlins


EICMA 2011: The first aftermarket EC shock absorber for Hypersport

11/18/2011
Öhlins once again leads the way with the launch of the first aftermarket EC shock absorber for the Hypersport segment.






The multiple championships winning TTX36 Mk II shock absorber is now available in an EC Mechatronics version as an aftermarket optional. First out is an application for the Kawasaki ZX 10 R launched just in time for the 2012 season.

The engineers at Öhlins R&D have been working with these solutions for several years and the Mechatronics system were a winner in World Superbike already three years ago. With the evolution of sophisticated electronics in the modern hypersport bikes, time has come for Öhlins to launch the first EC aftermarket application for the fastest bike segment.



The TTX36 Mk II EC shock absorber for the Kawasaki ZX 10 R comes equipped with Öhlins EC actuators connected to the Öhlins ECU. It uses signals from the bikes original system to determine the intentions of the rider and the way the bike is driven. The suspension continuously changes the damping setting dependent on the riding style thanks to the ECU software developed by Öhlins R&D. As such this shock absorber has a smart EC function that continuously adapts to the way the bike is ridden. All adjustments are done while riding and the Öhlins system also detects if the rider choses the Power mode button on the bike and automatically changes the suspension to sportier settings.



The TTX36 is already established as the World’s premium shock absorber through unrivalled race success. With the latest Mk II version now also available as the World’s first EC application the TTX36 concept takes another big step forward. There will be upgrade possibilities in the future and as with any Öhlins shock absorber it is serviceable at any Öhlins Service Centre worldwide and as all Öhlins shock absorbers it is also completely rebuildable.

Peter Andersson, Product Manager MC at Öhlins Racing commented: “Our hypersport range is already mightily impressive and with this first EC aftermarket application for the hypersport segment it’s impossible not to be even more impressed. Just a few years after we first had racing success in World Superbike with Mechatronics technology and with the
successful launches of the EC systems for the Ducati Multistrada and the recent success of the Mechatronics aftermarket system for the BMW R1200 GS this is another important step forward for our new technology. The ZX 10R is a fantastic bike to debut this system on and its’ already great performance will definitely be improved by the combination of Öhlins TTX36 technology and Öhlins Mechatronics technology.”



Only 100 units: Limited Öhlins MotoGP-replica package!

TTX-shock "Limited Edition"
Only 100 units for each model
Exclusive MotoGP technology

June 22, 2009 Öhlins Racing wants to celebrate its long lasting commitment in the MotoGP with a very exclusive Replica of the most recent TTX technology. This unique product will only be available to the Öhlins Racing contracted brands that compete in the most respected series in the world; the Yamaha R1, Kawasaki ZX10R, Suzuki GSX-R1000 and the Ducati 1098/1198 models.

The Replica is based upon the extremely popular TTX36 shock absorber but some standard parts have been upgraded to genuine racing material. The compression and rebound valves have been replaced by genuine MotoGP light-weight aluminium valves and all shock absorbers have unique stickers with setting information prepared by our race mechanics to ensure maximum performance and handling. The technicians have placed the hexagon adjustment screw driver for the valves in the exclusive state-of-the-art box. To make the TTX36LE (LE=Limited Edition) stand out at the local café Öhlins race technicians have added an anodized spring preload adjustment knob machined from aluminum.
To top it all off Öhlins Racing has designed an exclusive, limited chronograph watch with a precise Citizen movement inside. It has a black leather strap with the distinctive Öhlins Racing original yellow livery. The watch will only be made in a restricted number and will only be delivered inside the TTX36LE box. The total quantity will be 100 in total... no more... no less. The price is 1.615 Euro.


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December 27, 2011, 08:33 AM

Well, I had no idea WSBK had electronic shocks 3 years ago. I wonder what the cost of this baby will be?

And its made for the 2011 ZX10R


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December 27, 2011, 08:54 AM

Probably just as much as the bike!!!
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December 27, 2011, 09:05 AM

$15k with everything I'd guess. They'll be scooped up by the AMA teams real quick I think
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December 27, 2011, 10:22 PM

im going to ask thermos man just for the hell of it.
Im getting a regular TTX36 soon.

Me and my buddy was estimating $2500 for the shock and $1000 for the ecu that runs it.


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