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Ohlins Spring preload adjustment - March 9, 2007, 05:24 PM

Ohlins Spring preload adjustment
Hey I have an Ohlins on my 06 gsxr1000 and am at 25mm of sag with the hydraulic adjuster all the way out. The spring is a L146, I also have a L250.

Would I need to go to a different spring to get more sag? This year I'll be doing limited track days.

How can I move the hydraulic collar down to turn the mechanical adjuster? There is a pin holding it in place. Has anyone done this? Suggestions please!

Thanks!
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March 9, 2007, 07:37 PM

damn I have the opposite problem. 35mm with perload adj. all the way in. I am taking mine to Donnie as soon as I yank it out.
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