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Old 11-30-2012, 05:37 PM   #1
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Ohlins PRXL46 YA-606 Riders 170-180-190 LBS.

Can someone please help me figure out which Spring I should have on my 2007 R6 (V) Ohlins PRXL46 YA-606
Riders that weigh: 170-180-190 LBS what spring do you have on your Ohlins YA-606 rear shock?

I weigh 175lbs about 183 lbs with gear.

the spring I have on it now is 01093-31/95

01093 Refers to the diameter and length of the spring
31 is the Spring Rate
95 is NM, or Kg or LB

My question is: what weight of the rider is this spring rated for? 180-190-200 lbs or none of these.


also do you also have your SAG numbers?
I got 558mm fully extended topped out, bike on the ground without rider 557mm and 555mm with rider on the bike
Free Sag I want 5-10mm and ride height I want 30-40mm and based on the spring on my bike no way to get there
with the numbers above currently Free SAG 15mm and Ride Height 3mm Pre-load is all backed out (No Preload)

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Old 11-30-2012, 05:45 PM   #2
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Re: Ohlins PRXL46 YA-606 Riders 170-180-190 LBS.

would be easier to call catalyst reaction in san mateo.
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Re: Ohlins PRXL46 YA-606 Riders 170-180-190 LBS.

who? Dave Moss?


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Re: Ohlins PRXL46 YA-606 Riders 170-180-190 LBS.

The .95 is for a 180-190 lb rider if I not mistaken. I have the Ohlins .90 which is set for a 175lb rider. I called 35 Motorsports on mine and he was more than willing to help me out.
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Re: Ohlins PRXL46 YA-606 Riders 170-180-190 LBS.

I believe racetech.com has a spring calculator on their site that may be able to help you out.
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Old 11-30-2012, 06:18 PM   #7
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Re: Ohlins PRXL46 YA-606 Riders 170-180-190 LBS.

Thanks. Sounds like I have the right spring then.

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Old 11-30-2012, 06:21 PM   #8
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If it helps at all...I am 180 and I am going to be purchasing a .95 spring.
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Old 11-30-2012, 06:21 PM   #9
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Re: Ohlins PRXL46 YA-606 Riders 170-180-190 LBS.

Thanks, I looked at it but it was too much mumbo jumbo for me to figure it out


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Old 11-30-2012, 06:26 PM   #10
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thanks for all of your input/information.


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