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Old October 29th, 2012, 06:10 PM   #1
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Ohlins forks for 916

Me again, work is slow at the momment, plenty of time to think, I picked up a set of 1198SP Ohlins forks the other day and was intending to mount them to my 996, the only problem is that they have the radial mount caliper fork bottoms, I have seen some where in the forums that I would need a xx98 front wheel as the axle sizes and disc offset are different, does this sound correct? If anyone out has a set of Ohlins to suit the old 9xx front wheel, I would be happy to swap or maybe a xx98 front with discs?
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Old October 29th, 2012, 08:11 PM   #2
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Old October 30th, 2012, 03:08 AM   #3
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Just get a set of the correct Ohlins. And while you're at it, try to find some R&T's--they're a lot better than the stock "Ducati Ohlins". I don't know why people insist on creating headaches for themselves.
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Old October 30th, 2012, 03:37 PM   #4
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Just get a set of the correct Ohlins. And while you're at it, try to find some R&T's--they're a lot better than the stock "Ducati Ohlins". I don't know why people insist on creating headaches for themselves.
You seem to have a wealth of knowledge Nine16

Maybe you could tell me this, If I listed the bikes I have owned, such as my Deltek Rockhopper and my MX80...would it make me feel more,
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Surely you could answer this?
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Old October 30th, 2012, 04:14 PM   #5
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I have 1198s Ohlins on my 916, you need to use the 1198 axle (although the size is the same) as the fitment in the forks is different.

You can use a 916 wheel but you need 15mm offset discs (748R, 998R) or you can use a 999/ 1198 wheel & disc setup but this way you lose the mechanical speedo option.

Obviously you'll need radial calipers and new brake lines but the 916 front fender will fit.

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Old October 30th, 2012, 09:16 PM   #6
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If I listed the bikes I have owned, such as my Deltek Rockhopper
I'm thinking about listing my Deckson Daredevil and my Honda SL70 in my previously owned bikes list.
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Old October 31st, 2012, 07:17 PM   #7
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I have 1198s Ohlins on my 916, you need to use the 1198 axle (although the size is the same) as the fitment in the forks is different.

You can use a 916 wheel but you need 15mm offset discs (748R, 998R) or you can use a 999/ 1198 wheel & disc setup but this way you lose the mechanical speedo option.

Obviously you'll need radial calipers and new brake lines but the 916 front fender will fit.

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Nice work Desmo, exactly the imformation I was looking for, good to see that there are some people out there that can pass on their knowledge without belittling the less experienced.

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Old October 31st, 2012, 07:40 PM   #8
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It's not belittling. It's passing on the knowledge that's it's far easier to simply use the right forks for the application instead of tracking down a chain of parts and/or winding up with no speedometer. But anything can be done. Carry on.
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OK, for the average rider, is there any real world benefit in changing the forks?
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Old October 31st, 2012, 10:49 PM   #10
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No real benefit in most of the things we put on our bikes, it is a matter of personal taste I guess, a lot people whack these anodized frame plug dodads on...I can't stand them! But hey, that's just me, I also want to grab every kid I see with their jocks sticking out of their pants and reef em over their pin cushioned heads.....funny how personal likes/dislike change as we get older?
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Hey 916
quick thread-jack question (while you 2 are having a barney)
Whats involved, and how easy/hard is it to fit a mono tailpiece to a biposto 998?
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Old November 1st, 2012, 12:40 AM   #12
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Whats involved, and how easy/hard is it to fit a mono tailpiece to a biposto 998?
Pretty simple--a whole lot easier than mounting a speedo-less 1098 front end.

It's actually been a while since I've had a biposto subframe on a bike but as I recall, the only new part you need is maybe the latch pin bracket from the biposto tail, which is shorter.
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oh, right.....so if I purchased a carbon aftermarket cowl, it should drop on ok?
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Old November 1st, 2012, 12:51 AM   #14
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The only difference between mounts for the 2 different tail pieces is the tailight/latch bracket as nine16 said. You will need to use the tailight/latch bracket from the biposto tail.
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Hey thanks, blokes.

Now, sorry....you were bluein' about something?
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