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The stock rear Ohlins spring on our Hyper "S" is a 01092-29 which by the Ohlins spring chart is a 6.7" long spring, the (1092). The (29) is the spring rate which is 514 lbs in. The next heavier springs are the 01092-(31) at 542 lbs in. & the 01092-(34) is a 571 lbs in.
The question I have is what is the rider weight range of each spring? I tried to find out the info, with NO luck, does anyone know? TIA Alex
 

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If you have to ask you weigh too much!!! Stay off the prezels and ice cream dude :eek:

The stock rear Ohlins spring on our Hyper "S" is a 01092-29 which by the Ohlins spring chart is a 6.7" long spring, the (1092). The (29) is the spring rate which is 514 lbs in. The next heavier springs are the 01092-(31) at 542 lbs in. & the 01092-(34) is a 571 lbs in.
The question I have is what is the rider weight range of each spring? I tried to find out the info, with NO luck, does anyone know? TIA Alex
 

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the stock spring (prob similar) seems to be good for a 65-70kg rider for street riding. my sag figures were pretty good on it aparently.
 

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That's right Big Bore. You are a big bore-ing fella that won't even go camping. We'll have bacon available

Come on dude!!!!!!

Ohh your soooo Funneeee......you, :rolleyes: you Skinny Freak!! :D LOL Alex
 

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That's right Big Bore. You are a big bore-ing fella that won't even go camping. We'll have bacon available

Come on dude!!!!!!
Priorities, priorities....... Now get off my thread! They do not make a spring "light" enough for you! :cool: "LOL" Alex
 

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alex i just had all my suspension redone, by jason pellengahr at az bikes in scottsdale he is very good at suspension.im 195 ibs but ride pretty agressive in the front he did (oho1309-01)springs in the fork and used ohlins fork oil not sure what weight.in the rear he installed the 1092-34 ohlins spring.it also states on my paperwork 57/170/100 whatever that means.hope that helps ya as well as u helped me in the past with ur wisdom.
 

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I contacted Ohlins directly and for my weight (250 with gear) they recommended a 01092-36. I replaced it (very easy to do) and set my rear sag right at 30mm. I also replaced the plastic preload adjuster ring with a aluminum one (Ohlins part# 00531-01) while I was there.
 

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I contacted Ohlins directly and for my weight (250 with gear) they recommended a 01092-36. I replaced it (very easy to do) and set my rear sag right at 30mm. I also replaced the plastic preload adjuster ring with a aluminum one (Ohlins part# 00531-01) while I was there.
yea i did away with that stupid plastic one as well,it was under warranty...what the hell were they thinking!
 
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