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I'm fond of the Ohlins unit that comes with the F4.
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I bought the Matris version from a fellow member here.

So far, I like it very much.

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Support our sponsors, I designed the damper that Motovation sells for the Brutale. You can search on ezepilot and read about it.
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+1 We actually designed our own but went in favor of ezepilot's. Much better design.

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I have a 'Scotts' (ohlins) rotary damper as per Cazadore's avitar (photos also in my photo album). Looks and works great! Did fancy a matris at one time but I'm glad I got this one as new....ebay!! Brian.

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post #7 of 9 (permalink) Old 04-23-2010, 06:57 PM
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I have the Scotts as well. All I have to say it saved my ass once. The rotary feature is very handy for wide ranges of situations, i.e. city to open highway. If any of you guys end up using the Scotts just make sure you use Loctite on all bolts. The force is rather extreme on the hardware. I purchased mine from Motovation.

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My '08 Brute has an Ohlins rotary. The Ohlins-branded damper has been superceded by the Scotts which, for all intents and purposes, is a private labeled Ohlins unit.

Works great and gets put through its paces regularly.

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'08 Brutale 910R ... gone
'10 Brutale 1090R ... here
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