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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-31-2016, 08:09 AM Thread Starter
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motocorse ohlins fork

btw anyone now where i can get these ohlins fork from motocorse
before i saw this in design corse but i think they dont sell it again

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ohlins didnt make for f3 . i see only motocorse and dbs performance
but dbs so expansive
and motocorse forks completly looks cool and clean
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WRS Moto Special Parts
These supply the Ohlins 30mm cartridge kits for the F3 and also best price

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I have the MotoCorse Ohlins forks on my F3. They had to be improved with racing internals and correct rate springs. They are an expensive option.

For most riders probably the best cost vs performance option is to buy drop-in carts setup and sprung for the riders weight.

With only minor modification there are several Ohlin's forks for Ducati's and Aprilia's that use basically the same steering head length and bearing diameter, 25mm front axle diameter, brake lateral spacing and are about the correct length. Unfortunately to keep costs in check that means using the corresponding triples and clip-ons to make it work easily. Usual mods are steering head spacer/washer and or axle spacer to use MV front wheel.

In my research I found the Aprilia RSV & RSV4 Ohlin's front end assembly was going to be very easy to convert. Usually simple is best thus finding a complete assembly is a clean and easy way to make a fork swap.


I could not find any Ohlin's for other machines, that would be a simple drop in. Of course one can make nearly any front fork work on the F3 with enough customization and machine work. Best of Luck

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