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F3 Oil weight and air gap - Ohlins

I have manged to get hold of some Ohlins NIX 30 cartridges and a TTX GP for my F3 at a very good price.

I was wondering whether anyone knows if I can use the same air gap and oil weight that is specified for the Oro in the manual?

I plan to do the install myself and then have my local racing company do the set up.

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I would contact Ohlins directly. I doubt the MV spec will be correct. Why not just give them to your tech, have him refurb and set them to your weight, and then install on the bike?

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I would contact Ohlins directly. I doubt the MV spec will be correct. Why not just give them to your tech, have him refurb and set them to your weight, and then install on the bike?
Good point, I'll get hold of them.

They don't need as refurb as they are pretty much brand new. Also I prefer to do the work myself, they weren't cheap and the two local companies are asking between 320 and 500 to fit and set up. Set up is around 100 and I am mpore than capable of installing them myself, just need the settings.
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