Ohlins - Front Shock
Important ordering information: When you order Ohlins suspension from Wunderlich America, you will not be merely receiving an off the shelf product. Each shock absorber will be especially built just for you by Ohlins factory trained technicians, based on the information that you provide. The Ohlins modular construction system and the world-wide cooperation between Ohlins and Wunderlich make this possible.
Answering all of the questions above will allow us to select the proper components in assembling your shock absorber. If needed, You will be able to provide additional information in the comments section later on in the checkout process to let us know about any modifications or additional particulars pertaining to your bike.
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Ohlins Front "Street Performance Line " Shock Absorber R1200 GS
This is the D46 DR1 series front shock absorber for your R1200 GS. It offers a vast improvement over the stock unit and is a great value for the money.
Within this shock absorber lies a sensational feature: The damper is a single tube design with a 46 mm piston. This monotube high pressure gas type shock absorber with an integral gas reservoir in the main body is loaded with performance. Unlike other shocks that do not have an exterior reservoir, this is not a standard emulsion type shock absorber. There is no comparison between the Ohlins suspension and the stock suspension. The radical improvement will be immediately noticeable and your BMW will become the ultimate fun machine.
- Ohlins quality and performance
- Ohlins finishes and design, developed with racing experience
- Single tube damper with 46 mm diameter, Teflon guided piston
- Adjustable rebound damping and compression in one adjustment
- Custom built to your specifications
- 30 click damping adjustment
- Completely rebuildable and serviceable
- Maintenance free pivot bearings
- Made in Sweden, assembled in USA
The Ohlins modular construction system makes it possible to completely disassemble the shock for routine servicing and repairs. Should servicing become necessary, you will have like new performance restored and for this reason, the shock will certainly last for the lifetime of the motorcycle.