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w8....

the official Italian Distributor for Ohlins is Andreani.

this guys looks to be in Repubblica di San Marino, an independent nation into Italy (as monte carlo in france)

the product does not result into Ohlins online catalog, and as far as I know Italian distributor is in very close contatc qith Ohlins.... I'm expecting to read some news on their fb page, as well to be personally advised, since I've already booked the mono.

I suggest to wait to find it through official channels.... these guys do not appear into "Ohlins' official dealers' list"
 

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Diego: since comfort is my main gripe with the stock shock and DU505 has no compression adjustment, I wouldn't be able to tell if and how much it helps in terms of comfort if I can't compare spring rates. So ordering it would be a gamble.

Holding out for now.
 

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So now Mugello has 3 shocks available:

YSS MZ456, adjustable preload+rebound 10.5k THB ($310)
Ohlins DU505, adjustable preload+rebound 17k THB ($500)
YSS MU456, adjustable preload+rebound+compression 24k THB ($710)

Any reason to pick the Ohlins over the cheaper YSS apart from brand name?
Surprised Ohlins offers no fully adjustable shock.
 

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So now Mugello has 3 shocks available:

YSS MZ456, adjustable preload+rebound 10.5k THB ($310)
Ohlins DU505, adjustable preload+rebound 17k THB ($500)
YSS MU456, adjustable preload+rebound+compression 24k THB ($710)

Any reason to pick the Ohlins over the cheaper YSS apart from brand name?
Surprised Ohlins offers no fully adjustable shock.
Can you post Mugello's phone no or address or website? Thanks.
 
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