Upplands Väsby, Sweden, November 19, 2020 – New for model year 2021, Öhlins has released its latest MX and Enduro shock absorber, the TTX® Flow DV. This new shock is engineered to help dramatically improve the riding experience by delivering exceptional traction and comfort without compromising bottoming resistance and chassis stability.
This new twin-tube shock represents a complete overhaul of flow damper technology, resulting in more accurate and consistent damping during both compression and rebound. The shock’s new high-speed compression adjustor allows riders to adapt their setup to virtually any track condition or riding style.
“The TTX Flow DV is the result of several years of research and development with existing MX and Enduro absorbers and represents a significant advancement in the evolution of motorcycle damping technology,” said Johnny Bräster, two-wheel OE aftermarket sales, marketing and product management.
Other new features of the Öhlins TTX Flow DV shock include:
- TTX twin tube technology, which precisely controls the movement of oil during compression and rebound
- New compression valve interface for optimal pressure control
- New rebound needle and shaft jet design
- Stronger, 16mm shaft
- Patent-pending FLOW valve dynamic control
- Great bottoming resistance
- Unique spring clip design for easy spring change
- Wide range of optional springs
More information about the TTX Flow DV and other innovative Öhlins suspension technologies can be found at www.ohlins.com.
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Öhlins Racing has been an integrated part of the motorsport industry as well as the motorcycle and automotive industry for over 40 years, focusing on high-quality products, service and support, all the way from the MotoGP circuits to the local, national racing events in over 50 distributing countries. Öhlins Racing is a subsidiary of Tenneco Inc. (NYSE: TEN) and part of the DRiV™ division, a leading global aftermarket and OE business.
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