Thread: ESA Question
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Old 08-31-2012, 05:39 AM   #14
TuonoBiker
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Originally Posted by Undermoose View Post
I believe Hyperpro and others are using the OEM ESA controls and moving them to their shock. This keeps the cost down compared to the Ohlins complete solution, but in response I noticed Ohlins now offers this type of reuse of the OEM parts now too bringing the total cost to $1800 for both front and rear Ohlins shocks: http://twalcomusa.com/ohlins-esa-rep...n-r1200gs.html

This is a great looking option. Very cool.

This seems a bit better - for some reason I trust BMW's motors used to adjust the shock a bit more than I do Ohlins...given their latest attempts on the Ducati bikes.

I haven't read about anybody having ESA issues....its quite reliable it seems....I know some guys don't like it since "it does nothing" or "is one more thing to go wrong" but overall, seems fairly robust. Am I wrong on this part?
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