Ok now for some additional information on the Ohlins shocks.
Ohlins uses a series of letters and number to tell us what features each shock has, this is the information on that coding.
These Letter/Numbers are listed on the Link with the pricing next to the Shock Part Number.
Examples of Ohlins Codes:
Shock Absorbers - Types and Adjustments
Start by finding out which shock absorber fits your bike. Then identify which kind of shock absorber it is and which adjustment features.
Single or Twin tube design
36,39,44,46 or 50 mm
E - Emulsion type
D - Monotube high pressure gas type with internal reservoir in main body
P - Montotube high pressure gas type with external "piggy back" reservoir
H - Monotube high pressure gas type, hose mounted external reservoir
K - Emulsion type for cruiser bikes
Q1 - Progressive damping with two pistons
W - Delivered without spring
C1 - Adjustable compression damping. Adjuster on reservoir
C2 - Adjustable high & low speed compression damping.
C4 - Electronically controlled (EC) compression damping
R1 - Adjustable rebound damping. Adjuster wheel on end-eye
R1 - Adjustable rebound with adjuster on the reservoir
R4 - Electronically controlled (EC) rebound damping adjuster
S - Hose mounted hydraulic spring preload adjuster
S1 - Electronically controlled (EC) hydraulic preload adjuster
B - Integrated hydraulic spring preload adjuster.
Mechanical spring preload adjuster