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Ducati Hyperstrada 939 Rear Shock

Ducati Hyperstrada 939 Rear Shock
Posted on July 07, 2016
Archive : July 2016
Category : News

Nitron are pleased to announce their shock upgrade for the New 2016 onwards Ducati Hyperstrada 939. Designed as a direct replacement for the factory fitted Sachs unit, the Nitron upgrade is available with either 2 way (NTR R2) or 3 way (NTR R3) independent adjustment, giving not only the facility for the rider to adjust the compression damping as desired, but also rebound adjustment far more effective than the factory unit and throughout a much wider range.

 

The well proven Nitron gas pressurised mono-tube damping system offers all riders immediate improvements in both handling and ride, making the bike much more usable under hard and prolonged conditions and is pre-set at the factory for exactly this. For more confident, more demanding riders the adjustment facility offers the ability for them to tailor the suspension settings to their own requirements and ensure they are getting the full potential from the bike.

 

If occasional load or pinion carrying is a requirement, an easy to use, remote hydraulic pre-load adjuster (HPA) option is also available. Colour conscious owners can also choose between the traditional Nitron blue coloured spring or the more subtle titanium black.

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