Coppersmith Öhlins is a full on Öhlins Racing Suspension center with a world wide customer base. Offering premium services, along with excellent technical and racer support. We are based out of Akron Ohio in the Midwest United States.
The All New 2014 Öhlins Off-Road Motocross & Enduro product lineup has been released! Be one of the first to utilize the astounding ttX 44 Shock, RFX 48mm Forks, and ttX Cartridge kit. Groundbreaking upgrades have been made to the 2014 shock, forks, and cartridge kit, delivering even smooth precision to your motorcycle. Making them Öhlins Best Performance Suspension Ever, true advanced suspension technology available to all levels of riders. KTM, Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, and Yamaha components in stock! 50cc, 65, 85, 125, 250, 250F, 300, 350F, 450F, and more!
From Supercross to Enduro, from World Championships to Regional Competition!
Working with top level professionals along with average riders of all ages/skill levels, Coppersmith Öhlins has made a name for itself delivering superior services to the off road market (Motocross, Enduro, Supercross).
We get the most our of the Öhlins ttX components, optimizing performance, control, and giving knowledgeable support for correct rider set-up. Thom & the entire Coppersmith Öhlins staff enjoy what they do with a passion.
Öhlins Racing 2014 RXF Forks for Off-Road Motorcycle
The RXF forks have the Öhlins cartridge kits internally, but the outside is the main difference. The upper and lower tubes are designed to produce factory level performance, with higher tolerances and much smoother mechanics then oem forks. Both professional and recreational riders can enjoy the flawless control with the RXF forks.
Newly Interchangeable MX/Enduro Steering Damper
MX & Enduro
It is on the motocross tracks and the enduro trails that shock absorbers have to seriously show what they can handle.
Extremely rough treatment, jumps, rocks and mud are just some of the things they have to deal with. Over and over again.
We have been making shock absorbers in this segment for over 30 years and many championship titles have been won on our suspension throughout the years. This is where Öhlins started, this is where the demands are greatest and where the development is taking place fastest.
The new TTX RT unit comes in a high specification but with a more affordable price tag. $1529.38 w/spring
The new TTX RT model is available for most modern Hypersport machines and is designed for road and trackday riders. The Road and Track shock differentiates itself from the race focused GP model to give riders more choice to upgrade their machine.
Based on the ultra popular TTX36 model, the new shock has a traditional C-spanner type pre load adjustment, plus has the advantage of rebound and compression adjustment being easily accessible on top of the cylinder head.
New, improved standard settings are built into the shock as the world renowned Öhlins R&D engineers have fine tuned the unit. The shock has again been designed around the ultra efficient TTX twin tube technology to eliminate cavitation, and was developed in the ultra competitive world of MotoGP racing.
TTX-technology – no cavitation risk!
Wide adjuster range
Completely separated functions for rebound and compression damping
All adjustments are done on the cylinder head of the shock absorber
Length adjustable for most models
Robert Brinkmark, Öhlins Product Manager Motorcycles commented, “We have had customer feedback and saw great demand for a Road & Track style product for the hypersport market, so we are very pleased to launch the new RT as a competitively priced product yet still derived from our race winning TTX technology.
The RT and GP shocks complement each other to create a complete hypersports line-up satisfying the needs of road riders, track-day enthusiasts right up to the race winning Superbike teams.”
The new TTX RT is available for the following models:
BMW S1000RR (2012-14)
Kawasaki ZX-10R (2011-14)
Honda CBR 1000RR (2008-13)
Yamaha YZF R6 (2006-14)
Suzuki GSX-R 600/750 (2011-14
Suzuki GSX-R 1000 (2009-14)
Our popular and cost effective S46DR1 damper is the perfect upgrade for naked sports bikes. We call it the Street Performance Line. The damper is a single tube design with a 46 mm piston. This monotube high pressure gas type shock absorber with an integral gas reservoir in the main body is loaded with performance.
External rebound damping adjustment and pre-load adjustment possible. The perfect choice for naked sports bikes or as we call it – the Street Performance Line.
FEATURES: – Öhlins quality and performance – Öhlins finishes and design, with experience from the racing tracks – Single tube damper with 46 mm diameter piston – Adjustable rebound damping and compression in one adjustment – Variations of spring rates available – Maintenance possibilities – Possibility to fit a hyraulic spring preloader later on
Coppersmith Öhlins introduces the latest version of its multi-time, championship-winning twin-tube technology shock, the TTX GP
Akron Ohio; Hot and ready for the grid after winning the AMA Pro National Guard Superbike title, and sweeping the podium with Josh’s Herrin and Hayes of Monster Energy Graves Yamaha, and Martin Cardenas of Yoshimura Racing Suzuki, respectively, Öhlins introduces the latest version of its multi-time, championship-winning twin-tube technology shock, the TTX GP.
On the newly released TTX GP shock, compression and rebound adjustors are updated with new needle profiles, resulting in improved flow guidance and volume control, for more precise and consistent damping fine tuning. The available range of adjustment is also now broader, while establishing a new industry standard of minimized shock-to-shock variance. These advances allow for improved chassis feedback, giving the rider enhanced control.
The TTX GP’s primary piston is redesigned for improved traction and feel, optimizing the established components of the TTX GP’s lineage from the ground-breaking TTX36. The TTX GP also has Moto GP style damping adjustors. As with all twin-tube TTX shocks by Öhlins, the TTX GP has completely segregated compression and rebound damping, and no risk of cavitation.
The TTX GP will be available in applications for most major sportbikes, and is equally suited to enhance a rider’s control and confidence on the street and on the racetrack. Racers. Track-day riders, or street enthusiasts. Call Coppersmith Öhlins today 330.724.2900!
Coppersmith Öhlins offers a full line of Classic MX vintage twin shocks ranging from 340-380.5mm, with optional piggy back or non-piggy back reservoir. Our universal shocks are available in 9 different length and stroke combinations, as well as optional spring rates. Both versions of the shock are equipped with a 36mm body, preload adjustability, internal dividing piston (nitrogen/oil divider), and are completely re-buildable.
These shocks give you the modern feel within the legal vintage racing specifications, making them the best of both worlds. Öhlins Racing developed the Classic MX shocks with unmatched quality and performance specifically engineered for vintage racing.
|VINTAGE||Part No.||Type||Length (mm)||Stroke (mm)||Spring|
|Classic MX||CC 606||S36D||360||
|Classic MX||CC 607||S36D||340||
|Classic MX||CC 616||S36P||360||
|Classic MX||CC 617||S36P||340||
|Classic MX||CC 706||S36D||360||
|Classic MX||CC 707||S36D||340||
|Classic MX||CC 708||S36D||380.5||
|Classic MX||CC 717||S36P||340||
|Classic MX||CC 718||S36P||380.5||
- Piggyback reservoir
- Adjustable Spring Preload
- Adjustable Compression Damping
- 36mm Body (S36PC1)
Coppersmith Öhlins is a fan of the Honda Grom as it makes for the ultimate pit bike! Our shock unlocks added performance giving your Grom the edge with the all new Öhlins HO 324 shock!
Call or email today! 330.724.2900 or andre.smith@OhlinsRacing.com
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PIT RACER ARTICLE
The Öhlins Cool Tool 5 way adjuster is now available. This convenient tuning tool can change LSC/LSR clickers, HSC knob, alter shock spring preload, and bleed your cartridge kit or RXF forks outer chamber air build up.
The Cool Tool now comes standard with the 2014 ttX 44 shock, and is also available for purchase. price: $49.99
Mechatronics – the future
The Mechatronic revolution is just about to begin. Just months ago the system was victorious in the World Superbike… now Öhlins aims for the aftermarket
Mechatronics Mechanical and Electronics Engineering (Mechatronics) is the combination of mechanical engineering, electronic engineering and Computer engineering. The purpose of this interdisciplinary engineering field is the study of automata from an engineering perspective and serves the purposes of controlling advanced hybrid systems. The word itself is a portmanteau of ‘Mechanics’ and ‘Electronics’.
Once in a while Öhlins Racing takes a monumental step into a new chapter in terms of advanced suspension technology. When the Swedish suspension manufacturer introduced the TTX technology in the beginning of the 21st century it was a major move into a completely new direction of suspension design and function. 2008 will be remembered as the year when Öhlins Racing took the step into the Mechatronic era.
A dream comes true Already in 1984 Öhlins Racing got its first patent concerning electronically controlled suspension and it took just about twenty years before the technique was accepted and introduced in the premium automotive segment with car manufacturers such as Audi, Ford, Mercedes, Volvo, VW and BMW. A limited series of electronically controlled suspension was introduced in the beginning of the 21st century on the Yamaha RX 10 snowmobile and some BMW touring bikes have also been installed with electronically maneuvered suspension but only in a very limited edition. But in the hallways of the R&D department the word mechatronics was hot and Öhlins Racing had a goal to introduce this new technique before the end of 2008, a task that was accomplished when rider Noriyuki Haga took a double podium win in World Superbike at Vallelunga on the 21st of September, riding on the new mechatronic system that goes under the name TTX EC.
TTX EC The technique is quite brilliant and the R&D Department has put a lot of thought into the new TTX EC parts. One of the initial challenges was to build a system that can be retrofitted onto all TTX street shocks. You can actually remove the standard valves from a TTX shock and insert the small stepper motor that will alter the clicker settings electronically in fixed steps maneuvered from a panel, or automatically via a continuous feed of information from a E“There is no end to the possibilities and the range of use is extremely wide”,
Öhlins Racing Vice President Johnny Bräster declares. “This is not a separate business area but a completely new technology to be used in all areas where this function can assist and improve the quality and comfort for our customers”, Johnny then adds. Motorcycle Product manager Magnus Eriksson assures us that this new technique will be available on the aftermarket, but that it will take a while before it becomes a bargain for the rider on the street.CU.