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    Default TTX ohlins forks

    Has anybody used these,
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    Which ones? I have RXF forks. I think TTX are just the inserts. They work great too. I had a set before.

    My RXF's. They go for 3k.
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    They are great I got 2 sets of RXF forks for my bikes 2200.00 well
    Worth the money FBI guy sells them for about any model for 2100-2300 on
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    http://item.mobileweb.ebay.com/viewi...d=200643832958
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    Tried a bike with TTX inserts once ...those things are amazing, the difference isn't substantial on normal asphalt conditions, but on offroad the braking bumps become nonexistent and you have more feel ...also on uneeven surfaces in general you have a good feel and the forks absorb them much better ...ever since that ride I dream of them

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    I run Ohlins RXF forks on my 250 and 450, as well as TTX shocks. They are AWESOME! I think TTX cartridge inserts in stock forks with SKF seals and wipers wouldn't be a horrible setup for less money, too.
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    Yes I' have a front inserts and rear on my 07 cr500 AFC. I'm building another in a 2011 CRF 250 frame, I want to put the RXF fork on and wanted some input. Been in contact with Dave at fastbike industries, he's been awesome, I 'm looking at a beringer 6pot as well, May have to go to the inserts to afford the beringer. Any suggestions.

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    I too am looking at the forks and shock from Dave...
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    I wanta know why you can't buy an ohlins Supermoto fork with a radial lug.
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    What are the main differences between the RXF and MXF forks?

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    i am not the man to answer that but i believe the rxf fork replaced or was an updated mxf fork. The mxf forks needed ohlins triples i think. the rxf work in the stockers. Dave at FBI is the man to ask.
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