Ohlins Steering dampers with Vacuum filling

Ohlins steering dampers only hold a very small amount of fluid. As the fluid breaks down, its performance decreases. A film starts to build on all the internal parts further decreasing its performance. A complete disassembly with Andreani’s Ohlins damper tool kit then vacuum filled to ensure there is no air left in the damper.

video before service…

video after service…


From just an post season oil change to complete reseal to piston and valve changes to update your stock shock. Most manufacturers recommend the fluid be changed every 10-20 hours of track use and every 2-3 years of street riding. Vacuum filling is done whenever possible. Some shocks, such as Ohlins TTXs, require vacuum filling.

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