Ducati Hyperstrada Forums Ducati Hyperstrada Motorcycle

Go Back   Ducati Hyperstrada Forum > Ducati Hyperstrada Forum > Ducati Hyperstrada

Ducati Hyperstrada Ducati Hyperstrada Motorcycle Forum: 2013-2015 Hyperstrada and 2016-2017 Hyperstrada 939


Reply
 
LinkBack Thread Tools Display Modes
Old February 17th, 2019, 11:47 AM   #21
Senior Member
 
Joined: Sep 2016
From: ABQ NM
Posts: 289

Found my research on front fork alternatives, here you go, right or wrong:
-stock forks are 43mm upsides down units with 150mm of travel (stock Hypermotard is 170mm/Hyper SP 50mm USD with 185mm of travel)
-looked at 2011 Multistrada 1200S Ohlins fork tubes 57mm OD top tree, 58mm OD bottom tree, ~33.5” axle to top, 34mm axle diameter, 100mm brake caliper mounting spacing (their too long)
-FL9240 or FL9241 on Ohlins fork bottom
-Hypermotard 1100S: Öhlins 43 mm upside-down fully adjustable fork with TiN surface treatment, 165mm travel (leave 15mm sticking out top of triple trees?)
-Hypermotard 1100 (std)
--Can pretty much swap any fork from any other Hyper 1100
--07-09 1100 got 50mm Marzzocci
--07-08 1100 S got 50mm Marzzocci with DLC on sliders and goldish upper legs.
--09 1100 S got 48mm Kayaba, with DLC on sliders and goldish upper legs.
--10-11 1100 Evo got 50 Marzzocci, with black upper legs.
--10-11 1100 Evo SP got 50 Marzzocci with DLC on sliders and black upper legs, and additional 30mm of fork travel.
-Pretty much all cartridges solutions are cheaper than the 25mm Ohlins which are custom made, that includes Andreani, Maxxton, Traxxion, GP Suspension, Gubellini or even Racetech are cheaper.
-More expensive than Ohlins 25mm cart, you have Mupo, the full 46mm Ohlins forks or the gas charged Paioli forks.

Hope it helps and not professing it is 100% correct as I took some of it for fact off other forums...

Last edited by BadToTheBown; February 17th, 2019 at 11:51 AM.
BadToTheBown is offline   Reply With Quote
 
Old February 17th, 2019, 12:32 PM   #22
Senior Member
 
Joined: Sep 2017
From: Lansing Mi
Posts: 223

I Ride: 2013 hypermotard/hyperstrada, 2005 zx6r, drz125, crf50 crf70
Quote:
Originally Posted by BadToTheBown View Post
Found my research on front fork alternatives, here you go, right or wrong:
-stock forks are 43mm upsides down units with 150mm of travel (stock Hypermotard is 170mm/Hyper SP 50mm USD with 185mm of travel)
-looked at 2011 Multistrada 1200S Ohlins fork tubes 57mm OD top tree, 58mm OD bottom tree, ~33.5” axle to top, 34mm axle diameter, 100mm brake caliper mounting spacing (their too long)
-FL9240 or FL9241 on Ohlins fork bottom
-Hypermotard 1100S: Öhlins 43 mm upside-down fully adjustable fork with TiN surface treatment, 165mm travel (leave 15mm sticking out top of triple trees?)
-Hypermotard 1100 (std)
--Can pretty much swap any fork from any other Hyper 1100
--07-09 1100 got 50mm Marzzocci
--07-08 1100 S got 50mm Marzzocci with DLC on sliders and goldish upper legs.
--09 1100 S got 48mm Kayaba, with DLC on sliders and goldish upper legs.
--10-11 1100 Evo got 50 Marzzocci, with black upper legs.
--10-11 1100 Evo SP got 50 Marzzocci with DLC on sliders and black upper legs, and additional 30mm of fork travel.
-Pretty much all cartridges solutions are cheaper than the 25mm Ohlins which are custom made, that includes Andreani, Maxxton, Traxxion, GP Suspension, Gubellini or even Racetech are cheaper.
-More expensive than Ohlins 25mm cart, you have Mupo, the full 46mm Ohlins forks or the gas charged Paioli forks.

Hope it helps and not professing it is 100% correct as I took some of it for fact off other forums...
That's some good info. Thank you
Araitim is offline   Reply With Quote
Old February 17th, 2019, 03:47 PM   #23
Senior Member
 
Joined: Jun 2014
From: Boston
Posts: 882

I Ride: hyperstrada 821
So I contacted Mupo about the single fork kit for my standard height 13 strada, and they said that it's important to know if the forks are Kayaba or Showa. As far as I know they are all Kayaba. Does anyone have other info on this?
appliance821 is offline   Reply With Quote
Old February 18th, 2019, 07:47 PM   #24
Senior Member
 
Joined: Sep 2016
From: ABQ NM
Posts: 289

If memory serves, you have to check, it could be either and it affects some of Mupo parts for the kit...
BadToTheBown is offline   Reply With Quote
Old February 18th, 2019, 08:37 PM   #25
Senior Member
 
Joined: Jun 2014
From: Boston
Posts: 882

I Ride: hyperstrada 821
Quote:
Originally Posted by BadToTheBown View Post
If memory serves, you have to check, it could be either and it affects some of Mupo parts for the kit...
I'll call my dealer and see if they can match the components to the VIN - is there any way to tell which forks without taking them apart?
appliance821 is offline   Reply With Quote
Old February 19th, 2019, 03:00 PM   #26
Senior Member
 
Joined: Sep 2016
From: ABQ NM
Posts: 289

Good luck with that, it's not clear that they tracked any of it by serial number, when I had my forks build, he had to take them apart to know....
BadToTheBown is offline   Reply With Quote
Old February 19th, 2019, 03:55 PM   #27
Senior Member
 
Joined: Jun 2014
From: Boston
Posts: 882

I Ride: hyperstrada 821
Quote:
Originally Posted by BadToTheBown View Post
Good luck with that, it's not clear that they tracked any of it by serial number, when I had my forks build, he had to take them apart to know....
No Luck. When they took them apart were they KYB? - that's what I'm banking on because that's all anyone has listed.
appliance821 is offline   Reply With Quote
Old February 19th, 2019, 05:46 PM   #28
Senior Member
 
MartyGarrison's Avatar
 
Joined: Feb 2017
From: Washington, DC
Posts: 232

I Ride: 16 Honda CRF250l, 2016 Hyperstada 939
When I bought the two cartridge Mupo 911's no one asked me about the brands just wanted to know if I had a standard vs low Hyper. As mine is a 16 939, they all are low. Maybe because I replaced both carts in the forks.
MartyGarrison is offline   Reply With Quote
Old February 19th, 2019, 08:24 PM   #29
Senior Member
 
Joined: Sep 2016
From: ABQ NM
Posts: 289

Quote:
Originally Posted by appliance821 View Post
When they took them apart were they KYB?
Truth is I don't know. I never asked. Roger Albert of OnRoad/OffRoad built them. My bike is a 2014 821. Maybe by the time they got to the 939s they settled on a supplier but that's just a guess...
BadToTheBown is offline   Reply With Quote
Old February 20th, 2019, 12:09 AM   #30
Senior Member
 
Joined: Jan 2015
From: Austria
Posts: 330

I Ride: 2016 Hyperstrada 939 red, 2006 MotoMorini Corsaro 1200 black/silver, 2005 Aprilia RSV1000R Factory
Quote:
Originally Posted by MartyGarrison View Post
When I bought the two cartridge Mupo 911's no one asked me about the brands just wanted to know if I had a standard vs low Hyper. As mine is a 16 939, they all are low. Maybe because I replaced both carts in the forks.
at least in US.
I have an european HS 939, 2016, and it is normal/standard height
ferdi is offline   Reply With Quote
Reply

  Ducati Hyperstrada Forum > Ducati Hyperstrada Forum > Ducati Hyperstrada

Tags
cartridge, fork, front, options



Thread Tools
Display Modes


Similar Threads
Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post
Any way to raise up front fork - suspension? stenly Mechanical and Technical 9 January 13th, 2018 12:39 PM
Andreani Misano Fork Cartridge Kit touficzeidan Mechanical and Technical 12 August 30th, 2016 10:43 PM
Front fork seals st2cmack Mechanical and Technical 9 June 17th, 2016 02:02 PM
Andreani fork cartridge installed on Hyperstrada Duke39 Ducati Hyperstrada 44 November 8th, 2015 06:47 AM
Front fork fluid / Front Brake Reservoir Braaap Mechanical and Technical 6 August 12th, 2014 08:32 AM


Ducati Hyperstrada Facebook Ducati Hyperstrada Twitter Ducati Hyperstrada RSS Feed



Ducati Hyperstrada Motorcycle Forum
Copyright © 2012-2014 HYPERSTRADA.COM • All rights reserved.