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Hey guy's, I contacted Hyperpro in Holland today. They were very helpful in giving me accurate information about there prices and told me the suspension for the scrambler (front and rear) are in development and will come out soon!

They have fix prices:
Front: €152,- (spring L/R + oil).
Rear spring: €110,-
Rear-shock: type 460 (rebound ajustable): 465,-
Rear-shock: type 461 (compleet ajustable): 734,-

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Hey Chris, who did you talk to at HyperPro? I asked the German Distributor and they claim nothing is ready by now but maybe under development... In addition: To my understanding there is only one spring in the stock setup (right fork leg) and if their solution really consists of two new springs l/r they would need to supply the cartridge on the left as well I guess...?
 

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Hey Chris, who did you talk to at HyperPro? I asked the German Distributor and they claim nothing is ready by now but maybe under development... In addition: To my understanding there is only one spring in the stock setup (right fork leg) and if their solution really consists of two new springs l/r they would need to supply the cartridge on the left as well I guess...?
You could be right, but out of the hundreds of forks I've stripped I've yet to see just one sided spring. I have however found a few where one leg takes care of compression damping and the other the rebound. The springs or 'maybe' spring is preload.
 

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You could be right, but out of the hundreds of forks I've stripped I've yet to see just one sided spring. I have however found a few where one leg takes care of compression damping and the other the rebound. The springs or 'maybe' spring is preload.
Could not agree more - weird design but true story. Here is proof from the service manual and explo-view... And yes, there IS a preload-plastic-tubing preloading the one spring and I wonder if shortening that tube would smooth out the ride of the lighter pilots around here... ;-) Low budget improvement like putting the rear shock on the weakest position maybe...?
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Hey Chris, who did you talk to at HyperPro? I asked the German Distributor and they claim nothing is ready by now but maybe under development... In addition: To my understanding there is only one spring in the stock setup (right fork leg) and if their solution really consists of two new springs l/r they would need to supply the cartridge on the left as well I guess...?
The guys name is John Troost. They are situated in Holland. You can contact him at [email protected].

He contacted me the other day asking if I would mind lending them my bike for a week to setup the scrambler in general. I would get the suspension for free that way, front and rear springs, no shock.

Didn't know about the one spring setup. When I talked to the guy I presumed we where talking about L+R. :oops: New to me too...
 

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Could not agree more - weird design but true story. Here is proof from the service manual and explo-view... And yes, there IS a preload-plastic-tubing preloading the one spring and I wonder if shortening that tube would smooth out the ride of the lighter pilots around here... ;-) Low budget improvement like putting the rear shock on the weakest position maybe...? View attachment 1032 View attachment 1033
Sorry to disappoint you but that's the way Ducati show them in the parts list. It is the same for the Superbikes, Multis, STs etc. Although there are 2 springs they only illustrate 1. Same for some of the other components that are duplicated as well. The accompanying parts list will say something like " 20. (Part no...) Spring Qty 2"
 

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Sorry to disappoint you but that's the way Ducati show them in the parts list. It is the same for the Superbikes, Multis, STs etc. Although there are 2 springs they only illustrate 1. Same for some of the other components that are duplicated as well. The accompanying parts list will say something like " 20. (Part no...) Spring Qty 2"
That not what it says below the parts diagram above -

I can't say from personal experience just what I read above, and it's certainly a strange design, whose only merit would appear to be cost cutting.
 
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