The BMW K75 is a great bike
in its own right, but there are of course always things you can add to personalize
shock on the BMW K75/K100 models is excellent in its own right, but these shocks
often fade over time and after 15 or 20 years/50k to 75k miles it becomes noticeable.
Fortunately there are many aftermarket options, from rediculously expensive to
down right affordable.
||Ohlins is the
Rolls-Royce of BMW aftermarket shocks, and priced accordingly. The
K75/K100 unit is fully adjustable, rebuildable and the quality is
is a good explanation of the Ohlins Shock Code.
BMW K75 with ABS/ K100 8vRS, RT, LT: BM827/46HRCS (Manual)
BMW K75 no ABS: BM137/46PRCS (Type 46P) (Manual)
BMW K75 no ABS: BM441/46PRC (Type 46P) (Manual)
The difference between the ABS and non-ABS appears to be that the
rebound adjustment is remote on the ABS bikes due to clearance issues,
and part of the shock body on non-ABS bikes.
is an Australian company that produces these shocks under license from Koni. The
7614 features 4-position rebound damping, is rebuildable, and is an excellent
shock for the regular tourer.|
(7614-1009 - All K75/K100)
(7614-1007 - Lowered/325mm)
Shocks is based in Claifornia and has built a good reputation in the BMW community.
The K75/K100 application has threaded spring pre-load adjustment and dual rate
All K75/K100: Steel Tracker Single w/ Remote Resevoir - available
as stock or short (- 3/4") length
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