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Old 04-24-2017, 10:56 PM
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We are proud to introduce our new FPSpëc Ohlins DFV Remote Damper Adjusters for the S2000!







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For More Information, visit our product page: FPSpëc Öhlins DFV Remote Damper Adjusters - SakeBomb Garage LLC

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Do you have Ohlins? Do you have an interior? Hate adjusting your rear damper through the gas filler accordion? Perfect, we've solved your damper adjustment problem once and for all. For years we've been frustrated with choosing between being able to adjust our suspension and have an OEM interior fitted. To solve this dilemma we've engineered a seamless remote adjuster solution which allows panel a remote extension cable and knob. Common sense? We thought so.

Features:

Adjust Your Dampers + Keep Your Interior!
Interfaces directly with standard Ohlins DFV gold adjusters
Custom Machined All-Aluminum Construction - anodized to match Ohlins
High-Quality Adjuster Cable - with aluminum crimp ends, inside low-friction PTFE tube
Fine Tactile-Feedback - high-flexibility cable with low-friction tubing lets you feel every click as if you were adjusting directly at the damper
Engineered and Manufactured by SakeBomb Garage!


The FPSpëc remote damper adjuster for Ohlins DFV's allow for full control of your dampers, with a simple turn of a our remote panel mount knob, anodized to match Ohlins suspension. With care to design and detail, we custom engineered every component in this kit to reflect the quality of Ohlins suspension. Simply slide the lower billet hard-anodized aluminum cap over your standard gold Ohlins adjuster knobs and fasten in place with the set screw (ball end allen key included). Insert the remote adjuster cable, and run to the desired panel mount location. Add the remote knob and you're ready to roll. All parts designed and manufacturered by SakeBomb Garage. Our high-flexibility remote adjuster cable with low friction PTFE sleeve allows for fine tactile control of the damper knob (you'll still feel every click as if you were adjusting the damper directly). Custom sized for your application (and available in custom lengths for bespoke applications).

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Pictures of them installed in interior panels:

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I finally got around to installing my Ohlins and the SBG remote adjusters on them. The driver-side one rubs against the rubber accordion looking thing on the fuel filler neck and makes it very difficult to turn/feel the clicks of adjustment. Is there a solution for this?
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Originally Posted by Zer0ne View Post
I finally got around to installing my Ohlins and the SBG remote adjusters on them. The driver-side one rubs against the rubber accordion looking thing on the fuel filler neck and makes it very difficult to turn/feel the clicks of adjustment. Is there a solution for this?
Need to find an angle of install or approach so it doesn't. It took me a couple tries to get a good position.
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Need to find an angle of install or approach so it doesn't. It took me a couple tries to get a good position.
Looks like I'll be diving back there again. Did you disconnect at the damper to adjust?
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Originally Posted by Zer0ne View Post
Looks like I'll be diving back there again. Did you disconnect at the damper to adjust?
Yep. Pain to get a small Allen back there. You may also have to adjust positioning on the trunk lining itself depending on where you initially located it.
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