The Ducati 959 Panigale Corse is equipped with Öhlins suspension front and rear. “Corse” is Italian for “racing”, and “Öhlins” is Swedish for “corse” at this point.
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The guy at 18:30 on the video. Can you please recap. Rear shock was two turns off from 8 to 6 threads then both compression and rebound set at 16? Standard front is 2 turns preload which you didn’t adjust and you adjusted 14 rebound and 16 compression? I have a v2 bayliss which is the same suspension and I’m trying to get a base to work from. I already took a few turns preload off the rear shock and it helped a lot but the compression rebound is still factory settings of 23 com 14 rebound and the front 25 com and 19 rebound. So it looks like your settings here are a fair bit different so I’d like to check and try them. I had a v4s panigale before and your settings in the video you did for it transformed the bike. I also had an rs660 at a time and again your settings from your video also transformed it so I’d love to try and dial this one in better as well. Thanks