Suspension comprises a Showa 43mm inverted fork and a cantilevered Sachs shock, both of which are fully adjustable for preload and damping. Brembo supplies the front brakes, twin 330mm rotors, and latest Stylema four-piston calipers.
I don't know what else to say here... In my opinion, this is another proof that Panigale is the best in each and every aspect. This suspension and brakes are one of the best (if not the best) options in the current market. Moreover, these parts are supported by Engine Brake Control EVO and Ducati Electronic Suspension EVO.
Was reading a few interesting points on OverDrive about the Panigale V4 and it looks like Strappazon's systems will adjust the motorcycle's dampening and suspension over time after learning of your riding habits?
Strapazzon explained, "If you brake very hard as a habit, the Ohlins Smart EC 2.0 understands that pattern and can change the damping and suspension characteristics to support the style."
Also I most likely will not have the option to retroactively install the electronic ohlins on the bike. Even if it was possible it would most likely be too expensive to be worth it.
The OZ GASS RS-A wheels in Titanium finish are sweet. Anodized gold looks good too.
I was discussing the Ohlins electronic suspension with my dealer yesterday. Even him thinks the "S" is overpriced relative to past "S" for what you're getting. The latest iteration doesn't even have any carbon anywhere.
Same with the 959 Corse. Not much to justify the step-up. Will see how many actually bite.
Were you able to get your 959 back to stock? Did you sell all your after-market goodies?