Somthing to consider with the ohlins is that for the oem versions, the needle has a bypass drilled through it so to be honest the damping is pretty minimal. To the best of my knowledge the same is not true of ohlins dampers that you would buy aftermarket. It is no big deal, you just have to budget having the needle replaced. I think a guy in Canada charges $100 total so it is a good buy to have the correction and a service done. You will likely be disappointed in the damper if you do not have the needle replaced. Just do not pay too much for anything that was an oem application maybe.