Both shocks are quality items and you really can't go wrong with either. Price difference aside one of the biggest differences is the support you can get with Ohlins. Ohlins has a much larger knowledge base to draw from for set-up, service, and support. If you plan on track days or racing you'll find more set-up information for the 10R with Ohlins at specific tracks, tires etc.
I've run Ohlins on my bikes for years; have the 46 PRXLS on my 04 10R along with the 25mm kit, both items perform very well. Honestly purchase the one that is more cost effective for you and which shock/dealer offers the support you may need for set-up/service and least amount of down time.
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Last edited by ZX10BURNER; 02-03-2013 at 01:21 PM.