Moto Grand Prix
Main Motorcycle: 2011 Speed Triple
Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Berks County, PA
Other Motorcycle: Ninja 300
The PVM wheels were still factory for the 2013s (not an option), the 2014 models I believe they dropped them to save cost. Wheels for these bikes are scarce, but I vaguely remember some options being available. Search the forums here for a while as I think a couple people may have done it (could be carbon fiber BST at 3k-ish a set though).
I do not know what universal options there might be for Ohlins, your best bet is to contact them, or a local dealer. I went with Traxxion and really couldn't be happier, them or racetech and Ohlins (I think) all have options for the later models.
I'm not sure the R model calipers even bolt directly to the standard forks. I thought that the mountings themselves were different.
I get what Fenech is saying, to be fair, you are saying you want Ohlins front forks, better wheels, and the R model brakes. It does seem to make sense to just get the R model with that stuff since it's already there. That being said, maybe there wasn't one available, or maybe you got a great deal and it makes more sense to upgrade. The other benefit could be you get springs and valving set up for you vs. the generic setup of the R model.
FWIW, I have a TTX-36 with the right spring and it's a great shock. Not sure if the same specs as what is stock on the R, but I really like it.