We asked about the super slick coating on the 2013 O2 RL shock. John Hauer said that X-Fusion is currently deciding on where to use it on their fork and shock lineup. While he proffered no secrets on what the coating was, he did say that there would be no extra charge for it.
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We asked about the super slick coating on the 2013 O2 RL shock. John Hauer said that X-Fusion is currently deciding on where to use it on their fork and shock lineup. While he proffered no secrets on what the coating was, he did say that there would be no extra charge for it.

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 looks interesting, i don't know why x-fusion and fox insist on coating the outside of the air can with this coating as well though, it just looks tacky to me.
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 the coating is essentially form of anodizing. The entire piece is dipped in multiple chemical baths coating all the surfaces inside and out.
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 What is "super slick coating"? Isn't it Kashima?
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