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Feb 4, 2016 at 17:10
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Cane Creek Factory Tour
I had an Inline fail on my 650b Enduro too. I weigh 175lbs...had well over 200 PSI in the shock, hi and lo speed compression maxed out, and it still bottomed out like crazy over stuff it definitely should not have. They were awesome with addressing my concerns though, and replaced the Inline with a DB Air CS for $100, which was pretty solid of them. However, I still feel the same issue is present with the DBA CS, albeit it to a much lesser extent. If I set sag at the recommended 30%/17mm, it feels wallowy mid-stroke and bottoms out more easily than it should (even with hi and lo speed compression maxed). It doesn't bottom harshly all the time anymore, but it definitely uses 100% travel more frequently than it should. If I pump up the PSI to get rid of this, then the sag is off and it loses small bump sensitivity (even once I turn down lo speed compression). I am a big fan of Cane Creek customer service, but their products leave something to be desired IMO. Will not be getting another shock from them, Float X2 or Debonair for me next.
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