Shockwiz Slash29

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Posted: Mar 20, 2017 at 4:41 Quote
riding the new Slash29 just couldnt quite find the right suspension setup so i hired 2x shockwiz, great day getting a tune for myself&bike
the shop i had them off said dont read into the data too hard but use it as a firm guidance

just for comparison im base weight 77kg without gear, so floating around 80kg

Trek vs Shockwiz-Balanced setup
fox36 talas
psi 140 - 139( fox digital pump 127)
rebound 6 - 6
HSC n/a - 17
LSC n/a - 17

X2
psi 175 - 193( fox digital pump 180 )
volume 4 - 4 (was 3 added 1 for final ramp up)
HSR 15 - 15
LSR 18 - 17
HSC 17 - 17
LSC 19 - 12

my rubber on the day bonti SE5 22/23psi or i do use SE4 or Barons.

guessing shockwiz is calibrated and fox digital pump is out? just a insight which may help others
Worth the time using shockwiz if you can hire them or dig deep and buy, i went from a setup giving a tune score front/rear 64/78 to 84/84 or on natural offpiste it peaked at 92/100
feels dialed and smooth and knocked a few seconds off sub 2min moderate tech trails without pushing to the max.

i hope this helps if your thinking about the shockwiz

Posted: Mar 20, 2017 at 5:16 Quote
enduroFactory wrote:
riding the new Slash29 just couldnt quite find the right suspension setup so i hired 2x shockwiz, great day getting a tune for myself&bike
the shop i had them off said dont read into the data too hard but use it as a firm guidance

just for comparison im base weight 77kg without gear, so floating around 80kg

Trek vs Shockwiz-Balanced setup
fox36 talas
psi 140 - 139( fox digital pump 127)
rebound 6 - 6
HSC n/a - 17
LSC n/a - 17

X2
psi 175 - 193( fox digital pump 180 )
volume 4 - 4 (was 3 added 1 for final ramp up)
HSR 15 - 15
LSR 18 - 17
HSC 17 - 17
LSC 19 - 12

my rubber on the day bonti SE5 22/23psi or i do use SE4 or Barons.

guessing shockwiz is calibrated and fox digital pump is out? just a insight which may help others
Worth the time using shockwiz if you can hire them or dig deep and buy, i went from a setup giving a tune score front/rear 64/78 to 84/84 or on natural offpiste it peaked at 92/100
feels dialed and smooth and knocked a few seconds off sub 2min moderate tech trails without pushing to the max.

i hope this helps if your thinking about the shockwiz

Where did you get the Shockwiz from? how much to hire?

Posted: Mar 20, 2017 at 5:55 Quote
thedad71 wrote:
enduroFactory wrote:
riding the new Slash29 just couldnt quite find the right suspension setup so i hired 2x shockwiz, great day getting a tune for myself&bike
the shop i had them off said dont read into the data too hard but use it as a firm guidance

just for comparison im base weight 77kg without gear, so floating around 80kg

Trek vs Shockwiz-Balanced setup
fox36 talas
psi 140 - 139( fox digital pump 127)
rebound 6 - 6
HSC n/a - 17
LSC n/a - 17

X2
psi 175 - 193( fox digital pump 180 )
volume 4 - 4 (was 3 added 1 for final ramp up)
HSR 15 - 15
LSR 18 - 17
HSC 17 - 17
LSC 19 - 12

my rubber on the day bonti SE5 22/23psi or i do use SE4 or Barons.

guessing shockwiz is calibrated and fox digital pump is out? just a insight which may help others
Worth the time using shockwiz if you can hire them or dig deep and buy, i went from a setup giving a tune score front/rear 64/78 to 84/84 or on natural offpiste it peaked at 92/100
feels dialed and smooth and knocked a few seconds off sub 2min moderate tech trails without pushing to the max.

i hope this helps if your thinking about the shockwiz

Where did you get the Shockwiz from? how much to hire?
Swinnertons based on Cannock Chase but there's more shops going same way with them.

Posted: Jun 25, 2017 at 23:02 Quote
enduroFactory wrote:
riding the new Slash29 just couldnt quite find the right suspension setup so i hired 2x shockwiz, great day getting a tune for myself&bike
the shop i had them off said dont read into the data too hard but use it as a firm guidance

just for comparison im base weight 77kg without gear, so floating around 80kg

Trek vs Shockwiz-Balanced setup
fox36 talas
psi 140 - 139( fox digital pump 127)
rebound 6 - 6
HSC n/a - 17
LSC n/a - 17

X2
psi 175 - 193( fox digital pump 180 )
volume 4 - 4 (was 3 added 1 for final ramp up)
HSR 15 - 15
LSR 18 - 17
HSC 17 - 17
LSC 19 - 12

my rubber on the day bonti SE5 22/23psi or i do use SE4 or Barons.

guessing shockwiz is calibrated and fox digital pump is out? just a insight which may help others
Worth the time using shockwiz if you can hire them or dig deep and buy, i went from a setup giving a tune score front/rear 64/78 to 84/84 or on natural offpiste it peaked at 92/100
feels dialed and smooth and knocked a few seconds off sub 2min moderate tech trails without pushing to the max.

i hope this helps if your thinking about the shockwiz

Hi why did you hire 2? Can you run them both at the same time? Was it just for convenience so you didn't have to keep swapping one from fork to shock and back again?
Cheers

Posted: Jun 26, 2017 at 8:01 Quote
Travel66 wrote:
enduroFactory wrote:
riding the new Slash29 just couldnt quite find the right suspension setup so i hired 2x shockwiz, great day getting a tune for myself&bike
the shop i had them off said dont read into the data too hard but use it as a firm guidance

just for comparison im base weight 77kg without gear, so floating around 80kg

Trek vs Shockwiz-Balanced setup
fox36 talas
psi 140 - 139( fox digital pump 127)
rebound 6 - 6
HSC n/a - 17
LSC n/a - 17

X2
psi 175 - 193( fox digital pump 180 )
volume 4 - 4 (was 3 added 1 for final ramp up)
HSR 15 - 15
LSR 18 - 17
HSC 17 - 17
LSC 19 - 12

my rubber on the day bonti SE5 22/23psi or i do use SE4 or Barons.

guessing shockwiz is calibrated and fox digital pump is out? just a insight which may help others
Worth the time using shockwiz if you can hire them or dig deep and buy, i went from a setup giving a tune score front/rear 64/78 to 84/84 or on natural offpiste it peaked at 92/100
feels dialed and smooth and knocked a few seconds off sub 2min moderate tech trails without pushing to the max.

i hope this helps if your thinking about the shockwiz

Hi why did you hire 2? Can you run them both at the same time? Was it just for convenience so you didn't have to keep swapping one from fork to shock and back again?
Cheers

Yes it's convenient and saves time running 2

Posted: Jun 26, 2017 at 8:03 Quote
Since last test I'm now running less HSC and more LSC both ends.

Posted: Jun 30, 2017 at 8:58 Quote
I have my own shock wiz. I used it on my other bikes but it says it's not compatible with 2016 slash due to double chamber shocks. Can anyone verify this? It has the same shocks from the factory, Rochshock pike and a rc3 debon air?

Posted: Jun 30, 2017 at 9:52 Quote
camelkicker wrote:
I have my own shock wiz. I used it on my other bikes but it says it's not compatible with 2016 slash due to double chamber shocks. Can anyone verify this? It has the same shocks from the factory, Rochshock pike and a rc3 debon air?
Don't work on drcv

Posted: Aug 15, 2017 at 9:10 Quote
enduroFactory wrote:
camelkicker wrote:
I have my own shock wiz. I used it on my other bikes but it says it's not compatible with 2016 slash due to double chamber shocks. Can anyone verify this? It has the same shocks from the factory, Rochshock pike and a rc3 debon air?
Don't work on drcv

The slash that I have does not have the dcrv. But that is the exact reason why I cannot use it on my fuel. It should say on the package Shockwiz great tool for everything minus trek. haha

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