PRESS RELEASE: Andreani Group International
After years of studies on the interaction between air and polymers, the Andreani Group has officially launched the ProImpact, a product developed in co-branding with DeanEASY that allows riders to easily tune their MTB front forks, with stanchions measuring from 32 to 36mm. The ProImpact works by modifying the progression curve and the fork damping speed in compression and rebound while optimizing their functionality according to the different terrain and riding styles.
The kit is composed of different kinds of compound, consistency, and layout to satisfy most needs and offer driving sensations never experienced before. Depending on the combination, it is possible to achieve significant results, especially on entry/mid-level suspensions. The system allows riders to combine the plush effect of a spring suspension with the lightness and progression of an air one, and to have a more constant functionality of the fork during high intensity and sustained use.
How do you install the kit? The polymers, from harder to softer, are inserted inside the positive chamber (on air forks) or inside the spring (on coil forks), and the consistency given by them will permit to use a less inflating pressure of the fork positive chamber (on air forks) or to use a spring with less elastic constant (on coil sprung forks) maintaining same forces as static level. It is very important to sprinkle them with our grease to have a high level of lubrication of the system and avoid friction.
Now, taking into account success of this innovative tuning system and the desire to satisfy all the customer demands, Andreani Group presents its brand new ProImpact kits: the Race Kit
, the Enduro Kit
, the Downhill Kit
and the Öhlins-Cannondale Kit
They are the perfect addition for riders with an aggressive riding style, and also for riders practicing disciplines such as XC/marathon, e-bike, enduro or downhill.
Find more information about all the ProImpact kits at: www.proimpact.andreanigroup.eu
But again, not a lot of info about how and why these are better than volume spacers, and if they even serve the same purpose. A couple diagrams or something would be clutch.
Guess it's my own fault for not understanding Italian