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Thanks guys. We did a little modification to the split frame and linkage. The split frame limited what shocks were able to fit the frames. This solves the issue allowing any shock to fit the frames. Also this is stronger and lighter than the split frame design. To make the split frame a viable option we had to use heavier wall tubing. We aren't weight weenies, but it was just better to go this route to open up all shock options. It puts the shock weight a little high and forward in the frame, but the tradeoff was worth it We wanted to keep everything as close to what it was.
Apr 11, 2017 at 21:46Apr 11, 2017
I agree with your sentiments. Have been on a Pinion since August. Love it.
Apr 11, 2017 at 21:44Apr 11, 2017
@ibishreddin: Drag is surprisingly minimal. I honestly can't tell much of a difference between a standard setup and this. Have been on mine since August. Won't go back to a derailleur.
Apr 11, 2017 at 21:41Apr 11, 2017
@trialsracer: This is correct. Have been riding a Pinion since last August.
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Derailleur vs Gearbox: Nicolai Ion 16 vs Ion GPI - Review
@hamncheez: Pinion now has a 6 speed for DH. When shifting into higher gears you do not need to let up on the pedaling. When shifting up into lower gears you need to, which would not be too much of a hinderance in DH. Having been on a box since last August, I would never want a derailluer again. Chain security, shifting abilities, maintenance, etc. life is just better with a gearbox. I guess unless you are a weight weenie.
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