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cavegiant danielsapp's article
Feb 12, 2019 at 5:32
Feb 12, 2019
Review: Industry Nine's New Hydra Hubs Have 690 Points of Engagement
It's looks like they have designed flex in to the system. First pawl engages, system flexes, then a few more do. It only takes full load once a few Pawls were engaged. They have potentially taken the primary weakness of a pawl system and used it to get higher engagement. Fecking clever if it works.
cavegiant rossbellphoto's article
Aug 25, 2018 at 11:28
Aug 25, 2018
Tech Randoms - La Bresse DH World Cup 2018
Anyone else spot the female rider with the blue USD fork? Can't remember the name, but German.
cavegiant mikekazimer's article
Aug 7, 2018 at 11:23
Aug 7, 2018
cavegiant VorsprungSuspension's video
Aug 4, 2018 at 13:41
Aug 4, 2018
Hi, I'm sure I've already asked this, but comments seem to have disappeared, so apologies if a duplicate. My question relates to clarification on the hysteresis lag, specifically on my CCDB air cs. So I'm interpreting that as this shock runs an ifp there will be more lag than the diaphragm shock. This means that on high frequency inputs the low speed damping will take longer to engage allowing low damped rapid change of direction. This means that lsc/r will interfere with rapid direction changes, but be normal of the low speed stuff; effectively I can get a smoother ride on high frequency stuff on an ifp as opposed to a diaphragm? A company near me offers the ifp to diaphragm 'upgrade', so what are your thoughts on that? Seconds question while I'm here, I'm currently running my hsc/lsc/LSR full open on my Pole evolink. Is it possible to reshim the shock to get a more usable range of adjustment for this weird frame? Thanks

cavegiant SintraFreeride's photo
Jun 10, 2018 at 1:53
Jun 10, 2018
What shock is that and what settings do you have on the damping? Thx

cavegiant brule's article
Oct 26, 2017 at 13:00
Oct 26, 2017
Manitou Dorado Pro - 29er?
@Bogomilanev: So interrobang, what were you going to do ;-)
cavegiant VorsprungSuspension's video
Jul 30, 2017 at 1:48
Jul 30, 2017
(Please correct me if I am wrong) The TPC+ damping circuit provides a damping stack that provides additional damping when a certain energy of impact is reached (force x distance). Plush at the top, yet increase in damping later in the stroke. Whats your thoughts on the tpc+ circuit (be nice because I'm a big fan of it).

cavegiant kuejku's photo
May 10, 2017 at 10:37
May 10, 2017
I've got upper crown for 32mm, upper and lower for 30mm (they are all interchangable, I've been 32mm running the upper on my 30mm).

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