Piggybacking off of the adaptability of their current Mod shock (no pun intended), Formula has extended the sizing to include downhill bikes as well. The DH version is built with the same internal architecture as the Mod enduro shock but forgoes a climb switch.
Inside, Formula continues to use a bladder style damping unit for its low-friction and supple supple bump sensitivity characteristics. There's also a large 30mm-diameter High Flow piston that is said to help keep the damping consistent over long descents.
Two adjustments are found externally; a rebound and compression adjustment. All other major compression changes are made by swapping out one of three Compression Tuning System (CTS) damper cartridges which are included with the MOD shocks.
The Mod DH is available in 250 Metric and 225mm Trunnion shock lengths with stroke sizes of 67.5, 70, 72.5 and 75mm. The Ultralight spring weights range between 250 and 550 in 50 lb/in increments, with purple or titanium-colored paint options. As for the weight, a 225x75mm trunnion shock weighs 826g with a 300 lb/in spring.
USD pricing is still TBD, but the MOD DH shock will cost €949 with the springs being sold separately. The titanium-colored spring goes for €180 whereas the purple finish is €209.
You can learn more about the MOD DH and the CTS here