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rideformula paulaston's article
Nov 8, 2018 at 22:55
Nov 8, 2018
Review: Formula Neopos Air Volume Spacers
@Poulsbojohnny: Absolutely correct! Neopos has nothing to compare with old elastomers. The elastomers don't even compress with air. Check this out https://www.facebook.com/rideformula/videos/2053761097985771/. Cheers!
rideformula paulaston's article
Nov 8, 2018 at 22:54
Nov 8, 2018
Review: Formula Neopos Air Volume Spacers
Hi, Neopos is not to compare with old elastomers. Here a video you can maybe find interesting https://www.facebook.com/rideformula/videos/2053761097985771/. Cheers!
rideformula paulaston's article
Nov 8, 2018 at 22:52
Nov 8, 2018
Review: Formula Neopos Air Volume Spacers
Hi, the Neopos comes in a pack of 3. Most of the riders use just one. For the vast majority of riders would be 300 hours of riding.
rideformula rideformula's article
Oct 20, 2018 at 9:24
Oct 20, 2018
All the Adjustments: Formula Introduces the Selva R Fork
@kiksy: What you're saying is correct in some sense. What we would like to focus on is something not very discussed in mtb. The response of an air spring cannot be simplified with a graph with just one compression speed. The thing is that air spring changes his response at different speeds, even if the load is exactly the same. While you're riding you change your compression speed constantly. Coil spring is different, does not change the response at different speeds, is constant. This is why a lot of people perceive the coil spring as more comfortable. What the Neopos does is exactly this, it's still an air spring but it makes the air more constant in the response while speed is changing. With Neopos you can achieve that but without the weight of the coil spring and with the advantage of the infinite tuning of the air. Of course, the air cannot behave "exactly" like a coil. Neopos is a "new positive chamber", something in between traditional air spring and coil spring. On top of that with Neopos you get rid of a good amount of high frequencies vibrations on the handlebar. Maybe is a complicated concept to explain here but we hope this makes sense.
rideformula rideformula's article
Oct 20, 2018 at 0:48
Oct 20, 2018
All the Adjustments: Formula Introduces the Selva R Fork
@lkubica: Ok, but there's always a "first part of the travel" at high speed or at low speed. Each graphics of the CTS explains the behavior at different speeds (low, mid, high). So every CTS will have a different behavior in the first part of the travel according to the speed. For example, the red one will make the first part of the travel very supple at low speed but will give you more support at high speed. At this link you can find all the graphics explained http://www.rideformula.com/technologies/cts/ - We'll do our best in order to communicate better in the future. Thx for the feedback.
rideformula rideformula's article
Oct 20, 2018 at 0:18
Oct 20, 2018
All the Adjustments: Formula Introduces the Selva R Fork
@kiksy: If you're interested on how the Neopos works check this link http://www.rideformula.com/technologies/neopos/ or this document http://www.rideformula.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Neopos-Press-Release-ENGLISH.pdf
rideformula rideformula's article
Oct 19, 2018 at 23:28
Oct 19, 2018
All the Adjustments: Formula Introduces the Selva R Fork
@gcrider: thx a lot. We're more than happy to do it, feedbacks are very important for our job.
rideformula rideformula's article
Oct 19, 2018 at 22:52
Oct 19, 2018
All the Adjustments: Formula Introduces the Selva R Fork
@Socket: At that link, you can find the graphics that explain how every single CTS valve behaves at different compression speeds. Of course, a speed sensitive valve has different behaviors at different speeds. The Red valve, for example, gives you a lot of sensitivity at the first part of the travel at low speed and way more support at high speed. It's all explained in the graphics.
rideformula rideformula's article
Oct 19, 2018 at 22:42
Oct 19, 2018
All the Adjustments: Formula Introduces the Selva R Fork
Once you find the CTS for you, which for most riders is the stock one (Gold) or the Red one (to be found in the aftermarket box), the Selva is a super simple fork, one compression, one rebound.
rideformula rideformula's article
Oct 19, 2018 at 22:40
Oct 19, 2018
All the Adjustments: Formula Introduces the Selva R Fork
Three chambers were too much for the volume you've on enduro forks. A coil version of the Selva will come...
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