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Scurra 2 Fork Action

Scurra 2 Fork Action


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 Why though? What is the practical benefit over this, to say a 34 or a Lyrik? Very unusual. They seem to be trying to solve a problem, that doesn't seem to exist. Forks are bulletproof these days, and light. Just saying.
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 If you read the article that they posted it talks about the advantages regarding traction angles and using bearing instead of bushings.
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 You get no stiction with these like you do with telescopic forks
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 @mhoshal: Is stiction really that much of a problem? I mean today with the forks we have from the likes of Fox, Rockshox, Ohlins. There's a lot of moving parts here, a lot more to go wrong. It's called the Enduro I believe, a season of EWS will show any benefits or flaws to this design. Whyte did a similar thing 15 years ago, and today the Whyte PRST is on lists on YouTube called "worst mountain designs" or some such title. Along with Slingshots etc etc. GMBN do a good one actually. I know this differs from the Whyte, slightly, but it's along the same lines. I've never seen a point to these ideas. I think it's people with too much time on their hands. Just saying.

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