Any reason for not buying 2011 lyrik coil u-turns?

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  • Any reason for not buying 2011 lyrik coil u-turns?
  • rj
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    None at all. They’re stiff and well damped (at least in the MiCo guise). They’re also easy to service at home. I’ve been extremely happy with min.

    Premier Icon mactheknife
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    Nope, they are ace forks. Love mine 🙂

    Premier Icon big_scot_nanny
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    Any opinions on these? I would like a pair of 160mm forks for my mega, my fox talas 180s i have never really been happy with and they are so long that full usefulness is only uncovered on the biggest alps days.

    So, would like a pair of cheap ish but good coil forks, these are available, any reason why I shouldn’t get them?

    Ta folks!

    Premier Icon bigad40
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    How big are you? Or what do you weigh (dont tell me please)
    Only ask because Rockshox coil heavy weight spring max weight is for a rider of 90kgs or so.
    I have sektor air something and its brilliaint! 115kgs.

    Premier Icon tomaso
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    Wish I’d never sold my coil Lyriks. Beefy well damped controlled forks that resist rock deflections well – whats not to like.

    robhughes
    Member

    Absolutely love mine.Bullet proof smoooothness.If you don’t use the lockout pull the wee thingumybob out.Even better then. 😀

    Premier Icon big_scot_nanny
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    Oof, wow, positive responses. Cheers guys.

    Bigad40 – I am 115kgs also, are you saying that the firm spring will be enough? I was assuming I would have to get a x-firm, only thing I am not sure about.

    Ta!

    Kev

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