- Avalanche Dampers – Which Tune…
My experience with Avy (rear shock) is that the external adjustments are really fine tuning only. If you’re not sure, spend a few bucks and phone Craig at Avy up, he will ask you the appripriate questions and figure out what’s best as long as you’re honest about what riding you do.Posted 4 years ago
Edit – check out the Knolly forum on MTBR for loads of real world user info on Avy shocks and fork upgrades.messiahMember
Make the call and speak to Craig about how you want a shock to feel.
I’m not sure how the range of adjustment changes the feel as I did little more with mine than try one click either side and then go back to what was recomended as it worked so well (From running a CCDB I learned how easy it is to ruin the feel of the bike by getting carried away with fiddling… the recomended settings were almost the best). Click wise my Avy was set-up in the middle of what is twenty something clicks. When I was speaking to him about changing my frame he reckoned I could re-use my shock with a few clicks adjusted as the range was good enough (I sold the shock with the frame and have a new shock with Craig ready for my new bike).Posted 4 years ago
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