- Is there any difference in burlyness with a Float RL and an RP23
I’m looking at a new shock for my Prophet and the RP23 seems to be the one to go for but i’m not one for nob twiddling ( i never mess with my Lyrics or Pikes) so i’m thinking i could save a good few quid and get the RL but is it ok for tougher all mountain type stuff??
SimonPosted 9 years agogeetee1972Member
It’s entirely possible that the biggest limitation on damper performance is the need for manufacturers to make something that can work reasonably well for 90% of users – you end up with something that appeals to the lowest common denominator instead of being designed with a specific bike and/or a specific rider in mind.Posted 9 years ago
It would be interesting to see what other people think, but I would suggest that a basic no frills damper that is then tuned to your weight, bike, style etc, (whether that be Push tuning or Mojo tuning) will always be better than a stock damper with lots of dials to try and figure out. I’m particularly impressed with the Push tuning that TF Tuned offers.
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