- tell me about your ‘pushed’ experiences
Had a Rocco RC coil shock (on a 2006 S works Enduro) PUSHed a while ago, and it was really good. The main difference was that you could not tell the rear suspension was there after it was done. It just worked. No bob, no squatting, just a lovelly smooth ride and loads of grip. Before it was squatting and bobbing a bit while pedalling.Posted 9 years ago
As with any mass-produced products there’s always room for improvement by use of better components and more customer-specific set-up. Apart from the high quality of all PUSH components, the function of the PUSH Factory Tuning System has a smoother transition from the ‘Platform’ to the bump absorption mode giving a lighter, more speed-sensitive, less indexed feel.
The platform is also varied to suit specific bike designs & rider weight/style unlike the off-the-shelf Pro-Pedal. Finally, unlike the Pro-Pedal system, the low-speed rebound circuit can be changed to match individual needs without affecting the high-speed circuit. This allows increased low-speed rebound damping rates, which aids in controlling excessive movement, while at the same time allowing the shock to respond more quickly in high-speed situations.Posted 9 years agoJackass123456789Member
Old Vanilla R shock on my Giant Reign and a newer Vanilla R on my 2007 Commencal.
Both amazing and really want my RP23 done now. However saying that I have also had some Boxxer’s and Pikes serviced and adjusted by TF but not ‘Push’ tuned and they were also so much better afterwards.
I was talking to a guy at a race who had the same Boxxers Teams as me, he was on his second pair as he wasn’t happy with the way they performed. Mine were TF tuned straight away and I never rode them standard. Just doing the standard car park up and down test you could notice the ‘plush’ness of mine over his!!Posted 9 years ago
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