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    Like most of the fork manufacturers, Suntour does everything from really low end forks to some serious competition forks.

    Whether their competition forks are a match for the big names is a different debate. But they do exist.

    The problem is that only the budget forks show up on bikes in the US. I think part of that is that Fox and RockShox are smart enough not to offer a product that low on the totem pole. It would dilute their brand image too much. Although some of the old RS forks make me wonder how front suspension took off. Maybe 'cuz they paid people to use them?

    I'm curious enough that if it didn't cost me anything, I'd at least try some of the high-end Suntour stuff.
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    Oh, how about the ol' "Chipped the paint on my Mountain Bike. Frame should be warranty replaced".
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    If I get a carbon bike, how many miles can I put on it and still be safe?



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    Quote Originally Posted by zebrahum View Post
    In what world is N+1 non-linear? I believe the standard acceptable version says that the minimum number of bikes to own is 3 with no maximum.
    N+1 is just a way of saying "one plus some "N" quantity" or "one more than the last quantity"...in some cases, this modifier can be made an exponent, creating a non-linear function.

    But let's keep it linear: So the sum total (E) of all possible bikes: (E) 3*(N+1)

    Where 3 is the minimum needed quantity, and N can be any non-negative number.

    Sorry, inner geek trying to get out after a week away from engineering school

    Also, I'll post a vid or something of my suntour fork flexing when I've got my bike back...might be a while.

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    Don't continue a discussion on your thread that's developed a little differently from your original question, start a new thread. Preferably in another forum. Ask everyone on the old thread to follow you to the new thread.

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    Been riding and working on your bikes for a few years, with a specific question about a minor distinction in two cross-compatible maintenance parts?

    Yeah. Beginners' Corner is definitely the right place to post it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrwSwitch View Post
    Like most of the fork manufacturers, Suntour does everything from really low end forks to some serious competition forks.

    Whether their competition forks are a match for the big names is a different debate. But they do exist.

    The problem is that only the budget forks show up on bikes in the US. I think part of that is that Fox and RockShox are smart enough not to offer a product that low on the totem pole. It would dilute their brand image too much. Although some of the old RS forks make me wonder how front suspension took off. Maybe 'cuz they paid people to use them?

    I'm curious enough that if it didn't cost me anything, I'd at least try some of the high-end Suntour stuff.
    As always wise words.

    The Suntour rep posted this reply to a thread. Got me thinking.

    Why don't you offer to do a review of a higher end fork for them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSC View Post
    N+1 is just a way of saying "one plus some "N" quantity" or "one more than the last quantity"...in some cases, this modifier can be made an exponent, creating a non-linear function.

    But let's keep it linear: So the sum total (E) of all possible bikes: (E) 3*(N+1)

    Where 3 is the minimum needed quantity, and N can be any non-negative number.

    Sorry, inner geek trying to get out after a week away from engineering school

    Also, I'll post a vid or something of my suntour fork flexing when I've got my bike back...might be a while.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrwSwitch View Post
    Like most of the fork manufacturers, Suntour does everything from really low end forks to some serious competition forks.

    Whether their competition forks are a match for the big names is a different debate. But they do exist.

    The problem is that only the budget forks show up on bikes in the US. I think part of that is that Fox and RockShox are smart enough not to offer a product that low on the totem pole. It would dilute their brand image too much. Although some of the old RS forks make me wonder how front suspension took off. Maybe 'cuz they paid people to use them?

    I'm curious enough that if it didn't cost me anything, I'd at least try some of the high-end Suntour stuff.
    you sure about that? RS and Marz offers plenty of entry level crap on stock bikes. Fox not so much...but they have to maintain their image that their forks are somehow worth $500 more than the competition...
    what would rainbow unicorn do?

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    Found the meme generator




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    thought i was supposed to buy 650b if i couldnt decide?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sasquatch rides a SS View Post
    This isn't "good" MTB advice cat
    Ok, i guess i will have to buy one of each then. lol
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    This is soooooo annoying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sasquatch rides a SS View Post
    LOL, tried that once in my younger days, suffice to say the shifter definately didn't work afterwards.
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    most of these are from actual experience I've had with people

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    ^^^Aaaahhh, I was just going to do that! Except "65 PSI ought to do it" on the bottom.

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    Bravo!
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    Grumpy cat, still bad advice!


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    It's surprisingly easy to find idiotic ideas if you just browse the forums for a minute or two

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saul Lumikko View Post
    Dude, we went over this already! haha
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    HAHAHAHAHA If that's referenced towards me sliding backwards down a hill on my fat bike a couple of weeks ago you made my day. If not, still love it.

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    ^^^ AHAHAHAHAHHAAHAHAH

    I was thinking of something similar!
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    Should this thread be renamed something to the effect of "cat talk back"?

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    I was thinking "sarcastic mtbr cats"

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    Finally rolling on 29" x 2.0" Schwalbe Big Apples

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    We forgot the ever popular Walmart bike discussion...
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    Finally rolling on 29" x 2.0" Schwalbe Big Apples

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    Quote Originally Posted by wmac View Post
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    this one make my day today in the morning i repair a bike that was full of oil (the brakes) change pads and clean the disc and you are on the go

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    Not a cat, But JC Denton is a badass:

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    Quote Originally Posted by OscarW View Post
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    And start saving now for upgrades, because the components are mostly junk.

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    Great additions!
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    totally. the top one can be repeated for any dollar amount.

    Have $x?
    Spend $2x!

    or

    Have $x?
    All you can get for that price is a marginal bike with a fork that needs replacing right away!

    also used at every dollar amount you can imagine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by getagrip View Post
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    thought this was bad advice cat.....



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    There are people who get into mountain biking at all levels. There are people who ride different types of trails. Not all trails require someone to spend $5000 on a mountain bike to get good performance on their local mtb trails. The terrain someone encounters in Nebraska is going to be different than the terrain someone encounters in Utah, Arizona, Oregon, Colorado, Maryland, or some other destination. So, I hope you can appreciate the fact that not everyone has $5,000 to spend on a mountain bike, and also realize that a $500 mountain bike will do the job on many trails.
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    God bless us, every one.
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    Hey guys, my apologies. I think I had one too many to drink last night and I may have also misinterpreted someone's comment or taken it a little too seriously...and responded like a drunk moron myself. Anyway, I've gone back and edited my comment to tone it down a bit, which is the first thing I thought to do after waking up. You know, one of those "oh crap, what did I get my self into last night!" moments. So please accept my sincere apologies.
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    ... and if we just ...

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    So please accept my sincere apologies.
    I think we all understand, but I can't resist:
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    ^^Hahaha. That's how I roll.
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    Id scrap the passion forum all together, its a breeding ground for unicorn milkers, rainbow chasers and candy cotton farters.

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