After reading a few reports here, I sent the Fox Float RL on my 2004 Cannondale Jekyll 800 to Push Industries. It's a much more efficient when pedaling, but I also feel like the ride isn't quite as smooth through the rocky stuff.
If you were to do lock rocky descents at places like Downieville, or a single black diamond run at Northstar, do you think it's better to:
1. Run less air pressure so it feels a little more plus
2. Replace the Push'ed shock with a Float RL that has the stock valving?
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