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    KS eten?

    Has anyone taken the plunge on the new cheap KS eten dropper?

    Its for sale online as low as $126 with the remote. Pinkbike did a write up, but there's basically no info on the interwebs with actual rider experience. It seems the biggest downside is the potential weight, but since this is the AM forum and we ride big boy bikes, that's not so much of an issue for me.

    Sure, I could buy a reverb, lev, etc., but the eten is less than half the price. I could theoretically buy two and have one in use while the other is off getting warranty repairs at KS!

    I'm really looking for eten feedback/experience and not what you have or what I should buy instead.

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    It has essentially the same internals as their other products - the biggest drawback is it appears to only be available in 100mm - I prefer a 150mm that my LEV provides. Its clamping mechanism for the saddle is similar to the i950, not like the new LEV head.

    The remote is not the nice "carbon" unit that the LEV has, but it is still the same shape/has the same functionality. I do not believe the remote is ODI compatible either (The LEV remote replaced one of the ODI clamps on ODI grips)

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    I had/have a Reverb 125mm drop but then bent the post and snapped the actuator off. So instead of rebuilding the reverb and buying another actuator I bought the eten.

    I've got to say I'm happy with it, I have noticed the travel reduction going from 125mm to 100mm particularly on dh tracks, not quite as low as I'd like, but good enough. Also being 25mm shorter there is less slack cable hanging around the bike, always good. Out of the box it has a similar amount of side to side movement as the reverb, not noticeable riding.

    The action of the unit is smooth and quick, which I wasn't expecting from a cable operated unit and it's easy to setup. The actuator is a bit povo looking but the good thing is, being cable operated I can always improvise something if it breaks as apposed to the hydraulic reverb.

    The weight difference, meh... don't care didn't weigh either one, it's an all-mountain bike after all not a xc race bike. It also has a single bolt seat clamp that doesn't squeak like the two bolt reverb did. I have had no issues with the post losing pressure or jamming but I've only had this seatpost for a month or less so can't comment on longevity.

    Overall I think it's a great looking unit with excellent functionality and very cheap. I would buy another one over any dropper on the market due to the price and my tendency to break things, hope this helps.
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    Thanks Bamr, exactly what I was looking for.

    Anyone one else with long(er) term experience?

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    I have both the Reverb and eTen. So far i've only used it for 2 trail rides and noticed the seat does not always come all the way to the top when the trail gets rough. This might have something to do with the open bath cartridge. The manual says that inverting the seatpost may cause air and oil to mix and may result in temporary suspension action. It also says to cycle the seatpost a few times and wait a few minutes for the air and oil to return to their normal operating positions. I have not had enough rides to see if the post just needed to be broken in or if it's a fact of life.

    Overall for the price I paid, I am so far quite happy. I could purchase 3 of the eTens for the price of a Reverb so i'm not too worried about reliability. After all, i'm cover by the warranty.

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    BTW, one annoying thing is that the remote cabling attaches to the front of the post instead of the rear. The cable bunches up on the top tube when the seat is at the bottom. I ended up wrapping the cable around the post which seems to work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sand wedge View Post
    I have both the Reverb and eTen. So far i've only used it for 2 trail rides and noticed the seat does not always come all the way to the top when the trail gets rough.
    Are you sure you have the cable adjusted correctly? Have a look while pressing the actuator that the lever thing under seat is getting full travel up and down.

    Quote Originally Posted by sand wedge View Post
    BTW, one annoying thing is that the remote cabling attaches to the front of the post instead of the rear. The cable bunches up on the top tube when the seat is at the bottom. I ended up wrapping the cable around the post which seems to work.
    I thought that was a good thing to be honest, less chance of mud and grit being sprayed up into the cable and lever area. If you use a cable tie or a plastic p clamp on the bolt that goes through the seatpost clamp it can guide cable quite nicely without having it bunch up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bamr33 View Post
    Are you sure you have the cable adjusted correctly? Have a look while pressing the actuator that the lever thing under seat is getting full travel up and down.



    I thought that was a good thing to be honest, less chance of mud and grit being sprayed up into the cable and lever area. If you use a cable tie or a plastic p clamp on the bolt that goes through the seatpost clamp it can guide cable quite nicely without having it bunch up.
    Yup, the cable is fine, this does not happen riding on smooth surfaces. I'll have to give it a few more rides.

    I have my post pretty much all the way into the frame so it more of an issue for me but i can see it would be an advantage in muddy situations.

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    Yup, when it gets rough, the post does not want to come all the way up. Maybe an inch short. I then cycle the seat down and up and all is good again. Not complaining much, the positives still out weigh the negatives.

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    jsut got mine today and installed it. I can confirm it doesn't have the odi compatible lock ring for your grips but that is of little consequence to me. as far as cable bunching up, mine came with a ziptie and a plastic guide to place around the seatpost. from there, I just ran the cable along the cable stops with my brake/shifters and it seems good. I wont get it out on the trail for a couple days since we got a lot of rain going on. I paid close attention to how I installed the cable to make sure I got full engagement of the lever and the post seems to go up and down flawlessly. I paid $140 from arts cyclery, considering a new thompson post goes for $100 this seems to be a great deal and with a 2 year warranty should it break, I'll probably just buy a new one while I wait for it to get serviced and then I can have another one for another bike or just sell the refurbished one.

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    Did my first ride on it yesterday. I was having the same issue of not always getting that last inch or so of travel. it was only a minor annoyance and for the price point of this dropper post vs others I would certainly not let it dissuade me from buying it. I'm 6'3 and riding an xl yelli screamy and I'm still a bit of a newb to the mtb game and having some issues with my setup being comfortable with my knees but that is more because I could use a bit more setback or perhaps just shorter 170 mm cranks (I have a torn acl in my left knee and some meniscus damage in the right so the mashing aspect of some of MTB isn't the greatest for me but it's just too much fun" If i find I continue to have this problem, I will probably just raise my post up out of the frame a little bit, I'd rather have it be slightly too high when I'm pedaling flats and going up hills than have it be too low and the 4 inches of drop is plenty for my riding. Early impressions I give this dropper an A- because the cost is just so low it really scores in the value dept.

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    I got an eten a week a go and have been on 5 rides with it. It works perfectly, goes all the way down and all the way back up, nice and smooth,. The remote works perfectly I got it for $138.00 from Art's Cyclery. This is the best money I have spent on my bike in quite a while. The only thing I would change is the clamp. It is a single bolt and is harder to adjust than a dual bolt design. It does hold my seat in place though (no slop) and I weigh 210 LBS.

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    Yep, I pulled the trigger on an eTen shortly after starting this thread. I weigh 200 and ride hard. I have bent three seats in the past year and a half, and started thinking that getting that thing out of the way more often would be a good thing. The eTen works flawlessly, and I honestly couldn't point out a single thing I would improve or could justify spending more money on. Yes, there is a single bolt clamp, but it's very easy to adjust in my experience and stays tight. As others have said about droppers in general, I almost can't remember how I managed to ride without one. I use it constantly to make micro adjustments to seat height trail riding, and slam it for sustained downhills. It makes such a huge difference to be able to raise or drop it 2mm for a hard climb or a slow techy rock garden that still requires strong pedaling. Hopefully, this holds up well in the long run, but if and when it goes in under warranty for service, I'm seriously going to probably just buy a second one and cycle them. Hands down, best $126 I've ever spent on my bike. And a buddy picked one up for $105 in a different diameter that fit his Enduro.

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    Can anyone that has one measure the min insertion distance from the rails to the line? I wanna get one of these however not sure if my setup would allow, with the total being only 385MM, I have about 225MM of exposed seat post to my rails currently, is this a big enough post? Thanks for the help.

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    also recently bought the eten for my yeti 575 AM build. Smooth action and unbeatable quality at the price. This post is a game changer for the dropper market.
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    Anyone looking for the "inside" of the eTen here is a video (that also shows how to service it ) :



    Here is the video probably most know but just to compare it to the dropzone / super natural :

    KS Service Video - SN and DZ 720p Web.mov - YouTube


    I'm also interested to get one but I'm not sure what to choose :

    eTen : 100 mm travel for the price of 90 euros
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    Dropzone : 125 travel for the price of 130 euros

    Does the later one worth the extra $$$ ? (They both come with lever and 31.6 size which I need)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogdan_mb View Post
    Anyone looking for the "inside" of the eTen here is a video (that also shows how to service it ) :



    Here is the video probably most know but just to compare it to the dropzone / super natural :

    KS Service Video - SN and DZ 720p Web.mov - YouTube


    I'm also interested to get one but I'm not sure what to choose :

    eTen : 100 mm travel for the price of 90 euros
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    Dropzone : 125 travel for the price of 130 euros

    Does the later one worth the extra $$$ ? (They both come with lever and 31.6 size which I need)

    the drop zone costs you 50% more for 25% travel, only you know if your style of riding really makes that necessary. for me personally, I can't imagine needing more drop than what the eten gives me but I'm also a newb and a relatively tame rider. others may be different. what drew me to the eten is that it may actually be BETTER for me because its cheap because it's constructed from heavier steel parts. Generally speaking steel means better durability and I'm 250 lbs

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    I've made a measure before and 100 mm should be fine for me now , but I don't know in the future if the extra length will help or not, following the simple rule of : more is better I have to think from the beginning , since I cannot make it longer afterwards .

    I have some other details that turn my balance in favor of the Dropzone since my bike is white with red accents that extra touch on the collar would look nice and also I have this grips on my bike : Cannondale D3 Lock-on Grips with White Rings - KA041/WHT - CannondaleExperts.com - http://www.cannondale-parts.de/WebRo...2/DSCN6521.JPG that have a similar system like Odi ( I don't know if it's the same) but the idea of fixing the lever on the end of the grips sounds good.

    But these details doesn't mean much to me , I was just curious if there are noticeable performance difference between them. Forgot to mention my weight is around 165 - 170 lbs.

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    I bit the bullet and ordered one. I'm pretty stoke to have a dropped, I just dont bother with my seat anymore and leave it in a ridable position all the time now.
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    I just got done installing the eTen. Its my first dropper, and my only other experience with a drop post is friends bikes (RS Reverb & CB Kronolog). With all the stories Ive read here, and the issues my friends have had, I was hesitant, but the price of the post made it worth the risk. The installation was a no brainer...was kinda concerned while reading the instructions due to the lack of info about how to connect and route the cable and such, but once I had post in hand and was putting it all on the bike, it just fell together. Granted I put some time into the cable routing etc...but overall it was much easier than expected.

    Took a quick spin around the neighborhood, and so far, so good! I noticed it feels butter smooth. Compared to the other posts Ive sat on, it was as smooth or smoother. Held my #240 butt with ease, and the trigger is really comfortable/easy to operate. Those of you who are concerned about the post only having 4" of travel...I wonder why you would want more? Bottom line, the post is awesome, especially for the low price. Now its just a matter of time, first real ride is a couple days away. Cant wait!

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    I got mine monday, 5 minute install and it works perfect so far. I have ridden a bit but not much and no issue's so far. Going riding tonight so that should be a good test.
    I like to fart when I'm in front of you on a climb

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    FWIW it worked flawless all night for me. And like a little kid with a new toy I messed with it the entire ride.
    I like to fart when I'm in front of you on a climb

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    Same for me...put a decent amount of time on mine, and its been perfect. Hope it stays that way One thing I question, is whether or not the rebound speed can be adjusted? It goes back up just fine, and never came up short, but if it was a little faster, I would like it mo'betta.

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    Also looking to pull the triger on this but concerned about the 20mm offset. I currently have 0 offset on my post.

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    Dont forget you have some room to move the seat on the rail's. My Chromag seat has a good bit of room to move it around.


    I got another ride in on mine and it worked flawless for me.
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    Thanks 94krawler

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    An update on my KS eten... After 3 months use it is now losing height (10-20mm) on long uphill sections with full weight on the seatpost. It returns to full height after pressing the remote but it is quite annoying to have to do this half way up a climb. So looks like I'll have to look into fixing it or maybe it just needs more air pressure in the cartridge, not sure at this stage, just a warning on the reliability of this unit for potential buyers.

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    Just put some hard miles on my eten on the bumpy lava cap in Chico Ca. The post got a really good workout, and so did I It was its first true test, and I have to say, it was flawless. I have become a believer in the ways of the dropper...now lets see how long it lasts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bamr33 View Post
    An update on my KS eten... After 3 months use it is now losing height (10-20mm) on long uphill sections with full weight on the seatpost. It returns to full height after pressing the remote but it is quite annoying to have to do this half way up a climb. So looks like I'll have to look into fixing it or maybe it just needs more air pressure in the cartridge, not sure at this stage, just a warning on the reliability of this unit for potential buyers.
    Have you double checked the litte ferrule where it intersects with the housing stop under the seat? A few times, mine has popped loose, which results in the cable being just slightly pulled--similar to very light pressure on the remote--but it's enough to let the post drop with full weight on it. A quick wiggle back into place and it's good to go.

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    any talk of 27.2 coming?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dietz31684 View Post
    any talk of 27.2 coming?
    I doubt they could do a 27.2 at that pricepoint - so much more involved with the remote canister that their 27.2 products have.

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    I just ordered one from Modern Bike. $138 shipped is right where I need to be for a dropper post. I hope it works decent and lasts a couple of years at least.

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    Update - I received my post and installed it, no problems, just had to shorten the cable a bit. Took it for the first ride this weekend and it worked great! My first ride with a dropper post and I am a firm believer. I find myself annoyed that the seat is in the way if I don't remember to drop it, or if the trail is a lot of quick up and down, and it really can't be dropped. With the seat lowered my bike feels like a BMX bike, easy to whip around, and much faster through turns going downhill. This post is a nice way to get into droppers.

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    Another update. I have had this post for over 2 months and at least 40 to 50 rides. It continues to work very well. A couple of things I have noticed, there is a little rotational play, although I don't notice this while riding, and the seat tends to slide back over time. This drift is not much, maybe 3 or 4 millimeters over a couple of weeks. This could be due to my saddle rails, I am not sure.... They are hollow Ti. I do think a dual bolt clamp would alleviate this.

    Overall this is one of the best upgrades I have done to my bike in quite a while and I would not hesitate to recommend this post particularly for the money ($138.00).

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    Mine has been flawless so far.
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    Got mine in the mail today, and put it on. For $124 shipped I doubt I would dislike it unless the thing snapped in half the first time I sat down. Every thing works as well as I would expect, and I was able to install it in a way that fit great. Only thing I didn't like is how the cable attaches to the lever. It would be prettier without the end of the cable sticking out. But hey, for what I paid I just want something that works.
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    Received my eten without remote few days ago. Cost 100 euros from Accueil - PureBike - Pièces, matériel et accessoires VTT, vélo de route, BMX There is a tiny side to side play, but it is unnoticeable when riding. I got the model with saddle lever because there were many complaints about the remote one. Will give it the full use now and report back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StuLax18 View Post
    Got mine in the mail today, and put it on. For $124 shipped I doubt I would dislike it unless the thing snapped in half the first time I sat down. Every thing works as well as I would expect, and I was able to install it in a way that fit great. Only thing I didn't like is how the cable attaches to the lever. It would be prettier without the end of the cable sticking out. But hey, for what I paid I just want something that works.
    Where did you buy it for $124? I thought I got a good deal for $138 shipped.

    Awesome post by the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 69tr6r View Post
    Where did you buy it for $124? I thought I got a good deal for $138 shipped.

    Awesome post by the way.
    These guys, but after reading on here their shipping is slow, so I price matched with Jenson, thus no tax/free shipping. Last night I found it for $120, but I would pay tax on that unless Jenson would price match that too. I actually found them by checking prices on Google shopping, and surprisingly the lowest price wasn't some sketchy online retailer I've never heard of.

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    Haven't had time to look into it yet, but my eten started sagging tonight...about an inch or two. It's got a couple hundred miles on it so far and I'm 240 lbs, so it's been worked pretty good over the last couple of months. Gonna check the cable at the seat clamp and see if its hanging up at all, or if maybe the cable is hanging up causing a prob...really like the post and hope I can fix it because I can't imagine riding without it now!

    The post has developed a bit of side to side play at the seat that has increased a bit over time, but as long as it doesn't get worse I'm not worried about it.

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    Mine did that and I found the cable was sliding in the zip tie on my frame when I'd drop and then catch going back up. I had just switched everything over to a new frame so I didnt give it much thought and it was the post's fault.

    I ditched my QR clamp now since the dropper. I did find that if I over tighten the seat post clamp it will try to stick a bit. Backed the seat clamp off a tiny bit and its smooth.
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    5 weeks on my eten with at least every other day riding rough trails in Grand Junction (about 200 miles or so), CO and working well. I also got it because I tend to break things and it seems easily replaceable at the $124 I pain. I like the action more than the reverb, which I have ridden on demo bikes several times. 100 mm drop is fine for me as a trail rider.

    The cable seems to stick sometimes and does not fully return to the "off" position so that when I load the seat after rising it, it wants to go down. This happens for the first 3-4 drops and then goes away. Probably need to lube the cable, but I'm not that bothered by it.

    Overall, good choice.

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    I'm still working on dialing in my mounting position so that I get the best blend of pedal efficiency and clearance for DH. On longer climbs I notice myself not getting quite as much extension as I'd like, but I don't want to give up the ability to move it out of the way also. Gone off a couple drops and forgot to put it down, and was rudely reminded.
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    I ride often with the VTVolk, the guy who started this post, and we both have been hammering on our Eten's and they are still going strong. Not sure about other posts, but on a few cold night rides the post takes a few drops to get going. Nothing that really bothers me. Other than that, it has been a reliable and very reasonable upgrade in terms of cost. I cant imagine spending double this would get me a product that is twice as good. I do wish that the remote lever was the higher end one on the Lev so i could integrate with my ODI lock ring. I am also too cheap to upgrade for that minor improvement....

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    I wonder if you could buy that lever by itself and swap it out?


    Only issue I've noticed with mine is sometimes the seat rails seem to creak in the mount, at least I think that's what it is, when I land on the seat somewhat hard. No issues with movement though, and I transport my bike sideways in the back of my car.
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    I have not seen the lever only listed but its sold in some kinda kit form for the higher end post's IIRC. I wouldnt mind the upgraded lever as I ride lock on's myself. Assuming they would it would fit my Lizard skins Peaty's anyways.
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    I think it can be done because I had a friend who got the LEV integra when it came out, and his came with a different lever than it should have. The distributor said he would send him a new lever, although I don't know if this ever happened for sure.
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    You still in the bay Stu? will be riding again.

    hopefully, I can hear more about feedback about this dropper. I am looking to buy one soon and reliability is a big issue.

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    Update: still haven't been riding much but I was noticing that some times the post wasn't coming up the last half inch. It was simply a case of the seatclamp being too tight. I loosened it a bit and no problems at all yesterday

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    I just received my eten and installed it. One oddity: the instructions that come with it don't tell you how to install or route the cable, they just describe how to insert the seatpost, put a seat on it and mount the remote to the bars. Seems like it would be helpful to explain how to attach the cable on each end and some tips on routing it. It wasn't too hard to figure out, however.

    First ride was flawless; dropped on command, rose back to full height on command. Looking forward to giving it a workout. My only complaint so far is that I do wish it was 125mm or even 150mm drop; I can see how having a little more drop would be nice on the really steep and rocky sections. I'm wary of the issues described here, but frankly if you check out threads on other droppers (Lev, Thompson, Reverb, CB, etc.) they all suffer from similar performance problems at times, so paying 2x-3x as much for a different model doesn't ensure you won't have problems. So far I'm pretty stoked on it.

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    Yeah, the directions suck. I'm pretty sure my cable is backwards, but it's not a huge issue, and made fine tuning the length easier. I noticed yesterday on my first ride at the place where I bought this for that I ended up bringing it up about an inch for climbing, but then I noticed it a couple times on some really rough, steeper stuff. It didn't cause any issues, but it did kind of distract me thinking oh crap I hope I don't get bucked. I don't think those parts are on the race route though, so I'm okay there, and can always lower it at the top a bit.
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    Sorry I haven't updated in a while...I checked the cable and it had slid inside the frame guides a bit, and the area around the actuator lever that the cable pulls on had some dirt and gunk build up. I Adjusted the cable and tightened up the guides so the cable wont move, cleaned it up and it's back to normal! I've put a few rides on it since and had no problems.

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    Re: KS eten?

    Update #2. Just moved down to tampa florida a couple months ago and have been doing a lot more mtb riding. Sadly, the trails around here really dont have much need for a dropper. There is a good chance mine will end up in the classifieds although I may just hang onto it and build a 2nd totally xc oriented bike. I can say that the post itself has been durable as just a seatpost. I'm 250 lbs and dont always ride with my legs as a suspension and the seat takes some hits. The post is still functioning fine

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    I guess I should add an update as well. Since I put my bike in my car I always take off the front wheel to fit it. This means that the bike is upside down a lot for removal/install, and rides in the car on its side. Usually I'll do a quick up and down with the post while I'm doing a quick pedal to test the shifting and brakes and stuff, as sometimes I notice it won't want to come up quite as quick or all the way.

    The one issue I do notice is a creaking, especially if I bounce up and down on it while pedaling or seated but hit a bump. I haven't been able to determine for sure if it's the post in the frame or the seat clamp. Kinda sounds like something is dirty, or not quite tight enough.
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    Love mine! I have an old KS Supernatural 150 and love the ETEN just as much. I might actually love it more since is was way less expensive.

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    I've been using one somewhere shy of a year now and while I wouldn't say it's been perfect, I'm quite satisfied for the price.

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    I just bought one of these and installed it last night; this is my first dropper post. So far it looks like it's well made for the price and I'm looking forward to trying it out.

    My bike is fairly big, an XL frame. The included cable and housing seems like it *might* be long enough but I'm wondering if I'll have to get a slightly longer one. In order to run it through the short distance of internal routing on this frame without losing any cable length I had to uncrimp the cable tip, remove the barrel and ferrule and then reassemble without cutting any cable at all, or it definitely would be too short.

    Can anyone comment on whether they had enough cable and housing included with this? Did you have to get a longer one, or did you actually have too much and have to cut it down for a smaller bike?

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    Quote Originally Posted by outback97 View Post
    I just bought one of these and installed it last night; this is my first dropper post. So far it looks like it's well made for the price and I'm looking forward to trying it out.

    My bike is fairly big, an XL frame. The included cable and housing seems like it *might* be long enough but I'm wondering if I'll have to get a slightly longer one. In order to run it through the short distance of internal routing on this frame without losing any cable length I had to uncrimp the cable tip, remove the barrel and ferrule and then reassemble without cutting any cable at all, or it definitely would be too short.

    Can anyone comment on whether they had enough cable and housing included with this? Did you have to get a longer one, or did you actually have too much and have to cut it down for a smaller bike?

    A couple extra inches would have been nice... TWSS
    I have mine externally routed on an XL Yelli Screamy and I have plenty of length.

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    Mine was long enough on my large Rune in the external mounts.



    I did actually redo my cable not long ago though. I removed the flexible cable noodle for a 90degree V-brake type noodle. I just didnt like the flexible noodle, its much cleaner with the 90degree IMHO.
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    I spec'd one of these on my Spitfire after dirtrider76's experience with it. While I haven't used it much, due to the fact I forget I have it, the last ride out I hit a rock fairly hard and my thumb hit the release. Well the release came back but the cable did not. Seat dropped down and stayed released, would float up and down. Had to stick my finger on the lever under the seat and push it back up. Happened a few more times that day, but it was about 22 degrees F when we left the truck...............................Issues seemed to go away after it warmed back up. Time will tell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cpfitness View Post
    I have mine externally routed on an XL Yelli Screamy and I have plenty of length.
    Quote Originally Posted by dirtrider76 View Post
    Mine was long enough on my large Rune in the external mounts.
    Thanks, I think it'll be just long enough. When I was test fitting last night I had the bike in the work stand with the old seat post to hold it and there were a couple extra inches of post vs my normal amount. I'll have to ride it and see.

    Can't wait for better weather to try it out!

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    I just installed mine. On my first ride with it, I noticed that it sagged a couple mm when at full height. This is not a huge issue except for the very annoying clunk that comes as it settles into the sag. I tried detaching the cable to see if it was a matter of too much cable tension or friction and the sag and clunk are still there. Anyone else have this? Did I get a faulty unit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by D(C)
    Anyone else have this? Did I get a faulty unit?
    I don't know enough to know if you have a faulty unit but I'm pretty sure mine has never done that, unless I'm not understanding correctly. I believe mine sits rock solid unless the cable is activated one way or the other.

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    NOTICE TO ETEN OWNERS: The ETen and ETen Remote us an open
    bath cartridge. Inverting the seatpost may cause air and oil to mix
    and may result in temporary suspension action. To remedy this,
    return the seat post to it’s normal position with the saddle head up
    and cycle the seat post several times or wait several minutes until
    the air and oil return to their normal operating positions.
    D(C), did you see this in the manual? Maybe it needs to be cycled a few more times?

    I rode around my backyard for a while and played around with it, haven't had a proper ride yet but mine seems solid and doesn't do this, at least that I noticed.

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    Could someone let me know the measurement from the minimum line to the seat rail?? Thanks

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    Found out its 110mm from the line down leavening 275mm available to adjust the height. In case anyone cares!

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    KS eten?

    Just took the plunge on a ks eten dropper post. I bought the lever model to save a few extra bucks. I was curious though, I have a ks 861 post that just died on me and it has a remote. Does anyone know if I can take the lever of and throw on my old cable remote? Or would I have to purchase some extra parts for the post to accomplish this? Thanks

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    I guess it depends, but I'm guessing no assuming that the eTen has a specific setup for the cable actuated vs. the lever actuated. Maybe to keep costs down it's only a parts difference between the two and then you could purchase the stuff from KS and retrofit.
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    Update on this seat post after one year ownership, i say this because i had a bad case of broken thumb for a good three months. Anyway less than a years use and this unit has failed miserably! Holds no weight and the non rebuildable cartridge costs more than a brand new eten so this thing is a disposable unit.

    I encourage people not to waste their hard earned on this peice of sh17. Back to square one after a failed reverb and now an eten. Fml, more money down the drain.

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    Hey there folks!

    Does anyone of you know the differences between the eTen and the Vareo? Both look quite the same and if you take a look at the specifications there is no hint that makes me think of any difference. Both are ExaForm products. The only difference I can make out is the remote button an the "trigger" which operates the seatpost and where the cable is fixed.

    Here are the links:

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    Quote Originally Posted by bamr33 View Post
    Update on this seat post after one year ownership, i say this because i had a bad case of broken thumb for a good three months. Anyway less than a years use and this unit has failed miserably! Holds no weight and the non rebuildable cartridge costs more than a brand new eten so this thing is a disposable unit.

    I encourage people not to waste their hard earned on this peice of sh17. Back to square one after a failed reverb and now an eten. Fml, more money down the drain.
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    Re: KS eten?

    I am hoping that if I have an issue w the eten that they will honor the warranty. I purchased a ks861 (exaform) two months ago that just failed and they would not do anything for me. I've sent them a few emails and never received a response and my local bike shop tried them for me. I was told they don't carry the parts to rebuild those anymore. Not very impressed with their customer service at this point. Id take this in to consideration if you buy anything in exaform line. I'm gonna try them by phone one last time and see if they will help me out w the 861.

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    I haven't had the eTen but the Vareo was a "Supsension Dropper" meaning it did not lock up but had an inch or two of suspension at any given height. Was kind of nice on a HT but on a FS bike I don't think I would like it. Also the Vareo locked up after riding it in the rain and hasn't worked right since. I would steer clear of it if it was me.

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    Hey there folks!

    Does anyone of you know the differences between the eTen and the Vareo? Both look quite the same and if you take a look at the specifications there is no hint that makes me think of any difference. Both are ExaForm products. The only difference I can make out is the remote button an the "trigger" which operates the seatpost and where the cable is fixed.

    Here are the links:

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    Re: KS eten?

    The ks861 I have is the same as the vario I think. I really did not mind the suspension aspect and really liked the post. I'm sending mine to KS for repair, hope they fix it.

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    KS eten?

    @azorr: Sorry for my bad English but I am no native speaker.
    I don't get the difference by reading your post (maybe because there is some vocabulary that I am not used to?!).
    As I compared the specifications and the pictures I could only find the differences that I have already mentioned.
    So maybe you could be that kind and explain the differences in an easy manner to me (google Translator has not been a great help to me). Thanks a lot!

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    Re: KS eten?

    While sitting on the vario post it will absorb or go down a bit when going over a hard bump. It is not fully locked out at the top. Its like this as a comfort feature to absorb an impact.

    I still really liked the post. I did not find it bouncy and was firm when climbing. Just did not last long.

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    KS eten?

    Thanks a lot.
    I think I got it! So the Vareo was like a suspension post (or yours was broken?!).
    My last question is wether there was the same black plastic remote or was it made of metal? Of course you can see at the pictures that the adjustment of the cable is near the remote button at the Vareo. The adjustment of the eTen seems to be located in the middle of the cable (all information guessed from the pictures).

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    Re: KS eten?

    I dropped mine by local shop so I font have it to look at. I'm picking it up to send to Ks this week for repair.

    I will let you know, but I think it was metal. The remote worked well, never needed to mess with it.

    I would recommend waiting on the vario until I post back here as to whether or not KS will warranty mine. I should know in the next few weeks. You can also get an eten w remote from some retailers for $122-$138.

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    KS eten?

    Thanks a lot! Really, I appreciate that!

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    Hey folks!
    I bought myself the eTen and have to say that I'm really impressed by it's outer appearance. The manual is a joke - people without any technical knowledge might fail tryin'.
    For me it was quite easy to install and it works very well. The only thing I should mention is that the "tolerance" of the length of the cable is very small! You have to find the correct length otherwise the dropper-post might move down or will not stay at top.
    Everything looks like good quality and before I have to pay a lot of bucks for a RS Reverb I'd rather take the eTen (of course because of it's steele cable and not hydraulically like the Reverb).

    The remote is made of plastic, not metal. And poorly there is no adjuster for quick adjustment of the length of the steel wires/ cables like shifters have. Even it is shown on the pictures). Never the less everything works as it should and 10cm of travel are quite enough and I'm talking to you as a guy who is 1,92m tall!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derivator22 View Post
    The remote is made of plastic, not metal. And poorly there is no adjuster for quick adjustment of the length of the steel wires/ cables like shifters have. Even it is shown on the pictures). Never the less everything works as it should and 10cm of travel are quite enough and I'm talking to you as a guy who is 1,92m tall!
    There is a barrel adjuster in line on the cable on mine. I actually changed my cable routing though and added a solid noodle in place of the flexible noodle.

    The plastic remote lever works the same as the bling Carbon fiber lever. Actually the Carbon fiber remote/grip clamp weighs more than a Lizard skins grip clamp and the plastic remote.
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    Yes, i can also confirm there is a barrel adjuster that is added between the lever and cable. It's a short metal cable about 2 inches long. You may want to check the box again and install it.

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    KS eten?

    I did check that but could not find the adjuster. I also wrote to KS u.s. and KS cn for sending me a new one two weeks ago but didn't get an answer...

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    Sorry for missing this reply, looks like johnbike81 answered already. But just to reiterate, the Vareo when working correctly will still move up and down a little to absorb bumps. I had mine on a hard tail bike and I liked that it absorbed some but it stopped working (it wouldn't move at all) and also bent after about 6 months, and since I bought it on ebay it wasn't under warranty so I threw it away. I have since bought a full suspension bike and an eten seatpost, hopefully this one turns out better.

    Quote Originally Posted by Derivator22 View Post
    @azorr: Sorry for my bad English but I am no native speaker.
    I don't get the difference by reading your post (maybe because there is some vocabulary that I am not used to?!).
    As I compared the specifications and the pictures I could only find the differences that I have already mentioned.
    So maybe you could be that kind and explain the differences in an easy manner to me (google Translator has not been a great help to me). Thanks a lot!

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    Re: KS eten?

    Just curious if there is any way to improve the return speed of the eten? Seems to come back to the top position pretty slow. Was looking for an airvavle, but does not appear to b adjustable. Would adding more cable tension make any difference.



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    Mine comes back very quickly. Not that quick that it strikes you into your nuts, but as quick as a Reverb.
    Maybe your cable is too long or to short? As I already mentioned: the cable has to be of perfect length otherwise it influences the way the eTen is working.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnbike81 View Post
    Just curious if there is any way to improve the return speed of the eten? Seems to come back to the top position pretty slow. Was looking for an airvavle, but does not appear to b adjustable. Would adding more cable tension make any difference.



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    Make sure you haven't overtightened your seat post collar. I had an issue with mine not coming all the way back up and it turned out that was the problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpfitness View Post
    Make sure you haven't overtightened your seat post collar. I had an issue with mine not coming all the way back up and it turned out that was the problem

    I did the same when I first installed mine.
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    Thx, just needed to add a little more tension to the cable. Much better now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnbike81 View Post
    Thx, just needed to add a little more tension to the cable. Much better now!
    Perfect!
    Quiet a few people wrote that their eTen is broken or won't work and some threw it away and bought themselves a reverb. I think that adjusting the cable-tension would have solved some of the problems.
    A problem that can be fixed very easily. Otherwise the hydraulically system of the reverb which leaks a little bit and air gets into the system and that leads to annoying work -.-

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    I have to agree with the above post. Its a pretty basic system but if you cant set cable tension properly it wont work right.
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    A tip for setting the cable tension.

    Have somebody hold the remote trigger all the way down. While he is doing that, you want to hold the lever on the post all the way down. That is the exact length you want for your cable. Set your cable stop there.

    After a while you will get cable stretch and need to repeat the process.

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    How about some pics of an eTen on a bike?

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    My Rune sometime in early winter.

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    How about some pics of an eTen on a bike?

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    Sweet pic Eric! Makes me want to go hike Lehigh gap.

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    I love this seatpost. Only had it for a couple of weeks but I wonder how I ever rode without it. Only complaint is how it added almost a pound to my bike. O well, this thing is worth it's weight in gold.

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