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    CCDB air high flow sleeve

    I can remember reading a discussion somewhere about the high flow sleeve for the CCDB air and its benefits with pictures of two slot and six slot sleeves, but i am now unable to find it. Anybody know about this? I recently had a two slot sleeve fitted which has improved the performance. What is the diffence between the two and six slot sleeves (apart from 4 slots ) ?
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    I believe you are thinking of this post:

    Delirium DB Air settings

    Only differences I can see are the size of the slots. I am sure there are pros/cons to each but what those are I am not sure.

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    Thanks honns.

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    Do you think it might be worth fitting the XV can? They say it reduces ramp up and gives a more linear feel closer to a coil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loamranger View Post
    I can remember reading a discussion somewhere about the high flow sleeve for the CCDB air and its benefits with pictures of two slot and six slot sleeves, but i am now unable to find it. Anybody know about this? I recently had a two slot sleeve fitted which has improved the performance. What is the diffence between the two and six slot sleeves (apart from 4 slots ) ?
    The 2 slot version caused me to un-hate that shock immediately.
    Nice KOM, sorry about your penis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrwhlr View Post
    The 2 slot version caused me to un-hate that shock immediately.
    Ditto.

    What about the XV can though?

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    Quote Originally Posted by loamranger View Post
    Ditto.

    What about the XV can though?
    I'm pretty set in my opinion that nothing can cure an air shock's 'airness', just a muted, disconnected, feel they all have to a degree. CCDB coil is my primary shock, air kept as back up. After inner can fix, not fiddling around w/ it any further.
    Nice KOM, sorry about your penis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrwhlr View Post
    I'm pretty set in my opinion that nothing can cure an air shock's 'airness', just a muted, disconnected, feel they all have to a degree. CCDB coil is my primary shock, air kept as back up. After inner can fix, not fiddling around w/ it any further.
    I'm going back to my coil (BOS Stoy) eventually, I have to have it retuned for the Chilcotin and that's proving to be protracted since the new UK distributor is still not up and running yet.

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