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    ccdba cs for the endo

    so after seeing the recent vid of the endo being put through it's paces, it's got me thinking,
    whats peoples thoughts on the ccdb air cs as a shock choice for the endo,,,
    thanks in advance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by delirian View Post
    so after seeing the recent vid of the endo being put through it's paces, it's got me thinking,
    whats peoples thoughts on the ccdb air cs as a shock choice for the endo,,,
    thanks in advance.
    ian.
    coil is always going to work better with knollys rising rate suspension. but if you want to save weight, the ccdb air will do a good job. the climb switch gives a platform that will improve the knollys climbing ability on tech climbs only. in September the ccdb coil with cs will get released and will be a better performer on knollys than the air.

    when the climb switch is in the off position, these shocks are just the same as last year's version.

    bos have better damping than cane creek.
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