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    G3 magic link

    Hey there. I have a 2010 Abra Cadabra and Ive heard that it is possible to buy a G3 magic link kit for it. So far I cant find any info on them. Any one know the cost and where it can be ordered from? Thanks

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    If you go to the Kona World Forum
    KONA OWNER FORUMS & SUPPORT

    Under Techsupport you can get all your questions answered. I think you can order the G3 conversion kit through your local Kona dealer. If I recall correctly, the kit is about $300, and it's not just the air shock, but the air shock and a whole new linkage system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DirtyMartini View Post
    If you go to the Kona World Forum
    KONA OWNER FORUMS & SUPPORT

    Under Techsupport you can get all your questions answered. I think you can order the G3 conversion kit through your local Kona dealer. If I recall correctly, the kit is about $300, and it's not just the air shock, but the air shock and a whole new linkage system.
    Awsome, thank you.

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    The kit should be about $150.

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    Correct price for upgrade kit is idd round $150, Kona part no# upgradekit: CMPMLKAIRSKL . Just contact your local kona dealer, it's available for shipping now.

    goodluck!

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    Kona MagicLink G3 retrofitted - YouTube install movie of the whole kit. Note the Kona Cadabra 2010

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    Question for those that have installed the kit - how tight are you torquing the connecting bolts? The video aaa to do it not too tight,as a rookie at this sort of thing is feel a lot safer with a number I could put on the wrench

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    finally got around to mounting this, then had to pull of cranks etc again as I found I'd left the valve pointing inwards and so inaccessible. all good learning experience though and not too hard

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