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    norcosam, sorry but the spare spring I have is 350 lbs.

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    Ryates,Thanks for looking

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    just found out from Malcolm that CCDB servicing in the UK is through OxShox.

    oxshox@btinternet.com Contact Tim Aust

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    Seems they are part of K9. I hope they do a better job at servicing than their website would indicate, which is full of typo's.

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    steep fast and loose :)
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    EVENTUALLY GOT MY CCDB CUSTOM TUNED !!!!!!!!!

    HERE’S THE INFO FROM STENDEC :

    • FLOWING PISTON AIR CHAMBER SET AT 25mm
    • INCREASED 4 SHIMS ON COMPRESSION STACK
    • HIGHER BLOW-OFF THRESHOLD DUE TO INCREASED OIL FLOW.
    • N2 PRESSURE SET AT 220PSI

    • THIS PROVIDES A MORE DYNAMIC FEELING SHOCK [MORE ACTIVE] WITH MORE POP AND MID STROKE STABILISATION.

    • LSC + 6 CLICKS OUT
    • HSC TURNS OUT
    • LSR + 8 CLICKS IN
    • HSR 1 TURN OUT

    • FITTED NEW BOTTOM OUT DAMPER [4mm NOT STD 8mm] GIVES MORE STROKE TRAVEL.

    • NEW O RING SEALS FITTED.

    • NEW 500# TI SPRING INSTALLED.

    FOR ANY MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT DAVE AT STENDEC-WORKS. http://www.stendec-works.com/

    Bear in mind that this is now custom tuned to my requirements and complaints about the standard shock and it's [in]action for my riding style [or lack thereof] !!!

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    steep fast and loose :)
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    as further proof of STENDEC's ability :

    http://www.vitalmtb.com/videos/membe...46/MTBCUT-tv,6

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Lecht_Rocks
    as further proof of STENDEC's ability :

    http://www.vitalmtb.com/videos/membe...46/MTBCUT-tv,6
    Ability? These are the basic skills.

    As for the CCDB: beware of Sendec:

    Quote Originally Posted by gpaevo
    Had mine for just over a year now and it's superb. Get one bought lol, just don't let Stendec touch it Angry. Either send it back to the US or get Dale at CRC to service it when the time comes.
    Quote Originally Posted by dlysexic
    whats wrong with sendec?
    Quote Originally Posted by Tom L
    Sent my cane creek to them a few months ago for a service, they ended up ruining the nitrogen recharge meaning it had to be sent to the US for a proper service, 100 down the drain absolute weapons...
    Quote Originally Posted by gpaevo
    This! heard this to many times. Would ever let them touch my shock
    Quote Originally Posted by pwadjo
    Ditto, mate sent a pair of super limited edition Manitou Millenium triple clamps to stendec to be serviced and they were sent back as rigids. Seriously, they didn't ever compress again
    Quote Originally Posted by Turnerkid
    They did my Romic shock a few years back, 3 times it blew within 2 rides, not impressed

    Send your shock to Malcolm in the Us, it is def worth it!
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    Tim Aust at oxshox.com are the official CCDB service agents in the UK. He does tuning as well. Has anybody got feedback on them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by loamranger
    Tim Aust at oxshox.com are the official CCDB service agents in the UK. He does tuning as well. Has anybody got feedback on them?
    Is that new?
    When I contacted extra about warranty work they pointed me to stendec.
    www.gravity-sports.co.uk

    flash bikes for flash gits

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipper
    Is that new?
    When I contacted extra about warranty work they pointed me to stendec.
    Hi dipper

    Malcolm told me.

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    steep fast and loose :)
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    Blimey.... mine feels superb so far anyway no complaints....

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    steep fast and loose :)
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    Thanks for the heaDs up on oxshox too. I'll be speaking to TIM today...

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    As posted elsewhere, TFTuned are now dealers and the official UK service centre for CCDB Shocks.

    I'm so tempted.

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    CCDB on an AC - what spring?

    I have a 2010 AC with levers for 200 - 50 shock , the top hole is blanked off.
    I weigh 157lbs in my socks.
    I would like to fit a CCDB to the AC , when the bushes from Stendec arrive.
    If anyone has fitted one of these to an AC could they advise me on the spring (steel) I will need , as I think the current one at 450lb will be too strong.
    Cheers for any help.
    Jeff

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    speak to dave at stendec - he has the ratios and link charachteristics for the AC and will advise accordingly......let me know how you get on

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfb1 View Post
    I have a 2010 AC with levers for 200 - 50 shock , the top hole is blanked off.
    I weigh 157lbs in my socks.
    I would like to fit a CCDB to the AC , when the bushes from Stendec arrive.
    If anyone has fitted one of these to an AC could they advise me on the spring (steel) I will need , as I think the current one at 450lb will be too strong.
    Cheers for any help.
    Jeff
    mojo spring calculator here: :::: MOJO SUSPENSION ::::

    Good luck with the build

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    Thanks both

    loamranger - thanks for the link , if I used it correctly I will need a 550lb spring , which surprised me , so will try what I have then experiment with different poundages as required.
    TLR - will give Dave a call tomorrow , also thanks for bringing him to my attention , I had him service the 2006 DHX5 air shock which is currently on the AC & as he put it "give it a bit more pop" . the ride is much improved , the shock now rides higher in it's travel , does not blow through the mid range & the propedal settings work.
    Thanks again both
    Jeff

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    well the AC has gone , which leaves me with a CCDB & fox DHX5A,
    If anyone is interested in either email me at jeffbushi@yahoo.co.uk
    Cheers
    Jeff

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    Looks like an awesome new communication platform for CCDB users: The Lounge. CANE CREEK marketing "directrice" Holly COLSEN speaks.

    Eurobike 2012 - Cane Creek von Thomas - mehr Mountainbike-Videos



    Furthermore worth viewing: CANE CREEK director of development Joshua COAPLEN speaks.

    CaneCreek DoubleBarrel - Funktionsweise von Grinsekater - mehr Mountainbike-Videos


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