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    Will CCDB Air fit Phoenix?

    Anyone here put, or tried to put, a CCDB Air on the Phoenix?

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    I can't remember if that's been fitted on the bike or not. Kyle Strait was running the RockShox and it fit OK, not much extra room but it fit.
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    Thanks. guess I'll have to wait until I can get my hands on one and test fit it.

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    Bit of a gravedig/bump... Did you manage to test out the CCDB Air and the Phoenix downplease? How'd you go?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Isildur View Post
    Bit of a gravedig/bump... Did you manage to test out the CCDB Air and the Phoenix downplease? How'd you go?
    It did fit, just barely. I didn't end up buying one. Another local guy ran one on his Phoenix most of the summer and he liked it.

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    I ran one on mine. Great for jump lines, good for rough. I think that the update to the porting in the air can might make it a lot better for rough. I wound up swapping between the RC4 and the CCDB-A depending on the terrain I was riding. Nod to the RC4 for overall performance.

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