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    Lyrik MiCo-DH (NR) damper in '07 Lyrik Coil U-turn?

    Can I install the Lyrik MiCo-DH (NR) damper in my 2007 Lyrik U-turn? Is there anything else I need to do other than the usual crush washer/wiper seal replacement type stuff when I do it (provided I can)?

    Am I correct in assuming that this is what will transform my fork into the closest thing I can manage to the RC2DH? The Flood gate has never been a feature that I use so I would happily sacrifice this feature on the alter of superior performance (particularly in the downhills)

    Thank you for your help.

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    You have to get a 2010+ rebound damper as well. The 2010+ versions displace more oil through the compression damper.

    This also changes oil volume, so you will need to change damper oil(should probably do it anyway if its apart)

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    2010 Rebound Damper

    Thanks for the reply. I had to have the rebound damper replaced a year or two ago. Is it possible they put an updated damper in at the time? Is there a way to know if the damper I have is the updated version?

    Thanks again

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    It shouldn't be the new one. The newer version is not compatible with old style damper.

    If you want to check, the older style rebound damper is in a sleeve to make up for the smaller piston/shaft. The new style just uses the stanchion.

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    That explains it

    That explains why there is a translucent..."wrap" inside the stanchion. Thank you very much.

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