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    New inline Double Barrel Cane Creek

    Looks great in this detailed article
    New Cane Creek Double Barrel Inline Shock Brings Twin Tube Tech to Trail Bikes Everywhere!

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    Yup! It looks sweet! Only thing missing from the article is WHEN I can get one for my trail bike.

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    New inline Double Barrel Cane Creek

    Outside of finding this new shock very interesting, I'm wondering if they will now make a remote option for the climb switch. Many manufacturers make remote switches for their non-piggyback shocks. If CC made a remote for the climb switch on this shock, I would bet it would fit the double barrel air CS as well. I live in the Midwest where we have lots of rolling hills. I would love to turn on my climb switch every time the trail points up. It is a big help. Reaching down into a small confined space every time I want to use it is a pain in the ass. Really hoping a remote is on the list of things to do for cane creek. Oh, and this new inline double barrel definitely looks sweet.

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    already available for sale on cane creek's website. I'm sure it will be online shops pretty quickly.
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    This really changes things. I spent forever looking for a shorter travel frame I could fit a CCDBAcs on.

    This really open up the choices for someone like me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TwoTone View Post
    This really changes things. I spent forever looking for a shorter travel frame I could fit a CCDBAcs on.
    Same here. In my case I wanted a shock with a full range of adjustments for rebound, compression, and all the other settings, which limits me to the CCDBA and other remote reservoir shocks. None of them fit in the frames I'm interested in without having half the dials blocked off, that is, if they fit in the first place. This makes things much easier for me.

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    Just heard July from Cane Creek for retail. First they have to fill the OEM orders.

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    Wonder who will be specing this shock OEM. Should be interesting to see who has faith in their end user's ability to tune their own suspension.

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    So when are we going to see a bladder or diaphragm in place of the IFP on the CCDB coil and air?

    I have to wonder if the CCDB inline has better performance than the air, because of the diaphragm, even with less oil volume. Very interesting shock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikerbob.com View Post
    Looks great in this detailed article
    New Cane Creek Double Barrel Inline Shock Brings Twin Tube Tech to Trail Bikes Everywhere!

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    Bob!!! Good to hear from you!

    Yup, this one looks awesome. I wonder why they just didn't use a floating IFP like in the Romic, but the architecture must be different enough not to do it that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warp View Post
    Bob!!! Good to hear from you!

    Yup, this one looks awesome. I wonder why they just didn't use a floating IFP like in the Romic, but the architecture must be different enough not to do it that way.
    No space for IFP.

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    New inline Double Barrel Cane Creek

    I've ordered one for my Santa Cruz Bronson C, looking forward to getting some ride time in when it turns up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GlennW View Post
    I've ordered one for my Santa Cruz Bronson C, looking forward to getting some ride time in when it turns up!
    For the Bronson I recommend the Double Barrel Air CS Bronson-specific, call Cane Creek and they'll let you know they have a special shock for that bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tacubaya View Post
    No space for IFP.
    Thanks, Tacu!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tacubaya View Post
    For the Bronson I recommend the Double Barrel Air CS Bronson-specific, call Cane Creek and they'll let you know they have a special shock for that bike.
    Can you say more?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tacubaya View Post
    For the Bronson I recommend the Double Barrel Air CS Bronson-specific, call Cane Creek and they'll let you know they have a special shock for that bike.
    You have more info on that? I've followed the threads on the DB Air CS and it's seems like people have mixed views on how well it works on the Bronson. What's the 'special' element involved?
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    Wow! Every time I turn around lately, I have to spend more money on my bike

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    Quote Originally Posted by hillharman View Post
    Can you say more?
    Not until June.

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    Well I sent Cane Creek a message about this Bronson specific shock and they've just directed me towards their shock fitter so looks like they're keeping pretty schtum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laterilus View Post
    Outside of finding this new shock very interesting, I'm wondering if they will now make a remote option for the climb switch.
    According to an article on VitalMTB - "It may also be hard to reach the Climb Switch on some frames. To address this, and to improve on-the-fly accessibility for all, Cane Creek will offer a bar-mounted CS remote later this year"
    So I think they have you covered there.

    I'd love this shock on my Mt Vision, but I'm still not sure whether it has enough clearance around the lower shock mount to fit the shock. I don't trust the fit thing on their website either, as when I put my bikes details in, it says that the DB coil with piggy back will fit, and it definately won't (you can't get any piggyback shock in there). I may have to flick them an email.
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    If you have space for the Debonair or CCDBA, why run the Inline vs the other two?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PHeller View Post
    If you have space for the Debonair or CCDBA, why run the Inline vs the other two?
    Same performance at a lower price and weight?

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    Too bad they dont make it for Giant Trance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PHeller View Post
    If you have space for the Debonair or CCDBA, why run the Inline vs the other two?
    Depends on your riding. I called them directly and spoke with them.

    My Lunchbox fits the piggy back. That said, 95% of my riding is local MD XC trails with 5-6 trips a year to east coast bike parks, so the runs aren't as long as out west.

    My understanding is the extra oil volume in the PB shocks combats heat on long downhill runs. Since I won't be encountering that, I decided to save some money, weight and get the same performance** for my riding.

    basically if you have those long ass downhill runs that last 10 or more minutes and you can fit a PB shock- use it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamao View Post
    Too bad they dont make it for Giant Trance.
    The Fit Finder thingy has been changing over the last couple days. First time I checked it said the Trance X shock was 7.5"x2" with no fit and now it's saying 6.5"x1.5". Maybe they just haven't got around to it yet?

    Fingers crossed, it'd be nice to have an aftermarket option other than the Monarch.

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    This shock is good news for those that haven't the room (or travel) for a piggy back, but its far less "amazing" than what MTBR would have you believe. Looking at their "infomercial" dressed up as a "gear review", this pic made me laugh with its lame-o traditional / inline comparison



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    Quote Originally Posted by TigWorld View Post
    This shock is good news for those that haven't the room (or travel) for a piggy back, but its far less "amazing" than what MTBR would have you believe. Looking at their "infomercial" dressed up as a "gear review", this pic made me laugh with its lame-o traditional / inline comparison



    Not so amazing now:
    While I agree that it may not be the best thing since sliced bread (remains to be seen), do you imply they are the same design?

    Not that the twin tube has not been made before (Romic used a twin tube since 2002?) but they are not the same thing.

    Yeah, all shocks are basically the same... piston, oil, space for oil displaced, separating membrane/IFP, gas. But implementation varies and so does performance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Golf_Chick View Post
    Well I sent Cane Creek a message about this Bronson specific shock and they've just directed me towards their shock fitter so looks like they're keeping pretty schtum!
    It will be released next month, and I would recommend giving them a call by then.

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    I'm just pointing out that the MTBR light-beer informercial on the product has an image specifically calculated to make it look significantly different to the "traditional" design, but when you flip the image it is far more similar than the spin meisters would like you to believe. The twin tube is the key different not the shock orientation (or even the lack of an IFP). Also, Magura made a range of non-piggy back shocks that used a twin tube approach years ago, so the claimed "first of its kind" is also a bit of stretch. eg Magura Hugin rear shocks.

    I just grow tired at reading these so-called reviews that are really just a republication of a manufacturer's press release.

    I do like the shock though and the possibility of a 6.5 x 1.5 option would be excellent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TigWorld View Post
    I'm just pointing out that the MTBR light-beer informercial on the product has an image specifically calculated to make it look significantly different to the "traditional" design, but when you flip the image it is far more similar than the spin meisters would like you to believe. The twin tube is the key different not the shock orientation (or even the lack of an IFP). Also, Magura made a range of non-piggy back shocks that used a twin tube approach years ago, so the claimed "first of its kind" is also a bit of stretch. eg Magura Hugin rear shocks.

    I just grow tired at reading these so-called reviews that are really just a republication of a manufacturer's press release.

    I do like the shock though and the possibility of a 6.5 x 1.5 option would be excellent.
    So, the Magura shock had separate high, low speed compression and rebound adjusters, and a climbing switch that didn't affect each other when adjusted?

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    So you guys who are ready to open your wallets and pre-order this shock; are you so willing despite any realworld rider reviews? No one knows jack-sheit about this shock. It could be a total P.O.S as far as anyone knows.
    Send me your money instead. You may get the same level of satisfaction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Renegade View Post
    So you guys who are ready to open your wallets and pre-order this shock; are you so willing despite any realworld rider reviews? No one knows jack-sheit about this shock. It could be a total P.O.S as far as anyone knows.
    Send me your money instead. You may get the same level of satisfaction.
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    Based on the other DB shocks, I am not worried in the slightest about ordering one without pouring over reviews. I have a broken RP23 and I need to think if I want to get it rebuilt now for $150 (or more to Push it) or save up the scratch for this. Decisions...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    So, the Magura shock had separate high, low speed compression and rebound adjusters, and a climbing switch that didn't affect each other when adjusted?
    What's your point? Show me one thing in the "Review" that is actually reviewing anything and not just a cut and paste job from some CC promo material.

    As an aside, Magura shock does have separate HSC, LSC and rebound adjusters. No HSR or climbing switch, but it was definitely a "twin tube" design where damping oil flow is primarily related to shaft displacement and not piston valving.

    To repeat once again, I'm not bagging the shock. I think its great to see another option in short travel. BUT I am down on the whole "Gear Review" that's not actually a review.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TigWorld View Post
    What's your point? Show me one thing in the "Review" that is actually reviewing anything and not just a cut and paste job from some CC promo material.

    As an aside, Magura shock does have separate HSC, LSC and rebound adjusters. No HSR or climbing switch, but it was definitely a "twin tube" design where damping oil flow is primarily related to shaft displacement and not piston valving.

    To repeat once again, I'm not bagging the shock. I think its great to see another option in short travel. BUT I am down on the whole "Gear Review" that's not actually a review.
    Thanks for clearing that up. It just proves that the new CC shock is a first of its kind. They don't have a shock to test yet. So, they posted what information they did have. Because of that, you and a lot of other people know about this shock. Which allows me and a lot of other people to start making plans to buy one. It's really something people should not be complaining about. But, you know some people just have to complain no matter what.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    CC doesn't make garbage.
    What I am getting at is people are willing to purchase this shock based solely on cane creeks' reputation, and not based on any real world reviews. IMO, that is not a smart way to spend your hard earned dollars.
    But it's your money, go ahead and be foolish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Renegade View Post
    What I am getting at is people are willing to purchase this shock based solely on cane creeks' reputation, and not based on any real world reviews. IMO, that is not a smart way to spend your hard earned dollars.
    But it's your money, go ahead and be foolish.
    It is a repackaged CCDBA-CS that is known to be one of the best mass marketed shocks out there, with the same damper. Is it really risky to assume the inline version is going to perform as well as the existing CC shocks? I do not think so. The biggest unknown is the new bladder design and its long term reliability. Here's where the CC reputation makes people believe they got it right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renegade View Post
    What I am getting at is people are willing to purchase this shock based solely on cane creeks' reputation, and not based on any real world reviews. IMO, that is not a smart way to spend your hard earned dollars.
    But it's your money, go ahead and be foolish.
    The Fox Float CTD is the most commonly specced and reviewed shock, and it's terrible. I trust my experience with the CCDBA-CS more than I trust someone I don't know. Half of the professional reviews that have come out have borderline silly statements in them.

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    I imagine that the large number of manufacturers that are specing the new Inline on their frames right now are basing it on something beside reputation
    Specialized, Norco, Intense, et al.

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    This was enough of a review to convince me, when coupled with the reputation of Cane Creek's other shocks:

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    Quote Originally Posted by hillharman View Post
    The Fox Float CTD is the most commonly specced and reviewed shock, and it's terrible. I trust my experience with the CCDBA-CS more than I trust someone I don't know. Half of the professional reviews that have come out have borderline silly statements in them.
    I did not mean professional reviews, I mean reviews from everyday people, you and me, not anyone working in the industry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikerbob.com View Post
    I imagine that the large number of manufacturers that are specing the new Inline on their frames right now are basing it on something beside reputation
    Specialized, Norco, Intense, et al.
    The float CTD is probably the most commonly spec'ed shock out there, and many people think it's a POS. Do those frame manufacturers know something we don't?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Renegade View Post
    What I am getting at is people are willing to purchase this shock based solely on cane creeks' reputation, and not based on any real world reviews. IMO, that is not a smart way to spend your hard earned dollars.
    But it's your money, go ahead and be foolish.
    This has to be one of the most ridiculous statements I have read in a while. Almost everyone I know consumes goods based on reputation of the brand. From cars, to components, to tools, to electronics, to bikes, to condoms.

    If the brand has proven its quality in the past, generally they will spend money on R&D to create more products to get more market share.

    Yes, this is a new product, but it is using a lot of proven technology, just repackaged. I am sure that the early adopters will be fine with shelling out $500 for this thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by moefosho View Post
    This has to be one of the most ridiculous statements I have read in a while. Almost everyone I know consumes goods based on reputation of the brand. From cars, to components, to tools, to electronics, to bikes, to condoms.

    If the brand has proven its quality in the past, generally they will spend money on R&D to create more products to get more market share.

    Yes, this is a new product, but it is using a lot of proven technology, just repackaged. I am sure that the early adopters will be fine with shelling out $500 for this thing.
    I don't think it's ridiculous at all. For example, would you assume every new model of automobile from a single manufacturer is of the same good quality as the vehicle you purchased from them last year? Car manufacturers test their new vehicles for some amount of time before releasing them, yet after these models get in the hands of the consumer, sometimes that is when you start seeing the problems after enough time has passed. Why would it be any different with anything else you purchase, say, a new model rear shock?
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    No offense renegade, but if we all took your advice there would be no user reviews out there. You should be applauding these people jumping in and spending their money on something so that we can get some feedback from real users, not paid advertisements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renegade View Post
    For example, would you assume every new model of automobile from a single manufacturer is of the same good quality as the vehicle you purchased from them last year?
    I would say(as would most sociologists) that is how the majority of people with liquid assets work. The entire car industry is built using this model.
    Quote Originally Posted by Renegade View Post
    Car manufacturers test their new vehicles for some amount of time before releasing them, yet after these models get in the hands of the consumer, sometimes that is when you start seeing the problems after enough time has passed. Why would it be any different with anything else you purchase, say, a new model rear shock?
    That is why they offer warranties, and generally use some existing technology/parts to keep % of failure down.

    Also, $500 is a much better risk/reward ratio, than say people buying even a low end new car like the BRZ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by honns View Post
    No offense renegade, but if we all took your advice there would be no user reviews out there. You should be applauding these people jumping in and spending their money on something so that we can get some feedback from real users, not paid advertisements.
    No offense taken. Yes, someone has to jump in and try the product. And I realize that manufacturers do really on brand loyalty to make a living, and sustain a bussiness.I have been burned enough times across many product lines that I try not to purchase by brand loyalty if I can afford to wait.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Renegade View Post
    No offense taken. Yes, someone has to jump in and try the product. And I realize that manufacturers do really on brand loyalty to make a living, and sustain a bussiness.I have been burned enough times across many product lines that I try not to purchase by brand loyalty if I can afford to wait.
    I think you have to keep in mind we are talking about a very specific company, Cane Creek, which makes a very limited set of products, and up to this point, only a single suspension product (family) which is nearly universally regarded to be excellent if not the best in it's class. It's adding a new product to that family which uses very similar technology packaged in a different form factor. I don't think it's a huge leap to believe it's going to be a good product. There are likely to be bugs in the first version, but Cane Creek also has an excellent reputation for service.

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    Hillharman, I realize that my comparing CC to an auto manufacturer is not at all an apples to apples comparison.The difference in this shock from CC is the bladder; this is new for them. Time will tell if they nailed it
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