Possible to tune Epic "Brains" differently?
Sorry for the n00b question. Yes, I've searched the forums, but didn't really find the answer...
So, I'm looking at both new and used Epics.
Reading reviews, it seems like every year the journos talk up the newest "tune" and how it's better than last years, etc..
So my question is, when sending your shock(s) into Spesh for a tuneup, is it possible to have them "tuned" to the latest? I have no idea how this works, obviously- maybe all they do is replace seals, I dunno.
Alternately, is it cost-prohibitive to order the latest "brain" from Spesh?
Thanks for any help.
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Mmmmebbe. Does that mean you can send in a rear brain from a 2011 and have it come back "tuned" like a 2013, I wonder?
(Thanks for the link, btw)
Not easily. If you have the expertise, you can dismantle the shock and change the shim stacks as per any other shock. With regards to the Brain, similar story - spring rate and shims can be used to tune it. I have an AFR Brain shock laying around and I intend to dismantle it over the winter to see how easy these sorts of modifications are.
Originally Posted by RRRoubaix
For you, unless you know a good service technician who has had experience with this sort of thing, best to leave it to your LBS, and the standard Spec tune.
Last edited by skiwi; 05-23-2013 at 02:39 PM.
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