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    Remote control brain for Epic?

    HI i have an 11 Epic evo and was looking at something like this

    Rock Shox PopLoc+Adjust remote kit, right hand on eBay!

    I found today as i was riding the hard pack i prefer almost lockout on the rear i dont like it too soft.

    Has anyone tried something or can you fit similar to above to adjust brain dial on rear shock?

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    No

    There is not a lever designed to work the epic rear shock, and I doubt there ever will be. The advantage of an epic is that theoretically there is no need to adjust the shock mid ride. I get what your looking for but don;t think its out there. The poplock is a 2 position switch, where as the brain fade adjuster is like 20 positions. You could make something that would work but its not going to be a simple refit of a poplock.
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    Aye cheers mate. I hear what you're saying. But for today for example the rear was on a threshold of activating and on hardpack trails it's unpleasant, the clock as it activates feels like i have a flat tyre. Its far from smooth, Id rather it be fully open or locked out, not wallowing in the middle. Anyone else have this? Id rather dial it out with a manual dial. Or is there an issue with my shock?

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    The brain is what the brain is. Some love it, some hate it. Personally, I found it awesome in shorter races, but annoying in really long races and/or fun trail rides.

    If you don't like it's action, just get a CTD shock with remote lever to replace it.
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