I've a friend who did an AVA aircan upgrade for his RP3 (he rides an intense btw). Basically this upgrade increases the air volume in the rear shock, and allows you to adjust the air volume too. The 3 platform settings and the rebound adjustment remains as per normal. My friend claims that his AVA RP3 now utilizes it's travel fully,and it feels more plush throughout the stroke because the larger air volume allows a more linear spring rate.
The reason I'm interested in this modification is that I set my RP3's sag at 20%, but I've never gotten past 75% travel at all, and when I lower the air pressure to get more travel, the rear will bob. This seems like a good way of getting a more active rear end for my RX100 without undue bobbing. Has anybody done this modification on their RP3?
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