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    Old Legend info

    Hi,

    I've this bike:

    Old Legend info-img_20170129_104746.jpg

    I bought it second-hand.

    What year is the frame?

    What is the best shock for this frame? I've read that this frame has been designed with CCDB AIR, it's correct?
    For me, CCDB AIR it's too difficult to setting.
    Do you have any adjustment value?
    I weigh 70 kg (154 lb?).

    Thank you!

    Sorry for my bad english.

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    No one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lona79 View Post
    No one?
    cane creek shocks are awesome. Looks like you have the DbAir use their online base tune settings and you'll be very close to good setup. I've been on Legends off and on since 2009 and the base tune +/- and few clicks has worked for me. I've had fox dhx and rc4 in my frames and always preferred the Cane Creek
    https://www.canecreek.com/products/s...air/base-tunes

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazza_wil View Post
    cane creek shocks are awesome. Looks like you have the DbAir use their online base tune settings and you'll be very close to good setup. I've been on Legends off and on since 2009 and the base tune +/- and few clicks has worked for me. I've had fox dhx and rc4 in my frames and always preferred the Cane Creek
    https://www.canecreek.com/products/s...air/base-tunes
    Hi,
    thanks for the reply and happy new year
    I have already tried the basic settings of Cane Creek site, but I have not found a feeling.
    But for this frame is better a coil or air shock?
    More tips?
    Thank you

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    I haven’t had an air shock in my legend before, I had one in my Darkside and found it was always a little harsh breaking the initial shock stiction but was fine once it was in its travel. I like coils a lot more and fine them to feel a lot plusher

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    Hi,
    I've replace CCDB Air with CCDB Coil.
    Someone has setting for Banshee Legend with CCDB Coil?
    Thank you

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    Download the cane creek Dialed app it still has all the banshee model info listed

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    I know, but it has the basic settings

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