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    Some 66 questions ?

    Got some questions on 66
    1 : Are the 2006-2007 66 models outer leg from a magnesium alloy?

    2 : The X cartridge on the left leg on RC2X s . Is it a high speed compression controller or a compression controller at the travels end? I mean is it sensitive to speed or to the position in travel ?

    3 : What are the adjustments on the lft leg of 2008s 66 RC3s ? All the adjustments which the RC2Xs had ? What do you think about gathering all the dampers on one leg and not using a coil in that leg ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SABER_MTB
    Got some questions on 66
    1 : Are the 2006-2007 66 models outer leg from a magnesium alloy?

    2 : The X cartridge on the left leg on RC2X s . Is it a high speed compression controller or a compression controller at the travels end? I mean is it sensitive to speed or to the position in travel ?

    3 : What are the adjustments on the lft leg of 2008s 66 RC3s ? All the adjustments which the RC2Xs had ? What do you think about gathering all the dampers on one leg and not using a coil in that leg ?

    1. Yes Mag Alloy Lowers

    2. The X cartridge is the end of stroke compression adjustment, how fast it ramps up.

    3. The RC3 took the high speed/ low speed adjustments which were separate on the RC2X and makes them adjustable in tandem from the one knob which gives a more balanced feel.

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    kinda....the compression knob in the rc3 leg adjusts everything at once But it also (obviously) has the rebound adjust, as well as the rc3 air chamber. The rc3 air chamber basically artificially changes the oil viscosity. kinda neat for tuning options, but not really that helpful since you still have to pull the fork apart to mess with oil heights.

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