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    Z150 Height Change w/ETA ?

    Anybody know what the change in the Z150 axle-crown is when using the ETA
    I'm a little confused about whether the ETA "locks out" the first 30mm of travel or takes you down to the last 30mm. Just trying to figure out what my HT angle might be like when climbing w/Z 150.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fathead
    I'm a little confused about whether the ETA "locks out" the first 30mm of travel or takes you down to the last 30mm.
    Neither. It locks out about 1/2-2/3 the way through its travel, and then has 30mm of very stiff, top-out-feeling travel at that point.
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    agreed, mine seems to lose about 3 inches of stanchion with ETA on, it is a noticable change in HA, and the travel stiffens up nice.
    what would rainbow unicorn do?

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