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    DebonAir spring upgrade help

    Please help. I tried contacting LBS and RockShox but can't get anyone to give me a response...

    Does anyone know which DebonAir spring to order for my Pike?

    My setup:
    2018 Pike RC
    Model ID: FS-PIKE-RC-B1
    Model Name: Pike RC 29+
    Wheel Size: 27.5" B

    For 150mm DebonAir Upgrade manual states following PNs:

    DebonAir spring upgrade help-screen-shot-2020-11-21-4.28.07-pm.jpg

    My bike info according to TrailHead:
    DebonAir spring upgrade help-screen-shot-2020-11-21-4.34.07-pm.jpg

    DebonAir upgrade manual: https://www.sramconnect.com/globalas...pgrade-kit.pdf

    I think since I have B1 29+ (model name, not wheel size), I should get the 00.4020.572.003 but the part description says it's for Lyrik/Yari, not Pike. It's so confusing!

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    On that Rockshox Trailhead site, click on "Upgrade Kits" below your fork's details and part numbers will be listed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rete View Post
    On that Rockshox Trailhead site, click on "Upgrade Kits" below your fork's details and part numbers will be listed.
    Upgrade Kits no longer shows anything for my fork now. I think since the release of DebonAir C1.

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    I see. If you use the mobile app (Android or IOS) it will list your upgrade options, both B1 and C1 air springs.

    I have the same fork (FS-PIKE-RC-B1 - Pike RC 29+) but with 29"+ wheel size. The fork stanchions and lowers are the same dimensions but the axle dropouts are positioned lower on the 29er. FWIW, my 150mm Debonair part number is listed as 00.4019.931.001 for the 2019/2020 B1 version and 00.4020.552.001 for the C1 version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rete View Post
    I see. If you use the mobile app (Android or IOS) it will list your upgrade options, both B1 and C1 air springs.

    I have the same fork (FS-PIKE-RC-B1 - Pike RC 29+) but with 29"+ wheel size. The fork stanchions and lowers are the same dimensions but the axle dropouts are positioned lower on the 29er. FWIW, my 150mm Debonair part number is listed as 00.4019.931.001 for the 2019/2020 B1 version and 00.4020.552.001 for the C1 version.

    Wow! Thank you! I didn't know they had the TrialHead mobile app. It gave me the info and my 150mm DebonAir part number is listed as 00.4020.552.001.

    Thanks again for your help!

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