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    150mm RC2x

    Has anyone come across any good deals on a 06 150mm RC2x? I can't seem to find anything right now. Also looking at Lyrik U-turn pricing if anyone comes across some sweet deals.

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    I don't think any 150 ones came into the US (cuz we all like lotsa travel and are fat) but in a schematic i have they do offer both,and a lot of forks that are 150 here are offered in 130 in europe. I would think you will need to get one 150 damper and put in in a 170 fork.

    I just put a 170 66 lite on my 07 RFX and really love it but am deciding wether i should get a 150 damper or get a Z1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by krispy@go-ride.com
    I just put a 170 66 lite on my 07 RFX and really love it but am deciding wether i should get a 150 damper or get a Z1.
    ...Kris, just get the 66SL ATA (or the ATA cart if/ when they become available)


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    Thanks Krispy. I was hoping someone in America had them, but oh well. I guess I am down to the Lyrik U-Turn or Van 36RC2 if I want a coil fork.
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    Ah man i just can't! Well, it is verrrry tempting-it's the same weight as the Z1 and it is a 66...

    I just took off the 36 Float-which was no doubt the nicest feeling air fork i've tried yet- and put the 66 ETA on with 10 psi and it flat out rocks the DH!!! Especially in the cold.

    Something is making me stay coil. Plus it is time proven and if there is a problem i can fix it easily. I guess we'll see very soon just how good the 66 ATA is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by krispy@go-ride.com
    I guess we'll see very soon just how good the 66 ATA is.
    Yes, I believe that we're all on pins and needles awaiting El Chingon's initial ride report!
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