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    To PUSH, or not to PUSH?

    Hola my riding amigos,

    I'm a recent convert to Turner from Ventana. I have an 06 Flux which came standard with a FOX RP3 shock. I'm looking for some input here...

    A good riding buddy is urging me to have my shock PUSHED. He says that I will feel an immediate improvement.

    Anybody want to offer his or her take on the hype?

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    its well documented here. try a search for pushed rp3 or somethin like that. i wanted to but things took a different course. if i still had my flux id push the shock and my talus rlc. may do the fork anyway when i have the lowers replaced.
    No, I'm NOT back!

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    it's an immediate and very noticeable improvement....you'll be suprised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbker1224
    He says that I will feel an immediate improvement.
    Let me help you weed through the vague references and miss spelled posts, and simplify this for you.


    YES!
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    Also, YES (esp up front).
    Whining is not a strategy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbker1224
    He says that I will feel an immediate improvement.
    He is correct.
    "The best you've ridden is the best you know" - Paul Thede, Race Tech

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbker1224
    A good riding buddy is urging me to have my shock PUSHED. He says that I will feel an immediate improvement.

    Anybody want to offer his or her take on the hype?
    I'll play devil's advocate and ask, what's wrong with the ride now (what needs to be improved)? I'd say the majority of people who've had shocks PUSHed are happy, but a few people (very few) didn't care for the post-PUSH ride.


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