They do look pretty bling! Only done 23kms on them (this arvo) and I can’t seem to get them to stop feeling harsh/firm. Need to do a good amount of googling and tinkering.The forks look awesome!
Will post up some pics tomorrow. It was a good exercise.Close up pics of the cable routing, entry and exit points would be much appreciated .
They probably need the bushings reamed.They do look pretty bling! Only done 23kms on them (this arvo) and I can’t seem to get them to stop feeling harsh/firm. Need to do a good amount of googling and tinkering.
Will post up some pics tomorrow. It was a good exercise.
Thankyou for the tip! I am keen to have a look.Every new fork I've had in the last 3 years has had tight bushings, too much grease and not enough lube. Thus every new fork gets sent off to Mtb Suspension Centre for their blueprint service to have all of this sorted.
If the Helm is coming out of the same factories in Taiwan as Fox/RS/Everyone then they are likely to have the same issue.
The alternative is to drop lowers to check grease/lube levels. Ride 10 hours to break in and then service.
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I purchased some from Clark rubber the other day, just need to put them on.^Tidy, that cleans up the appearance of the bike a lot.
Put some rubber grommets in there and call it done.
No issues after ride 1. I am not expecting and feel pretty confident about that. The bottom bracket has a lot of support so I don’t think the holes do much to weaken it enough to worry about. Same goes for the headtube.So no issues with structural integrity? Looks awesome.
Each to there own. I personally love the look of it and it doesn’t fuss me for maintenance either. I never have the need to remove any of the hoses or the gear cable casing from the frame.As nice as internal routing looks, I still can’t get past how annoying it is
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