I'm in Australia for the next few weeks, back to Whistler shortly though.what country would that be???
So Steve can we send our stuff to you?
Speak to Brad at Tekin (www.tekin.bike) for Vorsprung-related stuff you need, he knows what's up and makes sure his customers are well looked after.
Might have an answer for you tomorrow! What model?Interested to know how one of these would go on my rocky..
Glad to hear you're liking it! Don't be afraid to run it with a little more sag than you had before - as you noted, one of the best things about it is that it allows you to change the air pressure quite substantially without going from way too soft to excessively harsh in the space of 5psi.Excellent customer service indeed, I took it in to him this morning on my way to work and he installed the missing o-ring and put everything together on the spot!
I'd have to say, this thing is amazing - it really does feel like a coil spring! The plushness/lack of stiction in the first part of the stroke is infinitely better than with the old air sleeve and it seems to hold up well in the mid stroke and ramp up at the end is as it should be. Can't wait to get it on the trail. It does need a lot more pressure to get the same amount of sag as mentioned; I went from 180PSI to 250. The amazing thing is that it doesn't matter how much air you put in it, that soft, buttery feel in the first part of the travel stays the same, rather than ramping up to a rock-hard uber linear pogo-stick like it used too...