You mean buying new springs, as opposed to adding/removing a bit of air?I've run a few different coils on my rune, i find them much easier to set up than air. I would like to try a topaz but can't see myself changing from the coil. Traction on rough climbs is amazing.
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New baby (lots of lonely hours in the middle of the night dreaming of riding), everyone moving to boost, and facebook buy, sell groups created the perfect hoarding storm.I've got a Fox 36 factory rc2, Dvo diamond, Mattoc pro2 irt, Pike rct3, Super Yari possibly with Avy cartridge, and X fusion vengeance hlr coil. They're split between 27.5 and 29 wheels and different styles of bike (dw-link, horst, hardtail).
Fuck me. I thought i was bad....
Haha. Yeah i can relate, got two little ones myself and do the exactly the same when i don't have time to ride.New baby (lots of lonely hours in the middle of the night dreaming of riding), everyone moving to boost, and facebook buy, sell groups created the perfect hoarding storm.
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Dog speaks the truth. His Reign was the reason I changed, took one ride.Coil is king.
Have run coils on two trail/wankduro bikes, Devinci Dixon and Reign.
The overall performance was light years ahead over the air shocks.
Small bump was amazing, so heaps of traction everywhere, climbing and descending.
Consistency was unparalleled. No spiking or wallowing anywhere in the travel. Just smooth and predictable.
Maybe a little less efficient overall for trail riding, but good setup can address that.
Just waiting for a good deal on a DB Inline coil so I can put one on my Optic.