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Cane Creek Double Barrel Coil IL CS Shock

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SKU: CCDBCLILCS
RRP: $650.00
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bike transformation

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This shock has transformed my DMR SLED into a mini dh bike with amazing grip. I was at first a bit underwhelmed coming from a monarch plus but once i got used to the increased grip its awsome. So much faster and its now a true mini dh bike. The frame is very efficient to pedal and it hasnt lost any efficiency on the flats/climbs. If anything the increased grip and overall smoothness means it climbs tech even better than the air shock did. I never had to use the climb switch on the air shock and thats still the case with the coil. Given the more linear nature of a coil i was worried about the progression but my frame has a good amount of ramp up and the high speed compression abjustment has bridgrd the gap perfectly. You have 4.5 turns of hsc adjustment and i only use 3.5 and im a fairly aggressive heavyish rider. All in all THE BEST $600 IVE EVER SPENT ON ANY BIKE!! .....5 stars for sure

Plush shock, increased composure and traction

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CCDB IL Coil CS installed on 2016 Giant Reign. Improved traction and composure at speed and in rough terrain. Almost as light as the RS Monarch Debonair, thus minimum weight penalty when installed with the CC VALT spring. Spring weight would recommend going 50lbs above recommendation from spring calculator - depends on riding style though. Looks great on the bike.

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