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Bikeyoke Shock Pump - 500 PSI

Bikeyoke Shock Pump - 500 PSI

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This high-pressure shock pump from BikeYoke goes up to an impressive 500psi, making it ideal for shocks that require a whole lot of pressure. Also works great on forks and dropper posts.

Who's this item for: If you own a shock, fork, or dropper seatpost then this pump is for you.

Materials: High-quality aluminium body can handle extra high pressures up to 500psi.

Gauge type: This pump uses an analogue gauge with readings in both PSI and BAR.

Rated pressure: The pump has a max pressure of an astounding 500psi

Pump head type: A handy two-step valve prevents air loss when disconnecting from dropper, fork or shock.

Air Bleed Valve: An air release button allows for precise pressure reduction.

Additional Features: Long stroke design for less pump effort

Recommended pressures for BikeYoke droppers:
  • Revive and Revive Max: 250psi (maximum pressure = 260psi)
  • Divine and Divine SL: 300psi (maximum pressure = 350psi)

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  • Nathan S.
    I recommend this product
    Rated 4 stars
    1 year ago
    Great high pressure shock pump

    The two stage head is a great option for riders who require higher pressures in rear shocks. Prevents a lot of the loss of pressure when disconnecting. Not as good for lower pressures, under 200 as the gauge has the increments in 10's closer together. So far it's been a great pump and easy to adjust up and down and attach and detach from my suspension.

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