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#4 out of 54 Rear Shocks
Brand: Cane Creek



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  • GTXC4
    *****

    This shock is amazing. Love it over the Fox Float that came on the Yeti SB66. This shock outperforms by a long-shot. I was told that the Fox was better for small bump. I didn't notice the DB Air working until I looked down and watched it over small bumps, sticks, etc. Takes big hits like a BOSS! This stays on the bike and I also had the black coating added on by the guys at Cane Creek. Their service was outstanding and the turn around was quick.

    Pros
    Small bump compliance, takes big hits, range of adjustments, look

    Cons
    None, weight to some I suppose

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  • jhart94949
    *****

    AWESOME shock, very adjustable.

    Pros
    Smooth, reliable, very adjustable.

    Cons
    finding a local place that can service my shock

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  • macr88
    *****

    I don't know if this damper would be better than the Rockshox vivid air R2C just because how good my Rockshox Lyric is but I'm most definitely happy with it though.

    Pros
    Great damping, smooth action, adjustability and will make you faster.

    Cons
    Mine was shipped with a poor bleed.
    Edit, it's not a bleed issue but more of a function of the negative spring that I thought was a bad bleed.

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  • Syd Patricio

    This is by far my favorite rear shock on the market today. It works so incredibly well on everything you toss at it. Going up or down now is the best it can be. The climb switch does work as designed and does change dampening rates both in compression and rebound on the climbs. Improving rear wheel grip while climbing.

    Pros
    Super light weight for its class of rear shock.
    Super adjustable.
    The XV CS version is a game changer as far as dampening control on the climbs.

    Cons
    none

    But a remote would be great when it becomes available.

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