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  • treky92
    *****

    This is a great shock as I have used it. I have ridden on one a few different times on different styles of bikes. It is very smooth over little bumps, but I have not hit any types of big drops to test the big hit ability.

    Pros
    Plush, easy installation. smooth

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  • dozzerboy
    *****

    This is the best rear shock I have ever used. The propedal feature is spot on too. Easy to setup and plush is the key to this shock. Worth every penny.

    Pros
    Weight
    Plush
    Easy to setup
    Pro pedal

    Cons
    None

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  • bikeit420   ✓ supporter
    *****

    This is the perfect xc shock. Upgraded my frame and this came on it. Love this shock. Good with the small bumps and the big hits.

    Pros
    Pro pedal is awesome. Takes the big hits and is stiff on the climbs. Smooth action and is air adjustable. Lock out can be worked on the fly.

    Cons
    none

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  • inbody06
    *****

    the pro pedal is amazing , fox rocks!

    Pros
    easy to use,easy set up,pro pedal

    Cons
    only comes in one color

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  • Crowbar12
    *****

    Come on..what can i say that has not been said before about this shock. It is simply one of the best ever designed and due to become a hall of fame alumni.

    Pros
    Light weight
    Easy access to levers
    Tuning parameters

    Cons
    NONE

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  • DB4LYall
    ****

    Pros
    Good shock for the price. The 3 are great for change of trail but could wipe out trying to find it.

    Cons
    Little change with switch

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  • jbelmont
    ****

    Industry standard shock. What all other shocks are judged against.

    Pros
    Light and an industry standard.

    Cons
    Sometimes the damping seems over whelmed. Rebound can sometimes be unpredictable during long runs.

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  • Ben_Jones
    *****

    Best rear shock for most riders.

    Pros
    Light, easy to set up, idiot proof controls. I've ridden them on everything from 100-160mm travel bikes and it's felt at home on them all. Really a great rear shock.

    Cons
    If anything the bottom out feature on the DHX Air is nice... but really not necessary for most riders.

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  • Greg Heil   ✓ supporter
    *****

    This shock basically offers the same amazing performance of it's cheaper Float R brother, but with increased travel adjustability including full lock out. This lockout feature is so useful to have at your disposal, so if you can afford it, get this shock. Otherwise if you're on a budget, get the Float R.

    Pros
    Amazing performance!

    Cons
    The price.

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  • dubinjs
    *****

    performs extremely well on my Diamondback mission Three with the Knuckle Box. Eats up the trail like there is nothing under me. The pro pedal feature is great for heading up the climbs and on the flats.

    Pros
    everything. This is a terrific component. easily adjusted and lots of cussion on the trails

    Cons
    needs a pro pedal remote system for easy on the fly engagement

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  • extremo
    *****

    Although very pricey, this shock is deffinately worth it. Has awsome tuning options and the pro pedal feature really makes a difference out on the trail :)

    Pros
    performs extremely well

    Cons
    price

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  • Suvacrew
    *****

    When you mate this to a properly set-up fork...it's just hands down the best rear shock on the market for XC/AM. Flip the Pro-Pedal on for the climb or technical fun and then flip it off for a full open long travel descent. It helps my bike be all that it can be.

    Pros
    Awesome when custom tuned to the frame geometry and travel. The preferred platform shock on a VPP linkage.

    Cons
    Huh? Won't work on a hardtail.

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  • bstill30
    *****

    If you want a bump absorbing, easy operating rear shock, buy this one.

    Pros
    Easy to set up and works great on my trail bike. The propedal makes quick on the trail adjustments a snap.

    Cons
    None.

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  • bikeit420   ✓ supporter
    *****

    Great for all riding but freeride and all out downhill. Love this shock mounted on a Rocky Mountain ETSX-70.

    Pros
    In the Pro-pedel mode it is great. Firm on the uphills and still takes the big hits downhill if you forget to switch. I have ridden with it in Pro-pedal mode the whole ride and barely noticed. Very adjustable

    Cons
    Lever is somewhat small.

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  • Syd Patricio
    *****

    I recommend this shock for anyone who is upgrading there rear shock. However if your into freeriding or big jumps maybe the DHX is the one for you. This is a good improvement over the RP3 of a few years back.

    Pros
    Greatly adjustable, once setup this rear shock works great. Using the pro-pedal and the adjustable levels work great for almost all types of riding. It offers great feel for the road.

    Cons
    Can be pricy which limits some peoples choices. Pro-pedal lever could have been a bit larger.

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  • JAMIS-JUNKIE
    *****

    I reccomend it to anyone who has back problems but still just loves to ride!

    Pros
    Helps to absorb those punishing blows to your lower back and spine. Has the ProPedal feature that helps on the uphills. Very easy to adjust.

    Cons
    Expensive!! But worth every red cent.

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