DT Swiss EXC 150-15mm 2011 Forks

5/5 (1 Reviews)

Product Description

  • Hollow arch carbon lowers with magnesium dropouts
  • High performance launch control damping system
  • Travel: 150mm
  • Spring: Air, auto balancing spring system
  • Damping: Launch control, oil

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by vlad008 a Weekend Warrior from redwood city, CA, USA

Date Reviewed: February 3, 2011

Bottom Line:   
Excellent product

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DT EXC 150 on Mojo SL - fork tuning problem

Hi everyone, I've recently acquired a DT EXC 150 suspension fork for my Mojo SL, it appears to be very good in most respects but I feel I'm not getting the maximum out of the performance envelope. I've ridden quite a few forks but never owned one with compression and rebound adjust. I'm aro ... Read More »

Dt Suisse Exc 150- Service???

Any information on how to chance oil for a 2009 EXC 150?? ThanksRead More »

DT Swiss EXC 150 2008 20mm vs Rock Shox Revelation 426 Air U-Turn 20mm

I'm looking for a new fork to replace my nearly dead FOX TALAS RLC I miss the 20mm axle, so I'm going back :) Right now I have those 2 forks in sight DT Swiss EXC 150 2008 IS Mount - 150mm Black - 20mm Axle [url]http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/Models.aspx?ModelID=24484[/url] Rock Shox ... Read More »

DT Swiss EXC 150 or Magura Thor?

Hey Pastajet or anyone elese, how does either compare side by side? Been thinking/reading hard on both forks, and they seem on paper, rather exceptional forks. I am thinking either on a 5" bike for epic trail riding but no big jumps/hucking here in NorCal. Cost isn't an issue, but performa ... Read More »

Fox Float 36 or DT Swiss EXC 150 for 28lb Moto?

I have a 28.5 lb moto that I'm trying to make a little lighter. I've already swapped the cranks to 180mm 1x9 setup Wheels, tires, and most of the cockpit area. The forks are a 3.6lb DT Swiss 150mm at 1 1/8 so I'd need a headset reducer or the 4.7lb Fox float with a 1.5" steerer tube and 16 ... Read More »

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