Cane Creek Double Barrel Air Rear Shock

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Product Description

Twin-tube damping for unparalleled small bump sensitivity and adjustability. Precision-machined parts for maximum performance and reliability. Auto-adjust negative air spring. Four-way independent adjustability. Tunable Air Volume.

Cane Creek Double Barrel Air Pro Review

The DBair is the best All-Mountain air sprung rear shock I have used, and it provides incredible plushness and ride composure on any terrain, especially in the gnar. The alterable air volume and four-way independent adjustability make for a massive amount of tuning capabilities, allowing great control over the characteristics of the shock’s interaction between the bike, rider and terrain. I would have liked some sort of pedal platform and low-speed hand adjustable knobs, but that is some minor nitpicking, and has nothing to do with the performance of the shock. Continue reading →

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by jennifer012904 a All Mountain Rider

Date Reviewed: September 30, 2013

Strengths:    fully adjustable and climbing switch I have the DBAirCS model

Weaknesses:    None I can see so far.

Bottom Line:   
This was an upgrade over a Fox RL 7.50X2.0" and switched to a 7.785X2.25"

It is a remarkable shock. Fully adjustable and is simply incredible.. The Climb switch of the DBair CS works. It simply works..

Not sure of durability as yet as I have only had it for 2 weeks.. It has changed the way I ride as now my top speeds are faster then ever.. the small and large bump compliance is amazing..

This should come stock on all bikes!!!!!!!!!

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Price Paid:    $620.00

Similar Products Used:   Fox RL 7.50X2.0, Rockshox monarch RTL 6.5X2.0

Bike Setup:   GT Sensor 29R expert size LG 2011

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Vivid Air vs Float X CTD vs. Monarch Plus DebonAir vs. Double Barrel Air CS?

Okay, so the DB Air is a bit more advanced AND expensive than the other two but I'd like to see how it compares to the Vivid, X and Plus of the other two shock players. I've got an X now and it seems just okay, nothing outstanding. Its the stock shock on the Mach 6. The suspension on this frame ... Read More »

Monarch Debonair vs Cane Creek Double Barrel Air/Inline

What are the main differences between these shocks? Is it mainly just the 4-Way Tuning ability of the Cane Creek products?Read More »

Tracer VP (1st gen) with Cane Creek Double Barrel Air?

the Cane Creek site did not list not list the DB Air as option for Tracer VP. Only the Coil in 7.87 in x 2.25 in (200 mm x 57 mm). Does anyone know if the DB Air will fit? Thanks,Read More »

SB66c with a Cane Creek Double Barrel Air?

I just ordered one of the closeout SB66c's from backcountry. I have a CCDBa on my Nomad that I was planning on swapping over. Does anybody have any experience with this combo? Should I leave the XV can on the shock, or switch out to the lower volume can? Does anybody have a base tune sug ... Read More »

CCDB AIR, AKA Cane Creek Double Barrel air. So close.......

Pulled my CCDB air apart yesterday. This is on a 2014 S-Works Enduro 29 with about 15 hours on the shock. Very new. The main reason I am in the shock, is that I started loosing air pressure on my last 2 rides. Dunk tank showed no air bubbles, so I was curious even more. Initial impression of t ... Read More »

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