Curnutt AIR Shock – The Curnutt AIR is designed around Foes popular 2:1 leverage ratio and features technology not found on traditional air shocks. With Curnutt’s unique extra large air chamber, you can run a lower psi than the competition. Besides being easier to pump to on the trail, lower pressures promote small bump performance and increase traction. Although enjoying a weight benefit from the lack of a steel or titanium spring is definitely a plus – you can save a pound in weight over a titanium shod Curnutt coilover - the 2:1 Curnutt Air has the added benefit of flowing much more fluid than other shocks. This prevents damping fluctuations due to temperature shifts, and allows more precision in external damping and rebound adjustabilities. Simply put, the Curnutt 2:1 AIR is at the pinnacle of air shock damping performance and technologies, and is available only on Foes.
from san diego CA
Date Reviewed: October 20, 2008
Strengths: it moves
Weaknesses: worst shock i have ever had feels like crap rides like crap is crap always bottoms out sticks like a sucktion cup please don't buy a wast of money sent it back to foes they said it was fine but it leaks air and all they did is replace the crapy decals that fall off after 3 seconds
this pisses me off because i spent so much on this bike and it feels like crap in the rear can't even take a downhill run without it loosing air should not be considered a fly with this rear shock, hope to replace it with a fox or a currnet coil but at this point i do not trust foes made the wrong desision of buying this shock never by one they SSSUUUUCCCKKK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Last week I[URL="http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=723238"] rebuilt the Curnutt XTD Coil [/URL] and it worked out great.
[URL="http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=724331"]This week I am rebuilding the Curnutt Air.[/URL] Thus far the results are good, but I will be rebuilding it again wi ... Read More »
After a few short rides on my new 2:1 4x I decided that the suspension works kinda weird, so I went down to check the pressure and such.
The main air chamber pressure was quite fine, at 50PSI which is okay for my weight (around 60kg in all gear), but the bottoming control chambe ... Read More »
Rather strangely I have one for sale, although I've never owned the bike to go with it.
Someone was supposed to be getting me a spring for my FXR but sent me this air shock instead and tried to fob me by saying it would fit.
Anyway, this air Curnutt is one of the early ones with adustable ey ... Read More »