The biggest thing is to make sure the shock is tuned for the bike.
So how does one get that info?denjen said:The biggest thing is to make sure the shock is tuned for the bike.
He could get it fitted with the MX tune, adding external Hi/Lo speed compression.denjen said:Yes, I would send it to Push with all of the info they ask for. If you go with the Vanilla R be very honest with the answers, with no external adjustments you cant fine tune it.With that said, I read somewhere where suspension tuners like the Van R because of its simplicity.
That is a great option. He would have $450 into the shock at that point though. If you go with the MX tune, you may want to look for a used shock to save some money. Push completely guts the shock and puts their stuff back in so you really only need the shock body anyway.mattsavage said:He could get it fitted with the MX tune, adding external Hi/Lo speed compression.