It would be very different, they say they revalve the main piston, so right there a good change, but they completely get rid of the propedal internals and put a high/low compression adjuster in it's place. You can get a much better tradeoff than with propedal. As far as bottomout, it's a function of the bumper, the reservior pressure, and your leverage rate. One of the issues with the DHX is that it tends to spike a bit at high speed, this is caused by the restriction of the propedal valve.Uncle Six Pack said:I am curious if anyone has experiences to share with the Avalanche high/low speed compression adjust for DHX 5.
I am riding the SX Trail version (2008) that has no air pressure adjustment (nitrogen charged). I run with no propedal 99% of the time and keep the bottom-out backed out most of the way (-).
I guess my issue is that I am not really happy with either propedal or bottom-out.... would the avalanche kit give me better tuning options, or is it really just the same stuff with a different name?