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Is anyone riding with the link in the more relaxed mode? I flipped mine about a week ago and I don't think I will ever put it back. The small ammount of BB height loss has not caused me any more pedal-strike than I suffered before and I don't really feel that the climbability was noticibly affected either. What I do notice is the DH is much more enjoyable and quicker. Comments??
 

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Re - Enduro with Flip/Flop flipped?

i also ride with the flipflop link in the lower bb hieght on my 02 enduro. I don't usally clip my pedals but a recent trip to Scotland where the going was very rocky(i'm talkin a foot in hieght} i was caught out a few times and could'nt keep up with my mate who was on a marin wolfridge with lots of bb hieght. So i guess it depends on what terrain your riding. But i agree with you on the dh where you don't have to pedal so much the performance is much better and my enduro eats it all up
 

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I recently flipped it to the higher mode, and do actually notivce less pedal strike (perhaps my rear shock is setup stiffer than yours or something)

Havent noticed any lack of performacne anywhere else
 

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I recently flipped it to the higher mode, and do actually notivce less pedal strike (perhaps my rear shock is setup stiffer than yours or something)

Havent noticed any lack of performacne anywhere else
i'm running about 180psi in rear shock and weigh about 13 stone. I think the advantage of running lower bb hieght is it allows me to hit corners harder
 
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