I post too much.
I was just throwing the idea out there. Imagine the stiffness of a 40mm stanchion'd street shredding fork.
It has bottom out control, unlike the pike, has a crazy range of adjustments. Were it possible to re-machine the whole cartridge damper to size, lop off the springs and all, I think you could achieve decent weight. Put some stiff springs in there and I actually think it would feel right.cummings said:Hmmm, that sounds fairly sick. but i think it would be overkill and too heavy. But maybe if you were breaking forks it'd be good. also not sure if the totem would feel right.
Feel free to post a few pics when you do get it. I'd love to see it.Whafe said:All I know is that my Totem is going to look hot when it returns from the Powder Coaters, seeing as though the RS website says the Totem 2 Step comes in black, when in fact it doesnt....Will look the ducks nuts strapped onto my Nicolai..... Not long to go now.....
You must say though, that thing would be so damn stiff.Evil4bc said:That fork would be too big for any normal bike , one of the Ventanna guys had one on his bike and it was to say the least "stupid huge " even at 6.5-7 or what ever they come with stock .
the Totem makes the 66 look small, if that gives any perspective. Z1's have the same stanchion dia. as the DJ series, 32mm, pretty common size for all susp. forks...dirtyharry said:I'd ride one . . . but I'm just stupid like that.
If the 66's are so big, I'm guessing the Z1's aren't, as a lot of people use modded ones that brad's had some time with . . .