The Blur and Blur LT shocks rank in our top 5 most common shocks in for tuning.It seems no-one has had a Float pushed on a Blur
I have a Blur with a Float R w/ AVA that I had Pushed. BEST upgrade that I've done to that bike! Climbs better with the stable patform and the valving is such that it rides more plush too! I wouldn't think you could have the best of both worlds but with the PUSH internals you CAN! DO IT!PeterThomas said:It seems no-one has had a Float pushed on a Blur, so lets take it from a different tack - has anyone had their shock Pushed and *not* liked it?
What would you do in the case of a 2003 GT Ruckus I-drive? I have a Fox Vanilla RC, I haven't figured out how to tune it completely, since I have some bounce when I go over bumps. How would it get tuned that my question, in terms of the platform upgrade or the Works upgrade.PUSHIND said:No, due to the mechanical efficiency that the design offers. We also build the shock with a VPP specific valve characteristic to compliment the frame in the bumps.
PUSHIND said:The Blur and Blur LT shocks rank in our top 5 most common shocks in for tuning.
drjos, as for your shock, yes we do struggle with the Ventana applications when using the stock air sleeve. The Ventana frames have very high starting leverage rates which easily over power base Propedal settings. The problem is when we increase the Propedal settings it effects the frames ability to get full travel. This is easily remedied by installing a high volume air sleeve which allows us to get you both characteristics. Firm Propedal settings to help with the "bob" and a much more linear air spring to allow the shock to still get full stroke.
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