I did a search and couldn't find the info... is Knolly in the process of updated the V-tach like they did to the DT?? or is the V-tach going to go away now that the Podium is here and the DT is a bit more versatile?
Is the VTach lacking of suppleness ? I've ordered a Podium and one of my main criteria is comfort and plushness...I know that Podium is race oriented but I hope I won't be disappointed...GaryM said:I love my v-tach but I think there's room for improvement/modernization there. Tweak the linkage a bit for a little more supple suspension and drop a pound or so off the frame and I'd buy another one. I'm not quite sure I want to go to the full on DH race setup podium but something a little racier with the v-tach adjustability sounds good. I imagine the guys are a little swamped with what they already have on the go though.
Mine certainly isn't lacking any suppleness. The V-Tach is PLUSH. I can't imagine the Podium not being plush.Septentrion said:Is the VTach lacking of suppleness ? I've ordered a Podium and one of my main criteria is comfort and plushness...I know that Podium is race oriented but I hope I won't be disappointed...
Does the Push tune still provide a stable pedaling platform? One of the things I've always liked about the V-tach, is it barely bobs at all pedaling around XC or uphill. If the Push tune makes it more plush, that usually means your losing out on some of the initial pedal force induced shock resistance (did that make sense )GaryM said:I'm running a Push Factory tuned Vivid...doesn't get much more plush than that. It's miles ahead of the stock vivid or the rocco WC I have run on it.