That's because it's so good that it leaves people speechless. I think you should ride one.Jaybo said:I'm not hearing guys gush on the new DW Link.
Sweet............I can't wait ! :thumbsup: TIG.jncarpenter said:Yup, any comments at this point would simply find me gushing. I'll reserve my collective thoughts until I have had ample time to fairly evaluate (I have 2.5 years on the tnt sultan)...however, there is just no comparison to Sultan v.1.
Sultan v.2 is heads & shoulders above v.1...yes, it is that dramatic a difference (this sums it up...no need to read further!).
Here are a couple stand out characteristics:
-V.2 feels bottomless in it's travel...nearly the complete opposite of v.1
-I have been riding mine with 40% sag and the traction seems incredible on most rough chop...yet no bottomout issues (yet). High speed choppy corners are just amazing...no hopping in the rear at all...just stays glued.
-V.2 lateral stiffness is so much better is is literal comical (I lol'd )
It's real soon to weigh in with a verdict since durability is a major consideration & I have only a few rides...but the performance advantages alone on the new design are staggering. Keep in mind that the new sultan did add nearly an inch of travel & I am sure this is helping a bit, but this is truly a bike you need to test ride to appreciate.
...now if you're interested in a TNT Sultan in large, I might be able to help you out!
After having four people spend time on the D W bike coming from previous Turners and other brands everyone has been very, very pleased.:thumbsup: Have also had twelve different people very impressed after several hours on the bike bikes after a shop, demo. No one has had an unwordly experience that I'm aware of though. If thats what you need, you may need something other then a new bike. Just a thought.Jaybo said:I'm not hearing guys gush on the new DW Link. The new design had better cause unworldy experience for me to pull the card out and drop 2.4k down.