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There are 5 settings of the ECC5, right?
At the lock-out position, the fork drops to the bottom and stays there.
At the original position, the fork rebounds rapidly to its original position.
I am asking how does the bike geometry be changed (fork extension / height) in the intermediate settings i.e. 2,3 and 4.
In these settings, will the fork rebound to the initial position (85mm / 105mm) at different rates?
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Will the fork will stay at certain height somewhere in between the two extreme positions (bottom / top)?
Thx for advice.
 

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In the 2, 3, and 4 position the fork rebounds slower back to its initial height. The 4 position it rebounds pretty close to the same speed as the 5 position. The 3 and 2 positions are really slower than 4 and 5.
 
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