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Who needs the DW DHR. My obsolete DHR got a face lift and some freshening up. Everything should transfer over to the DW in a year or so when they make production. ;)





hope to get some action this weekend, right before the rain starts for the next month. :rolleyes:
 

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here's a pic of how it stood 2 weeks ago.



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Semi Gloss Black PC from Olympic PowderCoating
CCDB rebuilt with 2010 DHR Tune and new hardware
2010 Boxxer Team
Mavic 823's on Hope Pro II's
Truvativ Holzfeller Cranks and BB
Saint Brakes
Saint RD (X9 pictured, waiting for it to die, hopefully this weekend)
 

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Hard to be mad at new components, but that old paint job was pretty fukkin unstoppable.

Thinkin about hitting Stunt this afternoon, you in?
 

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Does cane creek offer a specific dhr tune that is different than stock?

I too like your older paint job; smoke gray. I had turner/olympic paint my '04 5 spot that color last year. Not that the new color sucks or anything!
 

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CCDB tunes the shock to each specific bike and they updated the internals for 2010, so it's a new tune specific to the DHR but they don't tune the shock to a specific rider like Push would do.

I liked the Iron Glimmer Gray a lot, too, I just wanted something different. May go back to that color for the DW DHR but this semi black looks really nice in person.

DB, don't think i can make stunt today but thanks for the invite!
 

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2w4s said:
CCDB tunes the shock to each specific bike and they updated the internals for 2010, so it's a new tune specific to the DHR but they don't tune the shock to a specific rider like Push would do.
Okay, so if I understand you correctly, CC tunes the external adjusters to recommended settings, but inside the shock it's still a standard built ccdb [with the new parabolic needles and such]?
 

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that's correct. it's my understanding that each CCDB is valved specific to the leverage curve of each bike, too. somebody correct me if that's not right.
 

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2w4s said:
that's correct. it's my understanding that each CCDB is valved specific to the leverage curve of each bike, too. somebody correct me if that's not right.
Unless they have recently changed things...that is incorrect.
 
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