Its a BOS Stoy, http://www.tftunedshox.com/bos-rear-shock/. So far it looking to be a bloody good shock from speaking to people I know with one. Do let us know how it works on your V-10 NickShepherd.William42 said:what kind of shock is that.... i've never heard of "stoy"
it looks kinda like a bos? or a roco?
I only know that TFTuned here in the UK (BOS importers) take all the Stoys they sell apart and chamfer the sealhead to make the oil flow smoother, which kills the noise. Whether its worth doing that on a shock you already have depend on if it annoys you I guess. No idea of cost, would depend who did it. Who imports BOS into the US?NickShepherd said:I don't know if I did. If I where to guess I would say no. Is this worth doing and If so how much would it cost?
From the SC site:Banshee Rider said:Word is that running an LG1 on the new V10 voids warrentee.
While the ISCG mounts have holes in the right places, they are designed to mount a CHAIN GUIDE, and not a BASH GUARD. If you smack your taco guard hard enough, it can break off the ISCG mount. Please bear in mind that ISCG stands for "International Standard, Chain Guide." We'd have designed it differently if we were trying to comply with ISBG (International Standard, Bash Guard), but there's no such thing as that. Specifically, the new E-thirteen LG1(with taco option) and MRP G2 are not recommended, and will void the warranty on your frame.
yah, no problem - the amount of force required to cinch down a bottom bracket is more then enough to keep that piece in place. My glory has ISCG mounts of some sort, but they're way off, and so really its "it happens to have 3 bolt holes in random places." So I have to run one of those, but their positioning is the same interference you would have with real ISCG. Call e13 and they'll get you sorted.Resident Alien said: