Ehhh...the debate continues to rage on this one. Currently there are only 2 confirmed coil shocks put on the 05/06 Enduros. One is the 5th element from progressive with a remote piggyback. The cranecreek double barrel is the other, but I'm not sure it has actually been released to the public plus it is major $$$.freerider167 said:pretty much any coil without a resivor like a 3 way or vanilla r. maybe an AVY, but a canecreek is suppose to fit
A Fox RC piggyback shock should fit easily if I'm seeing this correctly. Here's a pic of a DHX coil, a 5th coi, and an RC. All 3 of these shocks are equally moved to the left of the pic, or the piggyback end of the shock. The RC's piggyback is dwarfed by the DHX both in diameter and length. Having sized this DHX to an Enduro we have at the shop, I'd say the RC will fit easily...and you don't have to worry about accessing a schrader valve. The big problem is where will you get that oddball size RC shock to fit the Enduro?...or any other brand of shock? The 8.75 X 2.50 DHX is a non-standard size. I'm not saying you can't find one, it just makes things a little harder. I wish Specialized would get off this kick of proprietary crap. Anyway, a PUSHED Fox RC might be pretty nice. Personally I've found two of my older Enduro models did quite well without a stable platform shock.dougj said:I am going to by a 2006 Enduro elite and wondered if a Fox vanilla or other coil shock would fit. I just don't know if the stock air shock, DHX4.0 will be able to handle drops with a 205 lb person without blowing seals.