NEW PRICE...SAME PERFORMANCE...$47.50 + shipping:
PVC chamber with an universal screw on Schrader fitting.
Simple...no modification...bolt on performance!
1. Install the chamber with the included brackets,
2. Remove your Schrader valve core,
3. Screw on the adapter,
4. Connect the tubing to the chamber
5. Air it up and go.
HERE'S WHAT THE KIT CONTAINS:
1. PVC AIR CHAMBER,
2. SCREW ON UNIVERSAL SCHRADER VALVE FITTING,
3. STRONG, LIGHTWEIGHT, EASY TO CONNECT AIR TUBING,
4. TWO 90 DEGREE TUBE FITTINGS TO ELIMINATE BOTTLE BRACKET TUBING LOOP KINKS,
5. A MOUNTING KIT THAT ALLOWS YOU TO MOUNT THE CHAMBER TO YOUR 27mm
SEAT POST OR TO YOUR WATER BOTTLE BRACKET MOUNTING HOLES
|Here are some of our customer's
Simon Johnston from Canberra Australian Capital Territory, Australia wrote: "I took the bike out yesterday... I have always had trouble getting full travel out of my forks. They ramp up too much for me. Once I flicked the switch (Simon was using a stop valve for a testing comparison), my riding style over rough stuff changed from "hang on" to "pick a line, maybe change it, do anything I like". All of a sudden the fork could react quickly enough and I could actually steer the bike! I thought that I would notice changes in the small bump sensitivity (which I did not want changed). Maybe there is a difference, but I couldn't pick it."
Brian "Gram" Mullin President, Gramslightbikes Colorado Springs, CO wrote: "I got it on Friday and hooked it up Sunday morning. I put in the usual 65 lbs of pressure and went out for a ride. Wow very nice. Its much more linear and goes much deeper. I never noticed any harshness anywhere in the travel. I was getting a bit to much sag so I bumped it up to almost 70 lbs. It took me most of my ride to get used to that much travel. I had to really change the way I ride my bike since it was like I was riding a different shock. Towards the end of the ride I was really liking that monster travel fork that it had become. It's amazing how much difference the pressure can make the shock act. To little air and you will bottom it right out with body weight. To much air and it becomes a pretty stout beast."
Davide Verotta from San Francisco, CA wrote: "I have nothing but prise for the product. It give a beautiful linear feeling
to the fork, and sharp/high speed bump compliance is just way better."