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Obviously, that's used to control both front and rear shocks, but while I thought it was a gimmick at first, it's a great improvement on long distance rides. I now find myself changing between the 3 positions pretty often. I am seeking the balance between efficiency AND comfort. I have my best time yet on my usual 24 mile course (with about 3500 feet of vertical) and all in comfort.
I want to change my fork - but still want to use the Twin Loc.
What are my options for something really light?
Running: Tapered, 15mm front axle - looking for 100mm of xc travel, at a super light weight.
RockShox says that I need to contact Scott to get the right damper.
I want a rockshox - but now am baffled.
Has anyone else tried to change the fork on their Scott Spark 900s, YET retain the Twinloc found on the Spark 930 and above?
According to RockShox, changing forks using a Scott Twinloc system is actually simple.
The RockShox 2012-2014 Reba and SID (example: SID World Cup) are the only forks that can be made Twinloc compatible.
After purchasing your RockShox, your local bike shop can purchase part # 11.4015.559.020 from SRAM, unthread the original compression damper, and thread the new one in.
The rumors were right: RockShox customer service is excellent.
While speaking with a tech at Fox, 2 people didn't know the answer, and I still do not have an answer from Fox (short of asking me to contact Scott directly).
Bottom line: RockShox customer service is still second to none.
Hope someone else can use this info.
More efficient (no bobbing)
Quick release - one switch / 2 shocks - I really like the difference
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