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jrlastofthebreed

Air Pro

After looking at doing springs and revaluing my forks, then dealing with stiffer suspension in the summer, I went cheeper route and got the Airpro and i have to say i like it!. I put 20 psi and left if for a few days in the cold and it help pressure. Riding im running between 5 to 10 psi (still looking for the perfect spot but honestly thats just splitting hairs) The downside is with higher pressure adds more ski pressure so handling on the road is not so good. But i just stop and dump the air and im good to go. Ive done a few jumps and drops (nothing over 5 foot) and one jump i landed nose first and went over the bars and havn't bottomed out. Probably not as good as springs but good enough for me!

PS i heard of people loosing air pressure in the cold and i have to say it hasn't happened to me. ive ridden a few days at 0 to 20 degrees F no problems. I would however recommend seal savers or shock socks to help protect the seals. 

 

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