The Ohlins SJ FSR Shock Absorber for 650b/29 provides the ultimate in low hysteresis damping performance for enduro riding & racing, whether it's in straight line or side load scenario, The Shock Absorber also features a three-way external adjust for high- and low-speed compression, as well as rebound, for total fine-tuning capability. The adjustment ranges are intuitive as well, with external adjustments for high-speed compression, low-speed compression, and rebound damping. Spring rates are also highly adjustable for all weights, effectively rounding out the shock as the complete enduro package. - It's the original gold standard for moto, and now, it's the gold standard for trail riding. - Upper eyelet pin reducer hardware specific for the MY16-18 SJ FSR. - Internal bladder features a motocross-inspired design, plucked ripe from the MX legends at Ohlins. - Ultra-fine spring rates ensure the perfect spring rate across all weights. This guarantees optimal performance for any setup. *Please note that springs are sold separately. - Designed for external adjustments for high- and low-speed compression, as well as rebound damping. - Compatible with Stumpjumper FSR and Rhyme FSR 650b and 29 (model year 2016-2018). - Uses specific Ohlins ultra lightweight steel springs. *Please note that springs are sold separately.
When Specialized teamed up with Öhlins, they created the benchmark in DH shock technology. The TTX sets the gold standard for mountain bike performance. It uses a motocross-inspired internal bladder damper for the ultimate in small bump compliance and big hit capability. It's infinitely tuneable thanks to high- and low-speed compression, as well as rebound damping controls. And, ultra-precise spring rates ensure proper setup for a huge range of rider weights (springs sold separately). • Custom length for Demo (2011-2014)
ShockWiz is a suspension tuning system for air-sprung mountain bikes that combines high-tech hardware with an intuitive smartphone app. Lightweight, durable and powered by a long-lasting coin cell battery, ShockWiz automatically records and evaluates suspension performance every time you ride. The ShockWiz app displays straightforward adjustments that unite bike, terrain and riding style. ShockWiz works for all mountain bike riders, regardless of their experience or bike’s intended use. With ShockWiz, you know exactly how your suspension is performing – and how to make it better. History ShockWiz was a Kickstarter project acquired by SRAM in 2016. SRAM’s data and digital technology brand, Quarq, brought ShockWiz to life. Engineers behind Quarq and RockShox, also part of the SRAM family, worked on the project. Technology The small, waterproof case houses a highly accurate pressure sensor and microprocessor. You connect it to your fork or shock’s Schrader valve and it samples air pressure 100 times-a-second while you ride. Finely tuned algorithms analyze the changes in pressure to detect undesirable characteristics such as pogo, pack-down or bob, and class their severity. If a characteristic is severe or persistent ShockWiz will determine the adjustment required to fix it – baseline air pressure, air spring ramp, rebound, compression – and display this in the smartphone app. The engineering principles behind ShockWiz were derived from thousands of hours of laboratory and on-bike tests. The tests verified that suspension displacement could be interpreted from changes in air pressure. ShockWiz’s algorithms came from detailed analysis of suspension data from all types of mountain bikes and terrain, and using a range of riders – from beginners to racers in the Enduro World Series and Mountain Bike World Cup. Who Is It For? ShockWiz is designed for all mountain bike riders, regardless of their riding style or how much suspension travel their bike has. It works on hardtail and dual suspension bikes, and for all levels of skill, speed and terrain. ShockWiz teaches novices basic suspension tuning concepts and adjustments. It shows experts how one adjustment can affect others and helps them learn advanced tuning concepts. Compatibility ShockWiz works with most air-sprung suspension forks and rear shocks. The fork or shock must have a positive chamber with a single volume. The ShockWiz app is compatible with most smartphones and tablets that feature Bluetooth Low Energy (formerly called Bluetooth Smart). Android devices require Jellybean 4.3 or newer and Apple devices require iOS 9 or newer. PROFILES – CREATION AND USE Quarq has launched a major upgrade to the free app that pairs with its ShockWiz suspension tuning hardware. You can save profiles of your bike, suspension, terrain and conditions, and automatically add settings, suggestions and a results snapshot.
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