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Old 10-23-04, 05:00 AM   #1
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man this thing is awesome. I have a question though. on the back of the rear shock there is a twist dial that shows slower if you turn it a certain way. whats this for?. Cobblestone ( the LBS I got it at )has decided not to carry Devvincci this year due to the problems of 04. If they had not already purchased this Guzzler before they were forced to not sell them in the States I would not be the proud owner of this Devvincci Guzzler
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Old 10-23-04, 05:39 AM   #2
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man this thing is awesome. I have a question though. on the back of the rear shock there is a twist dial that shows slower if you turn it a certain way. whats this for?. Cobblestone ( the LBS I got it at )has decided not to carry Devvincci this year due to the problems of 04. If they had not already purchased this Guzzler before they were forced to not sell them in the States I would not be the proud owner of this Devvincci Guzzler
Looks like an awesome ride. The red twist is the rebound setting for your air shox. For more information, go to fox's website and read the user's manual

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Old 10-23-04, 07:51 PM   #3
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How much did it set you back?
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How much did it set you back?
$1799 plus the shock pump,a 2nd set of ATACS so I dont have to switch pedals from bike to bike,Cobblestone jersey,socks,chain whip, headsweats( them things are great), cassette removal tool so it was about 2k for every thing including the things I "just had to have".I took it out for a test run today at Pocahontas and it did great. I need to get more cahonas to find out its limits.thanks sparks for the reply I have no idea why Idwant to slow the rebound other than it may want to trhow me over on big hits but my old RS deluxe did that before so Im used to it. I weigh 200 including stuff and have the Bomber MX comp set @ 50psi and the rear set at 150psi and it seems ok. Ill have to tweak it more as it breaks in Im sure, but it was a great ride today. real suspension is cool and so are Hydro brakes. Avid mechs still rock but it came with HFX9s comp so Im not switching
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