It's cheaper ($300) but the compression damping adjustment is internal and it's valving is adjustable. I have no idea though how it would compare to the DHX Air. I might as well stick with the DHX Air since it's made for mountain bikes.
I have just put one onto my Cannonade Gemini DH. The main reason I brought it was to save some weight.
When I fitted it I was also surprised at how well it worked. I didnt think there would be any big performance changes but it does work a lot better than the 6 way I was running before. I dont know if its because you can play around with the air pressure and get the sag just right.
It also doesnt ramp up at all, in fact I have screwed the boost valve adjuster in most of the way so it dose ramp up a bit near the end of the stroke.
granted he says stupid things, i think he might not be all wrong here... if it does say dhx there is the chance fox designed it to be more durable... and usually fox puts a lot of r&d into their products, so , my e-soeculation is tha tthis could be a pretty tough product
$100 would be nice, but what would we do? Have someone at velo sport bike shop quiz us on bike stuff? lol
It would probably be better if you left this forum and permanently went here
The pvc pipe stanchion protector, that I half jokingly suggested would work very well while looking wierd.
......"Shut Up And Ride" Cambria Bicycle Outfiters since 1986 (basicly shutup and go ride your bike. You are not contributing or asking for help with things decently. You are worrying way too much about what is on your bike than what you can do on your bike. Here's the door. Don't let it hit you on the way out. :heart: