And when I say a little, I’m talking very small differences that many riders would never even notice.
You can of course tune either shock to feel a bit different, but those are their natural personalities due to how they’re designed. And it may sound like I’m doing a lazy review, but seriously, when it comes to high end shock performance, both of these shocks are amazing when it comes to small bumps, big bumps, smashing through chunky stuff, hitting drops and everything in between. The performance is so close, in fact, that I had a darn tough time planning out this video because the shocks feel so freaking similar after having them set up properly.
In the last section we talked about all of the pro’s of each shock’s tunability, but now we wanted to touch on the potential con’s of each shock’s tunability which ultimately effects the shock’s performance. If you’re confident in adjusting suspension with high and low speed compression and rebound, then you’ll be able to make either of these shocks work at their full potential.