Shop DT Swiss HVR Stable Platform Shock (mm). Free delivery and returns on all eligible orders. Brand new DT Swiss HVR , ” eye to eye length, ” stroke. Comes with owners manual and bushings. Rebound, platform, and air adjustment. HVR – DT Read more about swiss, rear, shock, service, instructions and montage.
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Cookies help us deliver our services. The DT is a doddle, though — back off the platform clicker and rebound, set air pressure to get your desired sag, add rebound and platform damping to taste. But leaving all that aside, the weight and on-the-fly platform adjustment are reason enough to give this shock serious consideration.
OK, up to speed? Its efforts have clearly paid off — we were running barely 60psi in it. This is a very good shock. We will never sell your data and you’ll only get messages from us and our partners whose products and services we think you’ll enjoy. That means that we can cut to the chase and tell you how the shock is in real life. Which just leaves the platform dial. Components More Specialized gear As well as an impressive range of bikes, Specialized has made a real effort with their clothing and equipment line-up.
DT Swiss HVR 200 rear shock, 165mm,
20 indeed, if having read it you could recall any of the finer details. The good thing about this is that it makes the shock last longer.
Please enter your email so we can keep you updated with news, features and the latest offers. Set up is easy. Extremely light, easy to set up, performs well, on-the-fly platform adjustment Negatives: Our test shock had very soft clicks in it, making it quite easy to forget where you are.
Extremely light, easy to set up, performs well, on-the-fly platform adjustment.
There are 0 comments. Your bike might be too floppy to use it, awkwardly-placed rebound adjuster, no long-term reputation as yet Verdict: Claimed weight is g for a mm eye-to-eye unit — we had a mm one that weighed g and felt, when hefted, like it was possibly some sort of balsa-wood mockup.
DT Swiss HVR 200
Which just leaves the ever-thorny reliability question. As well as an impressive range of bikes, Specialized has made a real sqiss with their clothing and equipment line-up. The first thing it is is light. Your bike might be too floppy to use it, awkwardly-placed rebound adjuster, no long-term reputation as yet.
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DT Swiss Rear Shock – HVR – $
And it is pretty plush — perhaps not as super-floaty as a good coil shock, but certainly unlikely to attract any complaints. Expect new materials and external The HVR has spherical bushings at each end, meaning that the mounting shafts can deflect within the shock eyes without transferring any bending or twisting loads to the shock. The bad thing is that you may find that your bike actually relies on a rigidly-mounted shock swis keep the back end going in largely the same way as the front.
This is delightfully simple — wound all the way out you have essentially no platform effect, with full plushness at your disposal. Starting at the inexpensive end, the new Tora replaces the budget Pilot fork