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Dial in your Cane Creek shock with a new rear spring.
These affordable steel springs are available in different stroke lengths and spring rates. The stroke length is determined by your current shock and spring rate is depended on your weight. To determine which spring is right for you, please visit Canecreek.com for their handy spring calculator.
Favourite feature?shorter spring so getting it on and off is far easier
Least favourite feature?Should have more colour options
Substantially stiffer over the 500 spring, hit the sweet spot with this for a 95Kg rider. I think it would even be fine at 90Kg. Running it on a DB Coil with climb switch on a short travel option on a 2012 NS Soda FR2 and don't use the CS feature. On long travel it is not stiff enough to be pedal efficient without dialing the shock too hard.
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