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ShockWiz is Quarq's attempt to make suspension tuning less of a mystery, and units are shipping now.

It collects pressure data 100 times a second that can be downloaded to a phone application following a ride. The application analyzes the data, and using some advanced algorithms can determine if there is any undesirable suspension movement. The app then suggests ways to improve things - three clicks of rebound here, an extra 5psi there, or perhaps an extra Bottomless Token to give the air spring some more ramp. After making the changes, you're encouraged to take another lap to verify the new settings, and within a handful of short laps you'll land in a very comfortable zone.

Stay tuned for an in-depth Vital MTB review of ShockWiz in the coming weeks.

Credit: Brandon Turman
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