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X-Fusion H3C Rear Shock
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The new H3C has been slimmed down everywhere possible. It also uses a lighter spring material which brings it closer to the weight of high-volume air shocks. With the weight in check, it comes down to cost and performance. Listen for a straight-shooter's perspective after three months of ride time. Could this shock make sense for your ride?H3C Coil Shock Highlights Built for all-mountain and enduro Metric and trunnion mount Sizes: 185×55/50mm, 205×65/60mm, 210×55/50mm and 230×65/60mm overall length x stroke Platform adjustment (3 clicks) Low-speed compression adjustment (16 clicks) Rebound...
Posted by TrailPeek on 3/3/2020 3:51pm
X-Fusion Trace 36 HLR Fork
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Suspension manufacturer X-Fusion has quietly been reorganizing behind the scenes over the last 12 months, closing down their Santa Cruz based US headquarters, moving customer support to Reno, and building a new, dedicated factory in Taichung, Taiwan. The fork, shock, and adjustable seatpost company is transforming into a more vertically-integrated suspension manufacturer and looking to improve their product along the way. New manufacturing capabilities means new product, and X-Fusion recently came to market with the all-new Trace – a 36mm stanchion fork boasting up to 170mm of travel for 29...
Posted by jeff.brines on 12/14/2018 9:16pm
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X-Fusion Manic Seatpost
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X-Fusion has been playing the dropper post game for a bit, but its previous offerings failed to make much of an impression. Going back to the drawing board, X-Fusion sought to change all that with an affordable and easy to maintain post. Those are certainly traits we look for in a good dropper, so we put the Manic to the test to see how it measures up.X-Fusion Manic Highlights Stealth cable routing only Shifter style remote Double key-way design prevents lateral twisting Wide range of seatpost angle adjustment Two bolt style head Travel: 125mm/150mm Diameter: 30.9mm / 31.6mm Color: Black...
Posted by iceman2058 on 8/22/2017 9:48am
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X-Fusion Sweep Roughcut HLR Suspension Fork
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by Kevin Shiramizu X-Fusion has been quietly making quality shocks and forks for several years now, and are often spec'd on budget-oriented bikes given their good value. The company has continued to take steps towards producing higher end parts, and the new Sweep fork is their latest development, incorporating a fresh "Roughcut HLR" damper. X-Fusion Sweep HLR Highlights Travel: 160mm (ITA 100-160mm) for 27.5" 34mm Stanchions Spring Type: Air Damping: "Roughcut HLR" cartridge damper with expansion bladder External Adjustments: Hi- and Lo-speed compression, rebound Axle: LockX 15mm Post Mount...
Posted by k.shiz on 4/1/2015 12:42pm
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X-Fusion Metric HLR Fork
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Review by David Howell // Photos by Dave TrumporeUntil the last few years, parking lot suspension experts have been talking about how good their “dampening” is, how supple their mid-stroke is and how their suspension wallows when they pin it through the gnar faster than you. We have all heard it. Well, more recently the familiar brands like RockShox, FOX, Manitou and Marzocchi have started seeing competition from less familiar names like X-Fusion, SR Suntour and DVO. And having heard excellent things from my friends that were already on X-Fusion products, I jumped at the chance to nerd out...
Posted by AceHouston on 2/27/2014 8:30am
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X-Fusion RV1 HLR Fork
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Review by Ian Collins // Photos by Fred Robinson and Ian CollinsOver the last decade or so downhillers haven't exactly had an excess of stellar options when it comes to forks. There were the two solid options that everyone knows about; the RockShox BoXXer and the FOX 40. Marzocchi and Manitou have won a few hearts over the years and despite some struggles they've remained alternative contenders as well. It's only in the past couple of years that the competition has really started to heat up with the arrival of companies like BOS, DVO and even SR Suntour. Under the Pivot Factory Race Team, X...
Posted by Ian Collins on 2/20/2014 8:51pm
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X-Fusion Vector Air HLR Rear Shock
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Review by Johan Hjord // Photos by Johan Hjord and Tal RozowSanta Cruz, California-based X-Fusion has been in the suspension business longer than you might believe. The company was actually already involved in making suspension prior to its official incorporation in 1999, and RockShox founder Paul Turner helps with product development, so it has a long history and lots of experience to draw on. You’d be forgiven for thinking it’s a young brand, because it is only over the past few years that it has gained more widespread recognition and wider distribution in the mountain biking world. We knew...
Posted by iceman2058 on 7/9/2013 5:41am
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