We offer a calculated tuning service – using endless data acquired from hours of testing and data logging, we can make calculated and informed decisions on what settings, re valving and modifications are suitable for you. Your suspension will be thoroughly tested with our dyno facilities and tailored to you and your riding style.
Free Mount Kits:Mounting Hardware (Supplied when purchased.)
Weight: 397 grams (weight varies by size).
Damping: Twin-tube independent compression and rebound in two high speed and four low-speed damping circuits.
Adjustments: 4-way independent adjustment:
- High speed compression.
- Low speed compression.
- High speed rebound.
- Low speed rebound.
- Climb Switch (Newly updated on Trunnion Models).
- Max Pressure: 300 psi.
Finish: Anodized and Laser Etched.Sizes: New Trunnion sizes added.
Air Spring: LinEair Air Spring.
All shocks are built to order by hand in our facility in North Carolina, USA.
Setting the DBair IL apart from other inline shocks, oil circulates continuously through externally adjustable shock valves. Twin-tube shocks have two main chambers, a compression chamber, and a rebound chamber, separated by the adjustable valves. The main damping piston forces damping oil between the compression and rebound chambers via the externally adjustable damping valves. Compared to other shocks in its class, Cane Creek inline shocks use significantly more oil in the damper; 40-50% more oil. On the trail, this routing of oil translates into less fade, more control, and greater consistency.
Climb Switch (CS) Technology – CS shocks have four low-speed damping circuits and two high-speed damping circuits. When engaged, the low-speed damping is changed via a set of internal “climbing circuits.” We tune these circuits specifically for the demands of off-road climbing to achieve improved pedal efficiency with less chassis motion. Unlike other climbing platforms, our CS feature adjusts both low-speed compression and rebound.
The DBair IL is the first shock to feature our LinEair Spring. Requiring a lower force to activate, the LinEair Spring provides the consistent feel of a coil shock from the initial stroke, full support during mid stroke and the added bonus of a progressive air spring curve when deep in the travel.
|Clean and Lubricate||Every Ride|
|Inspect for scratches to stanchions, dents and other signs of wear||Every Ride|
|Check bushing and mounting bolt torque||Every 15hrs use|
|Air Can Service||Every 100hrs of use / 6 months whichever comes first.|
|Full Service||Every 100hrs of use / 12 months whichever comes first.|