cant you just buy new shocks for that....or does it make them way better then any factory made aftermarket shocks....cause you can almost get the best Elkas for that.Originally posted by sethg@Mar 25 2004, 09:21 AM
He told me $800-$1000 for triple rate, a new head, etc etc, front and back.
I'm revalving right now, will know on saturday if it helps.
I think I have to agree with you Smitty.Originally posted by Schmitthead@Mar 25 2004, 06:34 PM
the best elkas are way better than any stock shock can be built, just all around better components, and more r+d, plus you can go for the long travels. to me there is no comparison, and maybe a waste of money.
Joe, from what I understand about the rear shock it is a geometry thing not a shock thing as far as the bucking is concerned. The elka linkage makes the angle of the shock more up and down which will supposedly fix the problem.Originally posted by joe1l@Apr 20 2004, 10:25 PM
I was wondering if you revalved your rear shock? If so, did it stop the bucking, when it went over whoops? Currently the only thing i hear helps is the elka rear setup with new linkage. but i'm tight on money and if revalving will help i might just do that.