Trax shock opinion

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9/19/2018 12:37 PM

I’m interested in a Trax Shock for single track racing. Over 50 B rider, is it much better than my stock revalved ktm 250 xc Shock?

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10/14/2018 4:20 AM

A good tuner will get it better for much cheaper. I have been there and won't go trax again

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10/15/2018 7:27 PM

bowser wrote:

A good tuner will get it better for much cheaper. I have been there and won't go trax again

Huh ?

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10/15/2018 7:32 PM

What's not to understand? A good tuner will get a stock revalved shock working better than an out of the box trax and save you a packet in the process.

My xplor shock has DLC, kashima, skf seal head, ohlins oil, xtrig adjuster, dyno tuned and works heaps better than my trax did and $1500 or more cheaper.

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10/15/2018 7:53 PM

Yeah, I have a very good setup by a suspension tuner. I had just heard some say how good the trax was... another really good tuner said exactly what you said. Thanks man!

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12/2/2018 12:13 AM

Funny thing that. I bought Bowsers Trak shock awhile back and love the way the Trak system works. I won’t go back to a coventional shock now i am hooked. I suppose whatever rocks your boat.

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12/2/2018 12:17 AM

Yeah Suspension Matters got it working well. I'm back on linkage bike now and wishing I still had itsmile

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12/5/2018 9:13 AM

I've used a Traxx in practice but never in competition... Considering I'm pretty anal about suspension, I can't justify the cost = performance value.

But maybe with a larger budget and more testing I could find the right setting..

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