. For their DBAir Inline Rear Shock, Cane Creek has introduced a host of advancements over their previous models to make it far more robust and offer even better performance. One of the major changes is the redesigned oil seal head, which is made from a high performance synthetic rubber. This material is embedded with lubricant to ensure reduced friction, better resistance to heat, and increased durability Advanced Air Spring. This shock is the first to feature Cane creek’s “LinEair” spring, which requires less force to activate it, a consistent feel, and a smooth progressive resistance curve at the deepest part of the travel Find your perfect setup. With 4-way individual control of the high/low speed compression and the high/low speed rebound settings, you’ll be able to fine tune how the shock reacts in all situations. This means you’ll be able to find the perfect setup to suit your riding style and the terrain, enabling you to get the absolute best for your favourite trail or enduro rig. There’s also a full lockout setting for those extended climbs back to the top of the trails Features: Damping: Twin-tube independent compression and rebound in two high-speed and four low-speed damping circuitsAdjustments: 4-way independent adjustment (high/low speed compression, high/low speed rebound) and climb switchAir Spring: LinEair Air SpringMounting Interface: High performance low friction IGUS bushingFinish: Anodised and laser-etchedWeight: 397g (216mmx63mm, without hardware)Technologies: Double Barrel Twin Tube Technology: Exclusive Twin Tube Technology circulates oil continuously through the damping valve to achieve highly controllable, independent damping for both compression and rebound strokes. This unique design moves oil through externally adjustable valves instead of the main piston, allowing for superior tunability and eliminating the need for internal valve changes to achieve proper shock setup 4-Way Adjustment: The DBAir Inline rear shock enables the rider to find the perfect setup with individual adjustments of high and low speed compression and high and low speed rebound. This means you can adjust the rear shock to suit your riding style, the type of trail you’re riding, and to suit your bike’s frame Climb Switch (CS): CS is a proprietary climbing mode on Cane Creek shocks that changes the low speed damping via a set of internal “climbing circuits” when engaged. These circuits are tuned specifically for the demands of off-road climbing to achieve improved pedaling efficiency with less chassis motion. LinEair Spring: The first shock to feature Cane Creek’s LinEair Spring, the DBAir Inline is the best of both worlds, an air shock that feels more supple, linear and seamlessly supportive throughout its travel. 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 Buy Cane Creek Components from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World’s Largest Online Bike Store.