Same here with no problemsskwerlee said:I also run the PCS links on the 2.25" setting with the Avon 240...works great.
IMO the Avon 240 provides more cushion for bumps over the stock 210...i can definitely feel the differenceBiggTimber said:Actually, I've been questioning whether I want an avon 240 or go with another 210. I know people says it rides\handles better, but does it make the bike handle bumps better. I have to leave my suspension a little stiff as the wife rides with me, until she gets her bike next year . Does using the 240 absorb more shock? Does the lowering effect the suspension leverage and it's bump dampening?
I've not tried that yet so I'm not 100% sure. I believe I've read on here that you can do it though.Call-Me-D said:Any problems riding 2 up on a 240 with the PCS links? I ride 2 up on the weekends with the wifey and have the preload pretty stiff for that specific reason, just wonder if anybody has run into bottoming out being lowered, whether on the 1" drop or 2.25"?
The 1" I'm not so worried about, but if it's possible on the 2.25 that would be awesome. But I'm 230 and the wifey is no skinny minnie(bout 200) so i'm sure it would prob bottom out on the lower setting.skwerlee said:I've not tried that yet so I'm not 100% sure. I believe I've read on here that you can do it though.
SCHIMBO said:get a 250 !!!
i do like the look of that 250! is there benefit as to do the linkage as apposed to L&M shorter spring?
opps sorry didnt mean yours just in general is there a difference or benfit of one or the other.SCHIMBO said:im not lowered at all. i wish i was tho.