Where do you send your aer48 air forks for revalve

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Where do you send your aer48 air forks for revalve

Postby BigBird » Wed Sep 20, 2017 7:55 am

Hey everybody

Just curious to gather feedback on aer forks revalve. I had my 4cs done locally and I didn't think it was worth what I spent to get them revalve and that was also including the 4cs ray kit installed at the same time.

Anyone has great luck with the local tuners or did you send them to the US to work with the bigger tuners.

Also anyone got a bladder installed on the schock?


I ride 90% mx and the odd ride out in single track. The bike is new and I haven't quite finish the break in on it. First impression is the shock tend to pack up on braking bumps and forks felt a little harsh when cornering.

Where do you send your aer48 air forks for revalve

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Re: Where do you send your aer48 air forks for revalve

Postby Dakota_c69 » Wed Sep 20, 2017 9:26 am

I can't speak to the Air Forks, but I had Ken from TNT Suspension do my Beta suspension for off road use. It was WELL worth the money. Ken actually started out in MX, so I would think he can certainly help you out. Give him a call at (403) 585-0393 :thumbsup:
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Re: Where do you send your aer48 air forks for revalve

Postby thirtyseven » Thu Sep 21, 2017 7:16 am

Bigbird. I like the AER stock on my XC, but if you are doing both MX and off-road the gold standard is Kreft. His kit for the AER includes the ability to externally change the valving. So click click click you have an offroad fork, click and back to MX.
I haven't tried it (and my mx ability is nada) but it is getting rave reviews.
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Re: Where do you send your aer48 air forks for revalve

Postby dirtyboy » Thu Sep 21, 2017 9:33 am

The suspension needs time to break in. After 10 or 20 hours re-evaluate and go from there.

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Re: Where do you send your aer48 air forks for revalve

Postby AJRJ » Thu Sep 21, 2017 1:42 pm

dirtyboy wrote:The suspension needs time to break in. After 10 or 20 hours re-evaluate and go from there.


I was going to say this as well. The new KTM air fork is killer right out of the box. The clickers also provide a huge range of adjustability, and with the near limitless spring rates it's very tunable. It's the most compliant fork that also resists bottoming, without any changes, that I've ever ridden.

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