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How to Installation the Turbine dropper
Turbine Dropper Post - Installation Video
Love my Turbine Dropper
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I have used a lot of droppers over the past few years, and this is probably my favorite. Thomson might feel better, but I broke a lot of cables on it and its pricey. The reverb is a piece of junk. If you have one, throw it away now!
The Turbine might be a little finicky to setup, but take your time, read the instructions, or have a mechanic do it. I love mine. Works great, looks great
Its an OK Dropper. I prefer the Fox Transfer and RS Reverb. The Transfer has a better lever feel. But, it has been pretty durable for me, so that is good!
cable torn with only 3 months of usage
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This dropper post came with a high end Yeti ASRC bike that I bought from Competitive Cyclist. With less than 3 months and under 100 miles of riding, no crashes, the cable is torn with only 3 thread remains. Race face should consider putting more quality cable on their expensive dropper seat post. Unhappy customer. I bought a high end bike with high end components and expect to work longer than 3 months. And yes, I'm the original owner and bought it brand new.
dont go without one!
Grabbed one of these for my Yeti SB6 build and am hyped! This is my second dropper and I did upgrade the remote, which makes for a great ride!
This seat post was supplied with a new SB6c Yeti bike. It is my first dropper, and it works! Very well I might add. I will probably upgrade the control lever at some point, even though the stock one works well.