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Sensitivity like nothing else.
If you're looking to upgrade the sensitivity and suppleness of an older Pike Fork, replace your existing Solo Air Spring with the RockShox Pike A1-A2 DebonAir Air Spring Upgrade Kit. This DebonAir Upgrade Kit is intended strictly for Pike Forks from 2014 to 2017, overhauling the previous Solo Air Spring with the increased sensitivity and small-bump compliance afforded by RockShox's improved DebonAir Spring.
It slides directly into the left fork leg's uppers and allows you to customize your Pike's travel to your intended use on the trail, whether you're seeking something a bit longer for technical terrain or a touch shorter for fast flow trails and tamer terrain. There's options available for 26, 27.5, and 29-inch Pike models (check drop-down selection for different sizes).
- DebonAir Spring upgrade kit for 2014 - 2017 Pike Forks
- Exclusively fits older Pike A1-A2 forks with Solo Air
- DebonAir improves suppleness and small-bump compliance
- Increases negative air spring volume for a plusher feel
- Options available for 26in, 27.5in, and 29in Pike Forks
- Item #RSX008W
- Q & A
Easy and worthwhile
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Purchased the upgraded damper since I was doing a travel change on my fork and it was worth the insignificant price difference.
One important thing to note - The DebonAir air spring uses about twice as many bottomless tokens as the standard air spring. Refer to Sram's guide to determine how many they suggest.
I recommend the following when ordering (also available on Competitive Cyclist):
Motorex Racing Fork Oil - higher quality oil than Rockshox, also cheaper, also lower viscosity (unless you're bombing 30 minute descents you don't need rockshox syrup)
ProGold EPX Grease - A convenient replacement for slick honey
And of course bottomless tokens
How do I know if I hava a A1 ?
The A1-A2 use the original charger dampener vs the B1 which is for the Charger 2 dampener. If the picture in this answer looks like your fork, then you need this A1-A2 air spring
if your fork looks like this picture, then you need this Air spring:
You can go to SRAMs trail fork app(google it) and put in the SN. It’ll give you all the details of your fork.