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post #1 of 9 Old 02-03-2005, 01:20 AM Thread Starter
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Revalving forks

Has anybody here revalved there front forks and rear shock? If so what company did you use. I was thinking of using comp-u-track out of Atlanta. Has anyone used this company before or know anything about them? I want to get my forks and shock with all new internals.
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Here are my suggestions since you are near me. CTR suspensions in Knoxville, TN does an excellent job and are fairly priced. If you do anything in Atlanta get coolerman or whatever his name is to do yours. He is expensive though but cheaper than Traxxion Dynamics. THose are my suggestions. All very exceptional ones too.
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Do you have any contact info for the place in knoxville? Website or phone number?
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My bike is at GMD Computrack Boston now getting lowered.

My husband had his forks rebuilt, a new Ohlins shock, and set up for his weight.

Just picked it up last week, so haven't ridden it yet due to the cold weather and snow on the ground.

I've heard nothing but great stuff about the Boston Computrack. So you may want to check into the Atlanta one.
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My bike is at GMD Computrack Boston now getting lowered.

My husband had his forks rebuilt, a new Ohlins shock, and set up for his weight.

Just picked it up last week, so haven't ridden it yet due to the cold weather and snow on the ground.

I've heard nothing but great stuff about the Boston Computrack. So you may want to check into the Atlanta one.
Thanks!!!! My uncle swears by them. He has had acouple of ZRX's rebuilt by them. I just wanted to see if anyone on the 10 board had used them.
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I had the forks on my RC done by Dan Kyle and he really knows what he is doing. He prolly does 10R forks just as well. If I were to do the forks and shock on the 10 I would send them to Linndeman Engineering (LE) and have those guys do them. The have one of the best reputations in the business.
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Oh and it isn't coolerman it's Thermosman. Another excellent reputation for doing quality work.
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that's some funny chit...coolerman!

I will probably use Computrack as well. I have had two bike done at Traxxion and they rocked on the track...period. They know what they are doing. The price varies for several reasons.

My bro. has his R1 @ computrack right now...K Soigner is very well versed in the art of suspension tuning. He offered race tech valves for street riding..but at higher paced speeds would chatter on track...or...

gp tech makes valves for the track that rock at those speeds, but may seem a little "harsh" on rough roads!

Thrmosman has the rep. but all these guys get busy once racing begins!
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I busted out laughing when I saw coolerman.

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