Cane Creek Kitsuma Air
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The new DB Kitsuma shock is an easy to use, and highly adjustable shock that can be set to suit all types of riders, terrain, and bikes, without the need for a custom tune. American made in Fletcher, NC. -- Taking pre-orders, first batch of shocks are du
SIZING: All metric shocks have adjustable strokes. If we have the right eye to eye shock with the wrong stroke, just leave us a note with your order. We will adjust the stroke before we ship your order.
Wider Range of Adjustment
DB Kitsuma boasts a wider range of damping adjustment on the compression circuit and increased range of rebound control over any other major shock on the market today. The rebound range has also been shifted downward for more rebound damping to accommodate the larger spring rates needed for more modern bikes.
See and Feel What Your Settings Are
The entire range of DB Kitsuma’s low-speed compression and rebound circuits are controlled within a single rotation, while the high-speed circuits are controlled within two rotations, allowing the rider to easily reference where they are within their adjustment at a glance. DB Kitsuma simplifies the tuning process by increasing the range of adjustment while reducing the number of external positions in each circuit - making each position more meaningful and discernible on the trail.
No need to crane your neck under your bike while fumbling with tiny allen wrenches to make adjustments. DB Kitsuma sports completely tool-free adjusters that are ergonomically designed to be easily accessible and adjustable trail-side - giving riders the power of a pro-tune at their fingertips.
Three Position Climb Switch
DB Kitsuma is equipped with a single lever that switches the shock between three distinct modes, drastically affecting the shock’s feel and character. The new three position climb switch retains the “Descend” mode and patented “CS” mode which provides a stable yet responsive platform engineered to maximize traction and pedal efficiency while climbing over technical terrain and singletrack. DB Kitsuma also adds a new “Firm” mode. By utilizing a design that closes off the common bleed port, this third position excels at pedaling over long stretches of pavement or gravel roads on your way to the trail.