Colorado’s PUSH Industries is expanding its range of suspension components with several new offerings, including a trunnion mount shock and RockShox Pike/Lyrik conversion kit.
As a result of the rising popularity of trunnion-mount shocks, PUSH has launched its popular ELEVENSIX shock in a trunnion design, which uses the new wider shock mount design. The trunnion-mount shock is available in metric sizes comparable to the eye-to-eye lengths of standard ELEVENSIX shocks.
In addition, being more compact than eye-to-eye shocks, the new design allows certain shorter-travel bikes to take advantage of the ELEVENSIX’s Dual Valve System. One such example is Evil’s Calling, which will be available with an ELEVENSIX upgrade in the new liquid black color.
Indeed, all ELEVENSIX shocks are now also available in a black anodized finish, in addition to the original clear anodizing. Riders who already have ELEVENSIX shocks that they wish were black should reach out to PUSH directly.
Also new is the PUSH ACS3 coil system, which was initially released earlier this year as an upgrade for Fox 36 forks, and is now available for RockShox Pike, Yari, and Lyrik models.
Replacing the stock air spring with PUSH’s proprietary coil and air-assist kit provides a dramatic enhancement in front suspension throughout the travel, claims PUSH, enabling supple small bump response as well as greater mid-stroke control and superior bottom out resistance. For Pike riders looking to upgrade to ACS3 performance, there are three options — 140mm, 150mm, 160mm. Lyrik and Yari riders have four travel options ranging from 140mm-170mm.
RockShox ACS3 kits are available in seven different spring rates. The Made in the USA ACS3 is an easy install for home mechanics, with convenient step-by-step how-to videos available on Vimeo and the PUSH website.
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