The DebonAir technology is available as an option on Monarch RT3 and as the standard configuration on Monarch Plus RC3. The good news for those who already have a Monarch or Monarch Plus rear shock, is that the new air can will be available as an upgrade for any MY14 Monarch/Monarch Plus and MY13 Monarch RT3.
This article will review the service of the RockShox® Monarch rear shock. Rear shocks are found on most full suspension bikes. Full suspension bicycle frames use a linkage system to allow the rear axle to move up and down independently to accommodate uneven terrain. The rear shock pushes back against the linkage and compresses when a large enough load (hit) is applied.
Unlike a dirt-bike, Monarch Plus rear shock has no rev-limiter. Because with its fusion of the Monarch’s exemplary light weight with an all-new Solo Air system, and a damper design similar to the Vivid Air, the Plus will have you bombing all-mountain trails like it was born to downhill. In other words, you’re going to need some serious stopping power to slow this freight train down. So it might be time to look at some four-piston brakes for your steed.
|Product Name:||RockShox Monarch R Rear Shock 2016 - black|
|Material:||shaft : aluminum
body : hard anodized aluminum
|Weight:||approx. 205 gram (manufacturer information without bushings (165 x 38 mm))|
|Adjustability:||Dual Flow rebound, air spring via air pressure|
|Included in delivery:||without bushing kit|