EXT Racing Shox presents new STORIA coil shock

The suspension-specialist EXT Racing Shox introduces the new generation of their STORIA coil shocks. With a sophisticated hydraulic bottom out control, the shock can be used even bikes with a suspension system optimized for air shocks. Besides their STORIA V3 Enduro shock with a pedal-platform, they have also revised the ARMA downhill shock. You can find all the information in the official press release:

The Storia V3 coil shock is designed to perform well in most Enduro-bikes. Therefore it is now available in metric and imperial sizes and Trunnion or standard mounts. The unique approach from EXT Racing Shox is that each shock has a full custom tune based on your suspension design, weight and riding style.

The new V3 models of the STORIA and ARMA shock build on the mono-tube design and technology of the previous models. The new generation features a larger diameter reservoir in order to obtain the lowest working pressure possible. The result is an even greater sensitivity, which translates into more traction and grip. Refined high flow valves take control of high and low-speed compression. A pedal platform helps you to control the bike on long climbs.

The STORIA comes with Trunnion …
… or standard mounting options.

Besides the revised compression damping, a second compression unit controls the last 15% of the stroke. Allowing higher damping forces at the end of the stroke to increase the bottom out resistance.

– 4 way adjustable (LSC-HSC-LSR-Lok proprietary system)
– Engineered rebound circuit to separate bump and rebound oil flow
– Ultra low-friction coating
– Factory tuned HBC technology
– Very low reservoir pressure for maximum sensitivity (55 PSI)
– Full custom setup available
– Low friction Energize seal
– € 799

The STORIA V3 is designed to serve those customers who want maximum performance of a pedal-platform equipped shock, with a great support on the last millimetres of bike rear travel, with the great performance of a coil-over shock.

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