X-Fusion H3 and H3 LT shocks

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  • Published: 25 September 2009

The X-Fusion H3 and H3 LT have a reputation amongst insiders to be a good shock, used in favour of big name brands due to the buttery linear travel. The blue damping switch is great for those steep climbs to switch it from fully active to almost locked-out. We’ve got the tech low down on both. Check’em out.

Designed for all mountain and DH use, but is perfect for trail bikes. The H3 combines all the best features of our rear shock technology into one. The H3 provides the rider with a wider range of adjustments to create better performing shock for every type of rider. Rebound, lock out, 4 stages of platform and bottom out control are utilized to get you the best feeling shock possible. The laser engraved graphics give the shock a sleek finish and professional look. The H3 weighs 365 grams to help keep the weight down on your bike, but never sacrificing performance. Also, The H3 LT will fulfill those who desire the H3 performance in a larger model.(215mm,222mm,240mm)

X-Fusion H3 Specs
- Power Valve Adjustable II damping system
- Lockout feature
- Bottom out control
- Light Weight Design (apr. 362g.)
- Optimized air sleeve for linear stroke
- Laser Engraved design to enhance high quality fabrication
- Ball bearing option, this will minimize frame alignment error to maximize performance
- Externally adjustable rebound damping
- Multi-Circuit damping
- Nitrogen charged IFP
- Infinitely adjustable air spring

length/travel
190/51 mm
200/56 mm

X-Fusion H3 LT Specs
- Power Valve Adjustable II damping system
- Bottom out control
- Light Weight Design (apr. 362g)
- Optimized air sleeve for linear stroke
- Laser Engraved design
- Ball bearing opinion
- Externally adjustable rebound damping
- Multi-Circuit damping
- Nitrogen charged IFP
- Infinitely adjustable air spring

length/travel
215/63 mm
222/63 mm
240/76 mm

DIY MTB import X-Fusio Shocks and they are available in bikeshops throughout Australia



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