I had a Specialized fsr years ago.
They specialize in cookie cutter bikes ( sorry couldn't resist the pun) and thus build to a price point.. The problem with it was that the tolerances on the pivot points where too tight. aka: the pivots didn't move freely enough. There was nothing you could do about it. It was built like that. Maybe they have improved their game.....
But that's what I would check out.
It doesn't matter what the suspension design is. If it's cut corners on how it is executed it will not exhibit it's true potential. And sure enough I bought a replacement for the fsr which had the same design but was built properly.....and works beautifully ( weak at the knees ).......and that bike was....drum rolll a ....Titus switchblade.
So did Sandman get his bike? It sure is a long time between drinks.
Sep was the last update and he was waiting for the c/c to roll over.
Me thinks the wife kicked him out of the house for getting the goose
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