PUSH ACS3 Coil Conversion System
The ACS3 Coil conversion system is truly a step forward in suspension technology. Small bump sensitivity and traction is increased tremendously while also having the ability to control the progressiveness of the fork.
We offer free install on any ACS3 system when purchased along with any lower leg or full damper service. If purchasing the system only, you will be contacted by a technician upon purchase to determine proper spring weight.
Please note: Install of an ACS3 system will void manufacturer warranty. It is also not recommended to return to an air spriung after converting your fork to coil.
OPTIMIZED LIGHTWEIGHT DESIGN
Why is everyone always trying to sell you on “coil-like”
performance? Because nothing beats a coil when it comes to small bump
sensitivity, traction, and mid stroke performance. Also, coil springs eliminate the constant maintenance required to keep your fork running optimally!
The downside of coil suspension? They lack the big hit performance and bottoming control provided by today's air systems. But, what if there was a complete system that provided both? Introducing the PUSH ACS3 Coil Conversion System!
THE ULTIMATE FORK SPRING
Don't settle for spring rates measured in "soft", "medium", and "firm"! PUSH ultra-light fork springs are precision engineered and CNC wound for exacting rate tolerance. We offer seven spring rates available in 5 lb/in increments ensuring you get the exact rate you need without compromise. Proper spring rate will be calculated by a technician upon purchase.
AIR BUMP STOP TECHNOLOGY
Used in conjunction with the Coil main spring, the patent-pending Air Bump Stop cartridge allows you to independently fine tune the progressiveness of your fork. Using a standard suspension pump, pressures can be set between 5-50psi for your desired bottoming control. Lower pressures provide a more linear fork feel, while higher pressures provide a quicker engagement and more progressive performance for big hit riding. All without interfering with the first 65% of the forks travel.