The all-new Reverb Stealth dropper seatpost is paired with the 1x remote to offer the ergonomics of SRAM's shifter design and low-lever-force hydraulic actuation to the internally routed Reverb Stealth B1. Now riders can use their Reverb posts quicker, more easily and often, for better ride control on the trail. The remote features Bleeding Edge technology to ensure hassle-free maintenance.
Adjustable return speed by turning the collar on the remote.
Hydraulic Actuation is as smooth as it gets.
MatchMaker X or discrete clamp options included for ultimate versatility and set up freedom.
2000mm hose length is plenty for most frames.
Infinite adjustments to fit your personal preferences and riding style.
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