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As indecisive as the trail can be, there is no such thing as the perfect set saddle height. Saddle height is fundamental to maneuverability and pedal efficiency, requiring various saddle adjustments to be made during a single ride. Saddle too high, maneuverability on descents goes out the window. Saddle too low, inadequate pedal efficiency and power on climbs. But who enjoys stopping, climbing off the bike, and making adjustments each time the trail entails. Nobody!... unless of course you use it as an excuse to sneak in a quick breather. The Reverb Stealth is here to assist. The Reverb Stealth is a simple hydraulically-actuated control that allows you to raise and lower your seat on the fly as you desire, simply by pushing a button. Unlike it's Reverb brother, the Reverb Stealth cable routes from the bottom of the seatpost through the frame so that the cable is hidden and out of the way, hence the name "Stealth". You’ll be spending zero time dismounting mid-ride, and all of your time destroying the trail… hope you have a comfy saddle!
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Comments about Rockshox Reverb Stealth 150mm Seatpost:
Ive had Reverbs before and loved them. Got my first Steatlh model as part of a new bike, and it sagged some 3mm straight out of the box. The sag comes with a knocking feeling, more than just a notch, a discernable knock. Called Rockshox, told me to go to the dealer. I called the dealer, who helped, and it had a new one sent to me. It took 2 weeks to get a new post for a new bike.
Got the new post, quick inspection, passed. Rode 1 time. And it's knocking again! Wrtoe the dealer and waiting for resolution. But at this point, I'm blaming Rockshox. Something changed in your processing and your putting out Reverbs with knocking!