How much PSI is in a dropper post?
All dropper posts use a spring to extend the seat upwards. In some posts, this air spring is small and held at relatively high pressure (around 200 – 250 psi). When the post is in the dropped position, that air pressure can be up to 3 times higher.
How do I remove Specialized Command Post?
Just loosen the downtube clamps and pull the lever off the bar for housing slack so you can remove the post from the seat tube. There’s no need to mess with the barrel adjuster, unless you need to add more tension to the cable.
What is the point of a dropper post?
A dropper post, commonly referred to as a dropper, is a replacement for your bicycle’s seat post and allows for quick adjustment of saddle height without requiring you to get off your bike or even stop moving. Most droppers work through cable actuation, although there are a handful of electronic/wireless posts.
Why is my dropper post not staying up?
If your dropper post is moving without pressing the lever (it won’t stay up as you are riding), then you have too much tension on the cable. You’ll want to REMOVE tension. To do so, turn the barrel adjuster clockwise.
Why does my dropper post go down when I sit on it?
If you press the lever of your dropper post and nothing happens (the post either stays up or down), then there is not enough tension on the cable. If your dropper post is moving without pressing the lever (it won’t stay up as you are riding), then you have too much tension on the cable. You’ll want to REMOVE tension.
Why is my dropper post sagging?
A sagging seatpost usually means that air got into the IFP chamber and the seatpost needs to be bled.
How much does a command post IRCC cost?
The mechanically controlled, air sprung Command Post IRCC is available in 75, 100, and 125mm travel options, as well as 30.9mm and 31.6mm diameters. The 125mm, 30.9mm model I spent my time on weighed 586 grams on my scale, including the new SRL remote but without any cable or housing. MSRP $350 USD.
Where is the bottom of the command post IRCC tube?
The bottom end of the Command Post IRcc tube should extend past the underside of the top tube. Activating the Command Post IRcc lever while riding may result in loss of control of the bicycle, resulting in serious personal injury or death.
How big is a specialized cruiser command post?
Specialized calls this their Cruiser Control technology, and it should be a big step forward over the IRCC’s predecessor that offered three set seat heights. The mechanically controlled, air sprung Command Post IRCC is available in 75, 100, and 125mm travel options, as well as 30.9mm and 31.6mm diameters.
Where is the command post on a specialized mountain bike?
The post we have here is the latest from Specialized, the Command Post IRcc (internally routed, cruise control). It’s an updated version of the IR post with its three height positions, it looks the same on the outside but the new cc now has 10 incremental positions that are located towards the middle of the seatpost’s motion range.