Cane Creek Thudbuster LT Suspension Seatpost, 27.2 x 400mm, 75mm Maximum Travel, Black


The Thudbuster seatpost from Cane Creek is the most effective and versatile suspension seatpost available. Our parallel-link technology provides a clear advantage in traction, comfort and control without sacrificing performance. Available in both Long Travel and Short Travel configurations, with a range of elastomer spring rates, the Thudbuster is tunable to match your weight and riding preference.

SKU: CCRK-ST3272K
HSN: 8714

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₹14,600.00

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THE SCIENCE BEHIND THUDBUSTER

WORKING IN THE DIRECT PATH OF THE NATURAL TRAVEL OF THE REAR WHEEL.

The Thudbuster technology stays in the direct path of the natural travel of the rear wheel. As a bump lifts the back of a bicycle, the rear wheel pushes up and foward into the rider. The Thudbuster works by compressing along the exact opposite path -- down and rearward -- absorbing force at the same rate: The net movement of the saddle is zero. Fully active elastomers provide approximately 3 inches (76mm, Long Travel) or 1.3 inches (33mm, Short Travel) of customizable suspension.

Features

Technical Description 400 mm (450 mm for the 27.2 xl version) (610 mm for the 33.9 xl version)
Post Forged aluminum
Linkage Forged and CNC machined aluminum
Pivots Stainless steel axles with PTFE-impregnated sintered-bronze bushings
Elastomers Twin urethane stack with various spring rates
Travel 3 inches (76 mm)
Length 400 mm (450 mm for the 27.2 xl version) (650 mm for the 33.9 xl version)
Weight 540 - 570 g (depending on post diameter) (575 g for the 27.2 xl version)
Max Rider Weight 250 lbs
Extension (min) Minimum - 142 mm
Extension (max) Maximum - 300 mm (346 mm for the 27.2 xl version)
Diameter (direct fit) 25.4, 26.8, 27.0, 27.2, 27.2xl, 30.9, 31.6, 33.9, (additional diameters available with shim)
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