of flexion level
Change of flexion using the multiple insert bolt (M.I.B.) system carried on from last season with some minor revisions.
Riders can easily adjust the flexion level to suit the course, type of snow cover, or other conditions merely by moving the insert bolts forward or backward. This makes it possible to always have the best position for the constantly changing snow surface. It is also particularly effective for absorbing kickback from the surface. All the rider has to do is adjust the position for a soft or hard ride as desired. In short, the system is a landmark one.
Change in torsion level
Applying the same principle as for flexion, M.I.B. makes it possible to change the torsion by moving
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the insert bolts to the inside or outside. Torsion changes are effective for changing board cornering and inclination. The various combinations of flexion and torsion enable close accommodation of multiple riding wants and
needs. We urge you to experience the outstanding performance of the 2010 new model featuring M.I.B.
Style-A, Style-F & One M.I.B. (Multiple Insert Bolt System)
Although they differ in some respects (Style-A and -F adopting the M.I.B fork plate and One M.I.B. using Cr-Mo material only for the fork & plate), these three models all feature the system offering multiple settings for flexion and torsion levels based on movement of the multiple insert bolts. Style-A and Style-F have been transformed into even more innovative models by use with the Flexible Frame & Fork System (F.F.F.S.) already adopted as standard equipment.
Insert hole trend and characteristics
The shift of the bolt setting on the M.I.B. fork plate makes it possible to change the flexion and torsion levels. Riders can choose grades of hardness and softness by moving the insert bolts forward or backward and to the inside or outside. Besides the change in flexion and torsion, the ride can be made
harder by widening the bolt interval and softer by narrowing it.
Short fork arm
The arm is shorter than the conventional front fork. The shorter arm facilitates adjustment of the height of the front and rear boards. It also broadens the setting range to allow more varied settings. Riders can experience an entirely new glide.
Fork integrating the ball race
The fork design integrates the ball race, and the fork column is shaped by CNC cutting. It eliminates the need for pressurized injection when changing ball bearings and also dramatically improves the maintenance aspect on the 2010 models.
Furthermore, the arm weld at the bottom of the fork column is thicker, and this contributes to higher strength and rigidity.