KS A5 RE/RR1 Air Rear Shock Absorber 125/150/165/190mm

  • RE 125mm single air
  • RE 150mm single air
  • RE 165mm single air
  • RE 190mm single air
  • RR1 125mm Dual air
  • RR1 150mm Dual air
  • RR1 165mm Dual air
  • RR1 190mm Dual air

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The KS A5 RE-RR1 Bike Air Shock Absorber is a high-performance suspension component designed to enhance the riding experience of mountain and off-road bicycles. This air shock absorber is constructed from high-quality materials, utilizing an aluminum alloy body and shaft for durability and corrosion resistance.

This shock absorber features a range of travel options, including 125mm, 150mm, 165mm, and 190mm, allowing riders to choose the perfect suspension setup for their specific riding style and terrain. The advanced damping system features a high-precision oil seal, air spring system, and compression adjustment, providing a smooth and comfortable ride, even on the most challenging terrain.

Installation of the RE-RR1 Bike Air Shock Absorber is straightforward and can be completed with minimal effort, making it an ideal upgrade for any mountain or off-road bicycle. This shock absorber is compatible with a wide range of bicycles and can be adjusted to fit specific frame designs.

With its high-quality construction, advanced damping system, and customizable travel options, this shock absorber offers exceptional performance and reliability for even the most demanding riding conditions.

Product Features

  • Ultra-light shock absorber: Air is used as the shock-absorbing spring medium, making it less than half the weight of ordinary coil spring shock.
  • Adjust the air spring rate by adjusting the pressure of the main air chamber. The single main air chamber does not exceed 180 psi, and the dual-air main air chamber does not exceed 200 psi, The recommended air pressure of the main air chamber is 65-150 psi, and the auxiliary air chamber shall not exceed the main air chamber.
  • The A5 RR1 has the main air chamber (MP) and a secondary air chamber (NP), MP can be used to adjust the spring rate of the shock absorber, and NP can be used to adjust the rebound speed. It should be noted that the air pressure of NP < the air pressure of MP ≤ 200PSI, otherwise the shock absorber will be damaged.
  • Schrader valve air hole, dust-proof sealing sleeve, simple structure, safe and durable


A5 information

Note: Please confirm and choose the correct length of the shock absorber before purchasing. In addition, the default size of the bushing also needs to confirm whether it is suitable.

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