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Posted (edited) · Mountain Bike Electronic Suspension Controller

Hi,

Nothing as fantastic as other people are producing in the community but in case it's of interest to anyone I've started a little blog (https://thebikeandotherprojects.com) about mods to my bike using a 2+ (from now on), Arduino and the other sorts of things that come in handy.

The first mod is controlling the shocks with the parts made below:

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Sorry there's not much detail on the blog yet as I'm still trying to get the hang of using WordPress but it gives an outline of how the suspension controller works and was made.

Thanks for checking it out.

Antony

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