REVOLUTION PRO COMP - SS Mono Ski

 

The REVOLUTION PRO COMP - SS (RPC-SS) version of the standard RPC was designed to have a stiffer suspension for quicker edge to edge.

The SS has a rebound adjustable shock, lowered footrest position, adjustable thigh angle and adjustable seat back. This all makes for a more compact, aggressive skiing position. Ratchet lap and thigh straps are also standard on the RPC-SS!



FRAME CONSTRUCTION
  • Large diameter aircraft grade 4130 Chrome Moly Steel, TIG welded
  • Urethane Powder Coated Finish
SKI MOUNTING
  • Mounts into a standard step-in ski binding
  • 6061 T6 Aluminum Mounting Foot
  • Center of Gravity location is at boot center; same as standup skier
SEATING SYSTEM
  • Flexible, form fit with adjustable back angle
  • Polymer material - strongest available while maintaining flexibility in the coldest conditions
THIGH ANGLE
  • adjustable
PROGRESSIVE RATE SUSPENSION SYSTEM
  • 6" suspension travel
  • Unloaded seat height above snow, approximately 16"
  • Loaded seat height above snow, 14" (skiing height)
  • Minimum seat height at full shock compression, 10"
SUSPENSION ADJUSTMENTS
  • Ride height above the snow
  • Minimum seat height at full shock compression
  • Shock spring rate and Spring rate progression
SHOCK ABSORBER
  • Internal valving designed specifically for mono-ski use
  • Multi-stage Compression and Rebound Dampening
  • Gas charged oil emulsion construction
  • Adjustable Rebound
WEIGHT LIMIT
  • 220 pounds
RETENTION SYSTEM
  • Lap and Thigh Ratchet Straps;
  • Foot and Knee Retention Straps; Chest strap as needed
  • Safety/Retention Strap and a 3 Point Evacuation System


The RPC-SS Junior has the same features as the adult but is about 3/4 the size and weight of the adult.

 
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3737 Douglas Ave. Racine, WI 53402
262-898-4675 fax 262-639-2479
email us at matt@freedomfactory.org 

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Upated 6/24/2011