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Kind Shock LEV-Ci 120 mm Seatpost

Specifications:


Application: Cyclocross, Gravel, Cross Country, All Mountain
Travel: 120 mm
Diameter: 27.2 mm
Length: 460 mm
Setback: 0 mm

Technical Information:


Actuation: mechanical handlebar remote
Cable Routing: internal
Clamp: Two bolt clamp
Compatible Saddle Rails: 7 x 7 mm (standard)
Material: aluminium, carbon

Compatibility:


- Kind Shock KG Handlebar Remote
- Kind Shock Southpaw Handlebar Remote
- Kind Shock Westy Handlebar Remote

Approved For:


Weight Limit: 90 kg
Insertion Depth (max.): 285 mm
Insertion Depth (min.): 110 mm

Features:


- carbon reinforced rod
- hardly any play within the post
- continuously adjustable stroke
- pushback pressure adjustable to 100 to 250 psi using a damper pump
- low insertion depth compared to the stroke
- optionally available with Kind Shock Southpaw handlebar remote control

Models:


27.2 mm / 460 mm / SB 0 mm / not incl. remote:
Diameter: 27.2 mm
Length: 460 mm
Setback: 0 mm
Manufacturer Part Number: KS C240-120-27.2

27.2 mm / 460 mm / SB 0 mm / Southpaw 31.8 mm, traditional:
Diameter: 27.2 mm
Length: 460 mm
Setback: 0 mm
Manufacturer Part Numbers: KS C240-120-27.2 + KS A4211

Contents:


Southpaw 31.8 mm, traditional:
- 1 x Kind Shock LEV-Ci seatpost
- 1 x Kind Shock Southpaw remote
- 1 x cable
- 1 x cable housing
- 1 x cable screw
- 1 x clamp nipple

without remote:
- 1 x Kind Shock LEV-Ci seatpost
- 1 x cable
- 1 x cable housing
- 1 x cable screw
- 1 x clamp nipple

Order Together:


Matching handlebar remotes from Kind Shock:
- KG
- KG Drop
- KG Carbon
- Southpaw
- Southpaw Carbon
- Westy

Gewicht:

  • black/27.2 mm / 460 mm / SB 0 mm / not incl. Remote: 477 g
Sours: https://www.bike-components.de

KS Lev Integra (2020) dropper post review

KS’s lightweight Lev Integra dropper post has been around for a good few years and its short stack height and short overall length, for the travel, make it compatible with a wide variety of frames.

As a result, there are a lot out there and plenty of our test team have been parking their backsides on a Lev Integra for a long time now, so we have a good track record for reference.

KS Lev Integra set-up

In the past we’ve loved it, but with newer dropper designs now providing far easier set-up I can’t help but feel the Integra is slightly getting left behind.

KS still relies on the fiddly system of grub screwing a barrel onto the cable at the post end, needing an accurate trim of the inner and outer cables to get the cable travel correct.

Believe me, after the third or fourth try of fumbling the minuscule barrel and grub screw onto the workshop floor I was over the experience.

Far simpler is the system of using the cable nipple in a recess at the post end, pulling the cable through at the remote and nipping it up with the seatpost in position.

That process, in itself, has me grumbling, setting up the likes of the Crankbrothers Highline, and takes half the time.

However, setting up the post only needs to be done once in a blue moon, so I wouldn’t let it affect my appraisal too much.

KS Lev Integra impressions

Straight away the standard over-the-bar-routed remote felt a little on the small side, with fractional side-to-side play and a short lever that leads to a spongy and less than positive feel to the trigger action.

It did make it possible to run with a left-hand shifter, though, but if you are sporting a 1x setup I’d highly recommend switching to the excellent Southpaw lever. This is a KS option for an extra £37, but well worth the outlay.

Fortunately, Jungle (the UK distributor) sent one with my test post and it really did transform the action, with that bigger shifter-style paddle.

Andy McCandlish

On the bike, the infinite adjustment of the post was smooth and the return was controlled rather than gunshot fast.

I also appreciated just how low the stack height allowed the saddle to sink towards the frame (50mm from the bottom of the collar to the centre of the saddle rail, minimum extension).

This means that some riders will be able to go up a travel notch – where they might only have managed 100mm before, they could fit the Integra with 125mm and have room to spare.

Ditto the short overall length. With frames restricted by kinked seat tubes or hardware bisecting the seat tube you may have less room for dropping the post in, but the Integra was noticeably shorter than equivalent travel posts overall as well.

Historically, one complaint we’ve seen with the LEV Integra is the seat clamp. When undone, the lower clamp is free to spin on the head of the post, only gripping when the saddle is securely clamped.

Not a problem in itself, but over time we have seen them develop nails-down-the-blackboard creaks, presumably when grit gets in there. If this happens, clean the lot out carefully and it should be fine.

KS Lev Integra overall

The Lev Integra is a great functional post with a long track record of durability and will fit a wide range of frames.

Just change out that remote for a Southpaw or similar that takes the nipple end of the cable (the PNW Loam takes the cable from either direction) and if you can see past the fiddly fitting process you’ll have a solid performer on your hands.

How we tested

A selection of the latest seatposts were tested head to head to find out which ones rise to the top or fall by the wayside.

Other posts on test:

Sours: https://www.bikeradar.com/reviews/components/seatposts/ks-lev-integra-dropper-post-review-2/
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Kind Shock LEV Integra 175 mm Seatpost

Specifications:


Application: All Mountain, Cyclocross, Cross Country, Gravel
Travel: 175 mm
Diameter: 30.9 mm, 31.6 mm
Length: 490 mm
Setback: 0 mm

Technical Information:


Actuation: mechanical handlebar remote
Cable Routing: internal
Clamp: Two bolt clamp
Compatible Saddle Rails: 7 x 7 mm (standard)
Material: aluminium

Compatibility:


- Kind Shock KG Handlebar Remote
- Kind Shock Southpaw Handlebar Remote
- Kind Shock Westy Handlebar Remote

Approved For:


Weight Limit: 90 kg
Insertion Depth (max.): 255 mm
Insertion Depth (min.): 110 mm

Features:


- stable aluminium seatpost with low weight
- continuously adjustable stroke
- hardly any play within the post
- pushback pressure adjustable to 100 to 250 psi using a damper pump
- optionally available with Kind Shock Southpaw handlebar remote control

Models:


30.9 mm / 490 mm / SB 0 mm / not incl. remote:
Diameter: 30.9 mm
Length: 490 mm
Setback: 0 mm
Manufacturer Part Number: KS C217-175-30.9

30.9 mm / 490 mm / SB 0 mm / Southpaw 31.8 mm, traditional:
Diameter: 30.9 mm
Length: 490 mm
Setback: 0 mm
Manufacturer Part Numbers: KS C217-175-30.9 + KS A4211

31.6 mm / 490 mm / SB 0 mm / not incl. remote:
Diameter: 31.6 mm
Length: 490 mm
Setback: 0 mm
Manufacturer Part Number: KS C217-175-31.6

31.6 mm / 490 mm / SB 0 mm / Southpaw 31.8 mm, traditional:
Diameter: 31.6 mm
Length: 490 mm
Setback: 0 mm
Manufacturer Part Numbers: KS C217-175-31.6 + KS A4211

Contents:


Southpaw 31.8 mm, traditional:
- 1 x Kind Shock LEV Integra dropper post
- 1 x Kind Shock Southpaw remote
- 1 x cable
- 1 x cable housing
- 1 x cable screw
- 1 x clamp nipple

without remote:
- 1 x Kind Shock LEV Integra dropper post
- 1 x cable
- 1 x cable housing
- 1 x cable screw
- 1 x clamp nipple

Order Together:


Matching handlebar remotes from Kind Shock:
- KG
- KG Drop
- KG Carbon
- Southpaw
- Southpaw Carbon
- Westy

Gewicht:

  • black/30.9 mm / 490 mm / SB 0 mm / not incl. Remote: 590 g
  • black/31.6 mm / 490 mm / SB 0 mm / not incl. Remote: 612 g
Sours: https://www.bike-components.de

LEV-Ci

LEV-Ci has defined what a lightweight dropper should be.
Ultralight and strong, LEV-Ci is the result of using premium materials and proven technology.

WHAT’S NEW

+ Updated cylindrical upper clamp nuts do not spin
+ More vertical head clamp bolt angle
+ Updated cartridge is more durable with smoother rebound
+ Lighter weight, rotating bottom actuator
+ Reduced actuation force
+ Longer travel options
+ Remote sold separately (Click here to view Remotes)

FEATURES

+ 7000-series alloy stanchion
+ Reinforced carbon fiber mast
+ Adjustable air sprung hydraulic cartridge
+ Patented one-way roller clutch bearing
+ Designed for internal frame routing
+ Short insertion length to travel ratio
+ Compatible with all KS Southpaw, KG and Westy remotes

RESOURCES

+ PDF Owner’s Manuals and Downloads
+ Videos

Categories: All Products, DroppersTags: Carbon, Ci, Dropper, Integra, LEV, LEV-Ci

Sours: https://kssuspension.com/product/lev-ci/

Seatpost ks lev

KS LEV 27.2 Remote Dropper Seatpost - 405mm I Range: 100mm

The LEV is the first dropper seatpost to outperform itself.

LEV has always represented the latest technology but is already a classic among top contending dropper posts.

With myriad of firsts to its name:

  • the first hydraulic Dropper to offer zero cable movement,
  • first dropper to win a UCI World XC Eliminator event and
  • first in countless enduro magazine tests and customer satisfaction polls.

The rotatable cable connection allows flexible positioning of the cable installation. Annoying cable loops rubbing against the frame belong to the past. Just as adaptable is the Air Cartridge System, which regulates the height adjustability and thus achieves an optimal lift speed. The proven combination of bearings, bushings and seals of the highest quality guarantees a permanently butter-soft function and minimizes play on the saddle.

Details of the KS LEV dropper seat post

  • Slide and roller bearings
  • 2-bolt saddle clamp for optimised stability and millimetre-precise adjustment
  • Adjustable air cartridge for optimum lift speed
  • with remote lock function
  • special, extremely low-friction cable system
  • rotatable cable connection allows flexible positioning of the cable installation

Please note: The seat post is delivered without remote lever.

The indicated length refers to the complete seat post length including saddle clamp and remote control. To determine the effective length, subtract about 4cm.

Recommended maximum rider weight: 90kg.

Do not use a seat post quick release!

Sours: https://www.bike24.com/
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