You'd think 5mm wouldn't do much. In frame geometry it can be an issue, but in fork geometry it's a major change.
Considering I wanted to support Degroot, I took the step and snagged a pair.
The advantages came to fruition almost instantly: Tighter roll-outs, nose-wheelies were much easier (of course, 28mm is closer to the standard flat rake of 15mm), and I could get my nose picks much steeper.
But, most importantly, considering I can only bump jump using my front end, I found out that the FuForks are like a secret weapon for extra pop.
On their third version, this is the one component on my current rig that I could never consider changing.
Thanks to Chad and Deco for the support!" -Matt Coplon
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