Psylos need a set of bushes and a stanchion as the anodised coating has worn completly away, it makes for a pretty flexy fork
Managed to look over the Dropoff`s today due to a surprise day off work, got them mounted up to the bike and had a quick flick around the car park, they seam spot on, not much flex at all, the stanchions look mint, preload adjusters work fine, but it would appear i am missing one of the rebound adjusters on the bottom of the fork, not sure why i would have 2 adjusters (one per leg?)
The one i have works spot in, the one on the disc mount side looks a slightly different fit, and is missing.
The fork makes a sqelchy noise in use which google has told me is normal
Anyway, the lowers were in need of a lick of paint, so they have been sanded down and given some fresh paint, they are now hanging up in the man-cave drying out while my new decals arrive.
I could not find any "drop off" decals, so i ordered some simple "bomber" ones instead.
Total eBay bargain!
It would appear they are already in 130 travel mode as they are the roughly the same legnth as the Psylos, so i dont need to convert the travel after all