Without compression damping your fork or rear shock would compress with only the resistance of your air spring and in essence will act like a pogo-stick.   Adding compression damping makes it more difficult to compress your suspension and adds desirable control characteristics to your components. i.e. platform, g-out control, bottom out control, and lockout.

While most components utilize a simple overall compression control (CTD, RP, etc.) other components utilize both low-speed and hi-speed compression controls

Low-speed compression
Hi-speed compression


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