This is from Court's review of the 2020 Turbo Vado 5.0. Same spec for the 2020 Turbo Vado 4.0. Due to a bend in the lower seat tube, I found the "short length" version of the Kinekt 2.1 worked well, with no cutting needed.Thanks for the lead! Which seat post diameter and length do I need for the Turbo's? (or does it vary by model? I haven't picked my Turbo yet but am confident I'll want this regardless of which one I get and wouldn't mind benefitting from the sale.
Forged Aluminum Alloy, Punched Out for Weight Savings, Single-Bolt Clamp, 21mm Offset, Micro Adjust
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FYI, I am 5'11" and ride the "Large" High Step 2020 Turbo Vado 4.0 and purchased the "short" length (350mm) Kinekt 2.1, it has plenty of length. I purchased the same "short" length for my wife's 2020 Turbo Vado 5.0 (She is 5'3" and rides a size "Medium - Step Thru). The weight dictates the springs you need. I am 205 lbs and got the "Large" (200 - 250 lbs) springs. My wife's weight falls in the middle of the"small" (100 - 150 lbs) category, so I ordered her the "small" (100 - 150 lbs) springs, that was a mistake, I had to switch hers out to the medium (150 - 200 lbs) springs (which were included with the purchase). There is even an XL for heavier riders. If you order too light on the springs, you will have to adjust too much preload and will lose a good amount of travel. Hope this helps.
Note: If you are looking for a suspension seat post for the Turbo Vado SL, per Court's review of the 2020 Turbo Vado SL 4.0 EQ, the seat post diameter is smaller (27.2 mm)!