the resivor holds more volume for dampening shocks(the hitting kind, not a shock absorber)it helps keep the dampening liquid from losing its properties due to bubbles or aireation. i could be wrong but thats how it was explained to me, if your going to be taking hits constantly, i reccomend you get it.
Is the shock w/resorvoir a lot better? I was going to buy the standard ishock just so I won't have to cut a hole in my seat and move the ignition. Besides, I don't jump my bike more than a few feet. I just want something that won't bottom out as soon as I sit on it and give a plusher ride.
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