The qu-ax has longer cranks so you will have more leverage for climbing and descending but the torker will go faster. The qu-ax also comes with a 3" tire whereas the torker has a 2.6" wide tire, more suited for XC type riding. All of these things are personal preference and do not make one better than the other.
im not sure what a wu-ax is but if you are wanting a muni or trials id go for that one even though trials is hard on a 24". The short cranks on the dx make it hard for trials and muni. Im not sure why it has the shorter cranks
I completely agree. The 150’s on the dx are plenty long enough. For about the first week it was a lil harder to pedal because I was used to a freestyle uni, but my legs quickly adjusted. Now I have a 29 with very short cranks, so my muscles are much stronger, and the dxes 150’s literally feel like 170s on my dads 26 now(extremely easy to pedal). The 150s won’t limit you at all with muni.
If I had a choice(I already have a dx though) i’d choose the dx for two reasons: shorter cranks, and it’s about 80$ cheaper. They are both very strong unis.
Another thing, with longer cranks there is much more leverage on the axle, which increases the chance of it bending with massive drops(though it probably won’t bend for a very long time if at all on both unis).
So basically, unless every bit of your muni includes very very steep uphills save yourself some money and get the dx.
Oh, and one more thing… I can barely tell the difference between a kenda kinetics and a duro. The duro isn’t 3 inches anyway, it’s 2.7. You can keep the duro at a slightly lower pressure, but other than that theres hardly a difference.