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Fox Fork and Shox set up
Nice little gudie on the fox webbie on how to set up your Fork or Shox.
Nice, will have a scout around that tonight. Shame they dont do anything for the RP2, but Ill see if I can translate the RP23 stuff over.

Wonder why they dont just make them 'protune' quality from the factory....

Nice decals though.
2010 Canyon Aeroad 9.0 SL
2014 Specialized Epic Marathon
Dead link. I found this but don't suppose that was it:
is sag really as simple as pumping a fork to a certain psi regarding to your weight, ive just invested in a new bike so im in the middle of getting confused with setting up front and rear suss. any tips would be appreciated on fox float 36 forks for ups and downs
I like the Fox app for dunces Smile
Is pretty simple <!-- m --><a class="postlink" href=""> ... index.html</a><!-- m --> probable already have this but I find people over complicate things and the float 36 is straight forward enough. Get the sag right get the rebound so it doesn't bounce you back to quick. For comparison I set my so they wouldn't squash to much when your hitting the lips on jumps, but i have it almost totally on the soft. Everyone runs it a bit different but if it feels good then it's right.

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