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    TrailFox in Colorado?

    Hey guys/gals,

    We're in need of a TrailFox for a test fitment of ELEVENSIX. If you're local and willing to let us borrow your bike for a few days you will be handsomely rewarded!

    The bike must be delivered and picked up from our HQ in Loveland.

    If you're interested hit me up! Thanks!

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    NICE! I wish I lived in CO. Someone is gonna get the hook up! Keep us updated on this please.

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    Subscribed... Wish I lived closer.


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    Any updates on this?


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    No luck...going to have to look at a plan B on this one.

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    Thanks for the update.


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    Is this gonna happen PUSH? I would love to replace my DBair/CS on my trailfox.....

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    New Speedfox 02 Trail Crew in the PNW here

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    Darren, dropped you an email earlier this week. I'm interested in getting an ElevenSix setup for my TF01. I might have a bike to send over to you if still needed.

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    FYI for those that are interested, might be worth dropping Push a line. I've been talking to them a bit and it sounds like we might be making progress again. I'd rather like an 11.6 on my Trailfox.

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    Nothing to see here......please move along

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    Hahah nice, now will you guys find a buyer for my new Trailcrew?

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    Oh hell yeah!

    Time line?

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    PUSH take my MONEY i'm ready to order! I rode my friends Patrol last night with your Elevensix on it. That shock is amazing!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by quicksilverta View Post
    PUSH take my MONEY i'm ready to order! I rode my friends Patrol last night with your Elevensix on it. That shock is amazing!!!
    The TrailFox is now available to order through our website.....although for some reason the bike brands have gone out of sequence in the pull down menu.

    This bike is a home run with ELEVENSIX as it's motion rate is very, very good. Excellent small bump sensitivity great control, and you can huck this thing as it has excellent mechanical bottoming control.

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    Excellent news


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    Order placed! Stoked to see what this bike is capable of with a tuned coil.

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    Can't wait to hear your thoughts. I'm currently in the middle of building another bike or I would be in.


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    Wait for it....

    FedEx is holding my shock hostage due to a messed up vacation hold entry. Arrg!

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    Well, after an epic FedEx cluster fu*k my 11.6 showed up yesterday. No ride time just yet, been tied up with another project but got in installed and snapped a cpl phone pics.


    A little over 800g, not bad for a coil shock -


    Looks aggro installed, it's a lot of shock -



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    Two rides in now. Right out of the box it felt a little stiff, like it needed to break-in a bit. Seems to be feeling better with each ride now. First ride out was a smooth trail on hero dirt. Mainly I focused on just riding the shock but after a few laps I dialed the rebound slower by 2 clicks and sped my my fork by a couple to balance the two ends out. I'm running 475 lb spring and weigh around 170-175 ready to ride and that puts me at the firm end of the sag spectrum. Near the end of this ride I dialed back the HSC and LSC by 2 clicks each on the DH side.

    Last night I got out for a quick lap with a rougher descent on ball-bearing gravel and noted traction felt pretty good. Being a new setup and with only 1 lap, I didn't push it that hard, mostly trying to get a feel for the way the shock behaves. I didn't make any further tuning changes. There are a few harsh jump/drop landings on this run and I noticed the rear-end remained fully composed and hooked up through all of them.

    In terms of climbing, the 11.6 is worlds better than the Float-X that came on my '14, particularly in terms of staying up in its travel but maybe not any better than the CCDBA Inline that came with my '16.

    Suffice to say that I am stoked so far and beyond that going to withhold further comment until I get more time on it.

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