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    Anyone looking for an Extension Air Valve for their Epi?

    Just wanted to let folks know that Fox have extension air valves for rear shocks, you'll be able to mount your Fox RP2 or RP23 the right way up. They call them the "Gonzo Air Valve" and it costs $20.75. I hear Ellsworth is now shipping them with all new Epiphany sales.

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    Fantastic idea...How's the Push'd shock? I'm probably going to get mine done soon...I wonder if they can update this valve for me.

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    I am! Where can I order 1?

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    Call fox

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    I am! Where can I order 1?
    You need to call fox and order it from them. Ask for their sales/aftermarket products dept.

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    I'm running my RP3 "inverted" or canister down, as originally speced on my EPI, and it's still running great...What's the advantage to having it flipped??
    Hydrate or Die Trying

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    its' going to be easier to reach the switches. That's it i guess.

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    The RP23 has the on/off switch. It's much easier to reach when it's up and facing forward (the shock could be run backwards to access the air valve, but then the controls would be hard to use).

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    Would this thing work on a DHX Air on a moment?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newark
    Would this thing work on a DHX Air on a moment?
    Did anyone figure out if this will work with DHX Air on a moment?

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    I have a NEW spare one of these for sale is someone is interested in getting a GONZO.

    Save shipping from FOX and PM me.

    Thanks,

    jalea

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