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    Epi RP23 Problem

    Think my 3 month old RP23 is stick. Noticed last week it had lost pressure(20psi). This weekend after riding its not extending fully ie it sits at 185mm eye to eye instead of the 200mm its supposed to. I'm guessing, but I reckon air has got the wrong side of the chamber and is trapped.

    Any ideas or is this a warranty job?
    Last edited by anc; 12-04-2006 at 01:37 AM.

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    You could try to drop air pressure fully to zero, then pump it back up. If it is stuck down, it's a warranty issue and you have to send it in. There may be a dealer/mechanic near you that knows how to fix it, though. Might be a good time to send it to Push for a custom tuning - I'm pretty sure they can fix the stuck down problem.

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    Tried putting 250psi after letting all the air out, didn't work. Gonna have to send it back for warranty repair. Unfortuately in in the UK so I don't think its that easy to get it PUSH'ed.
    Last edited by anc; 12-03-2006 at 10:16 AM.

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    Good job!

    http://www.tftunedshox.com/push/index.htm

    Here you go tf tuned do push in the uk.

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    Cheers fella, its gone to mojo this morning for warranty repair. Think I may well get it sent to TF in the near future. Seems like the stuck down issue is quite common on the standard RP3/RP23's.

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    New seals fitted and back on the bike within 3 days. Very impressive service from Mojo, now to go see if I can bust it again .

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    That's an awesome return time...

    Glad you are back on the bike!

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