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    FoxRP2 what position for propedal?

    I have a 2008 Trance X1 with a Fox RP2 rear shock. Can anyone tell me for sure what position is propedal (- or + side of blue lever) and what position is open (- or + side of blue lever)? The Fox owners manual doesn't really specify from what I can tell.

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    Position that makes the suspension harder when you push down is propedal. On my Anthem it is on when lever left and off when right (looking down from riding position)
    I mostly leave it off though...

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    So even in the full open position you are getting good pedaling efficiency?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DTL
    So even in the full open position you are getting good pedaling efficiency?
    Of course you are, this is Maestro suspension we’re talking about…

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    Yup - much better (esp downhill) than the NRS (last bike)
    I only use the propedal when I remember ie chasing roadies on the commute/road!
    Otherwise set the sag and forget.

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