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    My new 2014 Fox, no CTD bro!

    So here she is maybe the best Fox Ive eva owned possibly my last, so loving my XF and with a couple of new inverted forks ready to hit the market including XFusions new Revel HLR well rest is history me thinks!

    My Vector HLR shock is killing it!

    Heres my new 2014 Fox btw.
    Seems to work great, no midstroke issues, very accurate, Compared with a RS and older Fox HP pump, super sweet interface to air valve too.
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    No bites waaaaaaa

    This shock pump is awesome, but I think a Push Tune would make it even better, anyone got a tiny Push Sticker

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick005 View Post
    No bites waaaaaaa

    This shock pump is awesome, but I think a Push Tune would make it even better, anyone got a tiny Push Sticker
    I have a bunch of Push stickers. PM me
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    I have a lot of them too. The sticker alone should make it 10% smoother and also reduce brake dive!

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    Mahwahaa you guys are awesome

    It really is nice to use, 10% ya reckon, will they make it lighter too

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    But, are you able to get full travel?
    Those who know, ride a Mojo AND a Mojo HD.
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    Ok, whatever, cold water on my bike boner right there.

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    Does Enduro make seals for it too?
    Those who know, ride a Mojo AND a Mojo HD.
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    Ok, whatever, cold water on my bike boner right there.

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    I'd shim that & run a slightly shorter hose. More flickable that way.
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    I heard Lopes has his specially valved by BikeCo.
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    It says 300 psi max, but in reality that's more like 275psi. False advertising. Fox should issue everyone a refund.
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    I'm thinking about running the hose internally through the frame so I can change shock pressure on the fly, but I'm concerned about wear on the steerer tube.
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    My new 2014 Fox, no CTD bro!

    Better yet....attach it to your dropper post and when you want to go uphill for a while, just cycle dropper post 3x and your good. Then, add special bleeder knob on shock to lower psi for downhill....Ingenious if you ask me. Fox can pay me royalties when they start doing this next month. Of course, please kashima coat the shock pump and dropper post to take away all the extra drag and improve small bump on everything....

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    Quote Originally Posted by d-bug View Post
    But, are you able to get full travel?
    Amazing but it gives full travel, it must have the new fit cartridge from a Fox 40 RAD air!

    This one suffered badly from midstroke dive lack of support and never got full travel.
    Itmalso suffered badly from arm pump and needed a regular bleed!

    But its done 12-13 years without a seal change, never thought about
    Enduro seals or needle bearings, might have made for smoother stroke,
    could never trust that gauge though, just another freaking marketing gizmo!



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    Quote Originally Posted by budgie View Post
    I'm thinking about running the hose internally through the frame so I can change shock pressure on the fly, but I'm concerned about wear on the steerer tube.
    Ya lost me @ hello!

    It took me 5mkn to work out going from analogue to digital no instructions so I used some kiwi ingenuity and just pumped the **** out of it then miracrously it turned on

    I might be wrong but isn't what you're describing some sort of EI thingy if they ever make that work well that would just be em azing

    I like the idea of slacker and lower someone needs to make a angle thingy!

    That guy Lopes he calls his kid after me, should have got a royalty, he gets all these pro tunes man that guy sucks and he stole Cedrics bike and was mean to him back in NWD8 and hes still faster than me!

    But I dont ride park bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbiker831 View Post
    Better yet....attach it to your dropper post and when you want to go uphill for a while, just cycle dropper post 3x and your good. Then, add special bleeder knob on shock to lower psi for downhill....Ingenious if you ask me. Fox can pay me royalties when they start doing this next month. Of course, please kashima coat the shock pump and dropper post to take away all the extra drag and improve small bump on everything....
    Or just get an XF shock haha

    I like your Kashima idea though, Ive been robbed def need a refund, over priced and no Kashima WTF, thats going to cost me some drag and energy!

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    I just saw spy photos of an inverted one with a carbon shaft. Hella light!!!
    Those who know, ride a Mojo AND a Mojo HD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by benja55
    Ok, whatever, cold water on my bike boner right there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d-bug View Post
    I just saw spy photos of an inverted one with a carbon shaft. Hella light!!!
    But is it all Gold!! Kashima!!

    Wow if Im reading this thing right my settings have been quite a way out in terms of numbers, lucky I go by feel, which is bang on re numbers with the digi pump!

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    Carbon body and shaft would be perfect.

    I am thinking Fox should work on a new CTD post for 2015. Leave it open in "Climb" mode and it will pump up your fork/shock automagically and make the bike totally rigid. In "Descend" mode all of the air will be released from both ends for a lower BB and better handling. "Trail" mode will release the air from the fork and keep the back totally rigid so that you can rail berms with an 80 degree HA!

    Fortunately I have already applied for a patent. You can send my royalty checks to

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salespunk View Post
    Carbon body and shaft would be perfect.

    I am thinking Fox should work on a new CTD post for 2015. Leave it open in "Climb" mode and it will pump up your fork/shock automagically and make the bike totally rigid. In "Descend" mode all of the air will be released from both ends for a lower BB and better handling. "Trail" mode will release the air from the fork and keep the back totally rigid so that you can rail berms with an 80 degree HA!

    Fortunately I have already applied for a patent. You can send my royalty checks to

    D.O.S.S. Palace Built and Enabled By Fox
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    iCD We're#1#1#1#1#1, CA 27.5Only
    haha, nice one!

    Sorry bro I wont be paying no dam royalties, if I never see another CTD POS again it will be too soon for me.

    So over it!!

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