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    Fox Float CTD rear shock/Spark 900 frame

    I'm seriously considering swapping to a Float CTD rear shock, on my 2013 Spark 900 Premium and I would like to get the remote shock variant .

    1) Does the 2013 Scott Twinloc lever (ie the Twinloc lever with longer levers and configured for a DT Nude2) work with CTD remote set-up - is the cable pull the same between Trail/Traction-Mode and Climb/Lok-out?

    2) Which Velocity/Rebound/Boost Valve tune settings are other users running?

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    Did you ever get an answer on any of this? I want to do the same.

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    Yes, I've been running a CTD rear shock since May and the difference is night and day, compared to the Nude 2.

    The twinloc lever operates the damping modes perfectly, so no problems there.

    I bought the shock on eBay and then had Fox UK custom tune it for me. I'm running:

    Rebound Tune - M
    Compression Tune - F
    Climb Tune - F
    Boost Valve pressure - 250psi
    1 aircan volume spacer

    I'm 6'/155Ibs and ride cross country, and the shock tune is absolutely spot on for me.

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    Fox Float CTD rear shock/Spark 900 frame

    Thank you so much! My fork is at fox getting the fit damper, 2015 seal heads and kashima stanchions. I've been talking to them, and fox thinks there might be some clearance issues with their rear shock on my 2013 930 frame. I'm assuming our frames are identical dimensionally. Is your shock a 6.5 x 1.5? Can you a pic of your rear shock set up? Thanks.


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    There are NO clearence issues fitting this shock, and yes, my shock is 165X38mm. I think the clearence issues may arise when you try and a 2014 Fox Nude shock to a 2013 frame.

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    Do you run on the high or low setting?

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    I've run both settings without any issues.

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