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  1. #1
    mtbr member
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    Sep 2004

    2001 X FLY 100 Stuff

    Hello, I have a Marzocchi 100 X Fly air fork. Sure it's old but I needed a fork and I really haven't used it much since buying it in 2002. Now I need the fork back in service. Anyone have one of these and know how to make it a smoother ride? I tried oil and even a spring in one side, it's not bad right now. Any ideas?

  2. #2
    Lopen is sneller....
    Join Date
    Oct 2003
    I have this fork on one of my bikes as well. When I just had them I have never been really impressed by their suppleness but now actually quite like them. Think it takes quite a while to really brake in these forks.

    I popped a coil in the non damper side and felt that boosted performance a lot. Changed the oil after a couple of months and then didn't change it for a long time, recently changed it to 5W and that has helped a lot (the change in general).........

    I also hear good things about those enduro seals but never tried that myself........

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    those forks are some of the sexiest ever made. no doubt
    All Mountain was so 2005

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