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  1. #1
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    New question here. Scott Spark 60 (2009) Help and advice for upgrading forks please


    I have a Scott Spark 60 (2009) which I bought second hand a few months ago. After testing it on some trails I like it but feel the front forks (RockShox TORA 302 Coil) don't perform as I would like. I'd want to use the bike for more all mountain, trails riding than just all out XC riding. My budget is around 400$... Any advice would be appreciated!!!

    Scott Spark 60 (2009) everything on the bike is still stock.
    2009 Scott Spark 60 - BikePedia

    Cheers for any help ,


  2. #2
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    Hi Dave

    I have a Scott Spark 60 2010 and upgraded the tora with a second hand reba dual air I bought off a friend. Way better in every respect and heaps lighter. I've only recently gotten into riding and have lots to learn but it did seem like a very worthwhile improvement and makes it heaps more fun.

    Good luck!

  3. #3
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    OK thanks very much for the info Ill have a look into that. For the time being I have splashed out on a 2nd Freeride bike so I will have to wait till my bank balance recovers!

    Cheers again

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