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    Rp23 issue on new Mojo hd.

    I just assembled my new HD and the propedal lever has no effect on the bike.Has anyone had this problem? I'm used to my rp2 which has a huge effect.

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    Don't have an HD, but if its a low compression tune RP23 (look for a three bar cellphone signal like icon on the body of the shock--if only one bar is filled in, its a low compression tune) there will be almost no perceptible difference when propedal is turned on. It's not needed anyhow.

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    Just checked over the shock for the markings and couldn't find anything similar.The bike peddals really well for its weight so I'm beyond stoked.I was thinking if I needed to sell the shock all the settings should work.

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    rp2 has lock out.

    Rp23 is only compression damping.

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    RP23 on HD has a numeric setting, not the 3 bars. Yours should say 200, which I believe is a low setting.
    The PP lever on mine makes a difference, but it's a small one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d-bug
    RP23 on HD has a numeric setting, not the 3 bars. Yours should say 200, which I believe is a low setting.
    The PP lever on mine makes a difference, but it's a small one.
    Technically, the numeric value is the boost valve value.
    The compression tune is separate. I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by subliminalshiver
    Technically, the numeric value is the boost valve value.
    The compression tune is separate. I think.
    hmmm, that sounds logical. I think this thread needs someone that actually knows...

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    Quote Originally Posted by subliminalshiver
    Technically, the numeric value is the boost valve value.
    The compression tune is separate. I think.
    You are correct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d-bug
    hmmm, that sounds logical. I think this thread needs someone that actually knows...
    But these guessing games are so fun, even when I am wrong.

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    The rp23 has 3 propedal levels. The lever turns if on and off and the number in line with the lever is the setting. The dial at the pivot of the lever can be turned by lifting and turning it. If it is on 1, there may not be an obvious effect, but you should definitely feel 2 or 3. If not, then get your shop to check it.

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    I talked to Fox and they said if your velocity tune sticker and rebound tune sticker have an "L" (for light) on them the shock pro ped. shouldn't have much effect.I'll try to get to a shop this weekend though.

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