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    Fox TerraLogic, Opinions?

    Thinking of converting my Fox float to a f80x, anyone had experience with these? good/bad? Thanks.

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    Don't think you can convert...you mean upgrade?

    It's incredible, I have a TALAS and i want the f80x for the single.

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    yes....

    Quote Originally Posted by tiSS'er
    Thinking of converting my Fox float to a f80x, anyone had experience with these? good/bad? Thanks.

    Not sure what you mean by "converting" but....I have an F80X on my SS and can't say enough great things about it. The fork tracks the corners like it's on rails. There is no flex in the beefy stanchions (unlike the Sid). You may want to check an earlier thread in this forum regarding F80X and F100X. There is some good input there.

    Good luck

    Stoom

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zonic Man
    Don't think you can convert...you mean upgrade?

    It's incredible, I have a TALAS and i want the f80x for the single.
    I called Fox and for $150, I can get the F80X or F100X internals.

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    Good job! Love My Fox

    I have the 80x on my new SS and love it! The lockout on the climb is great and downhill is awesome!

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    I totally love my F100X, It just operates in such a seamless manner. I never notice the fork on the flats or climbs being locked out but I know it is because there is no movement on the fork. The fork seamlessly goes from this locked position to active and plush without any feeling of harshness or whatever. The move from stiff or locked to plush and active is unnoticeable, and thats what I like about it - The fork does its job right and you never have to worry about it.

    Its just the best fork I have ever used. Nothing compares. IMHO, a fork with a mechanical lockout lever (Read: SID and others) is in the dark ages in contrast to this mighty fine piece of technology.

    Bottom line: A no brainer, get it, you wont be sorry!

    Trevor!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trevor!

    Bottom line: A no brainer, get it, you wont be sorry!

    Trevor!
    This is just what I love to hear!

    I bought a '04 F80X (bossless) in November, but due to deteriorating trail conditions (lots of rain and mud) and the onset of winter (lots of snow and bitterly cold temps...-45F), I opted to just keep my '03 SID World Cup mounted and to save the F80X for Spring. It's been sitting in it's box for over 3 months.

    Well, Spring is getting closer and I'm really looking forward to using this fork. Reviews and comments seem very favourable! I can't wait!
    Ride Hard,
    Mike B. (MCM# 7.77)
    http://www.one-speed.com

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