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  1. #1
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    Anyone running a Fox DPX2 on a Burner?

    I've been on my Burner with the Fox Factory Float CTD shock and fork for a few years now. Overall I'm still really happy with the bike, but I'm wondering if I'll get better performance out of a new DPX2 shock with the piggyback reservoir. It would be nice to have a little more mid-stroke support and better control over long sustained chunky descents. I've seen Burners with Cane Creek air shocks, but it seems like they need to be rebuilt frequently. I've had pretty good luck with Fox in terms of reliability.

  2. #2
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    Oct 2009
    Curious with this one also... and if anyone also tried the DPX2 on an RFX V4.0?

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    not on a Burner and not DPX2...I have a Float X on my 5Spot v3.0 which replaced the Float RP23....the piggy back reservoir is a BIG difference...Though I had to shave some of the
    metal of the upper rocker link to accommodate the upper shock end...

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