How much air should I put in my Fox Float shock?

How much air should I put in my Fox Float shock?

To achieve the best performance from your FOX suspension, adjust the air pressure to attain your proper sag setting. Sag is the amount your suspension compresses under your weight and riding gear. Sag range should be set to 25–30% of total shock travel.

How do you adjust foX shocks?

adjustments are made using a small flat-bladed screwdriver on the eyelet at the end of the shock shaft. for slower rebound, turn the screw clockwise. the rebound adjuster has about 24 clicks of adjustment. the factory setting is 12 clicks out.

How do you identify FOX shocks?

Grey market forks often can be identified by a “scratched-off” serial number. If you are considering the purchase of a FOX fork do ensure that the serial number is unaltered and legible. Counterfeit suspension forks can vary in visual appearance and may be harder to identify.

What kind of gas does float 3 Evol use?

FLOAT 3 EVOL RC2 air shock dampers contain high pressure nitrogen gas and FOX high viscosity index shock oil separated by an Internal Floating Piston system. This helps to ensure consistent, fade-free damping in most riding conditions. FLOAT 3 EVOL RC2 shocks are built using 6061-T6 aluminum for lightweight and strength.

What does Fox float 3 Evol your stand for?

FOX FLOAT (FOX Load Optimizing Air Technology) 3 EVOL R air shocks are high-performance shock absorbers that use air as springs, instead of heavy steel coil springs or expensive titanium coil springs. Underneath that air sleeve is a high-performance, velocity-sensitive, shimmed damping system.

What makes a float 3 Evol your shock so good?

FLOAT 3, EVOL R shocks are built using 6061-T6 aluminum for light weight and strength. The chromed damper shaft is super-finished for low friction and long seal life. All of the seals and wipers are engineered specifically for FLOAT 3, EVOL R. The Air Sleeves are Genuine Kashima coated for reduced friction and long seal life.