Fox 34 float, Fit 4, pressures ?
The token made a big(psychological?) difference and was super easy to do. I’d start with lower pressures first. Great fork, set up right mine has great small bump, even at speed and is great through the mid stroke. My o ring tells me I bottom out a fair bit but it ramps up so nicely towards the end that I don’t think Ive ever noticed.Posted 7 months ago
Fox recommend 15% 18mm for “firm” and 20% 24mm for “plush” I have runs with 20% and used the middle damping setting adjusting to full open for downhills but that required too much concentration and I was getting the best small bump performance ever with 15% sag so stuck with that.Posted 7 months agodumbbotMember
18mm/15% is fox ‘firm’ recommended sag setting, 24mm/20% ‘plush’.
I’ve got some 2016 fit4 32’s, and im running them at around 18mm, i found them divey on the plush setting. Different fork i know, maybe i should play around with tokens…but i always like to leave some travel for when i inevitably over cook something.
:too slow 😆Posted 7 months ago
Have one of these on my Anthem, it’s this one :
Fork: Fox 34 Float Performance Elite, 120mm Travel, FIT4 Damper, 15×100 KaBolt, Tapered
Works well but struggling to use more than 90-100mm of its 120mm travel. I am 12.5 stone and had it set up initially at 85 psi giving around 15-18mm of sag. Dropped it the other day to 75 and seems a bit better. Curious as to other rider weights/air pressures with same fork.Posted 7 months agoeb2429Member
Like you all I had to set the pressures lower on both sets compared to suggested, to get the correct sag (mine are 150mm Travel 34’s).
Thinking of taking a token out on both sets (factory setting is with 2 i believe) as we never get much into the travel due to rider weights, except for one day at BPW where we were up to 140mm-ish.Posted 7 months agorhayterSubscriber
I have the same issue. Might be worth checking the volume of oil in the shock. Mine came from the factory with 27ml in. They’re supposed to come with 5ml. Even after that I run them at 95psi (I weigh a huge 105kg) and rarely get near full travel (admittedly, I’m not that ‘gnar’ a rider). I’ve tried taking a token out and didn’t feel much difference. It’s the mid-stroke I’d like a bit more support on. If I run at lower pressures, I get closer to full travel but the fork dives on descents, even with low speed compression cranked up.Posted 7 months agoBlurboySubscriber
I’m 190lbs and struggled to get the pressure right to get max travel without being too harsh or too soft, until I fitted a MRP ramp control. This enabled me to drop the pressure, I currently run 70 psi, which gives a plush feel but I can tune the ramp control, variable token control, to prevent too much dive under pressure. Works for me. Slightly amazed that the ramp control functionality isn’t standard on all forks. I change the setting depending on what I am riding on.Posted 3 months agosri16vMember
I have 34 performance elite on my trance 1, I have noticed I’m not quite bottoming out, I’m 11st wet so need to drop the pressure a little.
Awesome fork , would go as far and say they are better than the pike rct3 I had on a trance 27.5 that I bough brand new and the pike solo air on my reign which was also new and I regularly bottomed them out when riding (with 2 tokens) big jumps and drops
The fox 34 just seems a lot more subtle and plush in every situation and firm enough when needed!Posted 3 months ago
You must be logged in to reply to this topic.