- PSA: DVO diamond forks, half price on ‘SportPursuit’ website
You’ll need to create an account if you haven’t, but pretty good discount.Posted 4 months ago
Nice one, cheers. Doesn’t say what size though, only boost. Have messaged to find out if 27.5 or 27.5 plus/29Posted 4 months ago
Would you let us know which one it is?Posted 4 months agosteve_b77Member
The new Diamond has a grip of features to cater to the aggressive rider who demands more. We gave the fork a top to bottom chassis overhaul with 10mm wider BOOST Spacing, This amplifies steering precision and control in the moments of “ultimate shred”. We also increased the tyre clearance allowing you to utilize a bigger tyre and still have clearance for mud.
27.5 PLUS: The 29” Diamond is now 100% plus bike capable. Throw a 27.5” wheel and a 2.8-3.0 tyre on and enter a world of ultimate traction! Just make sure you have at least 6mm of clearance between the top of the tyre and the bottom of the arch, just to be safe!
More Travel: We reconfigured the new Diamond to reach 170mm of travel on the 27.5 model and 160mm of travel on the 29 model. The travel is internally adjustable via spacers from 130mm to 170mm.
Quick range low speed compression: With a quick turn of the knob, the low speed circuit is restricted providing a nice platform for climbing.
High speed compression adjust: Loader style compression provides easy access to the piston & shims for serious tuning
OTT off the top: This exclusive & proven DVO design trickles down from the emerald to deliver precise air spring tuning with a turn of knob.
Closed cartridge bladder system: Just like the jade rear shock, the bladder is compressed rather than expanded offering incredible small bump sensitivity.
Dynamic Rebound Adjust: Via Piston and Shims
15mm QR Tapered Axle: Light, stiff and durable
Integrated Fender: Seamless integrated design prevents mud and debris from accumulating in the webbing
Travel 27.5” = 140-170mm & 29” = 130-160mmPosted 4 months ago
Crown Offset 27.5” = 44mm Offset, 29” = 51mm Offset
Axle to crown 27.5 = 572mm at 170mm travel, 29 = 565mm at 160mm travel
Stanchions 35mm Tapered Alloy
Wheel Size 27.5” or 29”/27.5”+ (up to 3.0)
Axle 15 x 110mm QR
Steerer Options Tapered Alloy
Lowers Magnesium, Disc only
Whats needed to change travel on these – looking for a fork to go on an On One Big Dog frame just ordered?Posted 4 months ago
Would you let us know which one it is?
They replied saying they’ve asked the web team to update with correct information.Posted 4 months ago
The blurb posted above doesn’t determine 100% whether 27.5 or 29!!
Hmm.. not sure if this is UK only or not, I can’t find them – can someone link me?Posted 4 months ago
Yep, UK only. Probably for the best.Posted 4 months ago
Just done a web chat, and they only have 27.5. Bugger!!Posted 4 months ago
Just got email saying same – shamePosted 4 months ago
What year forks are they? Any reviews about?Posted 4 months ago
Got a set of 27.5 boost,they are very very nice chunky forks, loads of adjustments,plush and finished very well,axel is very good too, different league to my PikesPosted 4 months agogobySubscriber
Damn wanted 29er 44mm offsetPosted 4 months agostevie750Subscriber
I am confused.
Are these not 27.5 plus forks which would mean they also fit a 29 and not a normal 27.5?Posted 4 months ago
What’s the tire clearance like?Posted 4 months ago
Are these not 27.5 plus forks which would mean they also fit a 29 and not a normal 27.5?
No, I have been assured twice that they are standard 27.5.Posted 4 months ago
They’ve updated the description to 27.5 on the website now.Posted 4 months ago
Plenty of tyre clearance, normally run a maxxis dhf wt,or a shorty wt on 34 internal rimPosted 4 months ago
Anyone gone for some of these then? anyone else got a pair already?Posted 4 months agoWeedlingMember
I got a pair on order, wont be dispatched until 9th dec thoughPosted 4 months agonicknamelessMember
Do these come as 170 out of the box? Anyone know if spacers are included to reduce travel?
@sparkyrhino which pike are you comparing them to? I have a 2017 with the original charger damper. Have added debonair spring but the small bump is still atrocious. Would the DVO be a significant improvement with the OTT in that respect would you say?Posted 4 months ago
Compared to 2016/17 pike same as you with bogo damper,the ott seems to work easily on trail adjustment, but seem to have found a happy medium for my style and routes(to be fair I’m not a serial fiddler).I didnt buy mine new, and were set at 150Posted 4 months ago
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