Tuning a brand new fox shock

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  • Premier Icon Nobeerinthefridge
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    Where and how much? If I get a fox CTD on my new frame, I can’t see it listed on TFT etc websites? Only service plus tuning, but obviously I wouldn’t need a service.

    coatesy
    Member

    The work involved in the strip and rebuild to perform the tune is essentially the same as that of a service, but you’ll save the cost of the seals. Simon at Locotuning’s done mine, and it’s made a big difference,i’ll always recommend him, give him a shout on Monday and he’ll talk you through your options.

    seavers
    Member

    Simon at Locotuning’s done mine, and it’s made a big difference,i’ll always recommend him, give him a shout on Monday and he’ll talk you through your options.

    This.

    Mine was serviced at the same time though. I wanted it tuned for a Five so was expecting to pay £50ish extra but spoke to Simon and he said he could do something to help it not blow through the mid stroke and it was only £10. I don’t know what he did but it worked. was a joy to ride after that.

    uselesshippy
    Member

    +1 for loco tuning.

    paul123
    Member

    If it’s new most places won’t charge for a service as well. Mojo charged me about £45 to up the BV pressure and change the rebound and comp tunes i did have to state it was nearly new and didn’t want to pay for a service.

    rickt
    Member

    Air volume spaces are your first option

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