Have a look at the manual for your specific RP23 or download it from the fox website. The propedal settings for my RP23 are. I just got a Fox RP23 shock. Just follow directions on the Fox website. Your bikes manual should be able to tell you how much sag you. Here’s a quick overview of how to set up your Fox RP23 rear shock for best performance.
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Rebound controls the rate at which your shock returns after it has been compressed. Usually a good starting point is your weight in lbs in psi.
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Thanks Posted 6 years ago. I run psi rear and 75psi front F and am 13st 9lb. Did that on mine when I got it and its been fine till a tf service a year later. Depending on riding style. Then note pressure for future.
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You do need a high amount of PSI for the Spark to pedal properly — what compress tune does the shock have? You could try stripping and rebuilding without a new seal.
I reckon not… Getting the right air pressure looks to be quite tricky too, I tried psi for my 85 kg, but after some posts here, I will probably end up a bit higher for a 9,5 mm sag….
As with the ProPedal lever, switch positions and select a setting that reduces suspension movement most effectively while providing the desired amount of bump absorption. Manufacturers have different tunes on the propedal to suit the bike. Take your shock pump with you on the next ride and add or subtract a bit until the bike rides how you want it to ride. I fine the 1st pp setting does fine on ascents. Conversley with an RP23 flat a Yeti ASR the nature of the design means you run a little lower psi than your weight in lbs.
If the pro pedal makes the shock locked out your using too much air. The propedal settings rrp23 my RP23 are: The two ProPedal lever settings are:.
As above shock rated for upto psi, this may overwhelm the damping though rebound so may need a tune to keep it slow enough. Depending on riding style Posted 6 years ago.
I managed to set up the air pressure correctly, but what really surprised me was the side play…will have to use some 0,5 mm spacers for each side… Posted 6 years ago. What fkoat do you guys run? What bike is it? You are a little over that but alot depends on the suspension design and riding style.
I reckon not… Flowt the right air pressure looks to be quite tricky too, I tried psi for my 85 kg, but after some posts here, I will probably end up a bit higher for a 9,5 mm sag… Posted 6 years ago. Posted 6 years ago.
ProPedal damping reduces pedal-induced suspension bob. If you can find your bikes manual on-line gloat should be able to get the intiial setup info in that, most people will then adjust this to suit their own riding style. Switch between positions and select the one that reduces suspension movement most effectively while providing the desired amount of bump absorption.
The three ProPedal knob settings are:.
If this residual air sleeve lubricant is not present, this is an indication that the air sleeve should be re-lubricated. The propedal settings for my RP23 are:. You can also view a Flash video on Setting Sag.
For more precise ProPedal tuning and to further eliminate pedal-induced bob while maintaining bump compliance, adjust the ProPedal knob. Some other things to consider for all shock models:.
For slower reboundturn the red adjuster knob clockwise. At just over kg I run circa lb on my Alpine.
I managed to set up the air pressure correctly, but what really surprised me was the side play…will have to use some 0,5 mm spacers for each side…. Have a look at the setup guide here: Because suspension designs and riding skills vary, optimal settings can vary from bike to bike and rider to rider.
The Spark needs a medium tune at least.