Well I think I may have to give that a try then as fortunately I had a 2019 S-Works frame under warranty after my 2020 Comp frame top shock bolt snapped. I think the shop was as surprised as I was when they rang to say Specialized had sent me an S-Works frame due to the crazy bike demands of...
My 2020 Levo Comp came fitted with a 34.9mm X-Fusion Manic dropper (very average) and I've noticed that the new Levo gen 3 Pro has a Fox Factory Transfer 30.9mm dropper. Presuming the seat stays the same on both the gen2/gen3 frames and with the addition of a shim I believe Fox Factory...
Thanks for the info and knowledge 👌🏼 I will definitely give the shock a chance as it is and spend some time working on the adjustments. With a larger volume token I'm sure I can figure out a tune to suit me without needeing to strip it down and mess with stacks. I mainly ride Trail/Enduro anyway...
Nice one, I just found this info on RideFox:
Valve Stack Assemblies
Valve Stack Assy: 2018 Float DPX2, Linear Rebound Light, LRL
I'm pretty handy but this would be a step too far for me to tune lol, LRF 805-05-363-KIT LRM 805-05-362-KIT
I've ordered some volume tokens because the shock only has a 0.2 fitted and I'll need at least 0.6 or 0.86, I'll give that a go first and see how it goes 👍🏼
This is the tune but what is CL, LRL and Rezi A F F?
I have recently purchased a Fox Factory DPX2 which is in excellent condition and just serviced by myself, my issue is the 'custom tune - DXBQ' is for a Nukeproof Reactor 275 (210x55) and I ride a 2020 Turbo Levo. I believe the Levo would have it's own tune from the factory, so would it be...
This is a tech question mainly with regards to the lower eyelet fitment from Nukeproof Reactor to a 2020 Turbo Levo.
Basically, can this part on the Fox DPX2 be removed from the lower eyelet in order for me to fit it to my
My new Hunt Enduro Wide V2 wheels arrived this week but when I went to fit then the front hub caps did not sit correctly in my Rockshox forks. My old Roval wheel hubs have a larger torque cap which fits snuggly in the recess but these Hunt ones are too small.
These wheels didn't come...
I have recently purchased the Sram GX AXS upgrade kit, new GX 12 speed cassette and chain but do I need to change my chainring with my older setup being 1x11? The chainring is reasonably new and has not done many miles, so to save money I was wondering would they be compatible?
So, after all your words of wisdom I went with the Hunt Enduro Wide in the end as they come with a 3 Yr warranty for £339. Great reviews and my mate said they have been faultless for him over the past 18 months. The difference in price between the the Hunt and DT Swiss rims persuaded me to get...
The DT Swiss Hx 1501 wheels were the top spec aluminium version in 2020-2021 at £900+. The Hunt's have had good reviews and come in cheaper than the Roval Traverse that came fitted on the bike. Mine need a true and I have a flat spot on the rear so OK for a spare if I buy new. My budget is £500...
I'm looking to update my 2020 Levo wheels for something a bit newer and I've narrowed it down to 3 which are all currently on offer :-
Hunt Enduro Wide V2 29 (£339)
Hunt E-Enduro Wide V2 29 (£389)
DT Swiss HX 1501 Hybrid 29 (£415)
What are peoples thoughts and experiences please...