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Installing Your Shock | General Maintenance | Before You Ride | Measuring Sag | Setting Sag | Adjusting Rebound | ProPedal | Service
Intervals | Important Safety Information | Stuck Down Shock | Air Sleeve Maintenance

0.45 lbs./205
weight g
(6.50" x 1.50"
No reducers)

high volume
standard air
with 2
positions, air

spring air

intended all-mountain,
use cross-

Installing Your Shock
If you are installing your shock on a bike in which the shock is not original equipment:
1. Install the shock.
2. Remove the main air chamber air cap and let all the air out of the main air chamber.
3. Carefully cycle the suspension through its entire travel.
4. Check that all parts of the shock are clear of the frame and swingarm as it cycles through the travel.
5. Pressurize your main air chamber to a minimum of 50 psi and no more than 300 psi. You will tune to a more specific air pressure in the Setting
Sag section below.
6. Set sag.

General Maintenance
There may be a small amount of air sleeve lubricant residue on the body. This is normal. If this residual air sleeve lubricant is not present, this is an
indication that the air sleeve should be re-lubricated. Some other things to consider for all shock models:
If you ride in extreme conditions, service your shock and air sleeve more frequently. Check the maintenance schedule for your shock.
Wash your shock with soap and water only.

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31/7.7 2. turn the red adjuster knob clockwise. The rebound knob has 8-10 clicks of adjustment. The two ProPedal lever settings are: OPEN PROPEDAL Use each setting to adjust the shock for different riding conditions and situations./mm) 1.25/6.8 .4 1.4 .38/9.7 ./mm) (in.. 2 of 3 20/10/2015 11:18 AM . The shock should not be used if any of the exterior parts appear to be damaged. Setting Sag You can also view a Flash video on Setting Sag. Screw the FOX Racing Shox High Pressure Pump onto the air valve until the pump shows pressure on the gauge.com/fox_tech_center/owners_manuals/07/eng/rear_. Please contact your local dealer or FOX Racing Shox for further inspection and repair. Locate the Schrader air valve on the shock and remove the air valve cap. turn the red adjuster knob counterclockwise.44/11. Clean the outside of your shock with soap and water and wipe dry with a soft dry rag. 5. If loose. Continue if the sag is not to specification. Internal service should be performed by FOX Racing Shox or an Authorized Service Center. Check that brake cables or hoses are properly fastened. Unthread the pump from the air valve and measure sag. Refer to the Air Spring Setting Guidelines table below for the proper sag setting. and changes with rider weight. 3.1 .4 . Check headset adjustment.9 1. 3. and compare it to the recommended sag setting shown in the Air Spring Setting Guidelines table below.. For faster rebound. Inspect entire exterior of shock for damage.1 . Check that the front and rear brakes operate properly on flat land. Before You Ride 1. 4. For example. Do not use a high pressure washer to clean your shock. 4.50/38. Measure sag.25/31. Check that quick-release levers (or thru-axle pinch bolts) are properly adjusted and tightened.25/57.ridefox. A rule of thumb is that rebound should be as fast as possible without kicking back and pushing the rider off the saddle. The proper rebound setting is a personal preference. 2. 2. 5. AIR SPRING SETTING GUIDELINES Shock Travel Sag (in.00/25. To set sag: 1. use PROPEDAL for riding to the top of the mountain.56/14. 6.50/12. ProPedal damping reduces pedal-induced suspension bob. then replace the air valve cap.5 1.2 Adjusting Rebound Rebound controls the rate at which your shock returns after it has been compressed. adjust according to manufacturer’s recommendations. ProPedal The ProPedal lever allows for on-the-fly ProPedal adjustment.1 2. riding style and conditions. Do not over-tighten. 6. Do not use a high pressure washer on your shock.00/50. and then switch to OPEN for the descent. Add air pressure until desired pressure is shown on the gauge. Repeat steps 2-5 until proper sag is achieved.FLOAT RP2 http://www.75/44. For slower rebound.

FLOAT RP2 http://www..ridefox. eng055 Bushing Technology & Inspection | Seals & Foam Rings | Control Direction | Oil Volumes | Structural Inspection | Dropout Thickness Inspection | Torque Values | Unit Conversion | Suspension Tuning Tips | Using the Pump | Important Safety Information | Service Intervals | Distributors & Global Service Centers | Contact FOX | Warranty Information 3 of 3 20/10/2015 11:18 AM .. Switch between positions and select the one that reduces suspension movement most effectively while providing the desired amount of bump absorption. pedal the bicycle and monitor the shock movement.com/fox_tech_center/owners_manuals/07/eng/rear_. To determine which ProPedal position is better for your condition and situation.