Marzocchi 380 Master Thread

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Posted: Mar 8, 2018 at 22:03 Quote
ttgtricksh0tzz wrote:
MetalheadWolfRider wrote:
I guess the cr has the same lowers as the c2r2 right?

Identical

thanks, if you read older comments, you can see my lowers are bent, i'm gonna try a CR's lowers to see if that can fix the problem

Posted: Mar 19, 2018 at 17:41 Quote
Does anyone know the weight of your c2r2 ti 2017 straight out of the box?

Mine weights 2,980g, which is notably more than 2.750g of c2r2 ti 2014, which I weighted as well? Does that mean that my 2017 fork has too much oil inside?

Thank you!

Posted: Mar 19, 2018 at 18:06 Quote
Are you sure it's a c2r2 ti?

Posted: Mar 20, 2018 at 6:23 Quote
seismicninja wrote:
Are you sure it's a c2r2 ti?

Yep, 100%.
I bought it brand new from Jenson USA. The barcode on the box and the stickers on the lowers both say "titanium".


My guess, heavier spring (5.5 vs 6.5), plus more oil contribute to the additional weight.

Posted: Mar 20, 2018 at 8:43 Quote
its 2810g according to marzocchi, I'd check the spring is defo ti as the steel is 2980g...

Posted: Mar 20, 2018 at 12:43 Quote
bat-fastard wrote:
its 2810g according to marzocchi, I'd check the spring is defo ti as the steel is 2980g...

Agreed, thank you! Although, if it has a steel spring inside, would be a massive fail. If it even possible given that the fork is labelled as C2R2 Ti?

Posted: Mar 20, 2018 at 12:45 Quote
Consiglori wrote:
bat-fastard wrote:
its 2810g according to marzocchi, I'd check the spring is defo ti as the steel is 2980g...

Agreed, thank you! Although, if it has a steel spring inside, would be a massive fail. If it even possible given that the fork is labelled as C2R2 Ti?

I think only 4.4 spring is Ti. The rest are steel. So it's possible

Posted: Mar 20, 2018 at 12:57 Quote
seismicninja wrote:
Consiglori wrote:
bat-fastard wrote:
its 2810g according to marzocchi, I'd check the spring is defo ti as the steel is 2980g...

Agreed, thank you! Although, if it has a steel spring inside, would be a massive fail. If it even possible given that the fork is labelled as C2R2 Ti?

I think only 4.4 spring is Ti. The rest are steel. So it's possible

I don't think this is accurate. At least their site suggests that 6.5 is ti:
http://www.marzocchi.com/support/forks/2017/2017-380-c2r2-titanium-200.aspx?idC=62354&idM=29897-1696-1588&idMy=29850&idP=29884-805&idS=29867

Part#51:
5141957/P (replaces 8501481>A)
TITANIUM SPRING 38/200/6.5 380/888>10

Posted: Mar 20, 2018 at 14:09 Quote
the 6.5 is ti and should be fitted, mine also came with a 7.5 steel spring as well. some fook whit at factory could of fitted wrong spring.

Posted: Mar 20, 2018 at 14:51 Quote
My 2015 was 2850g with a 6.5 ti spring. 2750g is with the 5.5 spring.

Marzocchi 380 C2R2 Titanium 2015. Straight steerer and Firm 6.5 Ti spring.

Posted: Mar 20, 2018 at 15:08 Quote
staike wrote:
My 2015 was 2850g with a 6.5 ti spring. 2750g is with the 5.5 spring.

Marzocchi 380 C2R2 Titanium 2015. Straight steerer and Firm 6.5 Ti spring.

Thanks a lot! I've just double-checked with the magnet, the spring inside is Ti. I guess, the answer is - a lot of oil inside my fork.

Posted: Mar 20, 2018 at 17:38 Quote
Consiglori wrote:
seismicninja wrote:
Consiglori wrote:


Agreed, thank you! Although, if it has a steel spring inside, would be a massive fail. If it even possible given that the fork is labelled as C2R2 Ti?

I think only 4.4 spring is Ti. The rest are steel. So it's possible

I don't think this is accurate. At least their site suggests that 6.5 is ti:
http://www.marzocchi.com/support/forks/2017/2017-380-c2r2-titanium-200.aspx?idC=62354&idM=29897-1696-1588&idMy=29850&idP=29884-805&idS=29867

Part#51:
5141957/P (replaces 8501481>A)
TITANIUM SPRING 38/200/6.5 380/888>10

Ah ok my bad. Thanks for clearing that up.

Posted: Mar 21, 2018 at 6:25 Quote
seismicninja wrote:

Ah ok my bad. Thanks for clearing that up.

No worries at all! Thank you for your responses!

Posted: Apr 8, 2018 at 4:36 Quote
Where are you guys getting replacement bushings? They've finally worn down after 1.5 years daily riding

Posted: Apr 15, 2018 at 17:09 Quote
So I'm looking to pick up the 2017 r2c2 from Jenson to replace my boxxer team. How does this fork compare to late 888 models? Overall, how do you all like it? And also, what do I have to do to it out of the box? Are the 17 and 18s the same?? Thanks!


 
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