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Posted: May 8, 2024 at 6:02 Quote
LSdh9 wrote:
!! HELP NEEDED !!
Silver knob on top of left leg is the spring preload adjuster.
On the right leg, Silver knob at bottom of the fork is High speed rebound. Red is low speed rebound
On top, Orange is High speed compression, and gold is Low speed compression

Posted: May 9, 2024 at 0:50 Quote
Hi , my problem is that it won’t reattach

Posted: May 9, 2024 at 2:28 Quote
You will need to be more specific. Which knob snapped off? The one on the top of the left leg (spring preload) or the small one of the bottom of the right leg (high speed rebound)

I am guessing it is the one on top left. If that's the case, you have probably broken the top off the center stud of the preload adjuster. Use a large socket or crescent wrench to unscrew and remove the top cap.

If the snapped off piece is not just inside the adjuster, you will have to remove the spring, tip out the oil and hope it comes out with the oil.

Posted: May 10, 2024 at 0:41 Quote
travel reduction to aboot 170/180mm
is it possible?
Thinking of putting my 380 on my tranny scout Eek

Posted: May 11, 2024 at 13:40 Quote
I’ve bought a new black part for the fork, the part that the preload knob sat on. I believe this will fix my problem of being able to adjust the compression but I do not know how to reattach the knob

Posted: May 14, 2024 at 11:50 Quote
Hi, I’ve got my 2015 Marz 380 c2r2’s working finally but I’m getting 140 travel at most. Can this be adjusted or do I need a softer spring? I’m 62kg

Posted: May 14, 2024 at 12:00 Quote
LSdh9 wrote:
Hi, I’ve got my 2015 Marz 380 c2r2’s working finally but I’m getting 140 travel at most. Can this be adjusted or do I need a softer spring? I’m 62kg

If it's the standard firm 6.5nm then you'd be better with a 5.5nm medium. An 888 after 2010 is same spring. Also bottom out elastimer can be too long as well that most people cut.
I'd swap you a medium if it's the firm.

Posted: May 14, 2024 at 12:11 Quote
bat-fastard wrote:
LSdh9 wrote:
Hi, I’ve got my 2015 Marz 380 c2r2’s working finally but I’m getting 140 travel at most. Can this be adjusted or do I need a softer spring? I’m 62kg

If it's the standard firm 6.5nm then you'd be better with a 5.5nm medium. An 888 after 2010 is same spring. Also bottom out elastimer can be too long as well that most people cut.
I'd swap you a medium if it's the firm.

So is there no other way to use more travel other than getting a softer spring?

Posted: May 14, 2024 at 12:14 Quote
Go off bigger drops

Posted: May 14, 2024 at 12:16 Quote
eshew wrote:
Go off bigger drops

Posted: May 14, 2024 at 12:17 Quote
LSdh9 wrote:
bat-fastard wrote:
LSdh9 wrote:
Hi, I’ve got my 2015 Marz 380 c2r2’s working finally but I’m getting 140 travel at most. Can this be adjusted or do I need a softer spring? I’m 62kg

If it's the standard firm 6.5nm then you'd be better with a 5.5nm medium. An 888 after 2010 is same spring. Also bottom out elastimer can be too long as well that most people cut.
I'd swap you a medium if it's the firm.

So is there no other way to use more travel other than getting a softer spring?

Also how do I find out what spring I have

Posted: May 14, 2024 at 12:34 Quote
LSdh9 wrote:
LSdh9 wrote:
bat-fastard wrote:


If it's the standard firm 6.5nm then you'd be better with a 5.5nm medium. An 888 after 2010 is same spring. Also bottom out elastimer can be too long as well that most people cut.
I'd swap you a medium if it's the firm.

So is there no other way to use more travel other than getting a softer spring?

Also how do I find out what spring I have

Pull spring out, there should be markings or bit of colour paint on it.

Posted: May 14, 2024 at 13:34 Quote
LSdh9 wrote:
bat-fastard wrote:
LSdh9 wrote:
Hi, I’ve got my 2015 Marz 380 c2r2’s working finally but I’m getting 140 travel at most. Can this be adjusted or do I need a softer spring? I’m 62kg

If it's the standard firm 6.5nm then you'd be better with a 5.5nm medium. An 888 after 2010 is same spring. Also bottom out elastimer can be too long as well that most people cut.
I'd swap you a medium if it's the firm.

So is there no other way to use more travel other than getting a softer spring?

Also how do I find out what spring I have

Posted: May 14, 2024 at 13:35 Quote
[Quote="LSdh9"]
LSdh9 wrote:
bat-fastard wrote:


If it's the standard firm 6.5nm then you'd be better with a 5.5nm medium. An 888 after 2010 is same spring. Also bottom out elastimer can be too long as well that most people cut.
I'd swap you a medium if it's the firm.

So is there no other way to use more travel other than getting a softer spring?

Also how do I find out what spring I (edit I didn’t mean to put this twice /Quote]

Posted: May 14, 2024 at 13:41 Quote
Could anyone send a link for a softer spring I can use for Marzocchi 380 c2r2 please


 


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