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 I own the new 2010 teams, these are amazing forks I would recommend them to anyone, they are so adjustable and even if all that baffles you, there is a simple picture guide which shows you the exact number of turns of each dial to set them up for specific terrains.

Buy them now!
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 Never let me down in any way, handles any sort of terrain and any style of riding from freedide, dh, to dirt jumps.
Great service from the manufacturer if anything needs replacing.
Easy to self-serivce and keep in a lush condition.
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 I love this fork. i have a 2008 and it just plain does its job. its smooth and great mix of stiff and light. the new standard direct mount between the boxxer's and 40's really up the aval of directmount stems as well so you have choice. im not really a huge fan of the maxel system however.. i think manitou has that one down with the hex-axle. also the boxxer has breakage issue with the lower. although this has not happened to me, i know several friends who have had a brokxxer.
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 i have the 08 one and it is amazing. it is very smooth and looks mint. the floodgate adjust thing is cool but the compression adjuster makes barely any difference, but i don't mind because i like mine soft. it looks sweet with a funn rsx direct mount stem. the maxle is also very strong.
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 one of the better forks on the market, have an 09 version and have used all three models, the race was alright, team is good for price and world cup is well you know world cup standards. its adjustable to within an inch of its life and is awsome, highly recomend
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 I have a 2006 model, but still love it, does the best job over all other forks ive tried, except for my brothers 2009 888 something, but that costed alot more. really light, but could use some external adjustments though. bartle doo.
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 don´t know how the new model works but I have ridden the 08 model and i only can say that it was the best fork i have ever ridden, so sensitive in low speed sections... preferred the team edition in contrast to the world cup model, because i recognized that they perform exactly the same and i thought i was on the safer side with the a bit more heavier team edition concerning the stability
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 very good forks, so smooth and are very hard to bottom out. Also look sweet with the white paint job. Loads of adjustment, so you can get them set up perfect. My forks also came with an extra hard and soft spring and a tall and short crown, so that it is very compatible to any rider/bike. I would say the only down side is the price... but it is worth it as they are one of the best forks you can buy on the market!
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 you can have a same function fork as boxxer world cup,, you'll need to go fast and faster and this fork will work for you .. don't ride in slow because it's not design for slow motion
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 Soft, strong and responsive. The best feeling triple crown fork out there in my mind. With all the basic rebound and comperssion adjustments at easy access, this fork feels better than any marizzochi fork I have ever ridden.
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 Today i just took a gamble and bought an 08 boxxer team off a friend and i couldnt be more happier. So plush and the preformance feels great cant wait to take them to a mountain and let them really shine.
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 I have the 2009 model. This thing is sick! Nice and simple to dial in to your riding style. Great value for the money. Paint comes off a little easy but thats what 3M is for right? You will not regret getting this fork.
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 Bought the 2010 team and i absolutely love it. i know they had some first production run bugs to work out bu mine is a more recent one and I've had 0 problems with it. Hockeynut recommends it
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 Great fork, highly adjustable and it is very plush through and through and never bottoms out. I love the feel of the direct mount stem, it feels like you have much more control of the bike than the old stems.
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 i have the boxxer team fork.and the are very plush compared to my chubby Lts.
great travel and nice adjustments with a easy procedure for maint makes it a great fork in my opinion. THUS i recommend it.
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 RockShox slightly less high end Boxxer fork, the Boxxer Team, features the same dampening system as the World Cup, however uses a Coil spring, instead of a Air Spring like the World Cup model.
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 the best fork i have ever used, even though i still have the 2009 boxxer it is still taking anything i can throw at it. i hope to see what they can come out with next. Smile
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 2009 rock shox boxxer team its a good fork i didnt find any weeknes i jump a 20 foot drop and it was smooth like butter i recommended 100%
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 they are super nice..................
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 2010 Boxxers are amazing, I would take these over 40s almost any day! So smooth and once TF Tuned these forks are just sensual.
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 Plane and simple just great forks tehy'll take what ever you throw at them. Easy to service and a website to tell you everything you need to know about them.
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 The pro's on the BoXXer World cups take out the insides and replace with teams because oil shocks dont blow the seals as often as air does.
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 Sick forks, soo plush with so many adjustments. Just eat up everything and make the ride nice n smooth, definitely worth the cash Smile
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 i think it is a great fork and looks great and good at ripping down big descents! The price is just right for such a high level fork.
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 had mine for a year and still running smooth! good control over compression and damping, i know a few folk who would swear by these.
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 The 2010 Team is a great fork, I've been shreding it up on it! My only complaint so far is that the powdercoating on the crowns is kind of weak.
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 i love these forks, super plush, very light weight at a great price, pros: hucking/freeride and down hill are its sweet spots
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 very nice fork, smooth and fast. It is realy easy to adjust, ednless possibilitiees with the adjustments
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 love this fork if you get it adjusted perfectly you cant compare it to any other shock its simply amazing.
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 I have had my pair 2 years and I love them. They are easy to service, light and tuneable.
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 Super Plush and supple through high and low speed compresion.
New improved damping works amazing.
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 Stiff, light, good range of adjustment and a reasonable price compared to Fox, Marzocchi, BOS and Manitou.
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 2008 boxxer team, amazing feel, great ajustability if properly maintained, overall great performance
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 Not as great with small bump compliance, lightest DH fork on the planet!! Amazing adjustability and stiff!!
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 super plush, lighter than the fox 40. only downfall is the coil for me. I prefer air. but cant afford the wc.
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 es muy liviana resistente y facil de maniobrar en la bici
boxxer es boxxer
y el desempeño en las rutas es muy bueno
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 Good basic DH fork and good replasement for worldcup fork if you dont have enough money to buy that.
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 i own two of these forks and have never had a problem with either of them, these forks make awesome race forks
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 very light fork heaps of ajustment and defo makes a difrance to your riding and look the shiz also good price and strong
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 It's light, super sensitive, smooth, and the adjustments work really well.
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 awsome, i have the 08 and there so awsome!!!!!!!!!!!!
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 just a sweet ride wit em on
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 amazingly smooth and easy to service!
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 i ride a boxxer team and i love it
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 2010 teams!!!
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 recommended it =)
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 ineggo recommend it
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RockShox Boxxer Team (MSRP $947) — RockShox slightly less high end Boxxer fork, the Boxxer Team, features the same dampening system as the World Cup, however uses a Coil spring, instead of a Air Spring like the World Cup model.

Specifications Compare to other Forks

Release Date 2009
Price $947
Weight 2980.10 g
Color Options BoXXer Red, Black, White
Travel 203 mm
Travel - refers to the distance the wheel can move in respect to the frame. Typically measured in millimeters, most forks range from 80 to 203 mm of travel
Spring Coil
Crown Dual
Body Type Magnesium
Rebound external rebound
Rebound - is how quick your fork returns to a fully extended position after being compressed. Almost all after-market forks feature external rebound adjustment for easy fine tuning.
Stanchion material Aluminum
Steer Tube 1.125
Damping Motion Control with BlackBox Speed Stack
Damping - The process of absorbing the energy of impacts transmitted through the forks or rear shock during the compression stroke, and absorbing the energy of the spring during the rebound stroke.
DropOut Options Maxle
Compression low speed compression, high speed compression and internal BlackBox SpeedStack
Compression - This is the damping circuit that absorbs the compression energy force on the damper. Compression damping is used to adjust how quickly a fork or rear shock compresses when hitting a bump, and is adjustable on some products. When compression damping is too soft, this condition allows most of the available travel to be used without attaining control of the wheel. When it's adjusted too firmly, the wheel will jump or "dance" about when hitting small bumps, again failing to gain control of the wheel.
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