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Jan 16, 2020 at 16:42
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Jan 16, 2020 at 16:41
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Fox DPX2 Performance Elite 205 x 57.5

$150 USD
***Needs a damper bleed*** (or a full rebuild) This is a DPX2 Performance Elite (3 position, 10 or so clicks of LSC) off of a Sentinel. Selling because I am trying out coil. Can be rebuilt to anywhere between 65 and 57.5mm stroke. Good condition with only one small scratch on the body, just makes a squishy sound when it's compressed and I don't have the tools or potentially the talent to bleed it. Will come with .6, .8, and .9 volume spacers (.8 and .9 are custom made, I can get you the exact volumes if you care). Tune ID DD2B Hardware not included, travel o-ring included but not pictured.

Rode in Salt Lake City. view ridelog
Jan 9, 2020 at 15:53
Jan 9, 2020
quotes Extra drops laps
5.8 km - 00:21
Rode in Salt Lake City. view ridelog
Jan 9, 2020 at 15:25
Jan 9, 2020
quotes Pretty decent lap actually
6.6 km - 00:30
Rode in Salt Lake City. view ridelog
Jan 7, 2020 at 15:40
Jan 7, 2020
quotes SNOW RIDE YEEEEW
17.6 km - 01:13
Rode in John Bryan State Park. view ridelog
Dec 26, 2019 at 14:06
Dec 26, 2019
quotes Jb rip
26.4 km - 01:33 - 2 achievements
Rode in Green River. view ridelog
Dec 13, 2019 at 14:54
Dec 13, 2019
quotes Speed run
1,935 m - 00:32
CobyCobie mikekazimer's article
Dec 5, 2019 at 15:28
Dec 5, 2019
Ask Pinkbike: Crash-Proof Rain Jackets, Shock Setup, Bike Sizing, & a Degreaser Dilemma
I think most people in his weight range run body weight +45psi, so 230-235 might be a good guess. Their recommended sag is correct if you use their method, which is no weight on the bars, just sit on the seat and lift your feet off of the ground (for real, go look at their setup guide). For those talking about the spacer deal: The shock is actually a 65mm with 7.5mm of travel reducing spacers. So a much lower compression ratio than it's designed for. It should be ok to run massive spacers.
CobyCobie mikekazimer's article
Dec 5, 2019 at 14:41
Dec 5, 2019
Ask Pinkbike: Crash-Proof Rain Jackets, Shock Setup, Bike Sizing, & a Degreaser Dilemma
One interesting thing to note from Transition is their guide says to sit on the seat (dropper down) and then just lift your legs off the ground to set sag. This puts zero weight on the bars. With this method, I've found my preferred setup to be 225psi (for my 180ish lb riding weight). That gives me the same 30-31% sag. I imagine that using a more traditional method of setting sag (with any weight at all on the bars) would put me in the ~25% range. As you said, fast rebound (2 clicks from open) Not much compression, 0-3 clicks from open depending on how many braking bumps there are. Page 3: https://www.transitionbikes.com/PDF/GiddyUpTwoDotOhhSetupGuide.pdf
Rode in Amasa Back. view ridelog
Nov 30, 2019 at 14:47
Nov 30, 2019
quotes Rather large Moab ride 2
26.8 km - 03:20 - 7 achievements
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