How does Fox boost valve work?

How does Fox boost valve work?

Fox boost valve is in the compression fluid flow channel, having variable port size which closes smaller restricting fluid progressively as the shaft displacement’s reserve chamber air or nitrogen pressure increases during compression travel.

How much air should be in a Fox Float CTD?

Pressurize your main air chamber to a minimum of 50 psi and no more than 300 psi.

What is Fox Float CTD?

FLOAT CTD w/Adj model shocks feature a three-position Trail Adjust control that regulates low-speed compression damping only in Trail mode. 1 is the softest setting, 2 is the medium setting, and 3 is the firmest setting.

Does Fox Float CTD have lockout?

CTD stands for Climb, Trail and Descend and it is compression damping, not “lockout”.

Does Fox Float DPS have lockout?

Fox Float X2 Factory You get all the bells and whistles here, high and low speed compression damping adjustment, high and low speed rebound damping adjustment and an optional 2-position Open/Firm lever that acts like a ‘lockout’ or climb switch.

Does the Fox Float DPS lockout?

The Fox DPS shock has no actual lockout in the sense the shock “locks” out. The shock has three settings, Open, Medium and Firm, with the Firm setting being exactly what it sounds like, firm. Unlike the prior Fox lockouts, the shock will cycle in the firm setting if it takes a heavy hit.

How much travel does a Fox Float RP23 have?

the bike comes with a fancy Fox Float RP23, 120mm travel. Best of both worlds.

What PSI should rear shocks be?

The exact PSI you end up with depends on how plush/firm you want the rear shock to be, but a good starting point is 1 psi for 1 lbs in weight of the rider (including riding gear).

Can you rebuild a Fox shock?

FOX’s shocks are ‘serviceable’ – meaning each shock can be rebuilt with new internals, and a new nitrogen gas charge can be applied to the shock, complete ride refreshment.

Are there any updated boost valve parts for CTD BV shocks?

Some CTD BV shocks have been built with the updated Boost Valve parts. Please visit the Technical Service Bulletin to learn about the updated Boost Valve parts: Tsb – SHOCK- Updated Boost Valve Parts for FLOAT Shocks » After replacing all seals and any worn or damaged valve shims, reassemble and stage the stack as shown and set it aside for now.

How do I replace the piston on my float CTD boost valve?

If you are servicing a FLOAT CTD Boost Valve Remote shock, go to the CTD Remote Eyelet section » Using a 9 mm wrench, remove the piston nut. Be careful not to lose the 4 x 10 valve shim that can stick to the nut.

What is the difference between the float CTD and float X?

As one might expect from a larger shock designed to hold a higher volume of oil, the Float X is approximately 157g heavier than a standard Float CTD shock. Compared to the DHX Air, the Float X weighs approximately 85g less, with more external adjustments.

How do I adjust the CTD lever on my ATV?

Rotating 120° between Descend mode position (shown below), change to Trail mode (when the CTD lever is positioned in line with the shock), and Climb mode (when the CTD lever is turned all the way clockwise, to the left).

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