Fox Racing Float CTD Factory Adjust Boost Valve Rear Shock – Air Shocks
The FLOAT line packs a ton of performance and pedaling efficiency into a lightweight package.
Boost Valve damping can be utilized: at the beginning of the stroke to achieve ProPedal pedaling efficiency. at the end of the stroke to provide a bottomless feel and confidence inspiring ending stroke control throughout the stroke, preventing suspension overshoot and unwanted rider-terrain induced motion.
Use: XC, Trail, All Mountain
Length and Hub: 200mm / 51mm
Boostvalve Tune: 175
Rebound Tune: L
Velocity Tune: L
Big air chamber
ProPedal 3 Position (Light-Medium-Firm), Trail adjust tuning range (1, 2, 3)
Air spring pressure
Scopeof delivery: Incl. bushing set 22 x 8mm / 40 x 8mm
Our patented Boost Valve technology has a lot going in its tight little package. Simply put, Boost Valve provides a feeling of endless travel and plushness like that of a downhill rig, but with XCpedalingefficiency.
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175 ID CCZ5
Three distinct pedaling selections (climb, trail, descend). The Trail setting can be further tuned (3 choices; 1, 2, 3) and there is a compression knob for adjusting the rebound. T...view morehe climb setting really limits the pedal bob when climbing, but trail setting also works well. I can barely detect the shock reacting to my pedal strokes. Shock seems to use most of its 2.5 stroke but rarely bottoms out. Shock has a narrower body diameter and the color matches the anodizing of my front fork. Additionally, I got a great price on this from Cambria Bike. After about 10 rides, I'm really happy with it. view less
A: It is a light tune on the shock. You will need to add more air pressure and adjust your setting. If it is still to soft you may need to have it tuned or purchase different shock that is designed for your bike without a bike sepecific tune