2014 shown with
Fox 34 Open Bath Cartridge and Adaptor Kit
The best performance modification you will ever do to your fork!
Complete replacement of the damper with our open bath cartridge!
This will make your fork feel like a completely different
fork, because it is!
Open Bath Cartridge and optional ABS system for better lubrication, smoother action and bottomless feel.
External low speed compression and low speed rebound
Internal revalvable custom high speed compression and rebound valving.
Internal Anti-dive MidValving.
Optional ABS when air ramp-up is not enough to prevent bottoming
optional FvAT/HSB System
Self install kit, user serviceable and revalvable
Optional ABS recomended for older non-adjustable air volume systems
ABS not recommended for smaller travel set-ups of 150-120 mm
All cartridges are optimized for current travel.
Talas travel positions are still functional as only
the damper side is modified.
Available for all models, FIT or Evolution, Grip, including 26, 27.5 and 29er
Replacement open bath maintenance free speed
sensitive damper assembly, "set it and forget it"
Weight approx. 300 grams
Need us to install it for you, just send your fork to us and we will install it for $100 including Spectro 85/150 oil.
*Self install kit assumes good working knowledge of internals and service procedures.
For the firmer feel without harshness, have that big hit set-up that still feels plush on square edged bumps!
Currently using Fox air caps adapted to our cartridge rebound adjuster assemblies.
Fox 34 Open Bath
2016-18 shown with optional ABS
2014 shown with optional ABS
Fox 34 Open Bath Cartridge Kit including
Custom valved and set-up to rider weight, ability and riding style
Need to have us install it for you? Ship your fork to us and we can install it for $100 plus shipping, includes Spectro shipping, includes Spectro 85/150 oil.
-Hydraulic bottom out on your cartridge in my 888 is
wonderful. Is it a useful in a trail style air fork? Or should it
be omitted? Or purchased and used as a matter of personal preference/tuning.
In past bottoming my trail fork has never been much of an issue for
me, possibly because I like to keep the air pressure high to keep
the mid stroke firm.
-I'll be running this fork primarily on low speed east
coast chunk with the occasional run down a DH mountain. I assume a
reasonable tune can still be achieved for the low speed trails. A
good average moving speed on my local trails is about 7-8km/h for
a reasonably fit non-pro rider. Very few drops/jumps, nothing bigger
than 2-3 feet on the trail bike. My primary concern would be getting
good brake dive support without an overly harsh feel.
-I see a price drop for air forks on the pike page. Does
this apply to the 34 as well?
-I see on the pike page a compression adjuster knob kit
being available. Available on the fox 34?
Any chance I can get one early. I believe in past you've not wanted
to do a compression adjuster knob due to the risk of damage to the
cartridge, has this been overcome?
-Does the top out spring on the actually get used when
installed? Silly question maybe but it's hard to tell when it's all
in the chassis. Just wondering if it's providing some or most of the
top out force for the fork or if it comes mostly from the air spring
side. I'd have to imagine that if I was running @140mm travel that
the rebound piston assembly would never be touching the spring. Unless
you ship a longer spring for that setup?
-Locally Maxima 85/150 is fairly easily available, but
your recommended golden spectro and the others on the list aren't.
Any thoughts on the maxima fluid?