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Fox DPX2 rebound damping

SonnyCowing98SonnyCowing98 Posts: 10
edited April 2019 in MTB workshop & tech
I’ve just purchased a new bike that has came fitted with a fox DPX2 shock. I’ve been playing with the rebound damping but have noticed not much difference from fully open (fast) to fully closed (slow).

Has anyone else Noticed this?

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  • steve_sordysteve_sordy Posts: 2,016
    Is that whilst riding it over rough ground or just up and down the street?
  • Is that whilst riding it over rough ground or just up and down the street?

    I noticed the lack of variation when I was testing the shock but compressing it whilst stationary. (Pushing down on the seat fast)
  • steve_sordysteve_sordy Posts: 2,016
    The best test is to ride it, but for a static test, wind the rebound dial all the way one way and then do the push test. Then wind it all the other way and repeat. If you can't tell the difference then, there is something wrong with it.
  • The best test is to ride it, but for a static test, wind the rebound dial all the way one way and then do the push test. Then wind it all the other way and repeat. If you can't tell the difference then, there is something wrong with it.
    Yeah that’s exactly what I’ve done. I’ve got my old bike to compare it to and the difference is night and day. Might have to give the shop a phone. :cry:
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