SR Suntour Epicon 27.5 Forks

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Product Description

  • Travel; 100mm, 120mm
  • Stanchion tube diameter: 32mm
  • Pitch: 130mm
  • Lower: Magnesium monocoque / through axle design
  • Brake: Disc (Post mount type: for 160mm rotor)

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Suntour Epicon vs Manitou Marvel

Hi, I've been planning to get a new fork for some time now. I've narrowed my search to these two forks and I was hoping someone who used both forks could give me some good advice on which one is a better choice. Edit: I wrote they are almost the same price, but it's actually 60$ difference which is ... Read More »

So i got a counterfeit suntour epicon from China

I received it and it looked funky. I took a closer look and it's been spray painted with blury stickers applied, and appears to have the rebound cartridge of an x series. So watch out. Their pictures were legit, but what I received is junk. I already filed a claim, hopefully it's resolved quickly. ... Read More »

Epicon Rebound Adjust not noticeable?

Hi all, I just purchased a new Suntour Epicon 27.5 100mm from Amazon last week. Got it delivered and had my LBS install it. Everything else seems to work properly, but the rebound adjust doesn't seem to work. I can twist the red button and it's fine and I do hear slight clicks, but when I press do ... Read More »

Suntour Epicon Forks not suitable for jumps.& drops???

Jumps & drops are an integral part of AM Mountain Biking. On page 1 of the Suntour manual, it shows the Epicon's intended uses to include All Mountain mountain biking. I was impressed with the Suntour Epicon forks until I read the following disclaimer in the manual: "Please note that the AX ... Read More »

Suntour Epicon vs. Rockshox Tora SL

Hi guys, newbie here. Was just wondering, which should I keep and which should I sell? [B]2013 Suntour Epicon X1 vs. 2010 Rockshox Tora SL Coil[/B] The Epicon is an air fork while the Tora still runs on coils. Am not sure which of the two actually performs better. The fork will be mostly used fo ... Read More »

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