Manitou Minute Elite 2010 Forks

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Product Description

  • Damping: TPC
  • Adjustments: Compression, rebound, preload
  • Spring: MARS Air
  • Stanchions: 32mm, Aluminum
  • Casting: One piece Reverse Arch Magnesium

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Need help with Manitou Minute Elite 140 IT

Just bought a brand-new-in-box 2008 Manitou Minute Elite 140 IT for my Ragley Blue Pig build. I had used the 29er (non-IT) version of this fork twice previously and had good success. Took this fork out on its maiden run today and had some problems. Initially, I had planned to remove the IT tr ... Read More »

Help w/ Manitou Minute Elite Suspension Fork 09

Hi, I'm new to the whole MTB thing and right now currently I have a Specialized Hardrock w/ Disc Brakes. I was looking to replace my stock shocks w/ possibly the Manitou Minute Elite Fork. I do downhill riding, for example at Big Bear, and I also do some local stuff where I have to ride uphill fir ... Read More »

Manitou Minute Elite for Slayer SCX70

I just picked up a Slayer SCX70 frame and was looking at this fork. 2007 Manitou Minute Elite 110-140mm/20mm QRTA system It's so hard to justify spending the extra $300 on a Fox fork. Especially when I own 2 Manitous right now and have no issues and they ride awesome. Thoughts?Read More »

manitou minute elite tpc

Ok.. just treated myself to a set of these forks.. but I can not see anywhere, not in the manual it came with or on the net, what the max psi the forks take. It says set it to 50% of my weight for fork of 140mm travel.. but 50% of what, do I just assume it means I set the PSI to 100 for my total ... Read More »

2008 manitou Minute Elite TPC alterations.

Hi there. I have a 2008 Manitou Minute Elite TPC with 120mm travel. It's a pretty good fork for what I paid for it but it bob's a tad too much and suffers from brake dive. I would've liked the absolute version but $$$ were tight at the time. I weigh about 195lbs, about 205-210 fully shod for ridi ... Read More »

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