Marzocchi 66 RCV 2010 Forks

5/5 (1 Reviews)

Product Description

  • RV (Air Preload, Rebound)
  • CV (Coil Preload, Compression)
  • Alloy Steer Tube and Crown
  • 38mm Alloy Stanchions

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Kanza

Date Reviewed: June 3, 2012

Strengths:    Stiff with zero flex. Really well engineered progression through the travel.

Weaknesses:    None - really.

Bottom Line:   
Awesome fork for those that need and can use the strength, stiffness and big hit control.

The progression throughout the travel is superb with a high ramp up near the end of the stroke to soak up big hits with ease. Small bump compliance when running very low (or zero) PSI air assist is equally good as the big hit control. Really well engineered.

Stiff and strong, with zero flex and will handle full on downhill runs, drops, rocks, whatever you throw at it. The stanchions and whole fork is incredibly strong. It's heavier than other forks, but nothing compares to the stiffness, plushness and strength. Get the oil levels right, set air pressure for your weight and needs. Marzocchi's perhaps need a bit more 'tuning' than other offerings but once you get them dialled in and understand them, they are superb.

Have been riding Marzocchi's since the late 90's and the latest 66's (any of them) are the best forks I've ever ridden. No problems with it at all. Never have to think about this fork, it will handle all you can throw at it, eat it up and ask for more.

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Similar Products Used:   FOX, RS, etc...many types.

Bike Setup:   For gravity Enduro/Avalanche.
Cove G-Spot, Marz 66 RCV, TF Tuned FOX VanR, Saint components.

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CONFUSED with my fork (marzocchi 66 rcv 2010)

I am trying to understand my marzocchi fork (66 rcv 2010). Seems like everybody has a different opinion. It has two ways of setting preload. Coil-preload AND air-preload. I just like to know which one I should use, and why, and what the other one is for, or how i should combine them. I mailed mar ... Read More »

Marzocchi 66 RCV Compression Rebound knobs

Are these supposed to click? Mine don't. Also the compression side is leaking oil. I haven't even had this thing out on the trail yet.Read More »

Can't get enough sag for my fork (2009 Marzocchi 66 RCV)

Hey guys, I was starting to dial in my 2009 Marzocchi 66 RCV last night. I got on with my full face helmet and clothes and made sure that the fork doesn't have air in both legs. I sat on and got 1.5" of sag. 1.5" = 38.1mm. The fork is 180mm of travel. So 38.1/180x100 = 21%of sag. When ... Read More »

Need work on my Marzocchi 66 RCV - What tools/hardware would I need?

Hey guys, I am planning on replacing the oil, preload and possibly seals (if needed) but I am not certain on what tools would I require. I have the major regular tools such as socket set and allen wrenches but I am not sure what casette tool I would need to remove the lockring. I've read peopl ... Read More »

Marzocchi 66 RCV fork - determine air pressure in fork?

Hey guys, I want to setup my Marzocchi 66 RCV fork to my body weight compared to what the previous owner was dialed in at. I have a sette universal shock/fork pump but I am not sure how I can determine the current amount of PSI or how I can empty the cartridges and fill them with the amount of pr ... Read More »

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