Manitou Marvel Pro 2011 Forks

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Product Description

  • Travel: 100, 120
  • Spring: ISO Air
  • Bottom Out: Rubber Bumper
  • Steerer: 1.5 Tapered
  • Rebound Damping: Adjustable TPC (cartridge)

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Manitou Marvel Pro- No lock-out or rebound

So, i'm familiar with servicing my Rockshox Reba, Recon, and Sid. Now, i decided to service my Marvel Pro (MY'12). I measured 10cc of oil and put it into the damper leg. Cycled it about 5-10 times then filled it to the recommended oil height (108mm from top of oil to top of threads). Reinsta ... Read More »

argyles or marvel pro?

I'm looking to upgrade my broken forks for something with decent adjustability. Ive norrowed it down tive narrowed it down to argyles or marvel pros. I have a dirt jumper but don't hit any thing massive. Would it be worth paying abit more for the argyles? Or would the marvel pro hold out on easy ... Read More »

Manitou Marvel Pro or X Fusion Velvet RL ?

Thinking about replacing the fork on my Superlight (26"). Between the 2 forks- 2012 Marvel Pro and 2013 Velvet RL - (in 120mm), which one should I prefer and why ? ThxRead More »

Manitou Marvel Pro 26" vs Recon Gold SL 27.5

With the insanely cheap prices on the Marvel pro's I'm considering one for my Anthem 27.5, should be a minimum 1/2 pound or more lighter than the Recon with what is presumably a far superior damper system and chassis than the Recon. Anyone NOT like the 2013+ Marvel Pro's for trail/XC and occasion ... Read More »

Manitou Marvel Pro at clearance price, again, but what is the hesitation?

$249 from PricePoint and last year Chain Reaction blew them out, yet a whole lotta searching comes up with the usual lack of input. Seems there are a few riders who made the leap of faith purchase but follow-up reports are few and far between. Or you get input about a rider liking another of Mani ... Read More »

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