The 2011 55 continuesThe lightweight longTravel legacy Marzocchipioneered way back in 97. With features like buttery smooth RC3 open bath damper, Hi/Lo Compression, all NEW bushing design and 20mmthru axle,This lightweight longTravel fork is ready for some serious riding! 160mmTravelTitanium coil spring w/ adjustable preload RC3 open bath damper Hi/Lo compression Adjustable rebound Alloy steerTube Alloy crown 35mm Nickel coated alloyTapered stanchions Fitted and slotted bushings Post mount disc
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Just changed the oil in my 55 EVO Ti V2 last night. Dampener side oil looked great (I haven't had the fork very long). On the spring side the oil looked like jelly. I was thick and came out in globs. The sleeve that isolates the spring from the inside of the stanchion tube was extremely brittle ... Read More »
A buddy has a 2013 55 rc3 ti but says that it goes through it's travel to easily. He called Marz and they told him to 'add oil'. Chris doesn't know the fork that well so he didn't ask what side or anything, but mentioned '260'. I take it that Mars is recommending to add 30cc to the spring side? How ... Read More »
Just got an sc bullit with the 55 rc3 ti on it. I've jumped it a little bit and its doing well. Anyone out there whos had this fork know its limits? I want to start hitting some bigger doubles on it but I'm not sure how big is too big for it.Read More »
looking to buy MZ55 RC3 Ti..
having trouble finding what rider weight the standard Ti spring is designed for?
I know you can adjust air preload, but have heard with too much pressure it reduces the sensitivity...any experiences of this?
Im 88Kg riding weight (194lb)
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Any one with info on the 2013 fork. I am seriously considering it for my 2013 sworks enduro. Mainly for the bike parks but wounded how it would do for every day riding too. They seemed to have came a long way from the past couple of years and it has gotten a good review from bike Radar last year a ... Read More »