Jump out of the shuttle truck, pad up, and go huck your meat. The Marzocchi 888 RC3 Evo Ti Fork soaks up every bump on the mountain, big or small, with ease. The 888's 200 millimeters of tuneable travel make all but the most massive drops feel like landing bunnyhops on a BMX bike.
Weaknesses: Too early to tell at this point. But most likely it's me.
My first impression is how smooth the fork feels. Even with a spring that is rated for a lower rider weight it doesn't go through the travel like the Fox. This fork handles big hits with ease and can still take the rocks and roots without knocking you off your line.
just purchased some lightly used 888's and want to strip them down to regrease etc before use. Any idea where I can get a workshop manual? I'm used to running 40's which were straight forward, so hope these turn out to be the same.
Also, I've noticed that these won't extend back fully ... Read More »
My shop just got in a 2012 888 rc3 EVO ti and I'm really liking it even though I wanted a Fox 40. I've never seen a 40 come back and rarely hear of any issues with them. The thing is that the 888 looks really nice and feels real good too. Not that I've ridden it, but the typical rundown of adjusting ... Read More »