SR Suntour Epicon XC 2014 Forks

4/5 (1 Reviews)

Product Description

  • Left Side: New progressive air system
  • Crown: Alloy
  • Stanchion tube: Alloy
  • Pitch: 130mm
  • Brake: Disc (Post mount type: for 160mm rotor)

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Lowkey

Date Reviewed: January 14, 2015

Strengths:    Air fork

Weaknesses:    No Hi and Lo speed compression

Bottom Line:   
Overall is good

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Anyone own a 2014 Epicon XC fork?? travel adjustment advice..

Hi there, I have recently purchased a 2014 edition epicon fork, very nice fork for the money. my question is regarding travel adjustment, it came in stock @ 100mm, i'd like to increase this to 140mm but am unsure if this model goes up to this ? I knew prior incarnations of this model (the X2 ? ) ... Read More »

SR Suntour Epicon XC or Manitou Marvel Comp?

I have a 2010 Fuji Nevada 3.0 26" hardtail. It has it's original Suntour XCT on it and I'm looking at upgrading. Which one is better? The Epicon XC 100mm 9mm QR here: [url=]A ... Read More »

Help with Suntour Epicon XC Sag Settings.

I have a question that I hope this forum might enlighten me if this situation is normal or not. I have 120mm Travel Suntour Epicon XC 2014. If I set the fork sag at 15% (8.5 bar) I will get the full extension while I'm off the bike, but will not use all the available travel. If I set the fork sag ... Read More »

Suntour Epicon XC 2014

I want to replace the stock XCM fork of my 2013 Trek 4300 with the Epicon XC 2014. How is this fork considering performance and durability?Read More »

Suntour epicon xc travel adjustment?

I've looked it up and haven't found any specifics on this fork. I've read 2 different ways to adjust the travel. One way says to dump the oil and take out the cartridge, the other says to take off the lowers and unscrew the damper leg to get to the spring assembly. Anyone know which way is right? ... Read More »

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