Fox Racing Shox Dyad RT2 Rear Shock

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Fox Suspension Cannondale DYAD RT2 Rear ShockThe DYAd RT2 Rear Shock has two modes Elevate a shorter travel, smaller volume air shock for rolling and climbing terrain, and Flow a longer travel, high volume linear air shock for aggressive descending. These can be activated by a handlebar-mounted lever, each mode has its own dedicated damping circuits, fully optimized for the intended terrain. Rather than try to make one shock handle everything, Cannondale were free to create separate suspension responses for different needs, active and super efficient for the flats and climbs, ultra plush and bottomless for the descents.Switching between the Elevate and Flow modes also changes the bike's sag point and geometry, a feature that Cannondale call Attitude Adjust Geometry. In the Elevate mode, the bike rides higher, resulting in steeper head and seat angles and keeping the rider in a better position for climbing and tight technical terrain. In the Flow mode, the BB drops, lowering the cen

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DYAD RT2 thumb trigger

for the riders on jekyl with dyad rt2 dual shock, is your thumb trigger tight when you flip it? i am wondering if i need to take my ride back to the LBS and get it serviced.Read More »

jeckyll/dyad rt2 remote switch. replacement. . .?

The remote for the dyad shock on my jeckyll is worn out. goes into flow mode no problem, bit sometimes takes 6-8 attempts to lock back in short travel mode.i bought the bike used(6 months old) and used to work a little better but never worked consistently when trying to go back to short travel mode. ... Read More »

fox dyad rt2 setup?

im curious to know how you guys are setup on your fox dyad rt2. what do you have dialed in for short travel and long travels? im still tweaking my rear for the GA trails. Thanks in advance.Read More »

DYAD RT2 Bushing Width?

Anyone know the upper and lower bushing width for the DYAD RT2? I've got a trigger 29er coming, and going to try to sell an RP23 off my old Rize I'm retiring, but first want to know if I should hang on to the RWC needle bearings I installed on it, i.e. whether they might be compatible with the DYAD? ... Read More »

Dyad RT2 lever adjustment

Trigger Carbon 1 with Dyad RT2 shock. I find the lever to be a quite stiff. How much play should it have? or does a teflon cable can make it softer?Read More »

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