Fox 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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For those who've sent their DYAD RT2 back to Fox...question

I posted this also in the Shock forum, but doing so here to ask fellow Trigger 29er owners. My 1 year old Fox DYAD was having the problems outlined in the following threads: [url][/url] [url] ... Read More »

DYAD RT2 Shock re-built, feels "notchy"?

My 1 year old Fox DYAD was having the problems outlined in the following thread: [url][/url] So after trying the various tips recommended in the thread with no luck, I sent it in to Fox. I've re-installed it, and the "gap" is ... Read More »

Fox Dyad RT2 Cable Set Screw

I stripped the cable set screw on my Dyad and couldn't find the screw dimensions anywhere online. I was able to source a replacement and thought I would post so that those searching can find the info. The cable set screw is an M3 x 4 mm length. I picked one up from a speciality fasteners store (Pa ... Read More »

Fox dyad rt2 problems

Am loving my Trigger 29er 1, but it has developed a problem With the rear shock. Basically, I was noticing lots of clicking coming from the shock when getting off the bike and it fully retracts. Thought it was a mount, but it wasn't. I later noticed the piston was stuck out About 5-8mm and the click ... Read More »

Word of warning to Dyad RT2 owners

If either of your rebound adjusters doesn't feel like it's clicking right don't screw it out to the full fast! Get it serviced ASAP. I had this problem on Friday and the rebound adjuster shot out along with all the oil and the damper went to full open/out. I'm sending it off to Fox service ce ... Read More »

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