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Fox has their inertia valved forks (expensive!) and to some extent their threshold adjustable lockouts can provide some stable platform, but with their innovative propedal and the new adjustable RP3 shock, is 2006 the year when fox brings out a more generic stable platform damping system to their terrific line of forks?

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Little Willy said:
Fox has their inertia valved forks (expensive!) and to some extent their threshold adjustable lockouts can provide some stable platform, but with their innovative propedal and the new adjustable RP3 shock, is 2006 the year when fox brings out a more generic stable platform damping system to their terrific line of forks?
ProPedal is just more slow-speed compression dampening.

I heard at one point it was going into both the 36 and 40. However even if it didn't you should be able to approximate it on the 36/40 with more slow speed compression/less high speed (assuming there's enough dampening range - though fox has had problems with this up until 05).

For Float/Vanilla's you may be able to do it with an 05 dampener (don't know how much they increased the range).

Though I believe this is right up Push's alley.
 
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