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i have the talas rl(because they don't bring apparently the rlc where i live!!!!)
anyway,i was wondering if it is possible to send it to a fox service center and add the copmression in the fork.is something like this possible?any ideas how much would something like that cost?
 

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paps said:
i have the talas rl(because they don't bring apparently the rlc where i live!!!!)
anyway,i was wondering if it is possible to send it to a fox service center and add the copmression in the fork.is something like this possible?any ideas how much would something like that cost?
Its likely possible to do it, but probably pretty expensive. It would at the very least require changing a whole slew of stuff in the top cap, thats where the lockout and low-speed compression circuits are.
 

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paps said:
i have the talas rl(because they don't bring apparently the rlc where i live!!!!)
anyway,i was wondering if it is possible to send it to a fox service center and add the copmression in the fork.is something like this possible?any ideas how much would something like that cost?
Push Industries should have their Fox fork mods available very soon. They have prototypes out now and should be in production shortly. With Push, the compression adjustment will set the platform and the lockout lever turns the platform on and off. Of course, with Push you get full custom shim stacks and much improved damping piston with separate high and low speed circuits, same as rear. Slow speed rebound damping which is still adjusted with the red knob and the high speed is internally preset. They are working with Fox to get parts so they can update the R and RL models as well. This is going to make a good fork even better.

Keep posted to this board for more details as they become available.
 

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that does sound nice indeed!however i have to say that i live in europe,which is surely an extra hindering fact,i suppose i have to contact them to see if the ship to europe etc. i will consider it seriously if there's no service center that can do this inside th eu.anyway,thanks for the info.do they have any website or mail to contact them in case?
 
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