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I just bought a 2003 Rocky Mountain ETSX-30 with a Rock Shox BAR. I gave it about 210-220 psi (I am about 215 lbs.), took it for an EASY ride, and by the time I got back, it was down to about 70-80 lbs. How long should it hold a decent pressure? :confused:
 

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I just bought a 2003 Rocky Mountain ETSX-30 with a Rock Shox BAR. I gave it about 210-220 psi (I am about 215 lbs.), took it for an EASY ride, and by the time I got back, it was down to about 70-80 lbs. How long should it hold a decent pressure? :confused:
That shock is not holding air. Get it into warranty service. Shocks are known to lose a little psi maybe, but to loose that much means that shock has the runs and it's leaking.

The Float on my old Superlight was so reliable, that I would only check the air on it once a month.
 
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