Prototype PUSH Fox 34 Conversion Kit 22

Dyno vids are always cool! Check out this prototype PUSH conversion kit for your Fox 34.



Here is the somewhat ambiguous tease from Darren Murphy of PUSH ...
So the Enduro thing is all the rage these days... I wonder what would happen if we machined a new air top cap and gave these riders the ability to adjust the air volume? Interesting..... What if we then added a conversion kit for the damper based on our successful MX-Tune platform for FOX shocks giving them external High and Low Speed Compression adjustment replacing the CTD top cap? We still need to make fork specific compression knobs to clean it up, but this is one slick 34mm 160mm travel Enduro raging fork! Ta-dah!

Credit: PUSH Industries

sspomer 8/13/2013 10:36 AM

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Not to detract from Push, but since it looks like you're looking for a solution soon, Avalanche has a rebuild/conversion kit.
http://www.avalanchedownhillracing.com/Fox%2040/Fox%2034%20Open%20Bath%20Cartridge%20Kit.htm

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Yes we will be offering a Talas version. As for a link, there isn't one yet as we are just finishing up the details.

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So the damper is better but too bad you still have that crappy Fox chassis to deal with. Just polishing a turd at this point.

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let me know when the hi/lo comp will replace the CTD in the rear shock. why do manufacturers have such an issue with real compression adjustments for rear air shocks designed for trail use?

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Easier to manufacture, and nice a dumbed down for the masses so the average bike shop employee can understand it enough to explain it t the average consumer. It's all about selling, not riding.

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Some of the older FOX forks definitely had pretty progressive air springs but the new generation left side air assembly is quite linear. That's why we're offering a 5cc, 7.5cc, and 10cc volume reduction kit so that end users can fine tune it to their liking and riding style.

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I didn't think Fox forks had enough volume in the air spring as it is... So, do we have to do the air spring mod first to make the volume adjustable cap worthwhile?

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So the left fork cap will replace the travel adjust cap on a Talas? Or do the chips work with the existing cap?

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Hi

Will you be offering a tuning kit for the 831 for as mine seems to blow through the travel and the rebound is savagely harsh.

Thanks

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