2021 Fox 38 Performance Elite forks 170mm 29"
Brand new set of forks with uncut steerer tube however they come without box and manuals (these can be found on the Fox site) due to being from a build kit from a bike, however due to delays on the frame we are selling some forks to make room! Axle included
Description of Fox 38 Float Grip2 Performance Elite 29 "Fork - 170mm - 44mm Offset - Tapered - 15x110mm Boost - 2021 - black
The Enduro specialist!
All the revolutionary features of the new FOX 36 packed into a super strong chassis, which was specially developed for tough modern Enduro racing with long suspension travel - the brand new 38 is on the starting line! Whatever gets in your way, you will never tire of gasping for more speed.
- FLOAT EVOL air spring for more comfort
- Revised Grip2 shock for an ultra-precise fit
- Weight-optimized chassis with optimal stiffness-to-weight ratio
- Revised fork designs
- Black anodized struts
More details about the Fox 38 Float Grip2 Performance Elite
Performance Elite forks have the same 7000 Series aluminum tuning options, features, dampers, weight, and dip tubes as the Factory Series, but have black anodized struts in place of the Kashima coating.
The updated GRIP2 shock is the benchmark for unsurpassed ride quality and ultra-precise fit on the fly. For 2021, FOX has taken GRIP2 to the next level by adding proprietary VVC technology to the high-speed compression circuitry. The VVC is a patented variable valve control system that allows external fine tuning of suspension performance. The GRIP2 accomplishes with the turn of a knob what would normally require the long and complicated task of completely disassembling and reassembling the fork. Allows adjustment of high / low speed compression and rebound.
The lightweight FLOAT air suspension system automatically balances the positive and negative air chambers to increase sensitivity and traction, regardless of the air pressure setting. Drivers can fine-tune the characteristics of the positive air suspension using volume spacers. By using a shorter standpipe, weight is saved and a lightweight overall system is created.
El eje flotante puede parecer similar a los ejes, pero en realidad ofrecen una ventaja de rendimiento significativa. Los ejes flotantes proporcionan un movimiento de suspensión mucho más suave en todo el rango de desplazamiento de la horquilla, lo que mejora enormemente la sensibilidad y la calidad general de la conducción. También crea una perfecta alineación del chasis y elimina la fricción no deseada entre las patas de la horquilla superior e inferior.
When a fork is compressed, the volume of air in the dip tubes decreases. The more the fork is compressed, the more the pressure increases. This effect can have the unintended consequence that full suspension travel can no longer be achieved. Channels in dip tubes help reduce the extent of additional pressure rise. Additionally, air vents allow easy pressure compensation at the push of a button.
Stiffness in relation to weight is the ultimate measure of bicycle design. Engineers spend countless hours optimizing this ratio. The all-new lower leg design takes out all the obstacles and saves every possible gram without compromising the stiffness or strength requirements of modern enduro and gravity sports.
Modern frame designs and geometry trends call for modern suspension fork design solutions. The triple clamp is designed to fit perfectly with modern enduro and downhill bikes. State-of-the-art computer technology helped FOX develop an organic lower leg shape that optimizes stiffness with an absolute minimum of material. The elliptical head tube is another way FOX has optimized stiffness in relation to weight. Material is placed only where it is needed and every unnecessary gram has been removed.
No posts found