Fox Float CTD Problems

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by tille72

A friend of mine recently bought a new Scott Scale 910 2013 and it comes with a Fox float ctd fork. The problem is that the forks 3 different settings Climb, Trail, Descent feels almost the same. I have read from other forums that it has been some problems with Fox new CTD system on Scott bikes? has anyone else got the same problem of this kind?

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by shill

i have one on my new superfly and it rocks. i work in a bike shop and have not heard anything.


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by diesel

Are you experiencing any knocks or loss of rebound?

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by Drappo

I have try one time, and i haven't problem.

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by afalts

My team has a bunch of Scott's with CTD that all work as advertised. I also have a friend who works at a shop that got a demo fleet (5) of Trek Superfly 100's and not a single one of the CTD systems worked, no change when moving the lever.

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by shill

Take the bike to your LBS. I talked with Ed from fox and they are very aware of the problem and wil fix it ASAP. You have 2 options. Have your shop send the fork to fox. Fox will send a 2 day air tag and get your fork back to you in less han a week. The other option is to have fox send the OC Cartridge 2 day air to your shop and have them fix it. It takes about 5 min too install the new cartridge. Do not ride the fork when it stops working. Hope this helps.


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