More than an enduro racing fork. Now equipped with EVOL air springs and new stanchions for unrivalled fine response to small impacts, the 36 works even more evenly than before.
The exceptionally strong 36 comes with an even wider range of damper and axle options, including Boost and Performance Elite models. This has already made them extremely popular with demanding trail bikers and enduro racers.
Now in its fourth generation, the patented, closed FIT4 damping system (Fox Isolated Technology) equips the driver with three different positions of compression damping: Open, Medium and Firm. This allows the damping to be perfectly adapted to changing trail conditions. The Factory Series models are characterised by the low-speed pressure stage adjustment in open mode, which can be adjusted broadband in 22 clicks. This allows the driver to adjust the fork exactly to his preferences. The FIT4 damping cartridge has been extensively revised on the basis of the award-winning HSC/LSC damper structure. The result is a significantly more powerful damper in all fork series. For this year Fox has given the FIT4 shock a new set-up, which provides even more sensitivity and at the same time produces a fork that always offers sufficient support in rough terrain.
FLOAT AIR SPRING
Patented air transfer port system
The FLOAT air spring system reduces the breakaway torque and thus offers a highly sensitive fork and full comfort even with small impacts. And this for every type of driver and at the most varied air pressure.
Similar to the FLOAT struts, the FLOAT suspension system features a positive and a negative air chamber, which automatically balance each other when driving. Every driver enjoys the advantages of the correct, precisely balanced air pressure in both air chambers. The progression of the spring characteristic curve can be adjusted with the air volume spacers - which enables every driver to precisely adjust the characteristics of the air spring.
AIR VOLUME SPACERS
The FLOAT air suspension of the Fox forks and struts can be fine-tuned by using volume spacers to adjust the suspension elements more progressively or less progressively. This allows the driver to fine tune the suspension exactly to his needs.