Originally Posted by Crash21
I think I set the main chamber first then the evolv. I think once you give them a call you will get it straightened out quick
I hope so, but I think I'm taking them off for Sundays ride. Not to sure about the way the front end compresses and doesn't pop back up. Not to mention the ride height is low even w/out compressing.
But there manual clearly says evol chamber 1st them main. And the main is smaller, makes me wonder?
setting up the
float x evol
Follow these steps in order to setup your
FLO AT X EVOL shocks:
step 1 Ensure that your ATV is safely supported
on a stand with the front wheels off
the ground and the suspension fully
step 2 Set the desired pressure in the EVOL
air chamber using the FO X pump (see
using the FOX pump on page 5).
When making air pressure
adjustments, always adjust the
EVOl air chamber first.
step 3 Set the desired pressure in the MAIN
step 4 Lower the vehicle off the stand.
Measure and set rider sag, as described
in the next section.
You should be able to see a small
line of oil on the outside of the
shock, which indicat es the maximum
compression of the shock. You can
measure the location of this line
as a useful reference of maximum
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Last edited by M_Quick; 10-19-2013 at 05:59 PM.