The new standard in the Enduro segment is anything but a standard product. FOX has given the award-winning 36, tested in the Enduro World Series, a complete fresh treatment and made it even better. Numerous new technologies have been implemented, but the unsurpassed combination of ride quality, tunability, stiffness and weight has remained.
Factory says it all - feature packed and designed to exceed the demands of Factory level riders. Factory series products feature slippery smooth, ultra-durable Genuine Kashima Coat.
The patented FIT4 closed cartridge system provides three on-the-fly compression damping positions (Open, Medium, Firm) to adapt to varying trail conditions. Factory series forks feature an additional 22 clicks of low-speed compression adjust in the Open mode, allowing riders to fine-tune their exact damping preferences. Additionally the low-speed rebound (10 clicks) can be adjusted.
The lightweight FLOAT air spring system automatically equalizes the positive and negative air chambers for increased sensitivity and traction, regardless of the air pressure setting. Riders can fine tune the characteristics of the positive air spring using volume spacers. The shorter upper tube length raises the floor of the magnesium lower leg assembly, creating a hollow lower section and a light overall system.
The floating axle might look similar to other axles, but in fact they offer a distinct performance advantage due to their unique ability to match the exact width of the fork’s wheel mounting surface precisely to the front hub flange spacing, thus creating perfect chassis alignment and eliminating unwanted friction between the upper and lower fork legs. Floating axles provide much smoother suspension movement throughout the entire range of the fork’s travel, notably improving sensitivity and overall ride quality.
As a fork compresses, the air volume within the lower legs decreases, increasing air pressure. The more the fork compresses, the more pressure increases. This effect can have the unintended consequence of preventing full travel from being achieved. The lower leg channels help alleviate this issue by dramatically increasing air volume within the lower legs and thereby reducing the amount of additional unintended pressure ramping.
The lower leg bleeders allow for atmospheric pressure equalization at the simple press of a button. Pressure build-up in the lower legs dramatically decreases fork performance, preventing full travel from being achieved, and diminishing small bump sensitivity and responsiveness.
Stiffness-to-weight is the ultimate metric for bicycle design. Engineers invest countless hours poring over every ounce of material in an effort to optimize this critical ratio. The all-new lower leg design pulls out all the stops, shaving every possible gram while making sure not to compromise stiffness or strength requirements of modern enduro and gravity style riding.
Modern frame designs and geometry trends require modern suspension design solutions. The arch is designed to pair perfectly with modern Enduro and Downhill bikes. State-of-the-art computer modeling techniques helped FOX to create an organic lower leg shape that optimizes stiffness with the absolute minimal amount of material. The elliptical steer tube is one of many ways FOX has further optimized stiffness-to-weight, placing more material only where it is needed, and eliminating every ounce of it where it’s not.
|Product Name:||FOX 36 Float FIT4 Factory 27.5" Fork - 160mm - 44mm Offset - Tapered - 15x110mm Boost - 2022|
|usage bikesport:||MTB, All-Mountain, Trail|
|brake type:||Disc Brake|
|wheel size:||27,5" / 650B (584mm)|
|axle standard:||15x110mm Boost (FW)|
|air/coil spring:||Air spring|
|fork/shock adjustability:||Air volume, Low speed compression, Low speed rebound, Lockout|
|Steerer tube Ø:||1 1/8"-1 1/2" tapered|
|disc brake mount:||Postmount|
|max. disc diameter:||203mm|
|fork construction:||Classic Suspension Fork|
|manufacturer item code:||910-20-243|