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View Poll Results: Which Pro Pedal setting do you typically ride in the most?
Pro Pedal 1 0 0%
Pro Pedal 2 1 50.00%
Pro Pedal 3 0 0%
I can't say because I adjust it ALL the time. 1 50.00%
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Old 01-04-09, 05:33 PM   #1
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Fox RP23 owners - Which Pro Pedal setting?

Which Pro Pedal setting do you typically ride in the most?

I just upgraded the shock on my 2004 Enduro with a 7.825 X 2.25 RP23. The frame clearance is so tight that it is next to impossible to adjust the Pro Pedal. It'll be a set it and forget it for me... so, I would like to know which setting to leave the Pro Pedal.

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With my Blur 4x...doesn't need a pedal platform so I leave it in the lowest ProPedal setting.
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Old 01-04-09, 05:58 PM   #3
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depends on your most ridden trails, buttery smooth and fast trails ill use 3, rocky technical rides ill set it to 1 but for the majority of the local stuff has a decent mix of technical and fast smooth riding so ill usually leave it on 2
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Can't say because a hardtail doesn't need a rear shock.
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Can't say because a hardtail doesn't need a rear shock.

Luddite!!!!!!

To the OP: I'm on an FSR frame with an RP23 and leave mine in low. Granted, I've never pedaled with it switched on other than when it was new, so take it with a grain of salt.

The smoother you pedal, the less you need it.
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