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ssyy 1:16am on Friday, October 29th, 2010 
A wonderful set with bold design and besides all this plays dvd and has the best games. The development of the Playstation 2 has arrived.
soku 8:27pm on Tuesday, August 24th, 2010 
I thought I was ripped off! But it just needed a good cleaning :) I bought a PlayStation 2 from this seller and it said very good condition. Playstation 2 Game Console What I really like about the PS2, is that I can use my ancient PS1 games on it!
spielermacher 8:36am on Wednesday, August 11th, 2010 
In either case its much better then what my brother has. So the pros out way the cons. Works as expected...no more no less...would buy again. compact feels flimsy/cheap
Totowizard 1:03am on Monday, August 2nd, 2010 
The PS 2 can be summarized by the following: The PS 2 is an amazing system. It is sexy, and performs exponentially better than its competition.
SamG 7:54am on Friday, June 25th, 2010 
I would recommend PS2 for kids since there are a lot of games. Ease of use. My 6 year old knows how to work it. Super easy to set up.
ludochka556 11:37pm on Sunday, May 30th, 2010 
Just a few top notch titles that make the PS2 worth owning: Final Fantasy X, Tony Hawk 3/4/Underground, GTA3/VC/SA (better on PC tho).
LMatok 5:43pm on Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 
SUPER SUPER SUPER PS 2 is one of the best games I know I like it a lot even though I dont have it. So my mother is planing on buying me one. ghghgh hfhfghfghf fghfghf
Georg Spang 11:49am on Saturday, April 3rd, 2010 
allot of games built in dvd/cd player internet less graphics then the xbox The PS 2 can be summarized by the following: The PS 2 is an amazing system. It is sexy, and performs exponentially better than its competition. Great console , Sony please manage to bring t...  Great Controller , Slim Factor very nice , The best Games of past generation .
manuel 4:49am on Wednesday, March 24th, 2010 
I wish we sold it all like that in our store. Awsome to play, Easy To Set Up, Fast, Lots of Game Choices its great for the kids Easy To Set Up, Fast, fun for the kids, Great Graphics, Handles Lots of Players, Lots of Game Choices WOW THIS IS AWESOME I WOULD REALLY RECCOMEND IT TO A FRIEND. BETTER GRAPHICS, BETTER SOUND EFFECTS, AND IT PLAYS MOVIES AND MUSIC. The new design is amazing! As always with the Playstation 2 format, the selection of games is never a problem.

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ISTRUZIONI PER LUSO E LA MANUTENZIONE USE AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTION MANUAL MODE DEMPLOI ET ENTRETIEN BETRIEBS - UND WARTUNGSANLEITUNG
INSTRUCCIONES PARA EL USO Y MANTENIMIENTO

Espaol

Deutsch

Franais

English

MONSTER 2003

Italiano Italiano
Important! The information you will find here below concerns your own safety! Please read it carefully.
1. REMEMBER THAT INCORRECT USE OF THE FORK CAN BE VERY DANGEROUS TO YOUR SAFETY. Carefully read this manual and follow all suggestions that you will find in it. Never use a fork that is damaged in any way (oil leakage, bent or cracked components, etc). The fork should be regularly overhauled for its entire life. 2. The fork can only be repaired and overhauled by authorized technicians. Take your fork to the shop where you bought it and they will send it to the closest Marzocchi Authorized Service Center in your country; this will protect your own safety by only using authorized technicians and original spare parts. Remember that not complying to this rule will void the warranty. 3. Each time you use your fork, always remember to check that: English all fasteners are properly adjusted as shown in the manual (nuts, bolts, etc.); the tires are inflated to the correct pressure; none of the components are bent, damaged or out of alignment; the brakes work perfectly, they are correctly installed and adjusted.
4. Take special care of: Installation onto the frame. The installation onto the frame and the steer tube setting must be carried out in compliance with the manufacturers instructions. Do not make any modifications whatever to the steer tube to assemble the fork onto the frame. Components modifications. Do not make any modifications to the components; do not try to slide the stanchion tubes out, always make sure that the fork has been correctly installed on the steer tube and the disk brake mounts are perfectly aligned with the calipers. Do not change the position of the fork crown in regard to the stanchion tubes. 5. Marzocchi does not guarantee the installation of the fork and refuses all responsibility for damages and/or accidents that may be caused by an incorrect installation. 6. Remember that not-compliance with only one of above precautions will immediately void the warranty. 7. Always follow the local bicycle laws and regulations and obey all traffic signals, signs and laws while you ride. General information. The fork you purchased was designed in compliance with the ISO TC 149 Norm (Safety for bicycles used off road and on rough ground). MARZOCCHI S.p.A. Via Grazia, 2 - 40069 Lavino di Zola Predosa - Bologna ITALY Tel - +39 - (0)51 - 711 - Fax - +39 - (0)51 - 57 marzocchi@marzocchi.it http://www.marzocchi.com

Contents CONTENTS

Introduction.... 24
1.1 Assembly.... 24 1.1.1 Orientation of the fork.... 24 1.1.2 Editorial illustrations.... 24 1.2 Safety regulations.... 25 1.2.1 Preliminary controls before use.... 25 1.2.2 Correct behavior principles during bikes use... Technical information..... 29 English
2.1 Use applications.... 2.2 Forks external components.... 2.2.1 Monster - My 2003.... 2.3 Forks internal components and forks operation... 3 3.1 3.2 3.4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5.1 5.2 5.6.1
Installation..... 30 Installation on the frame.... 30 Installing the brake system.... 30 Wheel installing..... 31 Maintenance..... 32 Problems - Diagnosis - Solutions... 32 Periodical maintenance table.... 33 General safety regulations... 33 Cleaning the fork legs and the dust seals... 34 Bleeding the air..... 35 Adjustments..... 36 Rebound adjustment.... 36 Compression adjustment.... 37 Compression adjustment at bottoming.... 37 Tables.... 38 Table 1 - Tightening Torques.... 38 Notes..... 39
Introduction INTRODUCTION
Carefully read the instruction given in this manual and keep it for future reference. This manual contains important information on the use and adjustment of the suspension system you have chosen and must therefore be read with extreme care. If you have any questions regarding the care and maintenance of your suspension system, please contact your nearest service center directly. A list of service centers can be found on the last page of this manual or on the Internet page www.marzocchi.com. This manual does not explain how to assemble/disassemble the fork from the bicycle, the wheel, the headset or any other component directly or indirectly associated with the fork, but not actually part of the fork. The manufacturer therefore reserves the right to make changes to the products, at any time and without prior notice to improve the products or to meet any productive or commercial requirements. The user is the only person responsible for the correct application of the assembly instructions in the present manual. Always ride in the full respect of the safety regulations, taking the greatest care.

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1.1.2 Editorial illustrations
Descriptions inside a grey box contain information, instructions or procedures, which, if not respected, can cause damage to the forks, injuries to the user or damage to the environment.
Descriptions in italics contain information, descriptions or procedures recommended by MARZOCCHI for the best function of the fork.

MZ002001

Assembly
1.1.1 Orientation of the fork
Introduction 1.2 Safety regulations
Please be advised that if the procedures provided in this manual are not properly performed, or if the instructions in this manual are not followed, an accident could occur, resulting in serious injury or death of the rider. Please note that throughout this manual, reference is made that an accident could occur. Any accident could result in damage to your bicycle, its components, and, more importantly, could cause you or a bystander to sustain severe personal injury or even death. Always strictly follow the given periodical maintenance table (see. par. 4.2). Always use original MARZOCCHI spare parts. Never make any modifications whatever to the suspension system. Parts that have been bent or otherwise damaged in an accident, or as a result of any other impact cannot be repaired and must not be used. They must be replaced immediately with original MARZOCCHI parts. Call the closest Service Center to you for comments, questions or problems. You will find it on the web site (www.marzocchi.com).
1.2.1 Preliminary controls before use
Before using the bicycle, always carry out following tests: Make sure that all quick release fasteners, nuts and bolts are properly adjusted. Bounce the bicycle on the ground and make sure all components remain in the correct position. Be sure that your tires are inflated to the correct pressure and that the tread or sidewall are not damaged. Be sure that none of the components of your bicycle are bent, damaged or out of alignment. Test your brakes at the beginning of your ride to make sure that they are operating properly. Check all reflectors to make sure that they are clean, straight and securely mounted.
1.2.2 Correct behavior principles during bikes use

Follow the local bicycle laws and regulations and obey all traffic signals, signs and laws while you ride. Wear close-fitting clothes and which make you visible to traffic, such as neon, fluorescent, or other bright colors. Avoid biking at night, because visibility is lower and it is more difficult for you to see obstructions on the ground. If you do ride at night, you must equip your bicycle with a headlight and a taillight. When riding in wet conditions, the breaking power is greatly reduced and the adherence of the tires on the ground is considerably reduced. This makes it harder to control and stop your bicycle. In order to avoid an accident, extra care is therefore required when riding in such conditions. Always wear a bicycle protection helmet approved by ANSI or SNELL; it must be the right size and properly fastened.
Technical information TECHNICAL INFORMATION Use applications
You will find in the following table the use applications of Marzocchi Monster Forks. Do not use forks for an application that is different from the one provided by the manufacturer.
M MONSTER T2 MONSTER TRIPLE SUPER MONSTER
English M A-XC XC DJ FR FR-DH
Marathon Enduro: for marathon and cross-country use. Aggressive Cross Country: for aggressive cross-country use. Cross-country: for moderate trails and touring. Slalom / Dirt Jumper: for dirt jumping and dual slalom. Free Ride: for use on demanding trails. Extreme Freeride / Downhill Racing: specific for Downhill.
Technical information 2.2
A) B) D) E) F) G) H) L) M) N) S)
Forks external components
Top cap Upper crown Lower crown Steer tube Right stanchion tube Left stanchion tube Arch Right slider Left slider 20 mm wheel axle Dust seal English
The Marzocchi Monster forks are mainly made up of following components:
Moreover, the Monster Triple and Super Monster models are equipped with following adjustments: C) R) T) Compression adjustment- bottom out (top of left leg) Rebound adjustment (top of right leg) Compression adjustment (bottom of right leg)

C A B E

MZ002002

Technical information

2.2.1 Monster - My 2003
MONSTER T2 TRAVEL (C) A A min B Drop out type Disk brake mounts Options mm mm mm mm MONSTER TRIPLE SUPER MONSTER 392 656
20 mm aluminium dedicated axle0 DH International Standard Post Mount for 8 disk Direct mount handlebar clamp (long or short)

Max 190

Max 73

Max 357

MZ002003

110 175

Indicative sizes.
Technical information 2.3 Forks internal components and forks operation

Inside Marzocchi Monster forks you will find coil springs as a spring system. The damping load that is generated during the fork legs compression and rebound are adjusted by damping systems, coming from the Motocross division, which operate according to compression speed. The Monster model T2 is equipped with 20 mm non-adjustable pumping elements; the Monster Triple and Super Monster are equipped with 26 mm rebound and compression externally adjustable cartridges. The damping systems are fully emerged in oil (Open Bath System). This system provides proper lubrication and cooling of the inner sliding parts; furthermore, the oil volume works as a damping and setting element. English The Open Bath system reduces the maintenance frequency if compared with a sealed cartridge system. Stanchion tubes are guided in the sliders by two teflon-coated bushings, free from static friction. The seal system prevents oil leaks and contamination from particles entering the fork. It uses a special dual-lip oil seal and a dust seal at the top of each slider.
Damping system Right leg 20 SSV non-adjustable pumping element, coming from the motocross division 26 cartridge, coming from the motocross division. Compression adjustment and rebound adjustment Left leg 20 SSV non-adjustable pumping element, coming from the motocross division 26 cartridge, coming from the motocross division. Compression adjustment- bottom out

Monster T2

Monster Triple

Super Monster

Installation INSTALLATION Installation on the frame
The steer tube must be pressed into the crown; its replacement must be carried out by a Marzocchi service center only, using the required tools. In case of improper installation of the steer tube into the crown, the rider might lose control of his/her bicycle, thus resulting in serious injury. Before assembly on the frame, make sure that the lower crown screws are correctly tightened. When the forks legs are at travels end, the D distance between the lower part of the lower crown and the dust seal must be bigger than 3 mm. The stanchion tubes clamping to the crowns has to be done in the areas where the diameter is bigger. Make sure that the H distance is lower than 190 mm. A different position of the crowns could damage the fork and could be causing accidents.
Installing the brake system
Assembling the brake system is a very delicate operation that must be carried out by specialized personnel. Marzocchi does not guarantee the assembly and refuses all responsibility for damages and/ or accidents that may be caused by an incorrect assembly. Improper installation of the disk brake system can overstress the caliper mountings, which may break. The brake system assembling must be carried out in compliance with brake systems manufacturers instructions. Improper installation may jeopardize the safety of the rider. Only use brake systems that are complying with the forks specifications.

MZ002011

MZ002004
Improper installation may jeopardize the safety of the rider. Marzocchi does not guarantee the installation and refuses all responsibility for damages and/or accidents that may be caused by an incorrect assembly. English

D > 3 mm

The fork is supplied with A-Head Set (threadless) steer tube to be cut according to frame size. Installing a MARZOCCHI fork on the bicycle frame is a very delicate operation that must be carried out by specialized personnel. The assembling on the frame and the steer tube adjustment must be carried out in compliance with the headset manufacturers instructions.

MZ002010

H < 190
Installation 3.3 Wheel installing
Install the wheel in compliance with the bicycle manufacturers instructions. For correct fork function, please follow the instructions here below when installing the wheel. In case the fork has been disassembled from the bike frame or the forks legs position in the crowns has been changed, you will have to slightly loose the 6 bolts (E) holding the arch (D) by means of a 4 mm hex key.

MZ002019

By using a 6 mm hex key, tighten the axle bolt (B) located on the left side to the required torque (see Table 1 - Tightening Torques). Fully compress the fork a few times. By using the 5 mm hex key, tighten the bolts (C) positioned on both dropouts to the required torque (see Table 1 - Tightening Torques), with the 1-2-1 sequence. By using the 4 mm hex key, tighten the bolts (E) with the sequence 1-2-3-2-1 to the required torque (see Table 1 - Tightening Torques).

MZ002005

Incorrect wheel alignment can misalign the legs make them unparallel, causing the fork to bind.

MZ002007

MZ002006
Insert the wheel axle (A) through the right wheel axle clamp, then the wheel and the left wheel axle clamp.
Maintenance MAINTENANCE Problems - Diagnosis - Solutions
This paragraph indicates some of the problems that may arise during the forks use, as well as the possible causes of these problems and the suggested solutions. Always check this table before working on the fork. Operations inside the grey box must be carried out by authorized service centers. Problem Diagnosis Solution Add spring preload by replacing the preload sleeve Check oil height Change to stiffer spring rate Forks bottoms too easily, but it has the recommended sag Not enough compression damping Increase compression damping by changing oil level Increase compression damping* Check oil height; bottom out compression adjuster Get softer spring Decrease compression damping* Fork bottoms out easily Not enough compression damping Increase high speed compression damping via the proper adjuster Increase rebound damping* Replace oil (SAE 7,5) with a higher viscosity Decrease the rebound damping* Change to stiffer spring rate Decrease rebound damping* Bleed the air Decrease rebound damping* Replace all seals (repair the fork before using it again) Replace all seals and have the stanchions inspected (repair the fork before using it again) Replace all seals (repair the fork before using it again) Tighten bottom nut Replace o-ring Replace sliding bushings Change oil English

Fork has too much sag

Spring rate too soft or oil too fluid
Fork does not get full travel
Spring rate too stiff or fork oil too high
Fork extends too quickly; harsh Not enough rebound damping top-out after impacts Front wheel wants to tuck under Too much rebound damping; while cornering spring rate too soft Fork packs up or stays down Too much rebound damping in travel during multiple impacts Loss of forks smoothness Knocking sound during rebound, but no harsh top-out Oil ring on stanchions Heavy amount of oil on stanchions; oil dripping down legs Fork is sticky; fork does not perform as new Oil leakage from the bottom of the leg Loss of sensitivity Presence of air inside the legs Too much rebound damping Oil seals are contaminated Seals are damaged, stanchions could be damaged Oil seals are contaminated; fork needs to be serviced Loose bottom nut Bottom nut o-ring damaged Worn bushings Old oil
*This operation cannot be carried out on the Monster T2 model.
Maintenance 4.2 Periodical maintenance table
Use Intense After every ride 50 hours 50 hours 100 hours 100 hours Normal
General maintenance operation Clean stanchions and dust seals Oil change Oil seals replacement
General safety regulations
After a complete breakdown, always use new seals when reassembling. To tighten two bolts or nuts that are near each other, always follow the sequence 1-2-1 using the required tightening torque (see Table 1 - Tightening Torques). Never use flammable or corrosive solvents to clean the parts, as these could damage the seals. If necessary, use specific detergents that are not corrosive, not flammable or have a high flash point, compatible with the seals materials and preferably biodegradable. If you are planning not to use your fork for a long time, always lubricate the forks stanchions and seals with some fork oil before and after use. Never pour lubricants, solvents or detergents which are not completely biodegradable in the environment; these must be collected and kept in the relevant special containers, then disposed of according to the regulations in force. Use only metric tools, not standard tools, which may have similar sizes, but can damage the bolts and make it impossible to unscrew them. Use the right size and sort of screwdriver to unscrew slotted or crosshead screws. When using a screwdriver to assemble or disassemble metal stop rings, o-rings, sliding bushings or seal segments, avoid scratching or cutting the components with the screwdriver tip. Only proceed to maintenance/overhaul operations if you are sure you are able to do it and you have the right tools. If this is not the case, or if you are unsure, please contact an authorized service center, where specialized technicians with the right tools and original spare parts will service and overhaul your fork, putting it back into its original working conditions. Only use original spare parts. Work in a clean, ordered and well-lit place; if possible, avoid servicing outdoors. Polished surfaces need to be periodically treated with polishing compound to be kept as new. Carefully check there are no metal shavings or dust in the work area. Do not modify the forks components.

Maintenance Cleaning the fork legs and the dust seals
The manufacturer lubricates the fork dust seal with some grease, which makes the stanchion tube sliding easier, especially when the fork has not been used for a long time. When using the fork, such grease can melt and stick to the stanchions, looking like an oil leak, although it is not.
Carefully clean the stanchion tube (A) after every use. With a small screwdriver, pry the dust seal (B) off the slider (C), avoiding scratching the stanchion tube. Slide the dust seal along the stanchion tube and clean inside the dust seal and its seat on the slider with a jet of compressed air.

MZ002008

Lubricate the dust seal and the visible surfaces of the oil seal with some silicon grease. Re-assemble the dust seal (B) in its seat, pressing it in with your hands.

MZ002009

It is advisable to tip the forks leg to pour out any particles that may be contained in the fork. Never use metal tools to clean any particles of dirt. Compress the fork legs slightly and remove any traces of dirt from the stanchion tubes.
Maintenance 4.5 Bleeding the air
This operation must be carried out with the fork assembled on the bicycle and with the forks legs fully extended (front wheel off the ground). The pressure generated by air that can develop in the fork legs while the bike is being used due to the special shape of the oil seals remains trapped inside, can cause the fork to malfunction.
In case of malfunction or loss of legs smoothness, please carry out following operation on both legs:
Monster T2 English A B C D Unscrew the cap (A) using a 28 mm key as much as needed to release any air pressure that may have developed inside the leg. Check the oil seal (B) condition; replace if needed. Tighten the cap (A) to the recommended torque (see Table 1 - Tightening Torques), being careful not to damage the oil seal (B).

MZ002012

Monster Triple and Super Monster By means of a 2 mm hex key, unscrew the air bleed screw (C) located on the cap, in order to release the pressure generated inside the forks leg. Check the oil seal (D) condition; replace if needed. Tighten the air bleed screw (C) to the recommended torque (see Table 1 Tightening Torques), being careful not to damage the oil seal (D).

MZ002013

Adjustments ADJUSTMENTS
In order to change the Monster T2 fork setting please contact the authorized service centers. The Monster Triple and Super Monster forks behavior can be adjusted according to users needs, by means of three adjusters: Rebound adjustment (top of right leg). Compression adjustment (bottom of right leg). Compression adjustment- bottom out (top of left leg).
Do not force the adjuster screw (R) past its limits.

MZ002015

Rebound adjustment
By acting on the adjustment screw (R), located on top of the right leg, you can control the forks rebound damping. By turning the adjustment screw and using a proper small, flat tip screwdriver, you can adjust the hydraulic configuration of the inner valves that control the rebound. When turning the adjuster clockwise, you will increase the rebound damping, making the fork slower during the rebound phase. When turning the adjuster counterclockwise, you will decrease the rebound damping, making the fork more responsive during the rebound phase.

Adjustments 5.2 Compression adjustment
By acting on the adjustment screw (T), located on bottom of the right leg, you can control the forks compression damping. By turning the adjustment screw and using a small, flat tip screwdriver, you can adjust the hydraulic configuration of the inner valves that control the compression. When turning the adjuster clockwise, you will increase the compression damping, reducing the travel that is achieved by the fork under the same compression force. When turning the adjuster counterclockwise, you will decrease the compression damping, making the fork softer during impacts.

MZ002017

T English C
Do not force the adjuster screw (T) past its limits.
Compression adjustment at bottoming
By acting on the adjustment screw (C), located on top of the left leg, you can control the forks compression damping and its resistance to bottoming out. By turning the adjustment screw and using a small, flat tip screwdriver, you can adjust the hydraulic configuration of the inner valves that control the compression at the end of the travel. By acting on this adjuster you can modify the forks behavior during the final part of its travel only, without changing the forks damping at the beginning of its travel. When turning the adjuster clockwise, you will increase the damping, helping prevent the fork from bottoming out. When turning the adjuster counterclockwise, you will decrease the damping.

MZ002014

Do not force the adjuster screw (C) past its limits.
Tables TABLES Table 1 - Tightening Torques
Component to be tightened Tightening Torque (Nm) 6
Wheel axle bolts Wheel axle hex bolts Forks top cap Air bleed screw Footnut (Monster T2) Footnut (Monster Triple, Super Monster) Arch bolts English

Notes NOTES

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MARZOCCHI S.p.A. Via Grazia, Lavino di Zola Predosa - Bologna ITALY Telefono - +39 - (0)51 - 711 Telefax - +39 - (0)51 - 57
Maggio - 2002 - Edizione 00

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ISTRUZIONI PER LUSO E LA MANUTENZIONE USE AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTION MANUAL MODE DEMPLOI ET ENTRETIEN BETRIEBS - UND WARTUNGSANLEITUNG
INSTRUCCIONES PARA EL USO Y MANTENIMIENTO

Espaol

Deutsch

Franais

English

BOMBER 2003

Italiano
Important! The information you will find here below concerns your own safety! Please read it carefully.
1. REMEMBER THAT INCORRECT USE OF THE FORK CAN BE VERY DANGEROUS FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY. Carefully read this manual and follow all of the instructions. Never use a fork that is damaged in any way during an accident (oil leakage, bent or cracked components, etc). The fork must be regularly maintained throughout the use of the fork. 2. The fork must be repaired and overhauled by authorized technicians only. Take your fork to the shop where you bought it so they can send it to the Marzocchi Authorized Service Center in your country; this will protect your own safety and original spare parts only. Remember that not complying with this rule will void the warranty. 3. Each time that you use your fork, always remember to check that: all fasteners are properly adjusted as shown in the manual (nuts, bolts, etc.); the tires are inflated to the correct pressure; none of the components are bent, damaged or out of alignment; the brakes work perfectly, they are correctly installed and adjusted. English
4. Take special care of: Installation on the frame. The installation on the frame and the steer tube setting must be carried out in compliance with the manufacturers instructions. Do not make any modifications to the steer tube when installing the fork onto the frame. Components modifications. Do not make any modifications to the components; do not try to slide the stanchion tubes out, always make sure that the fork has the steer tube installed correctly and the disk brake mounts are perfectly aligned with the calipers. Do not change the position of the fork crown in regard to the stanchion tubes. 5. Marzocchi does not guarantee the installation and refuses all responsibility for damages and/or accidents that may be caused by an incorrect installation. 6. Not complying with any of the above precautions will immediately void the warranty. 7. Always follow the local bicycle laws and regulations and obey all traffic signals, signs and laws while you ride. General information. The fork you purchased was designed in compliance with the ISO TC 149 Norm (Safety for bicycles used off road and on rough ground).
MARZOCCHI S.p.A. Via Grazia, 2 - 40069 Lavino di Zola Predosa - Bologna ITALY Tel - +39 - (0)51 - 711 - Fax - +39 - (0)51 - 57 marzocchi@marzocchi.it http://www.marzocchi.com

Contents CONTENTS

1 Introduction.... 36 1.1 Conventions..... 36 1.1.1 Orientation of the fork.... 36 1.1.2 Editorial pictograms.... 36 1.2 Safety regulations.... 37 1.2.1 Preliminary controls before use.... 37 1.2.2 Correct behaviour principles during bikes use... Technical information..... 2.1 Use applications.... 2.2 Forks external components.... 2.2.1 Marathon - Mx series.... 2.2.2 Marathon - Mx series for 29 wheel... 2.2.3 Z.1 - Dirt Jumper.... 2.2.4 JR.T - Super T Pro..... 2.2.5 Shiver SC.... 2.2.6 Shiver DC.... 2.3 Forks internal components and forks operation... 3 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.4.1 4.2 4.3 4.46
Installation..... 48 Installation on the frame.... 48 Installing the brake system.... 48 Fender installing.... 50 Wheel installing with a standard forks end... 50 Wheel installing with a QR20 Plus fork.... 50 Wheel installing with a Shiver fork... 51 Maintenance..... 52 Problems Diagnosis Solutions... 52 Periodical maintenance table.... 53 General safety regulations... 53 Cleaning the fork legs and the dust seals... 54
5 Adjustments..... 55 5.1 Preload..... 56 5.1.1 Spring preload.... 56 5.1.2 Air preload.... 57 5.2 Negative air..... 58 5.3 Cartridge forks rebound adjustment.... 59 5.4 Externally adjustable forks with SSV rebound adjustment.. 59 5.5 Internally adjustable forks with SSV rebound adjustment... 60 5.6 ECC5..... 61 5.7 ETA..... 6.1 6.2 6.3 Tables.... 62 Table 1 Tightening Torques.... 62 Table 2 Positive air pressure.... 62 Table 3 Negative air pressure.... 62 Notes..... 63

Introduction INTRODUCTION
Carefully read the instruction given in this manual and keep it for future reference. This manual contains important information regarding the use and adjustment of the suspension system that you have chosen and must therefore be read with extreme care. If you have any questions regarding the care and maintenance of your suspension system, please contact your nearest service center directly. A list of service centers can be found on the last page of this manual or on the Internet page www.marzocchi.com. This manual does not explain how to assemble/disassemble the fork from the bicycle, the wheel, the steering set or any other component directly or indirectly associated with the fork that are not actually a part of the fork. The manufacturer therefore reserves the right to make changes to the products, at any time and without prior notice to improve the products or to meet any productive or commercial requirements. The user is are the only person responsible for the correct application of the assembly instructions in the present manual. Always ride in the full respect of the safety regulations, taking the greatest care.

B LE FT

M TO OT B
1.1.2 Editorial pictograms
Descriptions inside the grey boxes contain information, instructions or procedures, which, if not respected, can cause damage to the forks, injury to the user or damage to the environment.
Descriptions in italic contain information, prescriptions or procedures recommended by MARZOCCHI for the best forks use.

MZ001001

Conventions
1.1.1 Orientation of the fork
Introduction 1.2 Safety regulations
Please be advised that if the procedures provided in this manual are not properly performed, or if the instructions in this manual are not followed, an accident could occur, resulting in serious injury or death of the rider. Please note that throughout this manual, reference is made that an accident could occur. Any accident could result in damage to your bicycle, its components, and, more importantly, could cause you or a bystander to sustain severe personal injury or even death. Always strictly follow the given periodical maintenance table (see. Par. 4.2) Always use original MARZOCCHI spare parts. Never make any modifications whatever to the suspension system. Parts that have been bent or otherwise damaged in an accident, or as a result of any other impact must not be re-straightened. They must be replaced immediately with original MARZOCCHI parts. Call directly the Service center closest to you for comments, questions or problems. You will find it on the web site (www.marzocchi.com)

1.2.1 Preliminary controls before use
Before using the bicycle, always carry out following tests: Make sure that all quick release fasteners, nuts and bolts are properly adjusted. Bounce the bicycle on the ground and make sure all components remain in the correct position. Be sure that your tires are inflated to the correct pressure and that the tread or sidewall are not damaged. Be sure that none of the components of your bicycle are bent, damaged or out of alignment. Test your brakes in the beginning of your ride to make sure that they are operating properly. Check all reflectors to make sure that they are clean, straight and securely mounted.
1.2.2 Correct behaviour principles during bikes use
Follow the local bicycle laws and regulations and obey all traffic signals, signs and laws while you ride. Wear close-fitting clothes and which make you visible to traffic, such as neon, fluorescent, or other bright colors. Avoid biking at night, because visibility is lower and it is more difficult for you to see obstructions on the ground. If you do ride at night, you must equip your bicycle with a headlight and a taillight. When riding in wet conditions, the breaking power is greatly reduced and the adherence of the tires on the ground is considerably reduced. This makes it harder to control and stop your bicycle. Extra care is therefore required when riding in such conditions, to avoid an accident. Always wear a bicycle protection helmet approved by ANSI or SNELL; it must be of the right size and properly fastened.
Technical information TECHNICAL INFORMATION Use applications
You will find in the following table the use applications of Marzocchi forks. Do not use forks for an application that is different from the one provided by the manufacturer.
M MARATHON SL * MARATHON S * MX PRO W / ETA *
MX PRO * MX COMP W / ETA * MX COMP * DIRT JUMPER I DIRT JUMPER II DIRT JUMPER III SHIVER SC Z. 1 FR SL Z. 1 FR Z. 1 DO JR T SUPER T PRO SHIVER DC

M A-XC XC DJ FR FR-DH

Marathon Enduro: for marathons and cross-country Aggressive Cross Country: for an aggressive cross-country use Cross-country: for medium trails and touring Slalom Dirt Jumper: for Dirt Jumping and Dual Slalom Free Ride: for use on demanding trails Extreme Freeride / Downhill Racing: specific for Downhill

(*) Suitable fork for cross-country, touring and off road use only. For cross-country races and marathons. Non suitable for extreme use like free style. DO not use for jumping.
Technical information 2.2 Forks external components
Apart from a few exceptions, the new MARZOCCHI fork designs consists of two main assemblies: the stanchion tubes / steering crown assembly (which are assembled through a cryogenic process called cryofit for a stiff and undetachable fit) and the magnesium-molded sliders/arch monolith assembly. The materials used are the BAM aluminium from the aerospace industry and magnesium; these are lightweight materials that help reduce the forks weight. The system for securing the wheel axle to the fork sliders can be standard, with traditional advanced dropouts (A) or with the QR20 Plus system (B). Forks using this system (B) must use a suitable hub with 110 mm width spacing and a 20 mm wheel axle. QR20 Plus 2003: is the new, sophisticated version of the QR20 system that fully wraps the 20 mm wheel axle, for maximum stiffness, while still providing an easy way to remove the wheel. The new QR20 Plus 20 mm axle system uses a forged aluminium hinge that is permanently attached to the magnesium sliders to clamp the axle. The forged aluminium quick-release lever makes opening and closing the flap routine. The 20 mm wheel axle used in this system can be the quick-release type or the bolt-on type. The upside down forks (Shiver SC and Shiver DC) are provided with a wheel fastening system originating from the motorcycle application, using a 20 mm axle (C). FENDER: Marzocchi offers an integrated fender option for the new Z1s, DJs, Super T Pro and Jr Ts. It mounts to the underside of the crown to help protect the rider against debris from the front tire. C

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A English B

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Technical information

2.2.1 Marathon - Mx series
MARATHON TRAVEL (C) A (max) A (min) B Drop out type Disk brake mounts Brake type Cantilever or V-Brake Options mm mm mm mm Standard XC International Standard for 6 disk YES / MX 373 449

177 30

Max 340

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Indicative sizes

Max 60

100 130
2.2.2 Marathon - Mx series for 29 wheel
MARATHON TRAVEL (C) A (max) A (min) B Drop out type Disk brake mounts Brake type Cantilever or V-Brake Options mm mm mm mm Standard XC International Standard for 6 disk YES / MX 410 456

80 Max 380 387

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2.2.3 Z.1 - Dirt Jumper

Z. 1 TRAVEL (C) A (max) A (min) B Drop out type Disk brake mounts Brake type Cantilever or V-Brake Options English mm mm mm mm DIRT JUMPER 388 488
Standard or QR20 Plus (DJ III standard system) Standard drop outs: XC International Standard for 6 disk QR20 Plus drop outs: DH International Standard for 8 disk / Integrated fender

181 30

Max 345

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2.2.4 JR.T - Super T Pro
TRAVEL (C) A (max) A (min) B Drop out type Disk brake mounts Brake type Cantilever or V-Brake Options mm mm mm mm JR. T Standard or QR20 Plus Standard drop outs: XC International Standard for 6 disk QR20 Plus drop outs: DH International Standard for 8 disk / Direct mount handlebar clamp (long or short) SUPER T PRO QR20 Plus
DH International Standard for 8 disk

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110 130

2.2.5 Shiver SC

SHIVER SC TRAVEL (C) A (max) A (min) B Drop out type Disk brake mounts Brake type Cantilever or V-Brake Options mm mm mm mm 20 mm aluminium dedicated axle DH International Standard for 8 disk / /

187 30

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Max 68

112 135

2.2.6 Shiver DC

SHIVER DC TRAVEL (C) A (max) A (min) B Drop out type Disk brake mounts Brake type Cantilever or V-Brake Options mm mm mm mm 20 mm aluminium dedicated axle DH International Standard for 8 disk / Direct mount handlebar clamp (long or short)

Max 163

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Technical information Forks internal components and forks operation
Inside MARZOCCHI forks you will find coil springs or air as a spring system.
The damping load that is generated during the fork legs compression and rebound, can be adjusted by cartridges, controlled by external adjusters, or by special hydraulic valve pumping rods, which operate according to compression speed (Speed Sensitive Valving). Pumping rods can be controlled by external or internal adjusters, or they can have a fixed setting. Cartridges and pumping rods are fully emerged in oil (Open Bath System). This system provides proper lubrication and cooling of the inner sliding parts; furthermore, the oil volume works as a damping and setting element. The Open Bath system reduces the maintenance frequency compared to a sealed cartridge system. English
Stanchion tubes are guided in the sliders by two teflon-coated bushings, free from static friction.
The seal system prevents oil leaks and contamination from particles entering the fork. It uses a special dual-lip oil seal and a dust seal at the top of each slider.
You will find here below the different fork damping systems:
ECC5: the new Extension Control Cartridge offers on-the-fly adjustment of the rebound damping with a 5position clicker. Use the fast rebound position for downhilling, the 3 middle positions for race start sprints and rough climbing and the fully closed ECC position for steep dirt switchback climbs or Marathon style road climbs.

SSV pumping rod with floating valve and SSV pumping rod with floating valve and internal adjustment internal adjustment HSCV cartridge HSCV cartridge HSCV cartridge HSCV cartridge ETA cartridge HSCV cartridge
Installation INSTALLATION Installation on the frame
The fork is supplied with A-Head Set (threadless) steer tube to be cut according to frame size it will be used on. Installing a MARZOCCHI fork on the bicycle frame is a very delicate operation that must be carried out by specialized personnel. The assembling on the frame and the steer tube adjustment must be carried out in compliance with the manufacturers instructions. Improper installation may jeopardize the safety of the rider. Marzocchi does not guarantee the installation and refuses all responsibility for damages and/or accidents that may be caused by an incorrect installation. The steer tube must be pressed into the crown; its replacement must be carried out by one of our service centers only, using the required tools. In case of improper installation of the steer tube into the crown, the rider might lose control of his/her bicycle, thus jeopardizing his/her safety. On the SHIVER DC model, the sliders are clamped to the lower crown through some bolts: before the installation on the frame, it is therefore necessary to control the bolts tightening, and to make sure that the distance D between the lower crown and the tire end (inflated) is total travel T+3 mm.
Installing the brake system
Assembling the brake system is a very delicate operation that must be carried out by specialized personnel. Marzocchi does not guarantee the assembly and refuses all responsibility for damages and/ or accidents that may be caused by an incorrect assembly. Improper installation of the disk brake system can overstress the caliper mountings, which may break. The brake system assembling must be carried out in compliance with brake systems manufacturers instructions. Improper installation may jeopardize the safety of the rider. Only use brake systems that are complying with the forks specifications, considering that:

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D = T + 3 mm

On 32 stanchions forks and Upside down forks you can exclusively assemble disk brake systems.

Installation

30 mm stanchions forks can be previously provided with disk brake assembling accessories or with Cantilever or V-Brake systems assembling accessories.
Specialized personnel only can change one brake system type into the other one.
The monolith sliders-arch of 29 wheel forks is made through assembling and not through casting, therefore, apart from retaining cantilever or V-brake levers, the bolts (A) also secure the upper area of the sliders to the arch. In case of disk brake assembling, the service centers may replace the brake boss bolts (A) with button head bolts (B).

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On the bolts thread (A, C) and on the button head bolts thread (B) a special thread-lock treatment is applied; removed bolts can therefore never by reused, as they lose such treatment.
The user cannot, in any case, remove the bolts (A, C) or the button head bolts (B). D
In case of assembling of disk brake system, make sure before every ride that the brake system tube is correctly connected to the proper mounting (D, E).

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Do not replace the bolts (C) with commercial bolts.

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Fender installing
An integrated fender can be installed on 32mm-stanchion forks. The fender can be supplied with the fork or bought separately. The istallation of the fender (F) must be carried out as shown in the picture, tightening the bolts (G) using a 8mm allen key to the required tightening torque (see Table 1 - Tightening Torques).
Wheel installing with a standard forks end
Install the wheel in compliance with the manufacturers instructions. For correct fork function after wheel installing you will need to: check the correct fork-wheel alignment by fully compressing the fork a few times. lift the front wheel, turn the wheel a few times to verify the correct alignment with the disk brake.
Wheel installing with a QR20 Plus fork

A E C B D

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For correct fork function, please follow the instructions here below when installing the wheel: Release the securing system on both legs by pushing the levers (A) downwards. For quick-release models, open the release lever (B). For threaded cap models, unscrew the cap (C) as much as needed to insert the wheel axle through the fork wheel axle clamp. Insert the wheel axle (D) through the fork wheel axle clamp. Make sure that the wheel axle supporting nuts (E) are centered in the sliders seat If the wheel axle is provided with quickrelease system, lock the wheel with the quickrelease lever (B); otherwise, tighten the cap positioned on the axle side using a 6 mm Allen key to the required tightening torque (see Table 1 Tightening Torques). Verify the correct settling of the supporting nuts (E). Check the correct fork-wheel alignment, by fully compressing the fork a few times. Lift the front wheel; turn the wheel a few times to verify the correct alignment with the disk brake. Lock the securing system by pulling the levers (A) upwards and adjust clearance through the adjusters (H), if needed.

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Installation 3.6 Wheel installing with a Shiver fork
For correct fork function, please follow the instructions here below when installing the wheel: Insert the wheel axle (A) through the right wheel axle clamp, the wheel and the left wheel axle clamp. Screw down the bolt (B) on the left side and tighten to the required torque (see Table 1 Tightening Torques). Fully compress the fork a few times to properly align the fork legs. Tighten to the required torque (see Table 1 Tightening Torques) the bolts (C) positioned on both dropouts.

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MZ001022

MZ001023

Maintenance MAINTENANCE Problems Diagnosis Solutions
This paragraph indicates some of the problems that may arise during the forks use, as well as the possible causes of these problems and the suggested solutions. Always check this table before working on the fork. Operations inside the grey box must be carried out by authorized service centers. Problem Fork has too much sag Diagnosis Spring rate too soft Solution Add spring preload Change to stiffer spring rate
Check oil height Fork bottoms too easily; needs Spring rate too soft or fork oil too more than maximum preload to Get stiffer springs low attain proper sag Increase air pressure Forks bottoms too easily, but it Not enough compression has the recommended sag damping Fork does not get full travel Increase compression damping by changing oil level English
Check oil height Spring rate too stiff or fork oil too Get softer spring high Decrease air pressure Increase rebound damping Replace oil (SAE 7,5) with a higher viscosity Decrease the rebound damping Increase spring rate Decrease rebound damping Decrease rebound damping Replace all seals (repair the fork before using it again) Replace all seals and have the stanchions inspected (repair the fork before using it again)
Fork extends too quickly; harsh Not enough rebound damping top-out after impacts Front wheel wants to tuck under while cornering Too much rebound damping; spring rate too soft
Fork packs up or stays down Too much rebound damping in travel during multiple impacts Knocking sound during rebound, but no harsh top-out Oil ring on stanchions Heavy amount of oil on stanchions; oil dripping down legs Fork is sticky; fork does not perform as new Oil leakage from the bottom Loss of sensitivity Too much rebound damping Oil seals are contaminated Seals are damaged, stanchions could be damaged

Oil seals are contaminated; fork Replace all seals (repair the fork before using it again) needs to be serviced Loose bottom nut Bottom nut o-ring damaged Worn sliding bushings Old oil Tighten bottom nut Replace bottom nut o-ring Replace sliding bushings Change oil
Maintenance 4.2 Periodical maintenance table
Use Intense After every ride Before every ride 50 hours 100 hours 10 hours 100 hours 200 hours Normal
General maintenance operation Stanchion and dust seal cleaning Air pressure control Oil change Oil seals replacement
General safety regulations
After a complete breakdown, always use new seals when reassembling. To tighten two bolts or nuts that are near each other, always follow the sequence 1-2-1 using the required tightening torque (see Table 1 Tightening Torques). Never use flammable or corrosive solvents to clean the parts, as these could damage the seals. If necessary use specific detergents that are not corrosive, not flammable or have a high flash point, compatible with the seals materials and preferably biodegradable. If you are planning not to use your fork for a long time, always lubricate the forks components that are in contact with some forks oil. Never pour lubricants, solvents or detergents which are not completely biodegradable in the environment; these must be collected and kept in the relevant special containers, then disposed of according to the regulations in force. Use only metric spanners, not imperial spanners, which may have similar sizes, but can damage the bolts and make it impossible to unscrew them. Use the correct size and sort of screwdriver to unscrew slotted or crosshead screws. When using a screwdriver to assemble or disassemble metal stop rings, o-rings, sliding bushings or seal segments, avoid scratching or cutting the components with the screwdriver tip. Only proceed to maintenance/overhaul operations if you are sure you are able to do it and you have got the right tools. If this is not the case, or if you are unsure, please contact an authorized service center, where specialized technicians with the right tools and original spare parts will service and overhaul your fork, putting it back into its original working conditions. Only use original spare parts. Work in a clean, ordered and well-lit place; if possible, avoid servicing outdoors. Polished surfaces need to be periodically treated with some polishing compound to be kept as bright as new. Carefully check there are no metal shavings or dust in the work area.

Do not modify the forks components.
Maintenance Cleaning the fork legs and the dust seals
The manufacturer lubricates the fork dust seal with some grease, which makes the stanchion tubes slide easier, especially when the fork has not been used for a long time. When using the fork, such grease can melt and stick to the stanchions, looking like an oil leak, although it is not.
Carefully clean the stanchion tube (A) after every use. With a small screwdriver pry the dust seal (B) off the slider (C), avoiding scratching the stanchion tube. Slide the dust seal along the stanchion tube and clean inside the dust seal and its seat on the slider with a jet of compressed air.

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Re-assemble the dust seal (C) in its seat, pressing it with your hands.

MZ001003

It is advisable to tip the forks leg to make the pouring of any particles easier. Never use metal tools to clean any particles of dirt. B Compress the fork legs slightly and remove any traces of dirt from the stanchion tubes. Lubricate the dust seal and the visible surfaces of the oil seal with some silicon grease.
Adjustments 5 ADJUSTMENTS
Please visit our web site www.marzocchi.com for any information concerning the travel increase kit and for different spring rates (K).
Fork MARATHON SL MARATHON S MX PRO W / ETA MX PRO AIR MX PRO COIL MX COMP W / ETA MX COMP AIR MX COMP COIL DIRT JUMPER I DIRT JUMPER II DIRT JUMPER III SHIVER SC Z. 1 FR SL Z. 1 FR Z. 1 DO JR T SUPER T PRO SHIVER DC

See paragraph

PL A+ AREBC PRe PRi ECC5
Preload Positive Air Preload Negative Air Preload Rebound cartridge External rebound register Internal rebound register 5 position extension control cartridge Extension travel adjustment cartridge

Adjustments Preload

To make the most of the forks travel, the sag given by the riders weight must remain between 10% and 20% of the total travel length for the XC forks and between 20% and 30% for the DH forks. To reach these values, you will need to use the preload adjusters of the springs (see paragraph 5.1.1 for spring forks) or to modify the forks pressure (see paragraph 5.1.2. for air forks).

5.1.1 Spring preload

The fork is set to the minimum preload by the manufacturer, i.e. the adjuster knob/screw is completely turned counterclockwise. However, the spring is slightly preloaded to help counteractining static load. By turning the knob (A) on the top of the forks leg, you can modify the spring preload to adjust the initial setting according to the riders weight and needs. By turning the knob clockwise, the preload spring can be increased up to the maximum value, which corresponds to a spring compression of about 15 mm. By turning the knob counterclockwise, you will reduce the preload spring down to the minimum value. Do not force the adjustment knob past its limits (A).

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Adjustments

5.1.2 Air preload

To inflate your fork, use only the special MARZOCCHI pump with pressure gauge, which you can buy at the authorized centers. Use of improper tools might lead to improper inflating and cause improper function or damage to the fork itself. If you need to reduce the pressure inside the forks leg, just push lightly on the valve pin, by means of a pointed object. Apply the same preload pressure on both legs. By pressurizing air through the valve (D), you can adjust the damping of the forces generated during the COMPRESSION phase. If you increase the pressure inside the forks leg, you increase the preload. To do so, you need to: Remove the dust cap (A). Fully tighten the threaded pump adapter. C Inflate air up to the required pressure. Refit the dust cap (A).

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Some forks are provided with a more sophisticated adjustment system and a different air valve: in this case, to adjust the air preload, you will need the supplied dedicated adapter.

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Left leg positive air adjustment Turn the adjuster (B) counterclockwise to the fully open position. Remove the small dust cap (C). Fully tighten the pump adapter (E) on the valve. Inflate air up to the required pressure.

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Right leg positive air adjustment Unscrew and remove the dust cap (A). Fully tighten the pump adapter on the outside valve (B). Inflate air up to the required pressure. Fully tighten the dust cap (A). A

Negative air

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To inflate your fork, use only the special MARZOCCHI pump with pressure gauge, which you can buy at the authorized centers. Use of improper tools might lead to improper inflating and cause improper function or damage to the fork itself. By pressurizing air through the valve, you can adjust the damping of the forces generated during the REBOUND phase. If you increase the pressure inside the forks leg, you increase the rebound damping.
Inflate air up to the required pressure. Fully tighten the dust cap (A).

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To do so, you need to: Unscrew and remove the dust cap (A). Fully tighten the pump adapter on the valve, that is located in the central position.
Adjustments 5.3 Cartridge forks rebound adjustment
By rotating the adjustment screw (A), located on top of the leg, you can control the forks REBOUND damping. By turning the adjustment screw and using a proper small flat tip screwdriver, you can adjust the hydraulic configuration of the inner valves: this means that there will be more or less oil flowing through the valve. When turning the adjuster clockwise, you will increase the rebound hydraulic damping, making the fork return slower during the rebound phase. When turning the adjuster counterclockwise, you will decrease the rebound hydraulic damping, making the fork more responsive during the rebound phase. Do not force the adjuster screw (A) past its limits.

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Externally adjustable forks with SSV rebound adjustment
When turning the adjuster clockwise, you will increase the rebound hydraulic damping, making the fork slower during the rebound phase. When turning the adjuster counterclockwise, you will decrease the rebound hydraulic damping, making the fork more responsive during the rebound phase. Do not force the adjuster screw (B) past its limits.

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When turning the adjustment knob (B) located on the bottom of the forks leg, you can adjust the damping during the rebound phase. By turning on the adjustment screw you can modify the hydraulic configuration of inner valves: this means that there will be more or less oil flowing through the valve.
Adjustments Internally adjustable forks with SSV rebound adjustment
You will find some damping rods where the rebound adjustment is located inside the stanchion tube. To adjust these forks, you will need to: remove the dust cap (A) located on the top of the forks leg. insert the supplied hexagon rod (B) into the stanchion tube, making sure to center the adjustment seat (C). When turning the adjuster clockwise, you will increase the rebound hydraulic damping, making the fork slower during the rebound phase. When turning the adjuster counterclockwise, you will decrease the rebound hydraulic damping, making the fork more responsive during the rebound phase. Do not force the adjuster screw (C) past its limits.

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Adjustments 5.6 ECC5

The ECC5 cartridge offers on-the-fly adjustment of the rebound damping. By turning on the adjuster (A) you can modify the hydraulic configuration of the inner valves, controlling the flow of more or less oil, up to the LOCK OUT position, where no oil flows through. Adjustment is possible through a 5-position clicker. Position 1: LOCK OUT When the knob is fully tightened clockwise, you will get the maximum rebound damping. In this position the forks legs will stay down after impacts; any other impact will make lower the forks geometry further. This position is only suitable for hard, steep climbs. Position 2-3-4 By turning the knob counterclockwise to positions 2-3-4, you will get less rebound resistance accordingly. Position 5: MINIMUM EXTENSION DAMPING When the knob is fully turned counterclockwise, you will reach the position of minimum extension damping, giving the fork the maximum response. Do not use the LOCK OUT n.1 position, for any reason, while riding hard downhill, as the fork could not react safely enough when hitting obstacles.

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The ETA cartridge offers on-the-fly adjustment of the rebound damping by reducing the forks length while still maintaining 30 mm of travel. By turning the small lever (B) clockwise you will activate the ETA cartridge function. By turning the small lever (B) counterclockwise, you will bring your fork to its normal function and the travel-reducing device will be no longer be engaged. Do not use the ETA device, for any reason, while riding hard downhill, as the fork could not react safely enough when hitting obstacles.

 

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