These will never free up during use and will need to be re-sized. Power Bulge simply reinforces the lower leg to allow for an oversized bushing, increasing stiffness and maximizing your ride. You’ll need to get crafty in order to remove this puppy. It’s tapered to the exact same diameter as the inside of the fork. I used a really long screwdriver to carefully push this out through the top of the fork. Just give it a good yank straight down, it will pop right off. Knocking when the fork goes from compression to rebound — this is the most common issue, and needs to be addressed by working on both the damping, and the spring/air components of the fork.
You need new high and low speed adjustable compression and rebound assemblies with their associated adjusters. As these parts retail in excess of £430, it is better to buy a Team model in the first place. This means that you don’t have to sacrifice efficiency, weight, or sheer speed to ride how you want. The air piston on Solo Air forks must move up and down, around 1mm on the air shaft, to allow the positive air to balance the negative air at top of the stroke. This will keep your newly upgrade fork well lubed and slippery. However, if you send your fork into us for service and remote lock-out, we will fit the return spring at the same time.
Cheap air fork upgrade in a little over an hour. Read More Power Bulge™ When you need your forearms to be stronger for more control, you bulk them up in the gym. After working on your fork, we reassemble it, putting racing lube in all the right places, and setting the damping circuits to best match your style of riding. We will also advise on spring selection on both Race and Team models. Next we do a leak test on air forks before hand dyno’ing it to check all the adjusters do what they’re meant to do.