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Cheeseman Cheeseman
9/19/2011 11:06 AM

Just recently I´ve been lucky to be present at the Release of the limited edition WC Race Downhill bike from YT-Industries.

The best part of all was being able to pick the brains of the Marzocchi head mechanic, and Manager regarding the setup and tuning of their new Marzocchi 888 RC3 EVO Titanium fork....

I´ve finally put that information together, and share that with you all now with the aim of helping those who wish to get the most out of their fork.

7 photos in total so far... it is a bit rough, but should give you the idea to start with..

Regards, and good biking,

Neal


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TheBaron TheBaron
9/19/2011 2:31 PM

Awesome, thanks! new bike arriving with these forks this week!

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toughyguy toughyguy
9/20/2011 12:21 AM

Nice! Thanks for taking to time to create this 888 RC3 EVO Ti fork setup/tuning guide!

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lonelyplanetrider lonelyplanetrider
3/27/2016 4:11 PM

I hope my question can get some responses. I've got a Marz 888 RC3 Evo V2 2012. When I took the fork off the bike, removing it from the crowns, the rebound/ compression leg sags lower than the spring leg. Do you think this might just be a lack of oil or air? Hope someone can answer. Thanks.

https://p.vitalmtb.com/photos/users/14782/photos/103238/s600_IMG_20160327_152229.jpg?1459120073

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cbs cbs
12/7/2016 2:40 PM

does any one have setting that they were happy with for this fork ? rider is about 90 kg and running the firm spring

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