Fox Shox Float Fork Air Volume Reduction Spacer
The best way for a perfect fork set up.
If you have the correct sag and are either, blowing through all your travel easily or not using enough, then you need to experiment with Volume reducers. Volume reducers do just that, they reduce the volume of your air chamber. When you reduce the size of your chamber, you will cause the fork to 'ramp up' quicker, basically becoming progressively harder to compress the fork further in the travel.
If you're using all your travel too easily, adding spacers will prevent this. On the flip side, if you're not using enough, removing them is the way to go. Please note: There's no set rule for how many to add. It comes down to your own personal preferences and some trial and error.
Each spacer comes in different based on colour:
- Float 32, Blue: 8cc.
- Float 34, Green: 10cc.
- Float 36, Blue: 7.6cc.
- Float 36, Orange: 10.8cc
- Float 40, Red: 10cc.
Ratings & Reviews
Fox float volume refucers
by Russell M. -
Don't know twice I have been sent the wrong item. Hopefully I'll get it sometime soon.
Best up grade to my forks
by mark h. -
I have 34mm Fox shocks and have pushed them from 140mm to 160mm (which was a great upgrade) but putting in the volume spacer was what I should have tried 1st. The increase of ramp up from such a small bit of plastic is huge. This totally changes the reaction from big hits and helps stop the forks diving so much. Mountain bikes direct had quick delivery which helped as I ordered the wrong part 1st ??.