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1 reviewThe best possible suspension set-up for each track is most often what decides the winner. The PODIUM® RC3 gives riders unsurpassed suspension performance along with the ability to fine tune to the perfect setting quicker and easier than ever before. FOX's proprietary external adjustments allow riders to independently dial in the optimum amount of high- and low-speed compression, rebound, and bottom-out control, completely independent of each other.
1 reviewThe timeless championship winning weapon of choice - The Fox Podium X rear shocks This shock only likes to be one place at the end of a race - on the podium The industry standard for performance and durability The springs that come on your Podium X are customized for your weight, riding style and terrain Either be fitted with dual springs or a single spring, depending on your make of swing-arm and linkage 47mm steel body Velocity sensitive damping control Massive 5/8in. super-finished hard chrome shaft Remote aluminum reservoir External rebound adjustments Chrome silicon dual and single springs Added oil volume makes it the perfect solution for ATV rear applications where higher spring rates and more damping are required Newly redesigned external dual speed compression adjuster (DSC) Wide-range rebound adjuster
0 commentsWhile I rode motocross on a 2-stroke 79' CR125R Red Rocket twin shocker, 1st one Honda of Wilson sold. My brother and others had already been Enduro racing 79' XR-185 w/ Honda's Power up kit (pipe & 200cc jug) and serious Cross Country racing/riding XR200 twin shock frame bikes. For me at the time I was motocross racing and woods play riding by building various 75' CR-250m framed Kawasaki KL-250 engine(The Kawonda) and TL/SL/XL 100-125 combinations from various left over parts. After riding these bikes local play riding, we graduated up to Uwharrie National Forest for fast rock strewn challenging single track trail riding & extreme trail hill climbing(circa:79'-86'). I bought the first drastically improved handling 1981 "Pro-Link" XR200R Honda of Wilson received in 81'. This first bike was the basis for the Pro-Link framed 200 motor modifications I actually still have. This 81'XR200R was purchased in 1983 with no compression due to choke flap screw that came loose and got sucked into engine through carb. The screw got peened between top of head into piston sticking top compression ring into ring groove and causing loss of engine compression. At this point the performance modifications of porting the cylinder head started and replacing piston w/ 66mm 10.5:1 CR from Powroll. We had already been replacing stock Kehien 26mm carb primarily due to blubbering poor carbureaution (possible float level issues), with easier to tune(jets available) 28mm Mikuni, round slide w/o choke plate/flap, and opening up air box with 3" hole drilled in top & gauze type less restrictive high air-flo filter. Powroll header with Supertrap wafer disc exhaust to help with weight and flow. I started racing bike at local flat track turned MX around 1984. I actually found this bike very competitive against 2-stroke 125 full on motocrossers. I ran amateur class as I felt not good enough for Pro class. Around then I started improving the suspension first with a 1980 CR250R complete front end. Then Fox Shox Twin Clicker for the rear. Both of these made for better handling on Mx tracks. I found used through Cycle News a Fox Factory Forx set up, a Calfab aluminum swingarm in need of repair and rear hub with Sun 18" rear rim with stainless steel spokes. These improvements made motocross riding the bike more feasible but still lacked full on MX capability.