Fox MY2021 DHX2 and FloatX2 revealed

Fox MTB have kept the announcements coming with the release of the MY2021 DHX2 and FloatX2. 

The new shocks were revealed to riders alongside the brand new 38, 36 and 40 forks as the American brand shows off their MY2021 range. 

Both models feature a complete redesign for 2021, including new chassis, dampers and matching 8-click HSC and HSR adjustment as well as progressive MCU bottom-out bumpers unique to the specifications of each shock. 

Both models start from approximately the $1000 mark and will be availiable in Australia by the end of April.

Check out the specs of each shock below. 

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  • ALL-NEW chassis 

  • NEW damper  

  • NEW high-flow main piston 

  • NEW progressive MCU bottom-out bumper  

  • Matching 8-click HSC and HSR adjustment on Grip2 forks and X2 shocks 

  • NEW HSR with VVC (Variable Valve Control)  

  • Independent firm mode circuit – firmer lockout than  previous DHX2  

  • Ultra-low friction, highly durable damper shaft finish  

  • Improved bearing ratio for metric sizes  

  • Reduced length reservoir for better fit on more frames  

  • Steel outer body and finned inner body for improved structural rigidity and reduced hysteresis 

  • NEW detents on spring collar to prevent loosening under light preload conditions 

  • RRP: $1049 - $1115 

Float X2 float-x2-factory-lever-standard-side-ortho.jpg

  • ALL-NEW chassis  

  • NEW damper  

  • NEW high-flow main piston 

  • NEW progressive MCU bottom-out bumper 

  • Matching 8-click HSC and HSR adjustment on GRIP2 forks and X2 shocks  

  • NEW HSR with VVC (Variable Valve Control) 

  • Independent firm mode circuit – firmer lockout than  previous Float X2  

  • Ultra-low-friction, highly durable damper shaft finish  

  • Improved bearing ratio for metric sizes 

  • Reduced length reservoir for better fit on more frames  

  • Finned inner body for improved structural rigidity and reduced hysteresis  

  • NEW lower friction air seal 

  • Updated compression ratios, 300psi max 

  • RRP: $1079 - $1125 

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