Marzocchi Super T Pro 2002 Front Shocks

DESCRIPTION

  • NEW 170mm/7" travel
  • NEW open bath HSCV cartridge
  • NEW multi-circuit damping design
  • Coil springs
  • BAM Powerwrap 'M'-arch
  • External preload & rebound control
  • 30mm aluminum stanchions
  • NEW QR20PLUS dropouts

  • USER REVIEWS

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    [May 10, 2013]
    Highclimber

    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
    Strength:

    - good damping
    - preload and rebound on both sides
    - adjuster have good effect
    - rarely needs a service, if it does, easy to do
    - quite strong, even with 30mm Stanchions
    - not too heavy
    - durable seals ( riding mine for ages)

    Weakness:

    - much flex
    - no direct mount available

    Good fork for (today) less money. In the beginning it´s ab bit scary because of the flex, but it won´t break, even with the thin 30mm Stanchions, which produce a quite akward optic in front of the bike, but i like it^^
    Great for Freeride and local DH, for hard DH i would buy a stiffer fork.

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    Marzocchi 66 RCV 2012, Rockshox Totem 2011, Marzocchi Junior T 2003

    [Jun 28, 2003]
    sam
    Downhiller

    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    4
    Strength:

    LOTS of travel, looks cool, stiff, very adjustable.

    Weakness:

    The only thing I can think of is it takes a little while to break in/ do adjustments.

    This fork is so sweet. It is great if you are a downhiller or a freerider doing big jumps and drops. It sucks up little bumps like they are not even there because it has 7 inches of travel. I have never flatted it out, and you never will because you can adjust it just the way you like! I recommend this to any downhiller or freerider looking for a long travel, very sturdy fork. I only took the value down one because it does cost over $600. It's still the best.

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    Rockshox

    [Jun 02, 2003]
    Boone

    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
    Strength:

    7", external rebound

    Weakness:

    none so far

    good fork, buy it

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    z3 boxxer race

    [May 29, 2003]
    a rider in ca
    Downhiller

    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
    Strength:

    it's nice

    Weakness:

    a little flexy

    the rider below, first of all, who the heck calls your fork "shock"? get your act together and talk to some riders with Super-T's and see if you buddies playeda trick on you. If it's good enough for Bobby Bourdon to jump a cliff, maybe you are the problem. Cheers.
    P.S., I love my Super_T

    [Mar 05, 2006]
    David Craig

    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
    Strength:

    it is a light and strong fork with lots of smooth travel. it has taken every jump so far.

    Weakness:

    they tend to flex a little but other than that and exelent fork

    GET ONE!!!
    one of the best forks i have tried i would recomend it for downhill racing. i was lucky and got a good deal on mine. im not sure how much they cost rrp. the best $90 i have ever spent.

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    dnm mirage, monster t 2003, dirt jumper 1 and 3

    [Mar 02, 2002]
    alex smith
    Weekend Warrior

    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
    Strength:

    look, stiff, 20mm axle(to bad it aint dedicated), cant be bottomed, nice

    Weakness:

    when eva i compress the fork wit no rebound(fastest) i have a squeek noise, its really annoyin ne one have this prob???
    u cut ur fingers on the rebound adjusters,

    awesome fork dont listen to the weaknesses, i just wanna see if ne one has the same prob, in fact the fork has no flaws

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    z5

    [Feb 23, 2002]
    Tom

    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
    Strength:

    stiff,seven inches, cheap, buttery, plus you get the hub with it, what more can you ask?

    Weakness:

    havent found any yet...

    sweet fork for a sweet price, the boxxer is too much $, and I doubt it is as smooth as the Super T Pro

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    rockshock forks mostly

    [Dec 03, 2001]
    Kyle
    Downhiller

    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
    Strength:

    This fork is able to take the abuse of pro downhill trails and then sum. The 7 inches of travel really help when landing the 6 footer at NorthStar. This fork is the best

    Weakness:

    This fork is so good i can not find any weaknesses.

    This fork is the best money could buy for $825. When i told my friend i get 7 incheshe was pised because he just got a boxxer and it only gets 6 inches and he paid $1,098.all in all this fork is pimp. and thats the bottem line.

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    Jr.t

    [Dec 05, 2001]
    Ashley Appling
    Downhiller

    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
    Strength:

    Everything! It has saved my but off some drops that a 5" Fork would have sent me over the bars on. It will take 6,7,8 ft drops no problem(just get back on the seat and yank up) I weigh about 195lbs and I had to get the X-heavy springs and use a 10 wt fork oil and now I can't bottom it out. It rocks. Feel the "Marzocchi Love"

    Weakness:

    None

    If you don't want to worry about anything when you're going off 6,7,8 ft drops then get the Zocchi. It's plush and stiff through Rock Gardens, and it will soak up anything you can dish out. Don't even look at RS, or M-----u, they may ba a little lighter, but when your going down, WHO CARES!

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    Monster T, JR. T, Z1 MCR,

    [Feb 07, 2002]
    Jonathan
    Downhiller

    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    4
    Strength:

    Buttery... oh so buttery! Zero stiction, pretty stiff, really good feel, soaks it all up real good

    Weakness:

    small stanchions, I have seen them destroyed on full on DH frames but as a FR fork it is beautiful

    It is a great fork. Not to heavy, soaks everything up real good for a fork of its size. It would be nice if you could adjust the travel like with the Jr but the 20mm through axel is the way to go. If you want a amature level race fork that will last more than one season without some major service then this is it. As a sweet freeride fork for a not-so-much-up-but-more-down freeride bike its perfect. For a 7 and 6 inch setup it's perfect. Similar to a Boxxer but a little cheaper and its a Marzocchi... what more can you say.

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    Boxxer

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