the elkas were going to be my pick but the several forms have said elka is great if they take the time to dial them in right to rider weight, style, and and ride height. other wise youll end out sending them out for a revale? my conclusion is elka has goten to big of a company
-When the shocks come from ELKA they’re setup for you. You are not required to send them to a third party to get them corrected. In fact it’s free from ELKA to have them modified by Elka within the first 30 days for free.
the fox floats 1000 bucks (for fronts). fox is the way to go except it is hard for a weekend rider to adjust to get the right ride hight ect, then you need the hand pump (not sure the cost) and this only covers my front shocks.
The hand pump comes standard with the Floats , Float R , and the Float X Evols. They’re a very plush over roots, small breaking bumps, sand and jagged edges. They also absorb harsh landings. After the initial setup they’re awesome. However, I agree it can be tricky to find the perfect setting right out of the box.
so i went with revalve, Kevin from Jogaca is located in airzona, answered all my questions, and did a stellar job on my stock shocks. they now have triple rate springs, powder coated, revalved with elka parts and this was the front and rear shocks for just under 800. i dont get arm pump any more and not feeling so beat up after rideing.
my quad is more stable at high speeds and they came bolt on ready. no adjusting was needed ride hight was right. In all this i just needed to give credit where credit was due and its a night and day difference for this weekend dune rider!
Did the 800 include a new rear link as well ? It’s great you love them and they’re doing exactly what you want out in the dunes.