Sektor TK air valve location ???

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Sektor TK air valve location ???

Postby elredso » Fri Oct 05, 2012 21:24 pm

Assume I am being very dim - but cant find the air cartridge to change fork pressure on this fork !

They are on a Cannondale Jekyll

One side = Min / Max lever (that alters travel from 120 to 150)
Other side = Lockout lever (switches lockout on and off)

Bottom of fork leg = Rebound adjuster
Other side = Hex head

Didnt get a manual with them - as came with bike, cant find one on website either

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Re: Sektor TK air valve location ???

Postby cooldad » Fri Oct 05, 2012 21:29 pm

Maybe they're coil.
But all tech docs are on Sram's website.
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Re: Sektor TK air valve location ???

Postby nicklouse » Fri Oct 05, 2012 21:29 pm

year of bike?

is it an air fork?

pics of the top of the left leg. you sat on bike.
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Re: Sektor TK air valve location ???

Postby The Northern Monkey » Fri Oct 05, 2012 21:30 pm

The positive air chamber valve is under the top cap located on the non-drive side fork leg. If the fork also has a negative air chamber, remove the valve cap located at the bottom of the non-drive side air chamber.

The positive air chamber valve cap for 2-Step and Dual Position Air forks is located at the bottom of the non-drive side fork leg.

Edit: thats 2011 forks I think.

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Re: Sektor TK air valve location ???

Postby cooldad » Fri Oct 05, 2012 21:35 pm

I think the dual position are only coil.
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Re: Sektor TK air valve location ???

Postby warpcow » Sat Oct 06, 2012 07:35 am

^^This. It's not an air fork.

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Re: Sektor TK air valve location ???

Postby chez_m356 » Sat Oct 06, 2012 11:00 am

cooldad wrote:I think the dual position are only coil.

certainly looks that way, from sram website
    The RockShox Sektor is a perfect example of trickle down technology. Take the great performance and the chassis of the Revelation and tag it with a price you won't believe. And there is still Motion Control damping and the new Dual Position Coil in the Sektor to transform your downhill into smooth and your uphill into easy.
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Re: Sektor TK air valve location ???

Postby cooldad » Sat Oct 06, 2012 15:45 pm

Which would explain the lack of a valve.
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Re: Sektor TK air valve location ???

Postby elredso » Mon Oct 08, 2012 10:41 am

well thats confusing as they have an air pressure specified for teh tk on their chart:

http://cdn.sram.com/cdn/farfuture/Kbem4 ... t_2013.pdf

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Re: Sektor TK air valve location ???

Postby cooldad » Mon Oct 08, 2012 10:57 am

elredso wrote:well thats confusing as they have an air pressure specified for teh tk on their chart:

http://cdn.sram.com/cdn/farfuture/Kbem4 ... t_2013.pdf

For the Solo Air. Looks like you have a coil.
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