The forks are Fox "40 Performance Elite", one step down from the top line "40 Factory" model. Claimed 8" of travel, but I only use about 5 1/2 for my street riding. Supposedly these forks are usually only sold for oem installation as a more economical version of the Factory model. The seller on eBay said he was able to get his hands on a limited number of boxes.Well I continue to love on your bike. The Fox shocks look great and having used Fox's on all my dirt trucks & some of my mountain bikes I'm convinced of their quality and performance.
How much travel on the Fox and are the air spring over air shock?
Yes, my knees are already thanking me. For the last 8 years that I've been riding motor bicycles I've ridden with my seats all the way down. Pedal geometry always took a backseat to style, but with a dropper we can have both. Now with only 100 miles experience with it, I totally agree with you. Even though droppers were designed for a different purpose, they go with motor bicycles, and especially eBikes like bacon goes with eggs.I'm a big fan of dropper posts and have run them on all my mountain bikes over the last 15 years. I use one on my e-MB as well, so your use of a dropper post makes everyday practical sense to me on your e-bike. Good incorporation of a product that really benefits the riding experience into your bike. Your knees and back are going to love you for this addition that makes pedaling so much more efficient and less painful. I'm not a vendor, lol, but am a fan of the dropper!
It's made by Fastrace, and has a 1000 lb straight wound spring compared to the stock DNM with 850 lb dual rate spring. All I can say is the Fastrace is a much better quality shock, and I'm very happy with it.TDPro pitbike shock? How’s that working out for you? I tried an 850lb and it was way too strong.