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Fox 32 Talas 140/110 CTD-ADJ 15QR 1.5 Tapered Fork 2013


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FOX 32 Talas FIT CTD Tapered 140/150mm Fork 2013
Fox 32 Talas 140/110 CTD-ADJ 15QR 1.5 Tapered Fork 2013

Travel adjustable, air mountain bike suspension forks that are perfect for trail riding and shuttle-less freeriding. Travel adjustability is 2-position, ranging from 140 to 110mm

FIT (FOX Isolated Technology)
Air and oil do mix, and in the world of suspension, it degrades performance. Fox's isolation technology employs a bladder system that simply keeps the oil and air from mixing to provide optimal performance in all riding extremes.

Kashima Coat
Buttery-smooth, Genuine Kashima Coat is available only from FOX Racing Shox. Its distinctive gold color is backed by its high performance attributes-properties that provide an exceptionally smooth feel and extreme durability.

For those who go big instead of going home, a 20QR axle is in order.

  • Climb/Trail/Descend (3 positions)
  • Trail adjust tuning range (1, 2, 3)
  • Rebound
  • Air spring pressure
  • TALAS 2 position travel adjust
  • Due to manufacturer restrictions we can only ship this item within the U.S. and Canada

Ritchey Pro Logic Zero Press-Fit Tapered Headset

If you're running a modern tapered headtube, then do the right thing and install a fresh Ritchey Pro Logic Zero Tapper Headset. With smooth bearings and long-lasting grease your bike will steer smoothly, and thanks to the precise machining will also track with accuracy.


Model 32 Talas
Adjustments Climb/Trail/Descend (3 positions), Trail adjust tuning range (1, 2, 3), Rebound, Air spring pressure, TALAS 2 position travel adjust
Travel TALAS 2 Position 4.3 inches / 110 mm OR 5.5 inches / 140 mm
Wheel Size 26"
Axle Type 15QR thru axle system
Spring Type AIR
Application/Type Freeride, Trail
Features FIT (FOX Isolated Technology), Kashima Coat, 15QR
Steertube Dia. 1.5" taper aluminum
Weight 3.85 lb / 1.75 kg
Warranty 1 Year
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2014 SPEC Fox 32 Talas 140/110 CTD-ADJ 15QR - Apr 23, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
Castro Valley, CA

If you have read the previous write up, you know that the fork was a big improvement from the much older version that I was riding on. The new 2013 fork was ridden on for about 11 months with absolutely no mechanical issues, I only wished that it worked like the FLOAT series that FOX produces (less stiction, better small bump compliance, better bottom-out resistance without over inflating the air spring, etc.). In October of 2013, I began hearing rumors and finally saw print on the newer 2014 spec of the TALAS line of forks. Turns out that while nothing was really new on the outside of the forks, the internals were pretty much all new and accomplished what I had been wishing for which was to basically mimic the action and performance of the FLOAT series with the travel adjustment of the TALAS line. Upon some investigation and few phone calls, I found out that the FOX Service Center in nearby Watsonville has the ability to service the internals and update my fork to both the 2014 TALAS 5 Air Unit and Damper unit (you REALLY want to do both) for a very reasonable fee. The fork was off the bike and set via UPS as requested and within a week, I had the updated fork on the bike and ready to rock. I now have been riding what is essentially a 2014 TALAS 32, FIT CTD, w/trail adj. fork since 11/2013 and have been loving every minute of it. I now have the spring and damping curves that I wanted to begin with, the lighter weight of the 32mm stanchion tubes, excellent small bump compliance and bottom-out resistance. If you have a 2013 fork, get it upgraded - you will notice a big difference, especially in the climb mode. If you are looking at a 2013 vs. 2014 fork, get the 2014 - it’s worth it! 5 Stars !! Q

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2013 Fox 32 Talas 140/110 CTD-ADJ 15QR 1.5 Tapered - Apr 23, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
Castro Valley, CA

This review covers the original stock 2013 version of the Fox FIT TALAS 15QR as ordered with the 150/120 option. My previous bike was fitted with a Fox TALAS 130 with the old wind up / down travel adjustment. I really liked and used the travel adjustment for longer climbing and descending portions of the trail. When it came time to set up a new fork for my new frame, I went with the 2013 version of the fork that matched the spec I needed and the rear shock that came with the frame (FOX CTD, Kash, Boost, w/trail adj). Even though the old fork and new one are both 32mm stanchion models, the new feels stiffer - probably due to updates in the castings, bushings, and tapered steer tube. I really liked that the high and low positions were now controlled by a two position dial rather than have to spin a knob that adjusted 3mm per click (lots of turns up and down). Once dialed in, the fork did everything that it was supposed to but I found that I had to run a bit more pressure in it to keep from bottoming out on rougher terrain or bigger hits. For a 32mm fork, it tracks pretty well most likely due to the 15mm QR thru axle that holds things together in a much stiffer manner. Besides the bottoming issue that is solved with about 10lbs. more air pressure, small bump compliance could be more refined and smoother - especially since I know that the FLOAT model feels that way when I tested it on another bike. The fork was ridden from 11/2012 to 11/2013 with no mechanical or leaking issues - but I have suspected that certain performance aspects could be improved upon with custom valving or something. This aspect will be followed up in an additional review regarding the 2014 spec TALAS forks. Keep the knobby side down - Q

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