Jade

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This is the Service page for the Jade.

To access the Set Up page click HERE

To access the Tuning page click HERE

To access the OWNER’S MANUAL click HERE

Full Service
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Jade Damper Service Guide

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Service Intervals
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MaintenanceMaintenance

Interval

Inspect the Exterior of the Shock for any Damage and the Adjusters are functioning Properly Regularly
Check Bushings for Wear & PlayRegularly
Check Bladder Pressure 160-200PSI Every ride
Clean Shaft & Inspect for Scratches or DamageEvery ride
Full Service- Damper Rebuild and Seal Replace  100 hours
Replace Bladder 100 hours

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Bladder
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The Jade Coil features a bladder in place of a traditional IFP (Internal Floating Piston) for optimum small bump sensitivity. The purpose of the bladder is to separate the air from the oil in the reservoir. To achieve the best performance and durability, it is extremely important to set the air pressure to the proper range.

1. Remove air cap (A) to access air valve (B). Thread on a suspension specific pump and apply air pressure within the proper range. 160-200 psi.

Bladder

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Igus Bushings & Mounting Hardware
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Info Coming Soon… Hang Tight!

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Torque Specs
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Info Coming Soon… Hang Tight!

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Crash & Visual Inspection
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After a crash, do not ride your bicycle, if any one of the following test criteria is not passed! Riding your bike without eliminating any defect or carrying out the necessary adjustments can result in an accident, serious injury or even death.

  • After a crash, Do you notice any cracks, dents, bent or tarnished parts of your suspension fork or any other part of your bicycle? If so, please contact a trained and qualified bicycle mechanic to check your fork and/or complete bike.
  • Can you notice any oil leaking out of your fork? Check hidden areas like behind the fork guard under the crown and main seals. If so, please consult a trained and qualified bicycle mechanic to check your fork or bike.
  • Make sure your wheels are perfectly centered in order to avoid any contact with suspension fork or brake system. Check and see if your handlebars are aligned with the front wheel
  • If the wheel is not aligned with your handlebars, please inspect the fork for damage and re-adjust fork in the clamps. Refer to fork installation guide for proper set-up and torque specs.

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Spare Parts List
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Jade Spare Parts Diagram

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Reference #Part NumberDescription
11421010Housing
21429002Compression Assembly
31421012Reservior Body
41421003Bladder
51421004Bladder Air Cap
61421007Air Cap Lock Nut
71421001Air Cap
81421013Spring Clip
91421011Preload Collar
101421009-225Main Body 2.25
101421009-275/250Main Body 2.75/2.5
101421009-300Main Body 3.0
101421009-350Main Body 3.5
121429004Piston Bolt Group (EXCEPT 3.5″)
121429004-350Piston Bolt Group (3.5″ Only)
141421017-22514mm Shaft 2.25
141421017-25014mm Shaft 2.5
141421017-27514mm Shaft 2.75
141421017-30014mm Shaft 3.0
141421017-35014mm Shaft 3.5
151421018Rebound Adjuster Knob
161429006Seal/Repair Kit
181421014Bumper
201429020IGUS DU Bushings Kit
211429001-225Shaft Assembly Kit 225
211429001-250Shaft Assembly Kit 250
211429001-275Shaft Assembly Kit 275
211429001-300Shaft Assembly Kit 300
211429001-350Shaft Assembly Kit 350
1429007Shim Kit

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Owner’s Manual
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Choose Language: 

English | French | German | Italian | Spanish | Japanese

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Diamond Tuning
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This is the Tuning page for the Diamond.

To access the DIAMOND BOOST TRAVEL CHANGE GUIDE  click HERE

To access the DIAMOND NON BOOST TRAVEL CHANGE GUIDE  click HERE

To access the OWNER’S MANUALS click HERE

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Topaz
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This is the Tuning page for the Topaz T3Air.

To access the Service page click HERE

To access the Set Up page click HERE 

To access the OWNER’S MANUAL click HERE

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Emerald
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This is the Set Up page for the Emerald.

To access the Tuning page click HERE

To access the Service Guides click HERE

To access the Owner’s Manuals click HERE

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Diamond
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This is the Set Up page for the Diamond.

To access the DIAMOND BOOST TRAVEL CHANGE GUIDE  click HERE

To access the DIAMOND NON BOOST TRAVEL CHANGE GUIDE  click HERE

To access the OWNER’S MANUALS click HERE

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Garnet Seat Post
Topaz
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This is the Set Up page for the Topaz T3Air.

To access the TUNING page click HERE

To access the Service page click HERE

To access the OWNER’S MANUAL click HERE

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Topaz
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This is the Service page for the Topaz T3Air.

To access the TUNING page click HERE

To access the Set Up page click HERE

To access the OWNER’S MANUAL click HERE

We recommend all DVO Suspension service should be performed by a qualified bicycle mechanic. Terrain, location and riding ability can greatly affect the interval in which maintenance should be performed. Always inspect your products, and lean towards caution if maintenance is in question. When in doubt, consult a qualified bicycle mechanic, or contact DVO Suspension directly.[/box]

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Beryl Travel Adjust and OTT Setting Change
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Click the link to view the Beryl Travel Adjust and OTT Setting Change PDF Click Here

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Air Pressure
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Setting the air pressure in the DVO Diamond is setting the spring rate for your fork. This is what is going to make the fork firmer or softer. Below is a base setting chart for air pressure to get you started. Set your pressure to the recommended PSI then check your SAG point. If you are sagging too much, add some air pressure, if you’re sagging too little, remove air pressure.

Proper Set Up

The Diamond uses an external negative spring adjust (OTT) to tune the beginning of the travel  (sensitivity of the fork). Once you get into the mid-stroke of the fork, the air spring (air pressure) is active. This controls your mid-stroke support and your bottom out. In simpler terms, set your air pressure for your mid-stroke and bottom out then set your OTT to fine tune how it feels off the top.

How do I know how much OTT is right for my air pressure? 

Lighter riders (lower air pressure) will use less OTT. (less sensitive) Heavier riders will need more OTT (more sensitive). The reason for this is because the OTT is there to counter-act the forces of a higher air pressure so you don’t loose small bump sensitivity. When you are using a lower air pressure, you don’t need as much to counter-act the air pressure. If you run too much OTT with a light air pressure, the fork will suck itself down and you will loose travel.

View one of the lower tabs to learn more about your OTT

To access the air valve you must remove the air spring cap.  Attach your shock pump securely and inflate the air spring to the recommended air pressure. After you have added the proper amount of air pressure remember to securely replace the air spring cap so that no dirt or moisture can get inside.

Access air valve by removing air cap

Access air valve by removing air cap

Attach shock pump to air valve and inflate to recommended pressure or proper sag is achieved

Attach shock pump to air valve and inflate to recommended pressure or proper sag is achieved

Air Pressure Range: 90-170psi

Rider Weight Air Pressure
120-139lbs | 54-63kg 90-100psi
140-159lbs | 64-72kg 100-110psi
160-179lbs | 73-81kg 110-125psi
180-199lbs | 82-90kg 125-130psi
200-219lbs | 91-100kg 130-135psi
220-239lbs | 100-108kg 135-140psi
240+lbs | 109kg+ 140-170psi

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Owner’s Manual

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Choose Language: 

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Diamond Tuning

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This is the Tuning page for the Diamond.

To access the DIAMOND BOOST TRAVEL CHANGE GUIDE  click HERE

To access the DIAMOND NON BOOST TRAVEL CHANGE GUIDE  click HERE

To access the OWNER’S MANUALS click HERE

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Topaz

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This is the Tuning page for the Topaz T3Air.

To access the Service page click HERE

To access the Set Up page click HERE 

To access the OWNER’S MANUAL click HERE

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Emerald

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This is the Set Up page for the Emerald.

To access the Tuning page click HERE

To access the Service Guides click HERE

To access the Owner’s Manuals click HERE

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Diamond

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This is the Set Up page for the Diamond.

To access the DIAMOND BOOST TRAVEL CHANGE GUIDE  click HERE

To access the DIAMOND NON BOOST TRAVEL CHANGE GUIDE  click HERE

To access the OWNER’S MANUALS click HERE

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Garnet Seat Post
Topaz

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This is the Set Up page for the Topaz T3Air.

To access the TUNING page click HERE

To access the Service page click HERE

To access the OWNER’S MANUAL click HERE

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Topaz

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This is the Service page for the Topaz T3Air.

To access the TUNING page click HERE

To access the Set Up page click HERE

To access the OWNER’S MANUAL click HERE

We recommend all DVO Suspension service should be performed by a qualified bicycle mechanic. Terrain, location and riding ability can greatly affect the interval in which maintenance should be performed. Always inspect your products, and lean towards caution if maintenance is in question. When in doubt, consult a qualified bicycle mechanic, or contact DVO Suspension directly.[/box]

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Beryl Travel Adjust and OTT Setting Change

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Click the link to view the Beryl Travel Adjust and OTT Setting Change PDF Click Here

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Air Pressure

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Setting the air pressure in the DVO Diamond is setting the spring rate for your fork. This is what is going to make the fork firmer or softer. Below is a base setting chart for air pressure to get you started. Set your pressure to the recommended PSI then check your SAG point. If you are sagging too much, add some air pressure, if you’re sagging too little, remove air pressure.

Proper Set Up

The Diamond uses an external negative spring adjust (OTT) to tune the beginning of the travel  (sensitivity of the fork). Once you get into the mid-stroke of the fork, the air spring (air pressure) is active. This controls your mid-stroke support and your bottom out. In simpler terms, set your air pressure for your mid-stroke and bottom out then set your OTT to fine tune how it feels off the top.

How do I know how much OTT is right for my air pressure? 

Lighter riders (lower air pressure) will use less OTT. (less sensitive) Heavier riders will need more OTT (more sensitive). The reason for this is because the OTT is there to counter-act the forces of a higher air pressure so you don’t loose small bump sensitivity. When you are using a lower air pressure, you don’t need as much to counter-act the air pressure. If you run too much OTT with a light air pressure, the fork will suck itself down and you will loose travel.

View one of the lower tabs to learn more about your OTT

To access the air valve you must remove the air spring cap.  Attach your shock pump securely and inflate the air spring to the recommended air pressure. After you have added the proper amount of air pressure remember to securely replace the air spring cap so that no dirt or moisture can get inside.

Access air valve by removing air cap

Access air valve by removing air cap

Attach shock pump to air valve and inflate to recommended pressure or proper sag is achieved

Attach shock pump to air valve and inflate to recommended pressure or proper sag is achieved

Air Pressure Range: 90-170psi

Rider Weight Air Pressure
120-139lbs | 54-63kg 90-100psi
140-159lbs | 64-72kg 100-110psi
160-179lbs | 73-81kg 110-125psi
180-199lbs | 82-90kg 125-130psi
200-219lbs | 91-100kg 130-135psi
220-239lbs | 100-108kg 135-140psi
240+lbs | 109kg+ 140-170psi

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