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Shockwiz Compatibility

Is ShockWiz compatible with my suspension?

ShockWiz is compatible with most air sprung suspension forks and rear shocks on the market. To be compatible, your suspension must meet the below requirements.

  • The fork or shock must be air sprung. 
  • The fork or shock must have a positive air spring chamber that consists of a single volume. Meaning that as the suspension compresses the volume of air cannot change. 
  • The positive and negative air chambers must not be joined when a shock pump is installed. 
  • The positive air chamber must not fill through the negative air chamber.


The below list contains suspension products, air spring technologies and air spring add-ons that are NOT compatible with ShockWiz. 

Click here for the current Incompatibility List by Manufacturer. If you have any questions, please contact us!


Mounting considerations:

Please review this blog article regarding mounting your ShockWiz to your fork or rear shock. Mounting may be problematic on some forks and shocks due to frame or linkage design.