- Bleed your RockShox Charger Damper with our full bleed kit.
- Fittings included for Charger 1 and the new Charger 2 damper.
- Includes 100ml Genuine 3wt Suspension fluid.
- Full, easy-to-follow bleed instructions.
- Compatible with all RockShox Charger Damper equipped suspension forks.
- Perfect for beginners or experienced bike mechanics.
- UK Delivery £1.99. FREE on orders over £20.
Bleed your RockShox Charger Damper with our unique Charger Damper Bleed Kit. While RockShox may have brought you the Charger Damper bleed tip (if you can find one in stock anywhere) we've gone one better and brought you the whole kit!
Fully compatible with all Charger Damper 1 & 2 equipped suspension forks including - Pike DJ, Pike RC, Pike RCT3, BoXXer Team, BoXXer World Cup and the BoXXer Charger Damper Upgrade Kit.
You'll get 100ml of genuine replacement 3wt Suspension Fluid with your bleed kit - no fear of compatibility issues or voiding your warranty. Need more? Add a second bottle of 3wt Suspension Fluid to your order.
Say no to expensive labour costs, and the two week wait at your local bike shop, let us guide you through the simple, DIY task of bleeding your own RockShox Charger Damper. We're ready when you are.
Join over 75,000 riders who've bled their brakes with us! Buy your Bleed Kit for RockShox Charger Damper from Epic Bleed Solutions - No.1 for mountain bike brake bleeding.
Complete with everything valuable product, you insert the syringe well, the oil is just the exact amount if you lose a little you miss
All I needed to bleed my Pike damper - just enough oil to replace and bleed.
Ace. Will order again from Epic. Will order again.
Great product. All went well, can't say any more than that!
The bleed kit is good quality and all you need to get the job done (besides a few simple tools that most of us have in our kit). The only issue is (I believe) with the poor lower seal on the earlier charger dampers. You can bleed and bleed and air still appears. I found losing the plunger and bleeding it passively worked quite well. And if your damper has gone so far that there's barely any oil left (again due to the poor lower seal) then a strip and rebuild would probably be better than trying to refill with oil from the bleed port.