So I've just got some new Revelation RCT3 forks, supposedly the flagship damper they make. But there's literally no information on the SRAM website (or the user manual, or the 2011 technical manual (there's no 2012 version)) on how it all works. I'm a bit reluctant to take it apart just to see - does anyone have this fork or know about it?
SRAM says this: Add in the new RCT3 – a lockout with three positions – and you can adapt to any terrain: Switch between “Open” (with all DNA possibilities), “Threshold” (takes away the big bumps) and “Lockout” for fast rolling on smooth ground.
There are some pictures here of the dials - http://www.sram.com/rockshox/products/revelation-rct3
I have a blue 3 position lever (off/semi-locked/lockout) which is simple enough. Then there's a silver 'L Comp' dial - I presume this is low speed compression? Is this supposed to work in all positions of the blue lever? It turns nicely 12 clicks but I'm damned if I can notice a difference in the way the fork feels.
What I don't understand: Where's the high speed compression adjustment? I'm used to Rock Shox motion contro so I expected the blue dial to be high speed compression but it's not. SRAM say I have open 'with all DNA possibilities' but it seems as though I get a different set of options - basically I have low speed compression instead of high speed compression and floodgate. Is that right?
I'm rambling now - help me out: Where should I have the settings for smashing down rocky descents?