Another Bikeradar corker
So their several sets of Revelation Dual position airs were well balanced and reliable, 4 star bits of kit.
Now they are divey, leaky PoS. Do you think Sram failed to send them enough goodies?Posted 5 years agoatlazMember
Different forks mind youPosted 5 years agowarpcowMember
If atlaz’s link is the one you meant bwaarp, then they even recommend buying the ones in your first link. Two different forks, and the second seems to be made worse specifically by the travel-adjust, which the other doesn’t have.
This is why reviews should never use stars/points.Posted 5 years agobigrichMember
I’ve got these, spot on review. note the consistency with the dual position air at the bottom.Posted 5 years agobigrichMember
I’ve got these, spot on review. note the consistency with the dual position air at the bottom.Posted 5 years ago
Yeah sorry about posting the same reviews. The first fork does have the travel adjust, when I google both forks they have the exact same specs.
So what’s the difference between the normal revelation dual position air and the “ti” model?
Review 1: “RockShox Revelation RLT Ti Dual Position Air”
Review 2: “RockShox Revelation RLT Dual Position Air”Posted 5 years agoHoratioHufnagelMember
While RockShox Europe only had a basic RL version spare, Fisher Outdoor Leisure will be bringing the full RLT Ti version to the UK.
Does this mean they reviewed the RLT Ti without actually having it to review?? The picture of the fork has the blue motion control knob rather than the black one on the Ti versionPosted 5 years ago
V10 the DNA dampers come in the RL RLT and RCT3 forks the DNA refers to the body of the moco itself. The workings of the RL and RLT differ very little to the older Mocos though.Posted 5 years ago
The RCT3 Moco is different in how it work though from the older systems like the RLT TI.
The RLT TI moco body is Ti too, the rebound was also a dual flow rebound system on them, but the valving differs slightly to the 2012 Dual flow units.
RL and RLT Revs aren’t available aftermarket for 2012 as you said too.v10Member
Your right Loco sorry my post doesn’t read how i meant 🙂
MoCo DNA can come in XX/RCT3/RLT/RL flavours, but in terms of 2012 Aftermarket Revelations its not available in RLT or RL.. which begs the question why are they writing a review in April 2012 on a fork that cant be purchased (possible OE aside).Posted 5 years agohonourablegeorgeMember
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Your right Loco sorry my post doesn’t read how i meant
MoCo DNA can come in XX/RCT3/RLT/RL flavours, but in terms of 2012 Aftermarket Revelations its not available in RLT or RL.. which begs the question why are they writing a review in April 2012 on a fork that cant be purchased (possible OE aside).
‘Cos Merlin are selling hundreds of themPosted 5 years agoKryton57Subscriber
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No – it begs the question “why does there have to be so many variations and wouldn’t it be cheaper for everyone if they’d stop fannying around with different models and specifications”
Becuase w’re all experts and can tell the micro differences between todays’ technology with regard to damping / rebound and therefore make a judgement on that?
IGMCPosted 5 years agokaesaeMember
I got a set of RLT Ti’s on ebay for £128, that had been damaged in a crash, was planning on using them to practice servicing the newer rockshox forks.
However after stripping them down fixing a few internal issues caused by the crash and cleaning / servicing them, they work spot on.
Some cosmetic damage to paint and slightly squint leg arch, however they are a very nice set of forks and finished of my new bike perfectly, which remind me it’s lovely out and I’m off for a ride!Posted 5 years ago
So Sram have yet to update their website and that the 2012 model is shitter than the 2011 model in the first review? *faceplam*
Ahhh I give up. Here’s the 2012 range, there a dual air model and a dual position air. Those are the only two different models I can see. http://www.sram.com/rockshox/component/forksPosted 5 years agoNorthwindSubscriber
Rockshox range is once again absolutely bewildering tbh.
But does anyone else think it’s weird to review an obviously broken fork as if it’s working normally? Surely the right thing to do is to get it fixed then write a review of it performing correctly, but note that it had reliability issues?Posted 5 years ago
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