fox f100 rl vs rs reba xx
i've got F100 RLs, never had any issues with mojo.
i sent my forks off in "good" condition for a standard service, came back looking brand new, new decals, paint fully touched up, brand new seals/bushings etc etc
only thing i noticed between my rebas and F100s is the F100 was nearly half a pound lighter.Posted 7 years agoneninjaMember
Have previously used Reba SL and now have Fox F100RL
I preferred the Reba SL's as they seemed to be smoother and react better in high and low speed compression. This made them feel plusher over small bumps and absorb big hits with no drama. You simply didn't notice them, they just got on with smoothing out the trail which is perfect in my book.
My Fox RL have done less than 1000 miles so I'm hoping they will break in and get better. I've found with them that if the sag is set correctly they are harsh and only use 1/2 their travel but if the sag is increased they cope better with big bumps but are too soft in the first part of their stroke. Perhaps I'm expecting too much from them.Posted 7 years agonjee20Subscriber
That way you don't have to deal with Mojo should you have any problems.
Mojo are far far better than Fishers!
I'd go for the Reba personally (assuming you're going for a thru-axle, otherwise I'd have a SID). Although I wouldn't bother to get the XX one, depends how much you use the lockout.Posted 7 years agoretro83Member
I've found with them that if the sag is set correctly they are harsh and only use 1/2 their travel but if the sag is increased they cope better with big bumps but are too soft in the first part of their stroke
isn't there some mod to fix this? Cutting down the push rods or something similar. Have a search on MTBR, I think Push perform it as part of their upgrades as well.Posted 7 years ago
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