Revelations Dual Air RCT3's or Fox Float 32 RLC FIT's for my Yeti
I’ve had Rev’s previously, and when I built up my ASR first had SIDs 120s with RCT3. I’ve recently got a fox float FIT and it feels the better fork all round. I’ve not noticed it being less stiff then the revs, and it has better small bump response. The Fox are 150mm, that I run with the stem down low and flat bars – they have completely brought the bike to life!Posted 5 years agocompositeSubscriber
Got Fox floats 140 on the hard tail and the RCT3 150 on the full suss. They are both great forks. Would say the Revs feel better to me though. But stiffer, seem to just track and steer a bit better. Don’t have any dive at all, I guess that’s cause of the extra set up bits with platform etc as has already been mentioned.Posted 5 years agoSuperficialMember
I test-rode an ASR-5 with the Fox 140 RLC Fits and didn’t get on with them at all. Couldn’t use all the travel and yet they still felt harsh on small bumps. Felt nice on rough stuff / multiple hits though. I’ve now got RCT3s (Dual air, lowered to 140mm) on my ASR-5 and they’re spot on, I’m very impressed. Just as good over repeated hits as the Fox but stiffer with much better small bump sensitivity, and I can use all the travel.Posted 5 years agoSuperficialMember
Depends what for. For all round, I’d probably go for 130. For a more capable descending bike, the extra 10mm just slackers the head angle a bit and makes it a bit more lairy. There’s probably not a huge difference.
One the dual airs there’s two valves (positive and negative air). Set them up independently.Posted 5 years ago
On the Dual position airs there’s just the one valve (positive and negative chambers will equilibrate themselves).
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