SRAM Guide RS Disc Brake System

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Fast isn’t about pure speed, it’s about perfect speed. It’s about knowing the right line and having the confidence to ride it. Flawlessly. The new SRAM Guide RS is precision at your fingertips, with a proven 4-piston caliper and innovative SwingLink lever technology that gives you more positive pad contact and increased braking authority. Light, crisp, clean and now compliments your SRAM drivetrain. Go faster.

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Anyone with experience with the Guide R or RS?

All the reviews I can find are for the top-of-the-line RSCs..anyone ridden the more reasonably priced RS or even the bottom-end R? The RS looks to be the minimum entry point for me as the R doesn't have the swing-link which looks like a nice feature.Read More »

Decoding RS Shock Tune Guide

[url]http://www.qbp.com/diagrams/TechInfo/vivid.pdf[/url] So I'm looking at this chart and I know my bike is a rising rate, progressive curve bike with 150mm of travel and 200x57 (2.25" stroke) shock size. Leverage ratio is pretty much right at 2.5, so it looks like it would be a MH tune, wit ... Read More »

RS Motion Control Setup Guide

i'm a noob that just got his first fork with Motion Control. (Reba SL) I am wondering where i can find a guide on how to properly tune/setup this thing, as of now i haven't even touched the fork with the 5mm allen key to change the settings yet, only played with air pressure and rebound... i w ... Read More »

RS Domain - service guide

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RS Revelation Cable Guide?

I just purchased an OEM Revelation 409 and wanted to make sure I wasn't missing something in the form of a cable guide for the front disc brake. On the back of the arch, there seems to be 4 small notches that could conceivably be a place to mount a guide, but the only other part that came with the f ... Read More »

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