JustTheTicket forToday's long-travelTrailbikes withTapered headtubes likeThe Yeti SB-66 or 575.This dual air spring fork features seperately adjustable postive and negative air chambers, plus external rebound adjustment and remote actuated lockout with FloodgateThreshold. 15mmThruaxle 74mm post mount for disc brakes Claimed weight : 1,814 grams
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I want to buy a new 150mm fork .
How is the 2012 RockShox Revelation XX Dual Piston 150mm ?
I ride trails and soft AM
how is it compare to the Fox Float 150?
the RS is much chiper then the Fox
HeziRead More »
I just purchased an used Dual Air on FeeBay. I took it out for a ride today and need to readjust the settings, but when I checked the negative air chamber, it dropped 60psi. Positive air chamber holds air.
So, what do I need to do to have it hold? This is why I hate buying used.Read More »
I have the 140mm RS Revelation XX 29er fork (2012) and can't seem to get full travel. At the end of every ride, the shock seems to leave around 1.5 inches of unused travel per the locator band. I've adjusted the pos and neg pressures including reducing them 35 psi below the recommended amount and ... Read More »
Wondering if anyone else has had problems twith the paint on their Revelation fork. Bought a new Niner Rip 9 in March and had the 2012 Revelation XX fork put on. I had the paint immediately start to flake off. It's not chipping off but actual big flakes that come off with your finger nail. I lo ... Read More »
Week before last I purchased a Rockshox Revelation XX Dual-Air 150/140/130 mm of travel. I had the shop change the travel from 150 mm to 130 mm. I've measured the stanchions with the fork aired up and I only have around, 90 mm of travel. What did they do wrong?Read More »