RockShox Domain RC 2012 Forks

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MSRP : $612.00

Product Description

Burly and beautiful,The Domain offers competition-level performance in a packageThat holds upTo real-world demands Medium Weight Coil Spring (Soft and firmTuning springs are included) 35mmTaper-wall steel upperTubes Mission Control IS features externally adjustable rebound and low-speed compression damping High Speed Compression damping is achieved by a factory set shim stack Magnesium lower legs incorporate Power BulgesTo reduce weight and maximize bushing placement All control k

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Rockshox Domain RC dual crown mod?

A little background-I ride MX but am new to downhill bikes, really new... I have a few days of riding at Mammoth on many of its black runs and I just got back from Big Bear. I am decent at jumping but my cornering leaves much to be desired. While I have rebuilt forks, I really have no experience pla ... Read More »

rockshox domain rc dual crown

hi there guys, I have a pair of rockshox domain dual crown forks. not sure if there rc's as I brought them off ebay brand new. I have been using them on my bike for a month now and I find them really soft and they tend to bottom out really easily. how would I go about making them harder? [ATTAC ... Read More »

RST Super R1 vs Rockshox Domain RC

So I am considering get one of these RST Super R1 fork over the the Rockshox Domain RC. Anyone have any time on one of these forks? Sent from my GT-N5110 using Tapatalk HDRead More »

rock shox domain rc 160 u turn soft spring?

hi, im looking for a soft spring for my domain, checked online but cant seem to find one. i saw some in europe/uk stores but i like it to be stateside if possible. thanks in advance.Read More »

rock shox domain rc u turn 160 soft spring?

hi, i need a soft spring. do you guys know where can i buy one? i been looking online but cant seem to find one. thank in Advance.Read More »

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