RockShox Revelation RCT3 2012 Forks

5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $740.00


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Product Description

The Revelation RCT3 isThe epitome of aTrail fork.Trail riders have done nothing but praiseThe Revelation’s performance.The Revelation has won many performanceTests by vaious cycling magazines. You may be leftTo wonder how RockShox could possibly makeThis fork any better. RockShox upgradedThe Revelation for 2012 by usingTheir new Motion Control DNA system.The Revelation is now smoother and even more responsive. Motion Control adds Dual Flow compression and rebound damping. Separate circuits


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by BMarshall

Date Reviewed: November 25, 2012

Strengths:    I put this on my Tallboy LTc build, and have been thrilled. The fork floats over small bumps and ruts without ever becoming mushy --and really comes alive at higher speed and in big rocks and rough terrain. For a longer travel 29er fork, the 20mm axle keeps things stiff and tight, and the steering stays precise all the time. The fork seems comfortable in slow, technical terrain, or blasting over huge ruts, through rocks and off big drops. No matter the speed or terrain, the fork stays comfortable and precise. I leave it full-open in full travel, and it climbs fine on the Tallboy.

Weaknesses:    Sram could provide a bit more info on how to tune the thing. I like knowing how to take it apart and what all the parts are, but how about info on the initial set-up?

Bottom Line:   
A great fork, and has been solid through close to 500 miles of riding.

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Bill

Date Reviewed: September 8, 2012

Strengths:    Low stiction, good small bump absorption, very plush through the first 4 inches of travel . A lot of adjustability on this fork and it seemed easy to get dialed in. The 20 mm Axel helps it feel stiff considering the travel.



Weaknesses:    None that I've noticed so far.

Bottom Line:   
This came stock on my Santa Cruz tallboy LT. I was skeptical at first and was going to get the Fox 140 with 34 mm stanchions I'm glad I stuck with this. I hate to say it but this thing is much more plush than the fox 120RL that I've run for three years on my Trance 26er.

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Rockshox Revelation RCT3

My Revelation feels awesome in the garage. I am running 25% sag and minimal LSC. I regularly use all the travel.....and yesterday increased the weight of the Damper fluid by removing 50ml and topping it up with a heavier weight fork oil. The shock ships with RS 5W oil in the damper with a Viscosity ... Read More »

Rockshox Revelation RCT3 Dual Position

Hello, I'm thinking in purchase the RS Revelation RCT3 Dual Position for my TallBoy frame but I want to change the travel from 140 to 120 The information about this model is not clear to me, if I change the travel to 120, how the dual position works? Should be change between 120 and 90mm? Or i ... Read More »

Rockshox Revelation rct3 lockout problems

[COLOR=#444444][FONT=sans-serif]for the second time in 4 weeks, the blue motion control lever on my revelation rct3 solo air fork have jammed in the lockout position. when this occurs it loses lockout, and the fork is in effect fully open. on both occasions the problem always occurs when riding home ... Read More »

2012 Revelation RCT3 back from service, now oil in air?

Sorry in advance for what probably a dumb question. I took my fork in for a full service at my local bike shop. I've got a squeak/squish in the fork as it moves through it's range of travel and any bleeding of air causes oil to to come squirting out of the shock pump. I'm assuming it needs to go ... Read More »

Rock Shox Revelation RCT3 Dual Air

Just bough a used Niner RIP 9 with this fork and was looking for info on how to set it up. Apparenty can be set for 120/130/140 mm but don't know how to do this. I don't have any knowledge of these forks so any help would be appreciated. Thanks!Read More »

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