Elite level XC racers need look no further for one ofThe best cross-country race forks available. 32mm 7000 series aluminum upperTubes, optimized upperTube length and hollow lower magnesium legs Power Bulge reinforcesThe lower bushing for increased stiffness and durability All control knobs are machined aluminum and feature detents External rebound adjustment Standard post-mount disc brake mounts accept 160mm rotors without adaptors. Larger rotors accepted with correct adaptors (Jenson USA sug
I only had mine for a couple of months. It's a Brain Sid world cup and there's known issues with the air cartridges going bad. Mine is back to Sram. I love the shock, but so far it hasn't been reliable. I'll report back after I see how quickly Sram turns it around.
I am guessing it is a O.E.M. take off from a bike but I thought all the new forks had that metal plate that the race sits on ? I have never seen this in black with the old style hydraulic hose tab either and it is dual air.
Can anyone take a stab at it ?
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I have this new fork on my S-Works Epic (solo air), and I think either I'm losing air out the top side, or somehow the the equilibrium is not being maintained and it all goes to the bottom, making the fork seem as if it has less than 2" of travel.
I can reset it: You have to undo the bolt at th ... Read More »
Anyone ride any of the new SID forks? There isnt much info available on the web besides this bikerumor piece.
[url=http://www.bikerumor.com/2012/08/27/unboxed-weighed-first-rides-2013-sid-xx-world-cup-fork/]Unboxed, Weighed & First Rides – 2013 SID XX World Cup Fork - Bike Rumor[/url]
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