RockShox SID RL 2013 Forks

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $540.49


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Rock Shox 2013 SID RL MTB Fork SUPERLIGHT GOT LIGHTER - Even 100 grams lighter in 2012 And the ultimate race fork is upgraded with the new Motion Control DNA damping system. SID 8217;s Superlight Integrated Design structure plus 15mm Maxle Lite and the BlackBox carbon crown steerer create a chassis with all the stiffness you need at the weight you want BlackBox Motion Control Based on the original Motion Control damper, BlackBox Motion Control adds Dual Flow compression and rebound damping. Separate circuits for low- and high-speed compression, as well as beginning and ending stroke rebound, results in suspension that floats over both stutter bumps and root webs while maintaining big-hit performance. The titanium spring tube and carbon-fiber compression knob are just dead sexy. BlackBox Motion Control is compatible with PushLoc and PopLoc remotes SID RL Fork Features: Damping: RL Dual Flow Spring: Dual Air Adjustments: External Beginning Stroke Rebound, Low Speed Compression,


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by stubs a Cross Country Rider

Date Reviewed: September 11, 2013

Strengths:    Light stiff and look brilliant

Weaknesses:    Fork brace is quite low and stops you fitting monstertruck tyres

Bottom Line:   
This review is for the 29er with 15mm thru-axle version. I have been using Fox forks for the last 3 years and I am so glad to get back to Rockshox. These are plush forks with that quality feel the 15mm axle is stiff and easy to use almost as quick as a QR axle when whipping out the wheel. I have always preffered the feel of Rockshox over other fork brands I like the fact that they dont seem to suffer from packing down like my last forks Fox F120s did. Not as smooth in the car park as Fox but they just disappear from your thoughts on the trail, they just work without making you think about them.

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Upgrade RockShox SID RL with xlock option?

Would it be possible to use the following kit [url=http://www.sram.com/rockshox/products/remote-upgrade-kit-xloc]Remote Upgrade Kit--Xloc | SRAM[/url] To upgrade the SID RL on my Anthem X Advanced 29er 1?Read More »

Move away rockshox Sid RL 2013 solo air remote and run happy without remote.

I hate my RS pushloc remote,can anybody tell me is it Anyway to removed or modified the fork from remote lock to manual hand lock like other non remote forks? It is very un-shimano-brake-friendly and it make my handle bar look very complicated... It come with my complete bike,if I can choose,I ... Read More »

SID RL or REBA RLT???

Just as the title says, which would you choose? I found the 2013 Reba RLT and SID RL and I just cant seem to find what makes each different? The SID has Motion Control DNA & the Reba has Motion Control without DNA, other than that both versions have pushlock remotes included, both have very close w ... Read More »

Rockshox SID RL 29

I know everyone has their favorite brand and shock and everything. I tried to look up some reviews on here about the Rockshox SID SL 29, but everyone always talks about 3 other shocks too and it kinda trails off of the original ones in question. Basically I wanted to know if anyone has or had expe ... Read More »

2013 RS Reba RL or Sid RL???

I am trying to decide between a Reba RL and a Sid RL and was hoping for some input. I weigh 190 lbs and ride rocky, rooty single track in the small hills of northern new jersey. I ride a hard tail 26" wheelbase. So, the SID is about $50 more and I know it is lighter. The lighter weight makes ... Read More »

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