Rock Shox Lyrik RC2DH Solo Air Forks The Lyrik 8217;s already epic offering just got leaner and meaner. Sure, the efficient and nimble 35mm chassis design will get you to the top of the mountain. But it 8217;s the smooth control on the downhill that will drive you to go back to the top again and again. Lyrik got meaner and leaner. The new Lyrik combines climbing prowess and downhill control through a BoXXer-derived Mission Control DH damper. Master the mountain with Lyrik's 160 or 170mm travel options, all new air spring systems and a stout 35mm structure. Rock Shox Lyrik RC2DH Solo Air Forks Features: Travel: 170mm Weight: Solo Air: 2180g *Weight based on 265mm 1-1/8 quot; steerer with 20mm Maxle Lite Damping: Mission Control DH, External rebound, high speed compression and low speed compression Adjustments: External rebound, high speed compression and low speed compression, Spring via Internal Preload: Coil Crown: Forged, Hollow Al 66 TV Upper: Tubes 35mm, 7000 series st
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Post up your H&LSC settings for your newer model (2012-13) Rockshox Lyrik Rc2 Dh with solo-air. I weigh right at 170lbs. Rockshox does not list a base tune on their website/manual for the Mission Control Dh damper. Just wondeinrg what everyone else is running.Read More »
Hey guys, looking for a little info on a 2012 Lyrik RC2 DH Solo Air from the Rock Shox experienced. Ive searched and didn’t really come up with anything, and the manuals posted on SRAM’s site are all for 2011 and older. As I understand it, the 2012 Lyriks are different and the 2011 instructions don’ ... Read More »
I was considering picking up a Lyrik SA RC2DH and lowering it to 160, but I came across a DPA RC2DH which runs160/130. Saves me time and effort from lowering it. Besides the travel adjust, is there a any real difference between the forks? I've heard plenty of good stuff about the SA's, ... Read More »
This fork came on my SC Butcher which I bought about 9 months ago. Twice now in the past 3 weeks it won't fully extend on it's own (once was when I took it off the bike rack to start a ride, the 2nd time was while actually riding). I can easily push down on the crown and extend to full travel. Bo ... Read More »
I weight around 68kg with all my gear, have the shock set with around 30% sag and it feels ok and i use all the travel but still unsure on what sort of compression damping i should be using.
For anyone who weights roughly the same as me with the solo airs give me a good allround set and forget se ... Read More »