RockShox Revelation RCT3 29 29er Forks

5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $694.95


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Product Description

DISCOVER REALTRAIL PERFORMANCE Something good got even better. We received so much positive feedback fromTrail riders outThereThat we wantedTo give something back. Winner of numerous magazineTests, we upgraded Revelation for 2012 with our new Motion Control DNA system. Now,The stiff and lightweight ultimateTrail fork is even smoother and more responsive. And with Dual Position Air,The uphills are even easier now,Too. Add inThe new RCT3 – a lockout withThree positions – and you can adaptTo anyTer


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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by BMF a All Mountain Rider

Date Reviewed: December 7, 2012

Strengths:    Reliable
Plush
Easy to use knobs
20mm Axle


Weaknesses:    I guess price but it's on par with it's competitors.

Bottom Line:   
I've used the dual position fork for approximately six months now and love it. There have not been any reliability issues and maintaining the fork is easy. I ride all types of trails and the fork handles all of it great. Dual Position lets me ride at 110mm for normal riding and railing corners, then I'll use it at 140mm when things get crazy or jumps/drops. I think that this fork is an improvement over the Fox fork that's stock on my bike.

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Bike Setup:   Specialized Camber 29 Pro

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Racerbill

Date Reviewed: December 1, 2012

Strengths:    Picks up small trail chatter better than my fox F120R. The low-speed compression adjuster helps dial the fork in very easily.

Weaknesses:    None really, It came stock on my Santa Cruz Tallboy LT.

Bottom Line:   
Very plush on small trail chatter and nice progression on the compression. Most bicycle forks that I've ridden seem to have a fair amount of stiction this one doesn't. Seems to flex about the same as my fox fork, they are both 32 mm forks.

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2014 Revelation RCT3 29 question

I've been looking on the web and cant seem to figure out how to change the travel on this fork? The SRAM site says it has 120 / 130 / 140mm of travel. Is this an on the fly adjustment or an internal thing? Thanks!Read More »

2013 FOX FLOAT 29 130mm vs. 2014 Rockshox Revelation RCT3 29er for Tallboy

I'm looking at these two forks to go on a regular (not LT) aluminum Tallboy and looking for opinions. I also have a Tower Pro 120mm that I could put on, but I thought 130 seemed like a good travel up front for this frame. I know the 2013 Fox's seem to have a bad rep. The Fox and Revelation that I ... Read More »

B29 & RockShox Revelation RCT3 29" Dual Air 1.5"

How well will the RockShox Revelation RCT3 29" Dual Air 1.5" do on the 13 B29? I am thinking about ordering one instead of the Fox 34. Need opinions ASAP before the sale ends hahaRead More »

RS Revelation RCT3 29 solo air setup

Any thoughts out there on setting up RS revelation forks? 5'5" 160lbs fully geared up. Currently running 80psi in the solo air. Tried 75, 85, 90. If I tune for full travel but not bottoming out on the open setting - the threshold setting is very harsh. If I tune for a less harsh ride on the thres ... Read More »

Reducing the Travel in a RS Revelation RCT3 29

Against my better judgement, I am going to attempt to adjust the travel downward on my new Rev from 140MM to 120MM to work with my Jet 9 RDO. In reading the instructions to do this, the section is sort of tacked on to the main instructions for servicing the fork. It's brand new and does not need ... Read More »

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