I have the 2010 Talas 150 rlc with the fit damper & 15mm QR. I haven't ridden the previous version of this fork, but I do also own a '09 Talas 36rc2 on my other bike. Anyways I was apprehensive about the Talas 32 since the 36rc2 is my benchmark, but I am very impressed... I've got about 30k' of downhill over 12 or so rides, so it's definitely been put through the paces. There was a 2-3 ride break-in period, at first the fork felt a bit sticky, but now it's pure butter, especially at speeds. Plenty stiff too.shutterbug67 said:I am in the market for a Talas and was wondering if the 2010 with the FIT that much better than the 2009? Anyone done the comparison? Is it minute or big?
Thanks in advance for any advice.
I'm sure they will do better at it than zoke did. I just dont understand the need for it. Does the bladder somehow allow the H/L adjustable compression on the 36's?bad mechanic said:Considering Fox has been using a bladder in their 36 forks, I'm pretty sure it will be reliable from the beginning. It will, however, be more difficult to service at home.
What's annoying to me, is that Fox still hasn't fixed their seals.
I also wonder what the justification is for sealed fork dampers.thebronze said:I'm sure they will do better at it than zoke did. I just dont understand the need for it. Does the bladder somehow allow the H/L adjustable compression on the 36's?