Looking for the following attributes in order of importance:
3. Light weight
I'm sure it'll hold up. But it won't offer the suspension performance or stiffness that people normally look for in a fork for riding technical terrain.I currently use a 2012 Dual Air Rock Shox SID XX for all-day, climbing trail epics, and it holds up just fine.....up and down.
Wheel size is 27.5
I want to stay with 32mm stanchions
Wondering if rs Sid is stiff enough for anything other then racing
I love all of these statements from armchair engineers.Douglas, what do you mean.
The rs Sid is extremely light, it must be flexy. No?
The stiffest forks you're going to find at that travel are a reduced Lefty 29er, followed by a DT Swiss XMM.I was thinking the subject line that says Xc would eliminate the all mountain forks. What I am trying to determine is what is the best 32mm fork for Xc riding in rocky terrain. I don't want to exceed approx 1800 grams. Unless the fork performance is way better. Thanks for the feedback.
Do you know the definition of "pompous"? If so, tell me how my statement was pompous, please.as you should, afterall nobody here knows ones qualifications @ a moments notice so with that said are YOU an engineer making such a pompous statement??