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How Much Travel?

  • 80mm

    Votes: 1 4.0%
  • 100mm

    Votes: 8 32.0%
  • 120mm

    Votes: 11 44.0%
  • Adjustable Travel Fork

    Votes: 5 20.0%
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With all the talk about Superlight Suspension, I want to get a clearer pic what people are using on the front.
 

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You may want to specifiy Superlight model years. 2007+ is designed around a longer travel fork then the earlier models. Your poll will be influenced one way or the other.

By the way, I have a 2007 Superlight with a 120mm fork on it. Mine is the Tora with modified spacers. I rode it at 100mm for awhile and it's amazing, at 120mm it's even better.
 

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Tell us again why an adjustable fork just won't work for you

You want 100mm? Check. You want 110mm? Check. You want...you see where I'm going with this? :D
 

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Started with a 2008 F100 RLC on my 2007 Superlight. Switched to a 2009 F120RLC for the Test of Metal race. The extra 20mm is nice, but the new insides are off the chart. This fork is ridiculous.
 

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xcguy said:
You want 100mm? Check. You want 110mm? Check. You want...you see where I'm going with this? :D
i just dont like rockshox. im a foxwhore. ive used them forever and are just more comfortable with their workings. i know it doesnt make a lot of sense
 

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jazzboy said:
Started with a 2008 F100 RLC on my 2007 Superlight. Switched to a 2009 F120RLC for the Test of Metal race. The extra 20mm is nice, but the new insides are off the chart. This fork is ridiculous.
what so great about the 09 f120 rlc. ?? details
 
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