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  1. #1
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    Rock shox SID vs Fox Evo 29 CTD

    I'm looking for a new bike with either Fox Float Evo 29 CTD fork or Rock Shox SID!

    After using google for a while my impression is that FOX do a better allround forks for 29er then RockShox due to using specific 29 forks instead of a extended 26" fork like Rock Shox.

    How much will I notice this using the bike on trails and mostly in XC/Marathon racing? Is the Fox Evo CTD fork good enough or do I have to get the Fox FIT (Remote/Performance etc) Ctd fork?

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    Sep 2007
    FWIW, the RS 32mm stanchion 29er forks seems to be stiffer than Fox's 32mm stanchion 29er forks.

  3. #3
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    There is discussion on this in the Suspension section. The 2012 RS is an excellent fork as a dual air adjustable. RS has made everything solo air for 2013 and it's a downgrade for many people. Fox has also removed tunability for 2013 by going to 3 fixed setting. Manitou or X-Fusion are options.

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