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    Quote Originally Posted by funnyjr View Post
    I wish rock shox would just release a full professional image of new product instead of these teaser shots that has everyone speculating.
    But Aprils Fools is coming up
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayem View Post
    But Aprils Fools is coming up
    Sadly so true, I'm hanging for the 29+ forks from Magura myself...

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    Was told yesterday that Rockshox has a fat bike fork coming but it won't be called the RS-1 and it will be MY15 product.

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    Seen it in person awhile back. It looks pretty sweet and sorry guys not fat friendly.
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    Added the hub portion of the shock just a bit ago More on the New RockShox RS-1

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    So if I'm reading this correctly, I can use an original Rockshox RS-1 with a 5" carbon tire, as long as it's installed upside down.

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    This is good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by blown240 View Post
    So if I'm reading this correctly, I can use an original Rockshox RS-1 with a 5" carbon tire, as long as it's installed upside down.
    Exactly!....oh wait....
    The more you ride, the easier it gets........
    the easier it gets, the more you ride.
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    This dumb, but funny.
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    Rock Shox SR 1

    <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/droit/13321994023/" title="Rock_Shox_SR_1 by bdroit, on Flickr"><img src="https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7307/13321994023_c89ba2ee37_z.jpg" width="233" height="640" alt="Rock_Shox_SR_1"></a>
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    Interestingly, carbon is about the only way to do an inverted single crown fork IMO. It's a piss-poor design structurally because of all the independent leg movement, but the stiffness and ability to do shapes other than tubes or CNCed crowns gives a bit of hope that this can actually work (in addition to the system that x-fusion revel has). It still doesn't make for the most optimal chassi weight-wise (for the same stiffness), but now the weight penalty is going to get much smaller to the point where it may be notional. Casted aluminum and magnesium lowers are pretty darn light, way less than a pound, but this is the one thing that may be lighter (and structurally sound).
    "It's only when you stand over it, you know, when you physically stand over the bike, that then you say 'hey, I don't have much stand over height', you know"-T. Ellsworth

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    I wonder how big of a brake rotor it's rated for? Probably 180mm max would be my guess.

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    Rockshox RS-1

    Perfect for 29+, anyone want to buy my fox 32 kashima 100 15qr?

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    here we go
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    That's going to kill any stand over.

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    needs some lower guards like the dorado......
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    I'm not understanding something here:
    Claimed weight: 1,666g (3.67lbs) from Pinkbike review.
    Weight 1666g according to SRAM RS-1 specs.

    When a Fox Float 29 weighs 1.67kg.

    If the weight for the RS-1 included the proprietary hub then I could understand how it's significantly lighter than competitive products......

    Otherwise I'm not understanding how this thing will sell for outrageous sums of money when the weight and stiffness are on par with competitive products for a fraction of the cost.

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    Nobody in here is too concerned with this one now that the info is out on the Bluto....
    The more you ride, the easier it gets........
    the easier it gets, the more you ride.
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    Krampus might want one.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiloman View Post
    I'm not understanding something here:
    Claimed weight: 1,666g (3.67lbs) from Pinkbike review.
    Weight 1666g according to SRAM RS-1 specs.

    When a Fox Float 29 weighs 1.67kg.

    If the weight for the RS-1 included the proprietary hub then I could understand how it's significantly lighter than competitive products......

    Otherwise I'm not understanding how this thing will sell for outrageous sums of money when the weight and stiffness are on par with competitive products for a fraction of the cost.
    The benefit is not necessarily in reduced weight, but in the added stiffness, reduced stiction and unsprung weight that this design offers, as well as better lubricating and less oil cavitation, which leads to marginally better performance. This design has been used for these reasons in motorcycles for the better part of the past 25 years.
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