I have a 2010 Roscoe 3 with a 2012 DRCV RP23 with Boost Valve (came on a warranty frame). I'm enjoying the bike but I find the front end a bit too twitchy for my liking on techy downhill terrain. I also find that the fork and shock seem to work against each other a bit (shock very linear, fork very progressive). I have come across a guy selling some near new 2012 DRCV 150 forks from a Remedy 9 because he wants Talas.
My question is, has anyone gone to a 150 fork on a Roscoe, and more specifically, has anyone had experience with the DRCV fork (on a Roscoe or just generally)? I have 100-120-140 Talas forks now but always leave it on 140. I think the 150 DRCV should slacken the HA a tad and wont have 'G2' so steering will be a bit slower (so more stable downhill), and the DRCV should be more linear to match the shock. Thoughts?
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