Explain Fox fork ride/design target
I'm just starting to plan out a new Yeti ASR-5. I definitely want a Fox fork on it -- probably a 120mm travel.
But I'm not sure which design features I want for that bike and my style of riding.
I am primarily an XC/Trail rider and don't jump or take big drops. I ride a lot of tight singletrack in Georgia with short climbs and short descents. Low weight is important.
I am NOT a tweaker. I don't see myself ever wanting to adjust the fork on the fly. Our trails transition too abruptly to warrant constant changing of suspension performance. I am a set-and-forget type of rider.
From what I've read, I know I want a Float. I'm also thinking a 32 is fine. I think the FIT technology is pretty standard now, so that's an easy decision. That's where my knowledge ends.
RL? RLC? CTD?
What Fox fork would you recommend for a mid-weight rider (170 lbs.) on a small Yeti ASR-5 with the ride style described above? And, if you're interested in providing more information, what 2011 or 2012 version should I look at as well?