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    Carbon X with 120mm fork?

    Hi all just wondering if the Titus X carbon can fit a 120mm fork?

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    Hope so, thats what I'll be using when it arrives this week :-)

    Anyway it. Should be no problem, if anything make the geo a little nicer and less razor sharp losing maybe 0.5 deg off the steering angle.

    I'll be running SIDXX 120 with 15mm QR

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    Yeah thats the reason I want to put a 120mm fork, a slacker ride. Good for using it on marathon races.

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    When I first got my old RX100/HH100x nine years ago I rarely set the TALAS above 100.... 110 at the most and loved the razer sharp handling (71 deg HA), but lately since I've been riding bigger bikes with slacker HA I rarely ever drop it below 125mm (maybe for really steep climbs) and still wish it were slacker sometimes.

    How things change.

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