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    My new sled

    Officially joined the Titus club today as I took delivery of my Ti Racer-x. Took a pic then rode it. I am planning on a very long term stay here. Moots YBB convert and could not be more thrilled. 25.1 lbs. Love the RP23. Huge upgrade over the RP3.
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    the 36 year old grom
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    snap!
    that is one tasty RX. I want one too!

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    This is nice! Congats!
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    Wow that looks sweet!

    Enjoy the new ride!

    Cheers,
    Cris

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    Lookin mighty fine, gotta love bike porn first thing in the morning. Enjoy the new sled.

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    Looks like a racing purebred... Man, that's a sweet ride!
    Check my Site

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    The rules of this board state that when posting pictures of your lovely new Titus you must provide atleast six different photo's including detail shots... Now get to it!


    Awesome looknig rig man, it looks hell sweet. I'd love to hear a shot review of the new Fox forks too
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    Fork: I had an 80 RLC for a while and the main difference that I feel is it has much snappier rebound and firmer lockout at the same settings.

    RP23: Huge difference from the RP3. I had an RP3 on the Racer-X that I demo'd for a week. The pro-pedal on the 23 works much better. The "2" setting is perfect foor most climbs. "3" is a liitle to firm for loose or rocky climbs. Steals a liitle of the magic Racer-X traction. Yesterday had a 2000+ foot climb over 3.5 miles with some standing hammering and the rubber wiper only moved 1/4 inch from sag. Also, open position seems a bit more plush.

    G

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