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    anybody rocking the rst sigma's they look like the dorados but not so great

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    There's a guy on ridemonkey that's sponsored by RST. He said they're pretty good, a bit underrated, and extremely hard to get. You found a source in the USA?
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    no just went to the website

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    The R1 is suppose to be pretty good. I was trying to find one used for a super ghetto project I'm working on.
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    Here is MinorThreat's bike (that's his name on Ridemonkey). He's got an RST R-1.

    Meh.

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    what is rst's website address anyways? I cant find it.

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    rst.com

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    wait...what?
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    thats a sexy blindside

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected]
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    rst.com = computer memory behavioral testing & ram validation pc diagnostic tools

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    the whole line looks damn nice.
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    They say the Axle to crown is 555 but MinorThreat measured it at 572mm

    You're suppose to be able to but them directly off the site at $449
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    just curious if anyone is actually trying out the links they're posting up?

    http://www.rst.com.tw/home.asp <---thats the real one
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    and yes it's in english. don't install the language pack
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    http://www.rst.com.tw/home.asp

    Ahh, Cabdoctor beat me to it.
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    under 3 1/2 lbs? thats pretty light for a dh fork, right?
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    that's kilograms so multiply it by 2.2 so 7.2 lbs
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    joke, son. joke.
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    RST forks are no joking matter...............
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    when did that start? not with the mojo.
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    well played sir, well played.
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    rst site no workee for me

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    thanx my friend. can ya tell im old now? i wonder how many of these kids know about that fork and why it was made. a big fat free nuthin for the 1st correct answer!
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    http://www.rst.com.tw/home.asp

    Works just takes a long pre-load at least for me. (.tw) stands for taiwan

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    RST is going to have to have some positive reviews and good products for like YEARS before you'll ever see one on any of my rides.

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    so I guess you don't have a R1 for sale.
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    Does anyone know if they can be lowered to 178mm?






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    it's only 180mm
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    2mm will make all the difference... 178mm is the optimum travel for any dual-crown fork.
    Meh.

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    true. i hear it only works in 2010.
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    with ISCG 2012
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    nice looking fork
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