zoom RockShox Revelation RCT3 Solo Air 29er Tapered Fork
RockShox Revelation RCT3 Solo Air 29er Tapered Fork
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|Black||140mm Maxle Lite|
The Revelation RCT3 is something good that's got even better. We upgraded Revelation with our new Motion Control DNA RCT3 system. Now the stiff and lightweight ultimate trail fork is even smoother and more responsive.
Top Features of the RockShox Revelation RCT3 Solo Air 29er Tapered Fork
- Travel: 140mm
- Weight: 1800g
- Damping: Motion Control DNA RCT3
- Rebound: Dual Flow
- Spring: Solo Air
- Adjustments: External rebound, low speed compression, 3 position compression (open/platform/lock)
- Adjust: Air pressure via single Schrader valve
- Steerer: Aluminum 1.5 to 1-1/8" tapered
- Crown: Forged, hollow 6066 aluminum w/custom heat treatment
- Upper Tubes: 32mm, 7000 Series Straight Wall Aluminum, Low Friction Anodized
- Lowers: Magnesium, Post Mount Disc Brake 15mm Maxle Lite
- Recommended: Rear Shock Monarch
- Maximum Rotor Size: 215mm
|Brake Mount:||Post Mount|
|Adjustable Travel (mm):||140|
|Fork Material:||Aluminium Alloy|
|Wheel Size:||29" (622)|
RCT3 is a lockout with three positions you can adapt to any terrain: Switch between "Open (with all DNA possibilities), "Threshold" (takes away the big bumps) and "Lockout" for fast rolling on smooth ground.
Suspension shouldn’t pack up in rock gardens or buck after big drops. That’s why Dual Flow incorporates independent damping circuits, allowing separate rebound speeds for big hits and small ones. A user-adjustable knob controls the beginning-stroke (small-hit) rebound, and a factory-set ending-stroke (big-hit) rebound creates the perfect suspension for whatever the trail (or park) throws your way. Now tuning your suspension for your unique needs is as easy as a clockwise or counterclockwise turn.
Motion Control DNA
RCT3 is designed for riders looking for more bump gobbling performance. The new RCT3 damper features three distinct knob positions – Open, Threshold and Lock. The rider is able to quickly and easily access these three modes to manipulate damping performance for specific terrain:
Open for bump-gobbling performance
Threshold for efficiency and moderate bump compliance
Lock for ultimate pedaling efficiency
In addition to its three distinct modes, RCT3 features an independent adjustment of low speed compression.
Solo Air is like a Buddhist monk. Its enlightened design lets you add air to your forks through a single Schrader valve, filling both the positive and negative air spring chambers simultaneously. So they’re always in perfect equilibrium, like Yin and Yang. Giving you a plush, predictable ride you can set up in seconds, with the lightest weight air spring on the market.
Who obsesses over the weight of their wheel axles? It’s ridiculous, right? It’s just a rod of metal bolting the wheels to your bike. But then again, Maxle Lite is a nifty thru axle system that makes your bike both lighter and stiffer. And less weight makes it easier to get your bike to do what you want. Especially when you don’t need to bring tools to remove it, front or rear. And that extra stiffness gives you the precision to hit your lines no matter how burly.
When you need your forearms to be stronger for more control, you bulk them up in the gym. When you need more durability from your fork, bulk them up with our Power Bulge. Other companies just increase the stanchion size adding extra weight. Power Bulge simply reinforces the lower leg to allow for an oversized bushing, increasing stiffness and maximizing your ride.
About the RockShox brand
RockShox was one of the first producers of bicycle suspension forks and have now become the world leader in the design and manufacturing of high performance suspension products for the bicycle industry. In 1989 RockShox Inc. was founded by Paul Turner and Steve Simons. Rock Shox launched with 10 front suspension forks and three rear shocks, with the brand names such as Boxxer, Deluxe, Indy, Jett, Judy, Mag, Quadra, Ruby and SID. RockShox’s founder Paul Turner, raced motorcycles in his teen years during the 1970s and went on to found an aftermarket engine parts company in 1977 at the age of 18. Turner then went to work for Honda Motor Company, as their factory motocross team mechanic, an opportunity which provided Turner with experience working with the top racers in the field, as well as suspension designers and other motocross industry leaders. In Febuary 2002, RockShox was acquired by industry leader SRAM who hope to take the brand onto another level.
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