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    i want to know if.....

    there is anyone with sid world cup??
    i want to hear your opinion about this fork

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    What year? I don't have them, I have a Revelation, but there are some good reviews at www.mtbr.com
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    in mtbr te opinion is not so solid about this fork so i cant be sure.
    i have the team now so im not sure about the black box carbon yet i dont have experience with this fork.

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    It is uper flexy. I rode one at a race. you can look down when your mashing and see it flexing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xcracer13 View Post
    It is uper flexy. I rode one at a race. you can look down when your mashing and see it flexing.
    The 2009s are supposed to be non-noodly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BenLi View Post
    The 2009s are supposed to be non-noodly.
    yeah but for pretty much the same weight you can get the Reba world cup....so no much point to it
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    i hear that rock shox 'recommends' you rebuild it every season so it feels the same...

    which sounds kinda gay. reba world cup!

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    the 28mm version (anything from before this spring) is supple and active, but very flexy. Scary flexy if you are an aggressive rider or weigh more than 140lbs or so.
    The new 32mm version is much better. It is quite a bit lighter than the reba WC and just as stiff (I have both). I won't ride the old SID's anymore, and I wouldn't bother with an old world cup.
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