RockShox 2011 Reverb

13 Reviews for 2011 Reverb

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 I like how it works. Just finicky with the air and oil and the IFP that separates the two. The post tends to sag and then you need a complete rebuild. Lots of online forum threads documenting these posts coming and going for warranty work. When it works, it's great.
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 This product is like a 1 way door...as soon as you buy these and use this you will never go back to a standard seat post again. Worth every penny and really the best item that we have seen in the MTB community in the past 25 years.
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 Love the hydraulic remote, so easy to bleed and no cable stiffness/stretch issues. Early versions had issues with blowing seals, snapped unions and excessive play but these have been ironed out in the 2012 editions. If you have issues take back to the place you bought it and get it repaired or replaced, SRAM Tech centre turnaround is really good.
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 I was scheptical as to whether or not I needed a dropper post but I'm sold, I won't ride without one now. The Reverb has worked flawlessley other then when I broke the remote in a crash (best tom ount it under the bars). A year in, lots of muddy rides, and still works perfectly. Only downside is that is a pain to bleed the hose when you need to.
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 Used this product for only a short time, about 2 months. So far it's been great! I'm a downhill rider who started XC about a year ago, and downhill sections of xc annoyed me in having to stop and drop my seat, to ride them as quick as i could. Now i have this, i don't have to stop, drop the seat, ride the section like 'captain insaino' before popping the seat back up at the bottom, again without stopping. Simply superb!
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 This would be the best hydraulic actuated adjustable seat post I've used and tested so far. If you haven't tried or contemplating for an adjustable seat post, this would be it. You would want to ride the places you've been all over again. The only problem I've found so far is it is susceptible to heat. But fret not, just adjust the speed dial and it'll be okay. A must have for all-mountain and enduro bikes.
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 Brilliant,
looked into these seatposts for quite a while. it was between this and the joplin 4. i had heard good things about both but went for this one.
its smooth easy to fit and adjust. you cant tweek the speed that it rises and sinks. can fit with the new style sram shifter/brakes or with out simply remove the adaptor. helps on the trail simply by not stopping and upping/lowering ya seat. comes with plenty of fitting extras, zip ties and clips.
well worth the money. i havent had this long so i cant comment on long time servicing and long term effects. but so far its spot on.

well just over a year now and i am on my 2nd (replaced by warrantee) the only issue i had is it started sticking going down. after it was repalced they advised me to stick to the torque settings advised in the seat post instructions. still would recommend very highly. you need one of these in your life!
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 I have the 2012 which is fantastic but they dont have the option for that on here and i am sure the 2011 is every bit as good Smile buy one its the best thing you will ever fit to your ride Smile
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 On my second now, one for each bike, I've no idea how I lived without them, totally transformed my riding, can't cope without now.
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 I have the 2012 model and what can I say but WOW! This post absolutely rocks... It has revolutionised the way I ride and it's so nice to be able to fine tune as you ride.
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 The more I use it, the more I love it. The seat is always at the rite (get it?) height. Get one, it'll make your all mountain life happier.
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 an absolute must have totally changed my riding my mate even bought one the following week after riding mine
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 Game changer, like disc brakes and suspension changed the game back in the day......need 100 words.......blah blah blah....
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RockShox 2011 Reverb (MSRP $0) — CUSTOMIZED CONTROL. When you’re ripping through rolling terrain, cranking the pedals one minute and getting off the back of the bike the next, no seat height is “just right.” The all-new Reverb gives you 125mm of infinite seat height adjustment and control of your return speed in a hydraulically actuated remote package. A custom sealing system means the plush and consistent feel of this seat post won’t degrade no matter how much the weather does.

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Price
Weight 535 g
Offset Zero
Diameter 30.9mm / 31.6mm
Length 380mm / 420mm, 125mm Adjustable Range
Material Shaft: 3D Forged 7050 Alloy, Head: 7050 Forged Alloy
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