Yeah, looks like it.Speed Triple?
Thanks. I read some reviews and they weren't all positive. Some didn't like the twangy sound that the unorthodox shape and small slash sound hole help produce. But apparently these were used by some who desired that sound.I like it.
Should sound decent plugged in and resist feedback at a higher volume. That and the resilience of a laminate top make it a good candidate for live performance. Do the electronics in it have a notch filter?
120 is pretty reasonable. A heck of a lot more than I paid for the bike. But nothing close to what the higher end downhill forks go for.If you look for a triple tree fork at a reasonable price you should define "reasonable price".
Zoom have a triple tree frokthat cost 120 bucks new or something and is in no way suitable for downhill, but ok for street riding. They also make an "upside down" triple tree that you can adjust the height of via a valve, it is more expensive though. And you have to consider they both take a through-axle so you need such a wheel too.
That looks too fast to ride on the trails around here. I don't think they'd allow it. And probably have to be registered as a motorcycle to ride on the street.