Has your RO water sat in a container for a while, or is it newly generated? As I understand it, the pH of water in general tends to drop over time after water is distilled, simply due to CO2 from the air going back into solution. RO water probably behaves similarly, though I'm sure the above posters are correct in saying that at least some H2CO3 passes through the filters from the start.
In any case, after RO, the water isn't going to have any buffering capacity to speak of. It'll all be about your grains and what minerals you add to it, not the water itself.