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    new shock and brakes next, even though they work fine, got upgrade-itis

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    Quote Originally Posted by ring_basher View Post

    new shock and brakes next, even though they work fine, got upgrade-itis
    those forks look backwards..............

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    Quote Originally Posted by digthemlows View Post
    those forks look backwards..............
    Manitou reverse arch. They've been doing those for a while now. When you think about it, it makes a lot more sense for the arch to be on that side. Blocks the stanchions from more debris than the standard design. I hear it's somehow stiffer too. I can beleive that because my manitou nixon was the stiffest fork I've even had. Stiffer than my 66r or domain, even though it has only 32mm stanchions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChazB View Post
    How much did they cost, or why is the base price for them? Oh and Does he ship to the us.

    Thanks (:
    I paid $160 CND. That included shipping to Vancouver, Canada. I'm sure he ships to the US. The prices vary depending on the design needed. I think $160 (ebay has us pretty close to par today) is the most it gets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ring_basher View Post
    new shock and brakes next, even though they work fine, got upgrade-itis
    I feel like that shock is partially compressed in the pic, or too short for the bike. I don't recall Idrive 5's having such a low BB height.

    I could be wrong though.

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    Yeah, I could tell it wasn't "wrong" because everything else was in the right place, it just looks off at first glance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buggyr333 View Post
    I feel like that shock is partially compressed in the pic, or too short for the bike. I don't recall Idrive 5's having such a low BB height.

    I could be wrong though.
    it's a 7.25x1.75, it came with that one but a 7.5x2 works ( came stock on the 06, 07's got the 7.25 for some odd reason),
    And I've taken it on some rough rock sections and downhills and it's never bottom'd out surprisingly.

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    My 2011 Fuji Reveal 3.0 with Fox float RL 150mm forks.


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    Hi guys... here's my first post on mtbr.
    Le SUNN ride 120mm travel.
    X-Fusion Velvet RL2 DLA
    SRAM X9
    Kore stem
    Easton handlebar
    Specialized Phenom seat
    DT Swiss w Kenda Nevegal 2.1
    Weight 28lbs
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    Very nice! I'm digging it! Welcome to the forums!
    ...love is the absence of fear....

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    Just picked up the sb66 race 36. So I won't have any pics of the bike on the trail until Thursday at Moab. I will think of all of you while I am there.
    *Frame Size & Color: White and black
    * Fork: Fox float 36 160
    * Brakes: xt
    * Cranks :xt
    * Front Derailleur :xt
    * Rear Derailleur :xt
    * Pedals: candy’s
    * Stem: Thomson x4
    * Handlebar: Easton haven carbon
    * Seatpost: Thomson elite
    * Saddle: WTB
    * Bottom Bracket: xt
    * Cassette: xt 10spd
    * Headset: Cane creek
    * Grips:yeti- lock on
    * Front Tire: Scwalbe nobby nic 2.4
    * Front Rim: dtswiss e530
    * Front Hub/Skewer: dtswiss 350 20mm thru
    * Rear Tire: schwalbe nobby nic 2.25
    * Rear Rim: dtswiss e530
    * Rear Hub/Skewer: dt swiss 350 12 mm thru
    * Weight: 30.2lbs
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    Here is my Stumpy suffering an identity crisis. I ride it AM, and so probably not AM by the hardcore purist definition, but it is 120 travel, and I ride it all mountain. Really I just ride my bike. All over the mountain. Not just uphill, but lots of downhill stuff too. I will say I see the Epic as XC, and the Stump-jumper more AM. I always run more of an AM tire setup, and really enjoy the downhill and fairly technical stuff.
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    Is the futureshock associated with sram/fox, or purely specialized's offerings?

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    future shock is a spec thing they have either fox or sram produce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by b-kul View Post
    future shock is a spec thing they have either fox or sram produce.
    they have a company make it for them and then claim it as their own innovation.
    RIP Adam Yauch

    "M.C. for what I AM and do, the A is for Adam and the lyrics; true"

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    Quote Originally Posted by saturnine View Post
    they have a company make it for them and then claim it as their own innovation.
    lol +1

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    Just picked it up today


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    Quote Originally Posted by YamiRider1316 View Post
    Just picked it up today

    SWEET! Is that an XL and what does it weigh? Did you buy a Pivot build or do it yourself?
    I'm running the RP23 on my '12 frame and like it so far in my limited amount of miles, but I really liked the DHX Air on my '11 frame.

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    Yes its an 12' xl and weighs in a bit over 32lb. Custom build, huge thanks to Victory Velo in Auburn CA for all their help.

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    2011 Yeti 575

    Finished it last week... Taking to Fruita/Moab in a week...

    2011 575 small frame
    Fox 32 Float RLC 150 Kashima
    Fox Float RP23 shock
    XTR M988 wheelset
    SLX crank, 22/34/bash
    PG980 11-34 cassette
    X0 9spd rear derailleur med cage
    XT front derailleur e-type
    X9 shifters (9 spd)
    Avid Elixir CR brakes
    Shimano XT Centerlock rotors (180/160)
    ODI Yeti grips
    Easton Haven Carbon 711mm bars
    Truvativ AKA 70mm stem
    Rockshox Reverb 380mm post
    WTB Silverado saddle
    Candy 3 pedals
    Conti MK II Protection 2.4 front / 2.2 rear set up tubeless

    Weight: 28.3 lbs w/ pedals

    2011 Yeti 575 - 2015 Fox Float 36 RC2 160 / Fox Float X - 30.6 lbs

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    damn, i didn't know 575s could look that good
    RIP Adam Yauch

    "M.C. for what I AM and do, the A is for Adam and the lyrics; true"

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    Wow! Drooling over your yeti right now. She's gorgeous!

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    Latest setup!

    Now in 1x9 drivetrain
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    Quote Originally Posted by YamiRider1316 View Post
    Just picked it up today

    Pivot makes some amazing looking bikes. Love their look. Congrats on the new ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbomber99 View Post
    Just picked up the sb66 race 36. So I won't have any pics of the bike on the trail until Thursday at Moab. I will think of all of you while I am there.
    *Frame Size & Color: White and black
    * Fork: Fox float 36 160
    * Brakes: xt
    * Cranks :xt
    * Front Derailleur :xt
    * Rear Derailleur :xt
    * Pedals: candy’s
    * Stem: Thomson x4
    * Handlebar: Easton haven carbon
    * Seatpost: Thomson elite
    * Saddle: WTB
    * Bottom Bracket: xt
    * Cassette: xt 10spd
    * Headset: Cane creek
    * Grips:yeti- lock on
    * Front Tire: Scwalbe nobby nic 2.4
    * Front Rim: dtswiss e530
    * Front Hub/Skewer: dtswiss 350 20mm thru
    * Rear Tire: schwalbe nobby nic 2.25
    * Rear Rim: dtswiss e530
    * Rear Hub/Skewer: dt swiss 350 12 mm thru
    * Weight: 30.2lbs
    Absolute dreambike... If only I could spend so much on a bike...

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