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    Some lovely bikes there, Will post one of mine up in a min.

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    Heres my Mega comp that ive tangoed with a few extras. Think its going to be like marmite on here but all comments welcome good and bad.


    Superstar DH rims with dual ply Maxxis
    Crank brothers Joplin 4 dropper post
    Superstar Nano pedals
    Superstar headset spacers
    Superstar brake pads
    Superstar chain ring bolts
    Superstar oversized Grips with lockrings and barends (grips no changed for orange ones)
    Superstar seat clamp
    And finally my race spec go faster cable ties :-)
    think thats it..



    Saddle was high as id just fitted it and hadnt set it for my height yet



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    Very nice bike, although I'm not sure many of the Americans here will know what marmite is.
    I don't crash, I just have slightly uncontrolled dismounts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwiplague View Post
    Very nice bike, although I'm not sure many of the Americans here will know what marmite is.
    cheers, Really? I thought marmite was an international thing?
    Ok for people who dont know what marmite is its like vegimite, you either love it or hate it theres no middle ground

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    Quote Originally Posted by appy0780 View Post
    Some lovely bikes there, Will post one of mine up in a min.
    I like the look of all the superstar components. Don't think we can get any of their stuff in Australia.

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    This is going up Mt Snowdon in Wales



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    Quote Originally Posted by andy_n View Post
    I like the look of all the superstar components. Don't think we can get any of their stuff in Australia.
    Im a sucker for their stuff, both of my bikes are covered in it, in fact all my bikes have always looked liked ive done a ram raid of their shop lol

    Maybe if you get a few of you together it will be worth it? Is shipping that expensive to Aus? I buy stuff from Hong Kong, China etc all the time and postage is stupidly cheap coming this way.

    Superstar Components - High Spec Parts For Peanuts

    Ask them for a quote.

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    Marmite / Vegemite is quite possibly one of the most disgusting things I've tasted. It smells good bit tastes like shite.
    Alcohol may lead nowhere, but it sure is the scenic route!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OO7 View Post
    Marmite / Vegemite is quite possibly one of the most disgusting things I've tasted. It smells good bit tastes like shite.
    It is a bit of an acquired taste, that's for sure.
    I don't crash, I just have slightly uncontrolled dismounts!

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    It has arrived...
    Intense Uzzi!!!
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    Wasn't Intense one of the few companies left that still made their frames in the US? How come there are Asian symboles on the cardboard?

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    The Uzzi looks like a freakin' beast, in a VERY good way. Can't wait to see the final build!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vikb View Post
    Scott at Porcelain Rocket made a custom bag for my Nomad. I keep all my tools, spare tube, patch kit and pump there so when I switch hydration packs or just grab my bike for a quick rip I don't have to think about anything...

    Custom Bicycle Bags from Porcelain Rocket
    200 dollars for a frame pack...??? WTF
    Quote Originally Posted by the_owl
    Everytime you ride in mud, god kills a kitten.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stiingya View Post
    200 dollars for a frame pack...??? WTF


    Stuff costs more when it's not made in China at slave wages. He spends a lot of time on each bag making it custom to your bike by hand and he's not getting rich.

    BTW - the frame bag above is $165. You can add lots of features and expensive fabric to bump up the cost. Each bag is custom so you get to decide what you want.
    Safe riding,

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    Just Got It Built Today
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    Quote Originally Posted by vjrk77 View Post
    Just Got It Built Today
    Nice...
    Safe riding,

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    Awesome!

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    I own a Felt Compulsion 2 SE which I bought new in 2009. I love it to bits and will get some images up once Ive done t10 posts lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by vjrk77 View Post
    Just Got It Built Today
    I would have sex with your bike. hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by warrior737 View Post
    I would have sex with your bike. hahaha
    seat tube or bottom bracket?
    Master of Nothing, but dammit if I don't try..............

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    Quote Originally Posted by digthemlows View Post
    seat tube or bottom bracket?
    Neither would work for me, not expandable enough.
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    Haha, I've only been on this forum a couple of hours and you've already made me laugh....

    Keep it up guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex_W View Post
    Haha, I've only been on this forum a couple of hours and you've already made me laugh....

    Keep it up guys
    Give it some time, I'll probably piss you off at some point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    Give it some time, I'll probably piss you off at some point.
    Haha "MyMan" and me you no bout..

    Any way now I've posted enough relpies I can add some images.

    Felt Compulsion 2 Special Edition Mint Sauce

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    Frame:Felt Equilink "ALL DAY" Full Suspension, 7005 Double-Butted Aluminum with Hydroform Toptube and new Alloy Seat and Chainstays 145mm travel, 45mm Integrated Head Tube, Replacable Derailleur Hanger, Disc-Brake SpecificRear

    Shock:FOX Float Air 7.875 x 2.0, 12mm Shaft Diameter, 29mm Body Diameter, Aluminum, External Rebound Adjust, 315 Grams

    Fork:Rock Shox Pike 409 140mm Dual Air With Motion Control Adjustments: External rebound, Internal low speed compression to 'Lock' with external Floodgate Magnesium lowers, includes Maxle 360 20mm, Direct mount Disc Tabs (Post Style) 5.4lbs Disc Brake Specific

    Front Derailleureore XTR, E-Type Down-Swing Dual-Pull Band-Type, 34.9mm Seat Tube, Dual Pull, 66-69 Degree CS Angle

    Rear Derailleur:2008 X-9, long cage, ,Aluminum alloy links and forged B-knuckle, High Strength Grilon P-knuckle, sealed cartridge bearing upper pulley, Aluminum cage 9-Speed, Direct Attachment Top-Normal DesignShifters:

    SRAM X-7, 1-1 Trigger 9 speed Shifter 9 speed right 3 speed (Shimano compatible) Left 262g

    Chainset:Truvativ Firex SX 2-Piece Crank, Forged Aluminum Arms, 9-SpeedChainrings:44/32/22 tooth chainrings 7075 Alloy outer Ring, Steel middle and inner ring

    Bottom Bracket:Giga X-Pipe XRCassette:

    Sram PG-950 Cassette Sprocket, 9-Speed, 11-34 Tooth range

    Chain:Super-Narrow for 9-Speed

    Front Brake:Hope M4 A caliper with 4 pistons. The silver caliper has the word HOPE and M4 machined into the side and is a 2 piece design. Hope braided lines with stainless fittings 203mm Rotor

    Rear Brake: Hope M4 A caliper with 4 pistons. The silver caliper has the word HOPE and M4 machined into the side and is a 2 piece design.Hope braided lines with stainless fittings 160mm Rotor

    Levers:Hope Mini (Classic) In Black

    Handlebars: Truvativ Husslefelt Raiser Bar 9-degree back-sweep, 5-degree up-sweep

    Stem:New Felt All Mountain Stem 3D Forged Aluminum 4 bolt Split Clamp design. 7 degree rise, CP chromo hardware 290grams 31.8 Bar Bore. Extensions=100mm

    Headset:Fully-Integrated Aheadset Threadless Type, Cane Creek Compatible (45 Degree), 1-1/8 inch, Sealed Cartridge Bearing, 28.6/41/30mm Diameter, 10.2mm Stack Height, without Top Cap, 73 Grams

    Grips: Gusset clear grips with twin alloy lock rings.

    Rims:WTB SPEEDDISC All Mountain Disc Doublewall Aluminum, 26 x 1.5 x 32 hole, 26mm Width, Safety seal bead PRESTA Valve, Black Anodized, with Single Eyelets, 505 Grams, with WTB DecalFront Hub:FELT 20mm Thru Axle hub, Forged Aluminum, for Disc Brake, Sealed Bearing, Without 7075 20mm Axle, 110mm Overlocknut Dimension, without Logo

    Rear Hub:Shimano Deore FH-M525 6-Bolt Disc Brake, Aluminum Cassette Type (8-9-Speed), Steel Freehub Body, with BLACK ED Alloy Quick-Release Lever, 135mm Overlocknut DimensionSpokesouble Butted 14g Matte Black Stainless (3-Cross Front & Rear)

    Front Tyre:Mondraker SYS ITS 26x2.25

    Rear Tyre:Mondraker SYS ITS 26x2.25

    Tubes:Presta Valve

    Saddle: San Marco (White)

    Seat Binder:Cold-Forged 6061 Aluminum, with Cr-Mo Bolt & Forged Alloy lever

    Cheers
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    ^ Right on! It's always nice to see a Felt. I used to know Jim Felt. He and Johnny O'mara used to come up to the ranch I grew up on and we would go hunting. That was in the late '80's and early 90's. Jim used to be Johnny's tuner with the works Honda team and then later with Suzuki.
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