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    Quote Originally Posted by RS VR6 View Post
    Lol...this is more down mountain than all mountain. I usually take it to places where I don't have to pedal much.
    What brakes are those?

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    Quote Originally Posted by crank1979 View Post
    What brakes are those?
    They are the Juin Tech DB1. They work every bit as good as the M785's on my other bike.

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    I was considering buying a new bike but couldn't bring myself to part with my Stumpy just yet. So I upgraded to a 1x10 drivetrain, a 750mm handlebar and popped on some 2.5in Kenda Nevegal's and continued to shred

    2007 Stumpjumper FSR





    Fox Float 32 Fork
    Fox Floar R rear shock with Brain
    Shimano XT crank
    Raceface 32T narrow-wide chainring
    Shimano XT shifter
    Shimano XT rear derailleur w/clutch
    Shimano XT cassette 11-36T
    Avid BB7 front 185mm rotor
    Avid BB7 rear 160mm rotor
    Kenda Nevegal 26 x 2.5in front and rear

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    And, it's got that pretty purple paint job!

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    Haven't posted here in a while. Latest upgrades include a 170 Lyrik RCT3 and a Command Post ircc. Once the Minion SS dies up probably throw on an Aggressor. Love this bike!




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    real funny bike!
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    New Strive!



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    Quote Originally Posted by gckless View Post
    New Strive!

    Do you live in the states?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimm19 View Post
    Do you live in the states?
    Not right now. This is in South Korea.

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    She's nearly complete! WrenchScience helped me out big time on this build. I won't lie. Playing with their bike builder online was pretty cool.

    Let's see those AM setups-2182017163146.jpg

    Stikrd made me custom fork decals
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    Fabric cageless water bottle just barely fits
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    Frame: Evil The Calling (large)
    Rear shock: Rockshox Super Deluxe 131mm
    Fork: Rockshox Pike RCT3 140mm
    Wheels: 27.5 Raceface Turbine R rims with RF Vault hubs 30mm
    Tyres: e*thirteen TRS R front, WTB Breakout 2.3 Light/Fast rear
    Cranks: RaceFace Next SL G4 170mm
    Chainring: Absolute Black Oval 32T
    Rear derailleur: SRAM Eagle X01 12spd
    Handlebars: Renthal Fatbar Carbon 760mm
    Stem: Thompson Elite 4X
    Grips: ESI Chunky
    Seat: Fabric Scoop Radius Elite
    Seatpost: 9Point8 Fallline 175mm
    Cassette: SRAM Eagle X01 12spd
    Brakes: SRAM Guide RSC 180mm front/rear
    Shifters: SRAM X01 Eagle
    Headset: Cane Creek 40
    Chain: SRAM Eagle
    Pedals: RaceFace Chester

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCWages View Post
    She's nearly complete! WrenchScience helped me out big time on this build. I won't lie. Playing with their bike builder online was pretty cool.

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    Frame: Evil The Calling (large)
    Rear shock: Rockshox Super Deluxe 131mm
    Fork: Rockshox Pike RCT3 140mm
    Wheels: 27.5 Raceface Turbine R rims with RF Vault hubs 30mm
    Tyres: e*thirteen TRS R front, WTB Breakout 2.3 Light/Fast rear
    Cranks: RaceFace Next SL G4 170mm
    Chainring: Absolute Black Oval 32T
    Rear derailleur: SRAM Eagle X01 12spd
    Handlebars: Renthal Fatbar Carbon 760mm
    Stem: Thompson Elite 4X
    Grips: ESI Chunky
    Seat: Fabric Scoop Radius Elite
    Seatpost: 9Point8 Fallline 175mm
    Cassette: SRAM Eagle X01 12spd
    Brakes: SRAM Guide RSC 180mm front/rear
    Shifters: SRAM X01 Eagle
    Headset: Cane Creek 40
    Chain: SRAM Eagle
    Pedals: RaceFace Chester
    Love it Justincasewages! Especially that "Powered by Evil" sticker!

    This is Just_Jinky from Instagram by the way!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just J View Post
    Love it Justincasewages! Especially that "Powered by Evil" sticker!

    This is Just_Jinky from Instagram by the way!
    Hey what up? Haha Thanks! You have good taste so that means a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCWages View Post
    Hey what up? Haha Thanks! You have good taste so that means a lot.
    Ha! Thanks man, appreciate it, you do too!

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    Nice build, like the subtle touches of color. I wanna ride one of those. I'm in Seattle, shouldn't be to hard to set up a demo.....just time, and weather.
    2016 Whyte T-130C RS

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tikiguy View Post
    Nice build, like the subtle touches of color. I wanna ride one of those. I'm in Seattle, shouldn't be to hard to set up a demo.....just time, and weather.
    It's pretty fickin' awesome. Just don't demo one unless you are ready to buy. It's that good. Then again so is your T-130!

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    2010 Trek Remedy 8

    Bought my first full suspension bike the other day! Interesting build that includes a 2010 remedy frame with similar vintage fox suspension and built with entry level components. Really sweet entry level full suspension bike at a great price. Not really a all mountain rider but figure I would share anyway.
    Frame: 19.5" 2010 trek remedy 8
    Rear shock: Fox float DRCV 150 mm
    Fork: Fox float 32 RP24 150 mm
    Wheels: 26" mavic 717 disc
    Tyres: 2.0 kenda karma rear and tioga factory DH 2.30 front coming soon
    Cranks: TruvaTIV stylo
    Chainring: Looking for a 32 tooth narrow wide
    Rear derailleur: SRAM X7 9 speed
    Handlebars: Old school carbon easton monkey lite XC with a 1" clamp
    Stem: Bontrager something or other
    Grips: Bontrager
    Seat: Specialized rival 143
    Seatpost: Raceface respondCassette: 9 speed 11-32
    Brakes: Elixir 3 160 mm rotors
    Shifters: SRAM X7
    Headset: Cane Creek
    Chain: SRAM
    Pedals: VP Vice coming soon!
    Let's see those AM setups-remedy.jpg

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    Short stem/wide bars and make sure the flip chips are in the "low slack" and your good to go. I put many miles on my old Remedy. Great bike.
    Have fun!

    [QUOTE=MB_rider;13091586]Bought my first full suspension bike the other day! Interesting build that includes a 2010 remedy frame with similar vintage fox suspension and built with entry level components. Really sweet entry level full suspension bike at a great price. Not really a all mountain rider but figure I would share anyway.
    Frame: 19.5" 2010 trek remedy 8
    Rear shock: Fox float DRCV 150 mm
    Fork: Fox float 32 RP24 150 mm
    Wheels: 26" mavic 717 disc
    Tyres: 2.0 kenda karma rear and tioga factory DH 2.30 front coming soon
    Cranks: TruvaTIV stylo
    Chainring: Looking for a 32 tooth narrow wide
    Rear derailleur: SRAM X7 9 speed
    Handlebars: Old school carbon easton monkey lite XC with a 1" clamp
    Stem: Bontrager something or other
    Grips: Bontrager
    Seat: Specialized rival 143
    Seatpost: Raceface respondCassette: 9 speed 11
    2016 Whyte T-130C RS

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    My "new" Bandit 29. I got sick of riding a hardtail on all the PA rocks, so I picked up the frame and fork used, and put everything from the hardtail on it that would fit.

    2012 Transition Bandit 29, large frame
    Pike RCT3 140mm w/Capra decals
    RaceFace Turbine 725mm bars
    RaceFace Turbine 50mm stem
    ODI SDG grips
    XTR M980 10 spd shifter
    XT M786 10 spd derailleur
    XT CN-HG95 chain
    XT M771 11-36T cassette
    XT M785 brakes
    XT RT86 180mm/160mm rotors
    RaceFace NarrowWide 32T chainring
    RaceFace Ride Cransket
    Stan's ArchEX w/OEM stealth decals
    Minion DHF 2.3 front
    Ardent 2.25 rear
    RaceFace Ride XC seatpost
    Old Specialized saddle
    Chris King i2 headset
    Hope Seatpost Collar

    I have an appointment with Push in two weeks for the RP23 shock, and the RWS bearings are going in at the same time. Fox Transfer 125mm dropper, WolfTooth lever, SDG FlyMTN saddle, and RaceFace Atlas Stealth 785mm bars are all in the mail, should have them by the weekend. Waiting on Vorsprung to get the Pike Luftkappe back in stock, and I'll be installing it and rebuilding/bleeding the fork at the same time.

    If I can keep myself upright, it's shaping up to be a great season on this bike. Even with a fork in need of a rebuild and damper bleed, and a shock in need of bushings and a rebuild, and some parts that aren't a great fit for this bike (bars, lack of dropper, etc), I absolutely love this thing. I wanted something I could ride much harder than a bland XC hardtail, and this bike is definitely it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DC2.2GSR View Post


    My "new" Bandit 29. I got sick of riding a hardtail on all the PA rocks, so I picked up the frame and fork used, and put everything from the hardtail on it that would fit.

    2012 Transition Bandit 29, large frame
    Pike RCT3 140mm w/Capra decals
    RaceFace Turbine 725mm bars
    RaceFace Turbine 50mm stem
    ODI SDG grips
    XTR M980 10 spd shifter
    XT M786 10 spd derailleur
    XT CN-HG95 chain
    XT M771 11-36T cassette
    XT M785 brakes
    XT RT86 180mm/160mm rotors
    RaceFace NarrowWide 32T chainring
    RaceFace Ride Cransket
    Stan's ArchEX w/OEM stealth decals
    Minion DHF 2.3 front
    Ardent 2.25 rear
    RaceFace Ride XC seatpost
    Old Specialized saddle
    Chris King i2 headset
    HopeSeatpost Collar

    I have an appointment with Push in two weeks for the RP23 shock, and the RWS bearings are going in at the same time. Fox Transfer 125mm dropper, WolfTooth lever, SDG FlyMTN saddle, and RaceFace Atlas Stealth 785mm bars are all in the mail, should have them by the weekend. Waiting on Vorsprung to get the Pike Luftkappe back in stock, and I'll be installing it and rebuilding/bleeding the fork at the same time.

    If I can keep myself upright, it's shaping up to be a great season on this bike. Even with a fork in need of a rebuild and damper bleed, and a shock in need of bushings and a rebuild, and some parts that aren't a great fit for this bike (bars, lack of dropper, etc), I absolutely love this thing. I wanted something I could ride much harder than a bland XC hardtail, and this bike is definitely it!
    A word to the wise ^^ keep an eye in your rear triangle...

    Particularly the lower stays (front & rear)





    I too, loved my Bandit - but it started cracking up front weld didn't fix issue i.e. cracking shifted to weld edge.

    A riding bud had a Bandit also that did the same thing

    YMMV...

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    Quote Originally Posted by targnik View Post
    A word to the wise ^^ keep an eye in your rear triangle...

    Particularly the lower stays (front & rear)





    I too, loved my Bandit - but it started cracking up front weld didn't fix issue i.e. cracking shifted to weld edge.

    A riding bud had a Bandit also that did the same thing

    YMMV...

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    I've heard all about the triangle cracking on them, unfortunately only after I bought the frame. For now I'm just going to keep an eye on it and hope I don't end up with the same thing happening. If it does crack, I'll just break out the TIG and weld it up as many times as I need to. It will be a pain in the ass, but I think I should be able to get a season out of it.

    After reading about the crack issues, I was actually considering preemptively boxing that section of the frame where the cracks are known to happen, and gusseting the rear. Might sound excessive, but with a TIG welder in the garage and nothing but time, I don't think it would hurt.

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    i doubt it would help as its a case of poor heat treating,you can reweld or weld in supports but it would need reheat treating

    i am on my second Giant reign(2016) frame

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    ^^^this
    I drive more when the streets need repairs! -'95 ZJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by theMISSIONARY View Post
    i doubt it would help as its a case of poor heat treating,you can reweld or weld in supports but it would need reheat treating

    i am on my second Giant reign(2016) frame
    You could've afforded carbon by now


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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbkr80015 View Post
    You could've afforded carbon by now


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    i didnt pay for the second frame....it was warrantied

    and a mates reign advanced 2 cracked......the carbon is not the do all and be all i am afraid

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    Quote Originally Posted by theMISSIONARY View Post
    i doubt it would help as its a case of poor heat treating,you can reweld or weld in supports but it would need reheat treating

    i am on my second Giant reign(2016) frame
    I wouldn't go without reheat treating. I have a kiln I use in knifemaking and for other alloy heat treating that has plenty of room for that chainstay section.

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    Give it ago its a win or off to the junk with it

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    Quote Originally Posted by theMISSIONARY View Post
    Give it ago its a win or off to the junk with it
    It would just be an excuse to not be a cheapass and actually buy a new frame!

    Hoping this Bandit lasts a bit though, rode again yesterday and I'm really loving it. Same trails I'm used to have a whole different feel now.

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    Very nice! Nice screen name as well...I miss my EG6 everyday...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimm19 View Post
    Very nice! Nice screen name as well...I miss my EG6 everyday...
    Thanks! You're the first person outside of a Honda forum who caught the meaning. I used to have a '95 GSR with an H22A swap, so the 2.2 part fit nicely. It has been a long time since I've had anything fun to rip around in.

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    Specialized Enduro EVO

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    Quote Originally Posted by _DV8_ View Post
    Specialized Enduro EVO
    The best Specialized is the one you can't see!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    The best Specialized is the one you can't see!
    Don't look at this then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LCBooger View Post



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    Now that's a real bike!

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    Rather than a picture, made a video of my ride:
    https://youtu.be/kq2sWL3j7SE

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    My Diamondback Mission 3x1, works extremely well for me, running Bomber Z1 forks and a Float R in the back, wheelset's Sun Ringle MTX33's

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    Great rides, you all!

    Sharing mine, hope you like it.

    LaPierre Zesty 214. Pics are old, I used to run a 3 x 9 drivetrain, but switched to 1 x 9 a few days ago. Front Derailleur used to be SLX as well. Same with the front tire, used to run 2 RaceKings, now got a Maxxis, as described below.

    * Frame Size & Color: Medium / Red.
    * Fork: Rock Shox Recon 335 / 140mm Travel.
    * Brakes: Formula RX 180/180.
    * Cranks: Shimano Deore.
    * Front Derailleur: N/A.
    * Rear Derailleur: Shimano SLX 9 Speed.
    * Pedals: Wellgo CNC Platform B137B.
    * Stem: LaPierre stock / 80mm.
    * Handlebar: Blackspire Riser Bar 800mm / 20mm rise.
    * Seatpost: LaPierre stock.
    * Saddle: Selle Italia.
    * Bottom Bracket: Shimano SM/BB 71.
    * Cassette: Shimano HG400 / 9 Speed.
    * Grips: No idea! Was wondering myself, in fact.
    * Front Tire: Maxxis High Roller, 26x2.5.
    * Front Rim + Rear Rim: AlexRims SX44 26''.
    * Front Hub + Rear Hub: Shimano Deore HB M525.
    * Rear Tire: Continental RaceKing, 26x2.2.
    * Weight: 12.5 kg.
    Let's see those AM setups-wp_20170216_12_17_58_pro.jpgLet's see those AM setups-rsz_1wp_20161021_10_48_35_pro.jpgLet's see those AM setups-wp_20170121_18_18_31_pro.jpg

    Let me now what you think.

    Cheers!

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    Are those road brakes? And the bike taking a bath in the top pic?
    13 Intense Uzzi
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    26er's for life!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shredman69 View Post
    Are those road brakes? And the bike taking a bath in the top pic?
    I'm using Formula RX brakes, not the best brakes for road, if you ask me

    And yes, I like to ride in the winter a lot, and that day the weather was ESPECIALLY bad, so I washed it there before heading to give it a full service back in January.

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    2015 Santa Cruz Bronson C

    2015 Santa Cruz Bronson C Lg Frame
    RockShox Pike fork 160mm
    Nukeproof ware head 165mm handlebar
    Rental 40mm stem a
    Lizard skin northshore grips
    Fox Float Evol rear shock
    Marsh Guard mud guard
    27.5 Fulcrum Red Power aluminum rims
    Shwalbe Magic Mary 2.35 tires
    Shimano SLX brakes with Icetech 180mm rotors
    Shimano XT deore 10 speed clutch mech
    Shimano 175mm SLX cranks
    Wolf tooth 32t oval chain ring
    Shimano SLX shifter
    Map chain guide/bash guard
    Sunrace 11 x 46 t cassett
    Mallet DH pedals
    Cane creek headset
    Easton 150mm dropper post
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    Great rig, really like the colors too 8)

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    Love the Bronson's keep 'em coming

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    Let's see those AM setups-img_0275.jpgLet's see those AM setups-img_0299.jpg
    Almost done building this thing up. Cant wait to take it down to Bentonville to shred the ledges.

    * Frame Size & Color: 2017 BMC Speedfox medium yellow carbon/alloy
    * Fork: Fox 34 performance 130mm
    * Shock: Fox Float dps evol
    * Brakes: SLX
    * Cranks: Next SL G4
    * Front Derailleur: MRP bottle opener
    * Rear Derailleur: XTR 11s
    * Pedals: Time ATAC
    * Stem: Thomson X4
    * Handlebar: Thomson Trail C
    * Seatpost: KS lev 125
    * Saddle: Fizik Tundra VS
    * Bottom Bracket: Enduro 4130 PF
    * Cassette: Sram 1150
    * Grips: Sram foam lock on
    * Front Tire: DHF 2.5 wt
    * Front Wheel: EX 1501 Spline One 29" 25mm internal
    * Rear Tire: DHR 2.3
    * Rear Wheel: EX 1501 Spline One 29" 25mm internal
    * Weight: 28 and change
    2008 BMC Fourstroke 19-559 ISO (RIP in peace)
    2017 BMC Speedfox 25-622 ISO
    2017 Salsa Timberjack 40-584 ISO

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCWages View Post
    She's nearly complete!

    Frame: Evil The Calling (large)
    Rear shock: Rockshox Super Deluxe 131mm
    Fork: Rockshox Pike RCT3 140mm
    Wheels: 27.5 Raceface Turbine R rims with RF Vault hubs 30mm
    Tyres: e*thirteen TRS R front, WTB Breakout 2.3 Light/Fast rear
    Cranks: RaceFace Next SL G4 170mm
    Chainring: Absolute Black Oval 32T
    Rear derailleur: SRAM Eagle X01 12spd
    Handlebars: Renthal Fatbar Carbon 760mm
    Stem: Thompson Elite 4X
    Grips: ESI Chunky
    Seat: Fabric Scoop Radius Elite
    Seatpost: 9Point8 Fallline 175mm
    Cassette: SRAM Eagle X01 12spd
    Brakes: SRAM Guide RSC 180mm front/rear
    Shifters: SRAM X01 Eagle
    Headset: Cane Creek 40
    Chain: SRAM Eagle
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    Rockshox PIKE RCT3 160mm 2 Tokens
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    Truvativ 50mm stem
    Ergon grips
    Fox Float Performance EVOL
    Easton AR27 wheelset
    Specialized Butcher / Slaughter tires
    SRAM Guide RSC brakes
    SRAM X01
    Rockshox Reverb
    WTB saddle
    Mavic Crossroc pedals

    I love this bike...





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    Giant Iguana
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    Anyone else?

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    Heres my scout

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    Transition Scout M (invisaframe & enduro max bearings)
    Fork: Pike 150mm
    Headset: Cane creek 40 Headset
    Shifter: XTR m9000
    Rear Derailuer: XTR m9000
    Cassette: Sram GX 10-42
    Cranks: XT m8000 (170mm)
    Chainring: Wolftooth 32T
    BB: XT m8000
    Pedals: Raceface Chester
    Saddle: WTB Volt team Ti
    Seat Post: Cheap Truativ until I get dropper
    Stem: Truativ 35mm (temporary)
    Bars: Chromag Fubars OSX 780mm (25mm rise)
    Grips: ODI SDG
    Brakes: XTR Trail
    Rotors: Rt-86 Ice tech 180mm/180mm
    Wheels: Industry Nine Enduro 305
    Front Tire: Hanz Dampf 2.35 Trailstar
    Rear Tire: Rock Razor 2.35 Pacestar


    Next it is getting a bontranger drop line, a renthal fatbar lite and renthal 35mm stem.

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    Motobecane Hal6 team 11

    Let's see those AM setups-img_0435.jpgLet's see those AM setups-img_0439.jpg

    Only changes so far are
    Ks lev dx dropper.
    Fabric shallow scoop saddle.
    Black ops proform pedals.
    Ergo grips.
    I know a lot of the people on here hate the Hal6 and some of the arguments are well taken, but it has been a great bike for me so far. I am having a blast on it!

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    2017 Giant Reign 2

    -=Changes from stock=-

    *Bars trimmed to 790mm
    *Easton lock-on grips (thick)
    *Enudroguard mudguard
    *Magic Mary SS Tsc Evo 2.35, front
    *Minion DHRII Exo TR dual compound 2.3, rear
    *Wheels/tires = tubeless
    *7x bands (volume reducers) in rear shock
    *3x tokens (volume reducers) in fork
    *30t Absolute Black Oval chainring
    *Chain guide/bash guard removed o_0

    -=Likely future changes=-

    *Metallic brake pads
    *Stealth 142x12 axle
    *MRP Ramp Control cartridge
    *Stronger wheels i.e. 32 spokes vs 28, wider/stiffer rims + better hubs
    *Better dropper remote
    *HRII rear tire? More Winter grip

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    Orbea Occam AM H10 with 150mm fox transfer dropper


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    Only changes so far are
    Ks lev dx dropper.
    Fabric shallow scoop saddle.
    Black ops proform pedals.
    Ergo grips.
    I know a lot of the people on here hate the Hal6 and some of the arguments are well taken, but it has been a great bike for me so far. I am having a blast on it!
    I wish I hadn't sold my MB....loved that ride. The hals and new hals have insane components for the price. Would buy one again....

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    Santa Cruz Noma 2018

    Lyrik 180mm
    Rockshox Super Deluxe Coil RCT
    sramm XX1-X01 Eagle
    Formula cura
    Reverb 170mm
    Ztr flow mk3-dt swiss 240's
    Answer 810 carbon

    13.7 kg
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    Very nice Nomad. It looks like the front of your saddle is melting though. I'd put some carbon wheels and an air shock on that bad boy too, to lighten it up a little bit.
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    13.7 kg is a great weight for a similar toy ( imho ), for a "lighter" use I have a 5010

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