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    2013 Spitfire

    What do we know so far?

    Does it have bearings?
    Adjustable geometry? Looks like there could be adjustable geo built into the dropouts.
    Geo specs?

    27.5" compatible dropouts as option

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    yes from what I understand all new bikes will have INA bearings through out with a better design of keeping things together. tighten the pivot bolts right on to the bearing races, I hope without the nylon washers cause they cause allot of drag and can produce annoying noise.

    the new spitty also has 140 mm rear travel instead of the 130 mm of the current version. together with the KS link this will make it a whole other bike i'm sure. the current version allready has quite a bottomloss feel so i'm very interested how the new version will ride.

    the double shock adjustment isn't used much, people prefer the slack setting so they might aswell add the option to change geo on the dropout itself. geo i'm very curious about cause I absolutly love my current spitty, allthough I need to run a 400 mm seatpost at allmost max (I think 13 cm inside the frame) to achieve propper flat-xc pedaling height. this is on a medium frame and i'm 1.78 m. I really hope they change it a bit so it's easier to use a dropper, and for the sake of being safe. that really is my only point of attention for a new version.
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    im soooo waiting for this ever since i took a peek at their "unreleased" brochure.

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    I think Banshee needs to start making 12 X 142 thru-axles for all their upcoming models. I believe this is the new standard for good reason. It makes the rear end a whole lot stiffer. I know my spitfire is like a noodle in the rear, be it from the loose bushings/frame wear or inherent flex. I know my rampant could benefit from a 12x142 thru-axle, too.

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    I'd suggest they start small and work on a non self-destructing suspension pivot design before going on to work on incorporating new axle standards, 650b compatible dropouts, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillT View Post
    I'd suggest they start small and work on a non self-destructing suspension pivot design before going on to work on incorporating new axle standards, 650b compatible dropouts, etc.
    Like the bearing system they are using on the 2013's? It's pretty well proven on the Legends, and there haven't been any probs on the Primes either.
    Dropout designs are pretty simple in the scheme of things....

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillT View Post
    I'd suggest they start small and work on a non self-destructing suspension pivot design before going on to work on incorporating new axle standards, 650b compatible dropouts, etc.
    Man, what an ignorant and pointless comment.

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    I'm a bitter soon to be former Spitfire owner...I'm only speaking from my experience unless you feel having 2-3 mm of vertical play in the lower linkage is normal after 4 rides with new pivots and bushings. That said, I do enjoy the way the bikes rides as they totally nailed the geometry, but I'm (and many others - just look at the Rune bushing thread) done dealing with this headache.

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    Saw this posted on facebook:

    Spotted: New Banshee 26″ Long Travel Bike - Bike Rumor

    The seat brace reminds me of the Spitfire but I guess this proto is not the new SF?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bitewerks View Post
    Saw this posted on facebook:

    Spotted: New Banshee 26″ Long Travel Bike - Bike Rumor

    The seat brace reminds me of the Spitfire but I guess this proto is not the new SF?
    i hope its not the new spitfire. looks like dodo

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    ^ That's the new Spitfire. I really hope they make dropouts to shorten the rear also.

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    That isn't a spitfire
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    Quote Originally Posted by gunt pimp View Post
    i hope its not the new spitfire. looks like dodo
    I'm not seeing the resemblance. Dodos have more of a hydroformed, Norco/Specialized curvilinear shape. This looks more like a Rune V2 to me, and from where I'm sitting it's pretty awesome: nice & angular. If the Spitfire follows suit, I think it'll be a winner.

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    hmmm...

    provided examples do illustrate differences.
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    Any news on when it will be out? I just transferred the parts from my 2011 Spitty to my old Yeti Seven frame. Seems pointless to start screwing around with axle replacements and such when a new version is going to be out soon, but my Spitty just didn’t ride right anymore - and unlike the Seven, it doesn’t have that many miles on it. I wonder if they will let me trade up to the Rune…

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    I can´t quote for other countries, but in Germany the new Runes and Spitfires are to expected in November 2012. I´ve heard that there might be earlier Releases (August) for the US-Market.

    BTW, the neon Bike above seems like that is the large Proto-Rune Jon was seen on ...

    Quote Originally Posted by juanbeegas View Post
    That's the new Spitfire. I really hope they make dropouts to shorten the rear also.
    From the Picture and judging by the look I would say Banshee did exactly that, next to some other amazing Geo-Refinements ...

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    Hmm, Banshee has a new Rune 2013 video on their site. Says October...

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    Well, there may be delays ...
    I could imagine that the Production is under hot fire to get them out in autumn, just after Euro/Interbike ...

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    We will be shipping these out in a bit over a month or so (aiming for 6 weeks time) to the distributors who placed orders. But you have to take into acount shipping times, generally shipping to distributor takes about 3 weeks, and then they have to sort the stock out and ship on to dealers... so October-November is realistic.
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    Thanks for the info Keith
    Think I have to fix my order asap, to become the first and proud new Spitty-Owner in Germany

    By the way: Why no 135x12 (Thrue-Axle/Maxle) Dropout? Is this becoming a dead "Standard"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoStyle View Post

    By the way: Why no 135x12 (Thrue-Axle/Maxle) Dropout? Is this becoming a dead "Standard"?
    I don't feel there is much demand for this... 142x12 is fast becoming the closest bolt through standard, and 135x10 can always be set up with a bolt up hub. Personally I am not a big fan of multiple standards, I'd much rather that the whole industry settled on one good standard, but since companies keep creating new standards and marketing them as the best to make more money from people who feel the need to upgrade, I feel have to offer customers a wide range of options to save them money.

    I wouldn't recommend one dropout standard over any other (although I never recommend QR options, as bolt up 135x10 hubs are far stiffer and often same weight), it really just comes down to what rear hub you have. The dropout optons are only offered to make make sure the majority of customers don't have to buy a another new wheelset or converter kit if they want this frame, as they can specify the dropout to go with their wheel of choice.
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    Is the '13 Spitfire designed specifically for a 160mm fork? I was hoping it'd be fine with 140-150mm (I already have a 140mm fork & would like to keep using it).

    Glad to see Banshee coming back strong!

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    Oh well, thank you Keith for insight.
    It was just a thought, because while I´m going to purchase a Spitfire, I seriously think to keep my Wildcard, too. First Spitfire Built-Up would be with 26ers, so I could have the opportunity to switch Wheels first, save some money and upgrade later. My Rear Hub is convertable between QR and 135x12. As an option: 135x10 and DT-Swiss RWS works fine, from what I´ve heard.
    But I have noticed that the 650B-Dropouts are 142x12 only, so this becomes not that important point any more when switching to this Wheelsize ...

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    I wouldn't say the spitfire V2 is designed specifically for a 160mm fork. anything in 140-160mm range should work fine on it. It's up to you to pick the fork that will suit your needs best when considering how it will affect geometry. I personally like a stiff and slightly higher than average front end so have opted for a 160mm fork on mine. 140mm will work, but will steepen the head angle by about 1 degree and drop the BB about 0.3".
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoStyle View Post
    Oh well, thank you Keith for insight.
    It was just a thought, because while I´m going to purchase a Spitfire, I seriously think to keep my Wildcard, too. First Spitfire Built-Up would be with 26ers, so I could have the opportunity to switch Wheels first, save some money and upgrade later. My Rear Hub is convertable between QR and 135x12. As an option: 135x10 and DT-Swiss RWS works fine, from what I´ve heard.
    But I have noticed that the 650B-Dropouts are 142x12 only, so this becomes not that important point any more when switching to this Wheelsize ...

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    650B options may increase with demand... we are just testing the water.
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    Quote Originally Posted by builttoride View Post
    650B options may increase with demand... we are just testing the water.
    I will test this as soon as possible. 140 mm Back, 150 mm, maybe 160 mm Front, with 650B and the given Geometry sounds like a great All-Terrain Trail-Bike for the next Years to me.
    If you are looking for Rider-Feedback on this I would gladly give it to you

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    I'm always very happy to get feedback from customers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by builttoride View Post
    I wouldn't say the spitfire V2 is designed specifically for a 160mm fork. anything in 140-160mm range should work fine on it. It's up to you to pick the fork that will suit your needs best when considering how it will affect geometry. I personally like a stiff and slightly higher than average front end so have opted for a 160mm fork on mine. 140mm will work, but will steepen the head angle by about 1 degree and drop the BB about 0.3".
    Good to hear! 140mm is good for my local trails which are just rough in sections. 140mm is just enough to make things fun (currently on an Evil Sovereign hardtail). The less I have to upgrade for a new frame, the better.

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    builttoride

    I have a few bikes in my 'collection' right now, the next one I am building is going to be a 650b, and am VERY MUCH looking forward to the 2013 Spitty! thanks fore the info!

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    Oct. for the Rune v2. dont know about the other bikes.

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    Expect the Spitfire after the Rune production run, so possibly 6 weeks after Runes arrive would be a semi safe bet.

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    This bike is looking pretty sweet!! Like the new suspension design.

    Keith, how is the anti-squat characteristics of the new design compared to the old?

    When will the geo specs be released? or have I just missed seeing them somewhere.

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    The antisquat characteristics of the spitfire V2 are a bit more neutral than the V1 frame to give less pedal kickback, but the antisquat is still more than most frames out there in that category. So in a granny ring you will not feel quite as much pedal kickback (has been reduced almost 40%), but there will still be antisquat to help keep the geometry in a good position for climbing and offering fast acceleration with a nice rearward axle path.

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    From Bike Rumor.

    Now I want to upgrade to the new Spitty
    A bit hard to do with no distro in NZ.
    Still lovin' my current one though.

    One day, she will be mine.

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    absolutly f'n sick! I won't be tempted to screw my trip to whistlah next year tho, this sexy beast will have to wait.

    one thing i'm curious about, why wouldn't you push the INA bearings in articles like this? it boosts a whole lotta confidence over the mass-used cheaper stuff. why not brag about it so people know it is build to last.
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    The 27.5" possibility on the Spitfire and Rune is so smart right now. It's futureproofing for everyone who might otherwise be holding out on buying a new frame until the standards have settled a bit. I guess most downhill oriented riders are considering either 26" or 27.5" as 29" mostly has it's benefits in the XC arena. Here you can have it both

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    Yes, the versatility of the new Rune and Spitfire is even more outstanding, whether Axle-Standards or Wheelsize.
    My first built will have my previous 26ers, but as soon as finances allow it I´m going to buy a lightish 27.5 Wheelset to check out what to keep, or even keep both...

    By the way: Does anyone have an overview about the upcoming Forks for 27.5/650B?
    From what I know, Fox will offer a 34er Talas and Float with 140 or 160 mm Travel, RockShox a 32er Revelation with 150 mm Travel, X-Fusion the 34er Slant with 160 mm maximum Travel. Are there some more to come?

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    In a fit of anticipation last week I ordered some 650b rims, tires and spokes.

    From what I read on the 650b forum, my R/S 26" Lyrik will (barely) fit a 650b wheel with a 2.35" Nevegal which is what I ordered. I'm hoping to delay getting a fork until I know I like larger wheels. With luck R/S will make a 650b Lyrik by then and I can just swap out the lowers on what I already have.

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    Good idea with swap out the lowers on the Lyrik, if that´s possible (own a 2008 U-Turn Coil)! I have to keep that in mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoStyle View Post
    Good idea with swap out the lowers on the Lyrik, if that´s possible (own a 2008 U-Turn Coil)! I have to keep that in mind.
    Or just use a wider rim

    the new rune looks impressive, but will not replace my Wildcard yet...

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    I'm wondering if the v2 Spitfire has shorter chainstays? One of the weakness of the spitfire was it's lack of playfulness/jumpability and difficult in manualing. Not sure if it was due to the longer chainstays or longer wheelbase; both of which helped the bike climb uphill, however. On the descents it is more of a gravity sled sticking to the ground, but unpredictable and uncomfortable in the air. Any modifications to make the bike more playful and agile? I wonder?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hiawatha-de View Post
    I'm wondering if the v2 Spitfire has shorter chainstays? One of the weakness of the spitfire was it's lack of playfulness/jumpability and difficult in manualing. Not sure if it was due to the longer chainstays or longer wheelbase; both of which helped the bike climb uphill, however. On the descents it is more of a gravity sled sticking to the ground, but unpredictable and uncomfortable in the air. Any modifications to make the bike more playful and agile? I wonder?
    The Spitfire V2 chainstay is indeed a bit shorter (6mm) as the bike has been designed to be a bit more playful whilst still being just as efficienct and fast.
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    The Chainstays of the V2 varies between 427 mm to 431 mm for 26ers, depending on the Geometrysetting (the slacker, the longer). For 650B wheels add 10 mm.

    Judging by this ...




    ... there is plenty of Tire-Clearance and there might be a chance to shorten them slightly even more, if demanded, simply via shorter Dropouts.
    From my personal experience Chainstays around 430 mm and a bit shorter should give enough of a playful feel ...

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    Might have missed it buy any frame weights released?

    Standover? I'm a short inseamed rider who will need a size Small frame for sure.
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    @builttoride :

    I'm planning on getting a Spitfire next year. The guy at the banshee booth (Eurobike) told me there will be only two shock options : Fox or DBair. Would there be a way to get the frame -out of the box- with a BOS shock, say a Vip'r ?

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    You could just order it with no shock, and put whatever you want on there.

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    Of course. Just thought it could be great to have BOS as an option as well.

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    I'm afraid we can't offer every shock out there, as we have to make minimum order sizes from manufacturers. If you speak to your distributor / dealer you should be able to get frame without shock if you wish.
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    Can anyone tell me the i2i length of the 2013 spitfire?
    Will i be able to retain my old shock for the new spitfire?

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    The Shock-Size of the new Spittys is 7.875x2.25". Can´t quote for the V1, but seems like the i2i Length remains the same.

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    7.875x2.25" (40.0x8mm hardwear at the back, and 25.4x8.0mm hardwear at the front). Depending on what the shock was tuned for, it may have to be retuned to work well, but if it is a stock coil shock it should work well.
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    Does anyone know what the reach numbers are on the spitfire and the rune? Mainly for the large and xl.

    Any chance on stealth reverb routing?

    These new bikes look very well thought out. I really like how there are some bikes out there now for people how like more agressive geo.

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    Reach of the Rune V2:
    S - 393 mm
    M - 417 mm
    L - 441 mm
    XL - 466 mm

    Reach of the Spitfire V2:
    S - 407 mm
    M - 427 mm
    L - 452 mm
    XL - 477 mm

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    Thanks for the quick response. I would have to say that the reach look spot on!

    Is there full geo posted anywhere?

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    Hi rich2007,

    please check out the Preview from Bikerumor.com and the attached File.

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    Has anyone seen the specs on the new Norco 650b trail bikes? Geometry real similar to Banshee but they keep 16.9" chainstays on the 650b bikes! As much as I love Banshee, I'm leaning towards the Norco's as they're dedicated 650b's and not a compromise version. Would love to hear some opinions on this. The one big thing the Spitty has going for it tho is that it fits me true to size (mediums are a bit longer than normal) whereas I'm back to being in-between sizes with the Norco Sight Killer B.

    For future Spitty's I'd like to see more focus on 650b and shorter chainstays as well as making the frame lighter. I think the frames are overbuilt now and could lose a good pound for general trail use. I have a AM/FR bike for that kind of riding; I just want to go fast on the Spitty! A carbon 650b with 16.9" chainstays would be ideal and compliment my AM/FR bike instead of overlapping with it like currently.

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    Gman086,

    you hopefully have recognized that the Chainstays are growing within Framesize, from 419 mm (XS) to 436 (XL), plus the effective Seatangle is getting slacker (?!?). Also 66,5 HA is not really slack for a 160 mm Trailbike thats want to be "aggressive".

    I would like to say it this way: Respect to Norco to jump full on the 650B-thing - I really like the new Killer-B and Sight. But in all honesty, the new Prime and Rune are one of the most aggressive Trailbikes out there and Spitfire is the absolute Leader in it´s own class.
    I have the feel that Geometry of 650Bs have the same variables as 26er. Watch the all new hyped Scott Genius, Cube, Jamis or Rotwild - Chainstays up to 450 mm ...

    To the Frameweight: Why talking about making Frames lighter when there are no Production-Spittys yet?

    And to the last: Yes, I´m a big fan of short Chainstays, but having them around 437 - 441 mm for 650B is not that long. And judging by first Pictures there might be Clearance enough to shortem them slightly, but reasonable in the Future.

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    I'd seen the production frame weights and they weren't that different from the 2012's as I recall but please do correct me if I'm wrong. And yeah, I know about the chainstays and for a Medium, which is all I care about, I like them to be at about 16.9ish. The new Range Killer B looks to be the bike I'm after right down to the longer top tube length and 45" WB. Will have to try both but that's gonna be hard considering I'd have to find a Spitty or Rune demo with the 650b dropouts and wheels. I guess the real question is whether 650b is for real or not?

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    Ah ok, I have read a statement from Keith that the final Frameweights will be taken when the first Production-Frames are ready. As far as I know the Spitfire is going to hit Production in later Autum/Winter, because Prime and Rune will produced first, so no real weight-measurements at the moment besides the Prototypes I think ... ?

    On the other hand I am not sure to compare the Killer-B with the Spitfire, as the 650B Sight is the Spitty-Competitor while the Rune is in Competition to the Killer-B ...
    But yes, maybe there is a chance to make Custom-Dropouts for shorter Chainstays for 650B ...

    I´m not in the 29er-Boat and I´m not in the Boat saying 650B will kill the 26 - for me it is not "either-or" but "both". I will go with my current 26ers for the Park-Days and get a light 650B-Set for the Trail-Days.

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    So will all Geo adjustments be done via the dropouts? The specs show slack, neutral and steep but there's no adjustment holes for the shock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kburati View Post
    So will all Geo adjustments be done via the dropouts?
    Yes, Dropouts and Flip-Chips.
    Depending on the Flip-Chips the Dropouts are "higher" mounted to the Rear-Triangle, for a slacker Angle, or "lower" mounted, for the steeper Geometry.

    This Pic (from Eurobike) shows the neutral Setting:



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    Some of these specs for the 2013 Spitfire are concerning. I ride a small 2011 Spitfire which fits well and the 2013 increases the WB from 43.4" to 44.6" and increases the Reach from 14.7" to 16". Both of those seem quite big jumps and if you opt for the 650b dropouts the WB goes all the way to 45". I too am liking the specs of the new Norco 650b bikes though for the life of me can't figure out how they get a 16.6" CS length on the small Site and Range Killer B with a 650b wheel/tire. The specs on the new Intense Tracer 275 also look more spot on for me with the 650b.

    Before the small 2010 Spitfire I had a medium Spitfire with a 44.9" WB and a 15.9" Reach and it was too long for me to handle though the TT was also 23" on that bike.

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    My personal opinion is:

    There is too much talking about single Parameters like Reach, short Chainstays or too slack Headangles only ... Geometry always works as a whole, it´s not that short CS alone are the guarantee for a flickable Ride, or slack HA are a hindrance on steep technical climbs. To me it seems like 650B-specific Geometry has the same variety as 26ers have for years now. I know that I would never ride Trailbikes with steeper than 66er HA and slacker than 74er SA again - that is why 90 percent of the current and new offerings are falling from my selection ...
    As far as I know the new Spitfire has one of the lowest BBs, one of the steepest SAs (that must be the reason for the increast Reach) and the slackest HA - especially when going 650B. Slightly longer, low and slack are the ingredients for a fast tackling and aggressive Ride. If you ride more tight technical Terrain look for something else. The Spittys CSs are nicely in the middle of the long Scott/Rotwild/Jamis 450 mm and the short Norco/RockyMountain +/- 425 mm ...
    If you think that the new Norcos or Intenses are more spot on than go for them and enjoy the Ride! To me it is really curious that for the slightly bigger 650B some offer shorter CSs, steeper HAs and shorter Wheelbase than their 26ers do have ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoStyle View Post
    ...Slightly longer, low and slack are the ingredients for a fast tackling and aggressive Ride...
    Guess I'm not the typical Spitty rider as I prefer the tall setting on my 2011 Small which yields a 67.3 degree HA and a 13.5" BBH. Perfect for the technical terrain I ride, only thing I'd change on it would be a slightly shorter CS and a more active rear which the new one has but at the expense of a full inch longer WB which I guess is my biggest concern since to me TT is a more important measurement than Reach. Regardless I may end up trying it as my family is Banshee through and through, other than my 2001 RFX on DH days we have the following in our garage:

    2011 Banshee Spitfire Sm - mine
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    and prior to the Spitfire I owned a Banshee Rampant for 3 years as my trail bike. Tons of fun but not a great climber nor good on long rides. Banshee's have been very good for us, I just hope the WB on the 2013 small won't be a problem for me since all the other measurements work out for me using the tall/steep setting. Every FS bike in my garage including the RFX is a bushings bike, I look forward to finally trying a FS with bearings.

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    What I mean is: There is a growing tendency in Geometry where AM/Enduro-Bikes get somehow streched out - slightly longer (WB), low (BB/Standover) and slack (HA). The Spitfire, as a Trailbike, seems to follow this Path more than the average Trailbikes do, regardless of the Wheelsize. For me personally this is great, as I am looking for some years now to get a Bike like this. I´m too not shure if this is perfect when things get tight and technical, but I am willing to give it a go.
    Best thing for you is to demo-ride, if possible, all the Bikes on your Shortlist and check how you feel to it. I have a 1,5 deg Angleset on my Wildcard which lengthen the WB around 12 mm and it was pretty subtle to feel. One inch longer Wheelbase is definitely noticable - the question is: How much really? Does it still work for you? And: You still have the option to 1.) steepen the Angles and slightly shorten the CS/WB and 2.) to go with 26ers again and having the short CSs/WBs possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoStyle View Post
    ...if possible, all the Bikes on your Shortlist and check how you feel to it...

    BTW: What an amazing Banshee-History
    That would be the day, unfortunately in Massachusetts I've never even seen a Banshee or Norco in a bike shop. EMS used to carry Rocky Mountain but I'm not sure that's really even on my shortlist since they're using bushings. Shops around here carry the traditional Specialized, Trek, Cannondale and Giant MTB. I'd have to live out west to be able to try any of the bikes I've purchased in the last 15 years before buying them.

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    Hello again,

    I´m sorting which Parts to go on the new Spitfire. Is there any Info which Direct-Mount-Standard is used (S1,S2 or S3) and which Front-Deraileur is the right one, whether Sram or Shimano (Shimano XT prefered)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoStyle View Post
    Hello again,

    I´m sorting which Parts to go on the new Spitfire. Is there any Info which Direct-Mount-Standard is used (S1,S2 or S3) and which Front-Deraileur is the right one, whether Sram or Shimano (Shimano XT prefered)?

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    The front derailleur standard for all new KS link bikes is S3. You need to have a down pull or dual pull derailleur. Every SRAM front derailleur we have tested has worked well, although 2x10 have greater all round clearance. We will be producing a list of compatible Shimano options soon, as not all Shimano options are compaitble. So for now I would recommend going with SRAM.
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    Thank you Keith.
    I am going 2x9 or 2x10 anyway and this will help alot. If you have any info which Shimano-Deraileurs will work properly I would be happy to know.

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    I know the 2012 SLX FD doesn't work (body f derailleur is too bulky), but the XT one I tried was fine. We have been waiting for shimano to provide all derialleurs we have asked for to check, but haven't recieved them yet.... thanks for reminding me to chase that up.
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    okay fine.
    when will the spitfire available in europa ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by builttoride View Post
    I know the 2012 SLX FD doesn't work (body f derailleur is too bulky), but the XT one I tried was fine. We have been waiting for shimano to provide all derialleurs we have asked for to check, but haven't recieved them yet.... thanks for reminding me to chase that up.

    Is it the same thing with the Rune?

    I bought a 2013 Shimano SLX FD M675 E Type.

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    I can't confirm yet, as I haven't checked production rune frames, the previous information is from checking on the prime, which is the frame that is most likely to have interference issues due to space restrictions on 29er. I'll ask Jay to check one of the Rune V2's that have just finished being assembled.
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    Quote Originally Posted by builttoride View Post
    I know the 2012 SLX FD doesn't work (body f derailleur is too bulky), but the XT one I tried was fine. We have been waiting for shimano to provide all derialleurs we have asked for to check, but haven't recieved them yet.... thanks for reminding me to chase that up.
    Thanks again Keith!
    Glad to know that the Shimano XT will work. If all information is confirmed that may be important to note on your Website/upcoming Geo-Charts/FAQs ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoStyle View Post
    Thanks again Keith!
    Glad to know that the Shimano XT will work. If all information is confirmed that may be important to note on your Website/upcoming Geo-Charts/FAQs ...
    Yup, we will make sure that info is online when he have confirmed fits.
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    when will the spitfire available in europa ? ??

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    I was told that the Spitfire will be available in January. Later it changed to a small amount that arrives at late Oktober. At least in Germany, but nothing confirmed yet ...

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    @builttoride:

    Hi Keith!
    I am going to order the new 2013 Spitfire as replacement for the old one, have the reach changed for 2013?
    I have seen numbers that are the same as the old sizes, but on the previous page here i saw measurements suggesting a longer frame. I am confused as to which frame size to buy

    Previously on a large 2010 with 70 mm stem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baramats View Post
    @builttoride:

    Hi Keith!
    I am going to order the new 2013 Spitfire as replacement for the old one, have the reach changed for 2013?
    I have seen numbers that are the same as the old sizes, but on the previous page here i saw measurements suggesting a longer frame. I am confused as to which frame size to buy

    Previously on a large 2010 with 70 mm stem.

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    Hello,

    Yes reach has increased for the spitfire V2 for all sizes.

    The large Spitfire V2 has a reach of 452mm (22mm longer than old one), this is to move towards rider running slightly shorter stems and having a more aggressive riding position.

    The Effective top tube has remained the same but this number is a little misleading, as the higher you put the saddle the longer the top tube will feel as the actual seat post angle is slacker than the old frame due to bend in seat tube. So you will find that if you stick with a large frame, and switch to a 50mm stem, the the bikes geometry will feel very similar to your current bike.
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    Thanks!

    Longer Reach and shorter stem is the perfect evolution for this (my) bike, and I can keep going for the Large frame, I couldn't be happier!

    OT: That also means that I can buy a new Boxxer WC with direct mount for my other bike and us emy 50 mm Thomson stem on my new Spitfire...

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    Just for a tease.
    Picts are taken from Seb Kemps nsmb.com Article Banshee for 2013



    PS: Keith, do you have any measurements of the maximum Seatpost-Insertion for all Framesizes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by builttoride View Post
    Hello,

    Yes reach has increased for the spitfire V2 for all sizes.

    The large Spitfire V2 has a reach of 542mm (22mm longer than old one), this is to move towards rider running slightly shorter stems and having a more aggressive riding position.

    The Effective top tube has remained the same but this number is a little misleading, as the higher you put the saddle the longer the top tube will feel as the actual seat post angle is slacker than the old frame due to bend in seat tube. So you will find that if you stick with a large frame, and switch to a 50mm stem, the the bikes geometry will feel very similar to your current bike.
    Should´t it be 452mm istead of 542mm...

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    Hey NoStyle, don't worry about it, I'm a "Shimano guy" myself and wanted to initially use a Shimano FD, but with the troubles they gave on the pre-prodution Primes I got the SRAM and couldn't be happier I use a SRAM XO S3 designed for max 39t front ring, using a 24-38 ring combo and it shifts absolutely flawless and crisp on my Prime.

    Quote Originally Posted by NoStyle View Post
    Thank you Keith.
    I am going 2x9 or 2x10 anyway and this will help alot. If you have any info which Shimano-Deraileurs will work properly I would be happy to know.

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    Hi LyNx,

    Keith mentioned a few posts earlier that the Shimano XT Directmount FD works fine, so I go that. If not I will take SRAM, no doubt.

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    Yeah, saw that, just didn't know how easy it was to find and if it was more $$ etc. I held off on purchasing one for a couple months waiting and just stopping to change rings manually or do a toe drop, but once I got the FD I cursed myself for waiting so long, didn't want anyone else to do the same
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    Hi LyNx,

    Keith mentioned a few posts earlier that the Shimano XT Directmount FD works fine, so I go that. If not I will take SRAM, no doubt.
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    Should´t it be 452mm istead of 542mm...
    Yes sorry, you spotted the 'deliberate' mistake :s
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    Hi Keith
    Would be great if you can help me please.
    I have a rampant long size, I use it for All mountain. I have a 130mm fork front and run a 40mm stem. I like the ways it feels but would like to have something with better grip in rocky conditions.
    I'm considering moving to the new Spitfire. I'm 1,75m. The 400mm reach of the rampant if perfect for me and I could easily go with a shorter top tube How does the geo compare between the rampant and the new Spitfire?
    What would be your recommendation? Should I go for a S or a M please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by meekkho View Post
    Hi Keith
    Would be great if you can help me please.
    I have a rampant long size, I use it for All mountain. I have a 130mm fork front and run a 40mm stem. I like the ways it feels but would like to have something with better grip in rocky conditions.
    I'm considering moving to the new Spitfire. I'm 1,75m. The 400mm reach of the rampant if perfect for me and I could easily go with a shorter top tube How does the geo compare between the rampant and the new Spitfire?
    What would be your recommendation? Should I go for a S or a M please?
    I think if you want the bike to feel flickable like your rampant, you would be better off with a small spitfire, as it has similar reach to your rampant. However if you want it for long days in the saddle, then I'd suggets that a medium might be a better fit for you if running the same cockpit. You'll have to choose which will be better for you based on what you want to use it for.
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    Keith,

    I just read about the Banshee Upgrade Program on your blog and I have a few questions.

    Right now i'm quite happy with my Spitfire. After finding out it has a allignment problem in the rear triangle I macgyverd a solution which is looking to solve issues with annodising stripping off the axle('s). I've done a complete strip down this afternoon and there is only 1 minimal spot on the main pivot axle drive side bushing, pretty neat for a 2 year old bike with original bushings and only 1 lube service! This bike does get ridden hard through mud and snow so it's seen some propper abuse i'd say. I've only noticed very small play aswell, it isn't a horror bike like most.

    However I have this great dillema being sizing. I need to run a 400mm seatpost at almost minimal insert to achieve propper saddle height for longer xc ride's which I mainly do. Right now i'm looking to find a 450mm post to be save cause i'm afraid i'll damage the frame sooner or later, allthough I only weigh 80 kilo's rtr max.

    Basicly the new dillema is in the last line of the blog post. I'm LOVING the new Spitfire, it matches every aspect i've talked about in emails months ago. Well expect the ugly mainstream graphics but that can be rubbed off i've heard. Problem being i'm buying a house and can't keep spending huge €€€'s on my bike's anymore ( ) and the fact i'm perfectly happy with my current one I didn't consider switching to the V2 anytime soon.

    What would the xc performance be on the V2? I'm about 1.80 meters tall with medium length inseam. Right now on a medium Spitty with 60 mm stem and (very) high saddle to get the power down. Does the V2 have the same geo as far as the seatpost-heigt goes? Or would it be better? Or would I be better off on a large frame? I still want the awesome flickability and playability this bike has, I won't mind to compromise a tad bit on paddeling performance but not a whole lot. I'm afraid a large frame is a tad too big and spoils the fun so to say.

    Sorry for this long of a story but I hope you can understand my situation. Basicly I don't need to upgrade, but I don't want to miss out on a better bike for lower cost which pedals better. And aesthetically is like my wet dream, allthough you probably didn't need to know this. Cheers!
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    Keith,

    What would the xc performance be on the V2? I'm about 1.80 meters tall with medium length inseam. Right now on a medium Spitty with 60 mm stem and (very) high saddle to get the power down. Does the V2 have the same geo as far as the seatpost-heigt goes? Or would it be better? Or would I be better off on a large frame? I still want the awesome flickability and playability this bike has, I won't mind to compromise a tad bit on paddeling performance but not a whole lot. I'm afraid a large frame is a tad too big and spoils the fun so to say.

    Sorry for this long of a story but I hope you can understand my situation. Basicly I don't need to upgrade, but I don't want to miss out on a better bike for lower cost which pedals better. And aesthetically is like my wet dream, allthough you probably didn't need to know this. Cheers!
    What would the xc performance be on the V2? Pretty similar to V1. The pedaling is a little more neutral, so while antisquat is reduced slightly, I find that it is less tiring over rough terrain, so cancels out to give very similar overall pedaling efficiency.

    Does the V2 have the same geo as far as the seatpost-heigt goes? No, the seat tube lengths are the same.

    Or would I be better off on a large frame? It sounds to me like you are happy with the medium frame geometry, but wuld benefit from a longer seatpost. There is not an issue with running seatpost at minimum insertion for your weight. A lot of the adjustable seatpost options come in long lengths, which might be something to consider.
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    Guyz,
    could anyone post any pics with new spitty color/graphic options?
    had found it for Rune (seems it'll be in blue/black/sliver). does it mean the same for spitfire or not?
    Thanks!

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    There you have it

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    @ baramats: so fast, soo good!

    well, we gonna get the red for spit and yellow for prime...
    would prefer vise versa, but who cares!

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    Has the HT changed at all for the Spitty or is it still 44/49? 44/56 just seems to offer more geo options

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    If you want to run a single front chain ring, what is the smallest size you can run without getting kickback similar to V1 models?

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