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    Out for a great late spring ride. I really like this bike. Rock Drop. Sandy Ridge, OR.


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    One question to remind guys

    The 28% sag in the rune... what is exactly in mm???

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdrianoMTB View Post
    One question to remind guys

    The 28% sag in the rune... what is exactly in mm???

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    Born on the Shore - The Banshee Bikes Blog: KS link bike sag charts

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    great info!

    Thanks mate

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    Hi everybody.

    here's my new ride!
    Banshee Rune V2 Build Thread-11578_10151591815201061_1593353114_n.jpg

    ...and I've been testing it in our muddy French Alps
    Banshee Rune V2 Build Thread-58093_10151611231431061_1820629823_n.jpg

    It's just amazing!

    build details:
    Stem : Thompson Elite 4x 50mm
    Grips: OURY lock-on
    Handlebar : 19mm Renthal fatbar (cut to 760mm)
    Rear wheel: Hope Pro 2 EVO + ZTR Flow EX
    Front wheel: Nukeproof generator + Mavic XM819
    Rear tire: Schwalbe Nobby Nic 2,25 trailstar
    Front tire: Maxxis High Roller 2 EXO
    Saddle: Italia SLR Ti
    Fork : Custom Rockshox Lyrik 170mm with CrConception cartridge
    Dropper post: KS Lev 150mm
    Headset : Hope
    XT groupset (2x10)

    Weight 15.150kg
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    Here is my new one Rune V.2 medium, first ride







    Amazing bike! Weight 14.05 kg

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    Hi Keith/builttoride, I have a question for you:

    For the Rune frames with CCDB air shocks order through your distributors (in my case the French one): the air can that is provided is the regular one.

    Cane Creek (and Banshee) are advising that the XV can will work best on this frame. The XV can should be available in a few weeks as per CC information.

    Will Banshee and/or CC provide the XV air can for their customers? Is there anything planned?

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    The difference in performance is very minimal, some customer may slightly prefer the chacarteristics of an XV can with spacer, while some will preffer the more progressive feel of the regular can. Personally I prefer the regular can, but Jon who did testing with CC very slightly prefered the XV can with spacer when he did testing.

    There is no real need to go to the XV unless you are finding the regular can too progressive (not able to use last couple of mm of shock travel on big hits, like flat landings or casing jumps).

    If you decide that you need the XV can, then please contact cane creek directly and explain your situation and they may be willing to help you out when they become avaliable.
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    Thank you for your fast reply.

    As per my last couple of runs: I can't use the last cm of the shock, then I may contact CC to be able to check if the problem is solved with the XV can.

    One last thing: I noticed a little pedal bob using the base setting from Cane Creek. I'm currently riding with CC's base setting (I only added +2 clics in of LSC). I've seen that some other riders on the Spitfire thread are trying to eliminate this pedal bob tweaking the rebound.

    What do you think about that?
    What were/are your settings?

    Thanks in advance

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    Mines pretty much finished now aswell. I am looking for any recommendations on a chainguide to suit the 2x10 (26/39) drive train though.

    Anyone running one that they can recommend? I have been looking at the MRP 2X


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    Taking mine out for its first ride today and i'm racing it tomorrow. Pics will be posted this afternoon when i get out of my cubicle.

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    Sweet ride, but I don't think the Nobby Nics will last long. Been riding them a season and had nothing but trouble - lots of flat tires!
    What is your experience so far?
    I'm riding Flat Alberts on my Rune, both front and rear.

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    These new builds are killing me... I put a deposit on a new frame in March and while my dealer was honest that I probably wouldn't see it until June, it doesn't make me not want my bike NOW, any less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryan_daugherty View Post
    31.375lbs
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    wow wow.. amazing build !

    how tall are you mate?? (in cm please) itīs a Large size isnīt??



    Quote Originally Posted by MindPatterns View Post
    Sweet ride, but I don't think the Nobby Nics will last long. Been riding them a season and had nothing but trouble - lots of flat tires!
    What is your experience so far?
    I'm riding Flat Alberts on my Rune, both front and rear.
    With schwalbe Iīve very clear in my choice

    Hans dampf Super gravity 2.35 pace star in the rear.
    Muddy mary 2,35 sneaksin trailstar in the front

    Nobby nic itīs quite weak for an intended use for the Rune...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdrianoMTB View Post
    wow wow.. amazing build !

    how tall are you mate?? (in cm please) itīs a Large size isnīt?


    With schwalbe Iīve very clear in my choice

    Hans dampf Super gravity 2.35 pace star in the rear.
    Muddy mary 2,35 sneaksin trailstar in the front

    Nobby nic itīs quite weak for an intended use for the Rune...

    Yup its a large, I'm 182.88cm fits amazingly. Had my first ride on it yesterday, which was actually a race run. The bike is quick. Really enjoy riding it. Fork and shock are nearly dialed in. The shock settings banshee/cane creek give for the dbair are pretty good. I like a bit more low speed compression since i have some longer ups but otherwise i kept it at their settings. Didn't use all my travel in the fork or shock so I may pull a bit of air out.
    XX1 is awesome, i heard nothing but tires and hub buzz.

    I live in the PNW so nobby nics are fine, They killed it yesterday. If i was going to ride something rockier than I'd snag some Hans Damfs.

    I'll get some better detailed pics of the bike later just need to clean up the hoses and stuff later. Got its first battle wound though yesterday after hitting my hand on a tree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryan_daugherty View Post
    Yup its a large, I'm 182.88cm fits amazingly. Had my first ride on it yesterday, which was actually a race run. The bike is quick. Really enjoy riding it. Fork and shock are nearly dialed in. The shock settings banshee/cane creek give for the dbair are pretty good. I like a bit more low speed compression since i have some longer ups but otherwise i kept it at their settings. Didn't use all my travel in the fork or shock so I may pull a bit of air out.
    XX1 is awesome, i heard nothing but tires and hub buzz.

    I live in the PNW so nobby nics are fine, They killed it yesterday. If i was going to ride something rockier than I'd snag some Hans Damfs.

    I'll get some better detailed pics of the bike later just need to clean up the hoses and stuff later. Got its first battle wound though yesterday after hitting my hand on a tree.

    Nice! what about the XO trail brakes? Iīve heard lot of good info about it but Iīm hesitating about switch my XT brakes for these ones!

    pd: 1,88cm and 88cm inseam???

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdrianoMTB View Post
    Nice! what about the XO trail brakes? Iīve heard lot of good info about it but Iīm hesitating about switch my XT brakes for these ones!

    pd: 1,88cm and 88cm inseam???
    81.28 inseam. I have a long torso. Factory bleed on XO trail brakes still but the felt awesome. Rebleeding today. I'd say stick with XTs though. Theyre equally rad. I just prefer SRAM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juanbeegas View Post
    These new builds are killing me... I put a deposit on a new frame in March and while my dealer was honest that I probably wouldn't see it until June, it doesn't make me not want my bike NOW, any less.
    Me too. Very nice Build Ryan!
    juanbeegas, what is coming as your next Frame, and why?

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    Banshee Rune V2 Build Thread-photo-3.jpgFor those that are interested my full Rune bike check is here on vital

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoStyle View Post
    juanbeegas, what is coming as your next Frame, and why?
    Got me a medium frame in raw with the DBAir shock. My dealer said something about that being the length it'll take for the factory to run out the next batch of frames, here in SE Asia?

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    Quote Originally Posted by juanbeegas View Post
    Got me a medium frame in raw with the DBAir shock. My dealer said something about that being the length it'll take for the factory to run out the next batch of frames, here in SE Asia?
    Ah ok. Something wrong with your current Frame?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoStyle View Post
    Ah ok. Something wrong with your current Frame?
    Heh... No, nothing wrong at all! With the current update to the frame's geometry, I don't really need my other bikes. I've sold them and replacing them all with the new Rune.

    Maybe a little down the road, I might buy the updated Rampant too. For days at the skatepark.

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    Haha, Iīm a One-Bike-for-All-Guy, too.
    As far as I know the next Batch (expect to arrive in August) are the 2014-Modells. Have you heard of an updated Geometry, for these? Or is it the Fact that the Rune is good enough to handle everything?

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    Nah, I'm talking about the current Rune V2. I'm really light(130lbs), so with the frame in its lowest and slackest setting, the bike is more than enough to handle DH days for me. And with it raised and steepened, it'll be good for the long days in the saddle. I change my cassette, wheelset and chain for the different days.

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    Ah well, i get you!
    Hmm ... have initially planned to go with meaty 26er Wheelset for the DH/Park-Days and lightish 650B Wheelset for the All-Day-Rides. So far I feel so much comfortable on the 650Bs that I donīt change much. Oh, Iīm riding a Spitfire by the way, but can clearly see your Reasons to reduce your Stable of Bikes. The Spitfire offers so much mind-blowing Potential, the Rune must be a blast

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    Thought you guys with the DB Airs might be interested in this The Lounge | Rider Forums | Malcolm Monday

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    no stress man, i waiting from october 2012 and i still don't have date of delivery

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfofan View Post
    no stress man, i waiting from october 2012 and i still don't have date of delivery
    Damn...where did you order from?

    Ordered mine in March, got it a couple weeks ago from rbikes.com -- great service. Even if you're in Europe or points East, I think I'd rather pay the international shipping cost (or use a re-shipper) than wait six-plus months for delivery....

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSimpson7 View Post
    Mines pretty much finished now aswell. I am looking for any recommendations on a chainguide to suit the 2x10 (26/39) drive train though.

    Anyone running one that they can recommend? I have been looking at the MRP 2X

    This is the first Rune I see with 180mm on the front. How does this feel? Are 180mm on the front to much for the Rune? I run the Rune with a 160 mm Van and I like it. I just think about to buy a second fork with 180mm.

    Thanks

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    Hey. I have an MRP G2 on mine and can't get it to rotate far enough counterclockwise to allow the chain to clear the dropped chainstay on this frame. I ended up removing the jockey wheel and running my bionicon guide too. I have heard E13 is a better choice for the V2 as it can rotate further. That's what I'll be getting.

    Quote Originally Posted by PSimpson7 View Post
    Mines pretty much finished now aswell. I am looking for any recommendations on a chainguide to suit the 2x10 (26/39) drive train though.

    Anyone running one that they can recommend? I have been looking at the MRP 2X


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    hey folks,
    here is a nearly final version of my rune v2

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    Parts as followed:

    Frame black anodized Size XL 3153,6
    Banshee Rearend 249,82
    Banshee Steckachse 41,46
    CCDBAir 550,25
    Crossmax HR inkl. 12x142mm Adap. 1011,6
    Crossmax VR 838,99
    Schwalbe Hans Dampf 2,35 TSC 751,27
    Schwalbe NobbyNic 2,25 PSC 602,13
    XTR Race Set 450,93
    Bremsadapter Hope IS-PM 183 41,85
    Bremsadapter Hope PM-PM 203 33,34
    12x Bremsscheibeschraube 25,34
    Hope 203mm 167,94
    Hope 183mm 148,33
    26prerunner Ti 331,12
    CaneCreek Headset High TopCap 95,93
    RS Lyrik RC2DH Air 2139,56
    Carbon Gabelschaft Spacer 15,93
    SRAM PG 1091 238,9
    SRAM XX 11-36 214,61
    Hope 32t 33,9
    Zee SW 11-36 270,19
    XTR Trigger + Schaltzug 123,49
    Syntace Megaforce 2 105,56
    Enve DH Bar 238,1
    ESI Grips 60,79
    KS LEV 150mm 30,9mm 608,5
    Selle Italia SLR XP 180
    Tune Würger 10,37
    MRP 1.X 59,63
    XTR Innenlager 88,67
    XTR Kurbelsatz / Cranks 180mm 565
    Fett, Öl, etc. 100

    Summe: 13547,1g / 29,80lbs

    The scale says 13,61kg / 29,94lbs, even with that i can gladly life

    THX Keith and the Guys @banshee for such a great bike!

    4 days at SanRemo shutteling and Enduro ridin - best fun ever!
    2 days with the 12x150mm rear End DH, 2 days with the 12x142mm rear end
    I am wondering if i need my DH anymore , ok for the really hard stuff, i have been thrilled really well, but ok.
    The Rest of the time, just F****** awesome, jumping - playing around all the time. Lift of, at every little lip, root or stone i found.
    The Suspension worked flawless, the CCDBAir is perfekt for aggressive ridin in the big mountains!
    The slackest setting + 170mm fork pretty perfect for DH Ridin
    After this pretty hard 4 days, no screws or bolts got loose.

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    Looks great Jan and the build/weight is sensational.

    Three quick questions, how tall are you (lots of pole showing)? did you try a L before buying an XL and body weight/pressure in the CCDBA?

    thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JansonJanson View Post
    The scale says 13,61kg / 29,94lbs, even with that i can gladly life

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    Wow... That weight's not too bad. My projected build's almost 15kg, but I may be off with my weights.

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    Met ryan_daugherty and stunzeed on Saturday out at Sandy Ridge. Had to get a group shot. 3 V2's and a V1.


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    Super rad meeting you. We'll have to go ride sometime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryan_daugherty View Post
    Super rad meeting you. We'll have to go ride sometime.
    Ill be out there next saturday.

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    Cool - I"ll see if i can make it. I might have to work sat morn or evening.

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    Damn, I think I spent a whole day in the bikepark with a lose headset. Anything I should inspect very closely? Headtube, steerer tube? What would be a good indicator that the steerer tube (fork steerer) was stressed too much?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruckse View Post
    This is the first Rune I see with 180mm on the front. How does this feel? Are 180mm on the front to much for the Rune? I run the Rune with a 160 mm Van and I like it. I just think about to buy a second fork with 180mm.

    Thanks
    Sorry for the delay in replying.

    To be totally honest thanks to work, I have only managed to ride 20km on it in the last 2 weeks and all of them have been on the road pretty much.

    When I get a bit more time on it (hopefully will take it out tomorrow afternoon for the first go offroad, which has a ***** of a climb) I will post up a bit more about how it feels.

    It is a lot lot slacker than my last Full Sus bike so it feels very different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by murrayf View Post
    Hey. I have an MRP G2 on mine and can't get it to rotate far enough counterclockwise to allow the chain to clear the dropped chainstay on this frame. I ended up removing the jockey wheel and running my bionicon guide too. I have heard E13 is a better choice for the V2 as it can rotate further. That's what I'll be getting.
    Cheers. appreciate the feedback. I may just go for the Bionicon v.02 guide and cable tie it to the chain stay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MindPatterns View Post
    Damn, I think I spent a whole day in the bikepark with a lose headset. Anything I should inspect very closely? Headtube, steerer tube? What would be a good indicator that the steerer tube (fork steerer) was stressed too much?
    See if the star nut is giving up.

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    Na, that's all fine. Simply worried that I stressed the steerer tube too much and my lyrik says good bye on one of those days...

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    In my experience, forks nearly always creak before they give up. (this from having snapped 5 pairs of forks)

    If headset was loose, the most likely things to happen on damage front are ovalised head tube (would be apparent once headset has been tightened by allowing moevment forwards and backwards), and steerer/crown interface.
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    Well... already checked the head tube, and I hope one day of park riding with a loose headset is not enough to ovalize it. I was just not aware of it as I thought the Lyrik developed some play. General advice? Replace fork?

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    The Question is: What could be damaged first with a loosen Headset? Was it only slightly loosen? Iīm not sure if something happened to a Steerer or the Headtube getting much ovalized when the Cups are still in there. I could imagine that the Bearings and the Konus-Rings get the very first Damage ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uphill=sad View Post
    Looks great Jan and the build/weight is sensational.

    Three quick questions, how tall are you (lots of pole showing)? did you try a L before buying an XL and body weight/pressure in the CCDBA?

    thank you.
    Hei there,
    i went directly for the XL Frame, i compared the measures to my old Large Spicy and after that, the decission was made.
    i am 1.88m tall, but got an inseam nearly 95cm. really long legs, shot upper body, und long arms
    i will have a look at the pressure - next time
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    Quote Originally Posted by builttoride View Post
    (this from having snapped 5 pairs of forks)


    Oh wow. Anyway, I rallied my rune/float 36 a couple weekends ago with the headset a little loose and after getting it tightened up it seems no worse for the wear... I hope. I was a noob and built it with like 1mm less spacer than I needed once everything settled in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by builttoride View Post
    (this from having snapped 5 pairs of forks)
    Good Guy Keith.

    Doing the testing himself instead of letting the user suffer

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    Quote Originally Posted by ironxcross View Post


    Oh wow. Anyway, I rallied my rune/float 36 a couple weekends ago with the headset a little loose and after getting it tightened up it seems no worse for the wear... I hope. I was a noob and built it with like 1mm less spacer than I needed once everything settled in.

    I have to admit that the headset is the one part at the bike which always seems like kind of an end boss for me. I find myself constantly checking it to make sure it's not to loose. When I'm sure it's not too loose I'm worried it's too tight and that the bearings are wearing down too fast... oh well...

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