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    Banshee Rune V2 Build Thread

    Hi everyone!

    I think Iīm the first to have the official and final Banshee Rune v2. Nothing but to say that this is the really first bike I see itīs almost perfect!!! Since the geometries (absolutely awesome) until the suspension system... probably the best Iīve ever try in my life ( my last bike was a Ibis mojo hd and it was a good bike too but... this Rune is outstanding)

    Well.. before the photo session itīs important to point out some data to get a better idea about this kind of bike...

    Frame weight --> Size L ( 3.6 kilos With shock) ( 7.9 lbs)

    The main points of this bike are

    Head Angle (With lyrik 170mm rc2 dh coil) --> 65š
    Seat Angle --> 73,5š
    Bottom Bracket Heigh --> 345mm ( So less than the geo chart even with the lyrik)
    Wheelbase --> 1185mm

    Bike Check (see image)

    Banshee Rune V2 Build Thread-imagen1.jpg

    And the images.. ENJOY THE VIEW GUYS!!

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    That bike looks fast just sitting there!

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    niiiiice...
    pretty similar build to what mine will look like... only some of my parts are a little cheaper mine will also be raw, large, fox CTD, Flow wheels, Shimano brakes, lyrik coil fork, LG1 single ring,

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    Oh yeah!!

    My first guess for the weight of the frame (L, blue. CTD) was 3,8kg. If yours is 3,6kg, the blue one should be around 3,7. That's good.

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    der klarlack wird jetzt auch nicht soviel weniger wiegen als der farbige lack... man darf gespannt sein

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    Whats the exact name of the chris king headset?!

    want to see more runeīs
    freedom is the ability to go where you want, when u want

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigcrs View Post
    That bike looks fast just sitting there!
    Thatīs true... this is a massive enduro.... another level respect to the others enduro... Right now I understand Keith words... " These bikes are designed to be ridden, and ridden hard. "

    He was right....

    Quote Originally Posted by grazertourer View Post
    Oh yeah!!

    My first guess for the weight of the frame (L, blue. CTD) was 3,8kg. If yours is 3,6kg, the blue one should be around 3,7. That's good.
    I think itīs not a weight weenie but itīs acceptable... did you see the bike?? Itīs simply a rock!!

    Quote Originally Posted by JansonJanson View Post
    Whats the exact name of the chris king headset?!

    want to see more runeīs
    The Chris king model you should choose to build on this bike is CHRIS KING INSET-2

    thatīs perfect!

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    Received mine on Monday and it should be finished on Saturday.

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    3,6kg with FLOAT CTD?........ That would mean 3,4 kg only for the frame. This is far more massive than I expected. My Wildcard L-frame is around 3,7kg without shock, so thatīs pretty close for an AM-frame to a freeride frame....seem to be the replacement for the Wildcard in some way....This bike should handle it ALL....

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalkhoffpink View Post
    3,6kg with FLOAT CTD?........ That would mean 3,4 kg only for the frame. This is far more massive than I expected. My Wildcard L-frame is around 3,7kg without shock, so thatīs pretty close for an AM-frame to a freeride frame....seem to be the replacement for the Wildcard in some way....This bike should handle it ALL....
    The shock it's probably around 300g. 200g is the weight of a very small Fox, 6.5''x1.5'' or something like that and this one is much bigger.

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    One more pic wich I specially Like....
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    Adri....very nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vrock View Post
    The shock it's probably around 300g. 200g is the weight of a very small Fox, 6.5''x1.5'' or something like that and this one is much bigger.
    Ok, 3.3kg sounds much better...

    It is the same league as an Helius AM oder an Cheetah Mountain Spirit Enduro for example. But it also is 300g more than a Specialized Enduro. This one indeed is a tank...

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    Amazing, boy! A real enduro races winner! Congratulations!

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    Awesome bike!

    It looks so powerful and fast
    And the red grips are cool, don't bother changing them

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    Very nice Adriano! You running a 35mm stem on that and how tall are you?

    Thanks.
    Ride On!

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    we want pictures on the mountain!!

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    Impressive! looks really good! It's too much bike for me, but I always like to see this kind of bike! Congratulations, enjoy it!!

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    Can anyone else not see the pictures??

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    Super D's great set up.
    As I've told you, very impressive bike.

    Congrats man, and enjoy it!
    Licensed to confuse...

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    Beatiful! Do you have a pic of the frame weight?

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    Bike looks amazing!!

    Question, your running a 35mm stem, how tall are you? How does the size feel?

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    Hi guys!!

    Iīm running a 40mm stem right now and Iīm 6,0

    I feel the bike very helpfull at geometries level, and the bike itīs a really LARGE in fact, running a 40mm stem regarding my heigh probable gives you a minimum idea about the size.. itīs perfect.

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    Hi Adi.. very nice bike !

    Can you tell me the length of your Reverb seat post please ?

    Thanks

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