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    and in two weeks a 29er....

    If I was married I would be dead, lol.

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    All very sweet lookin bikes!

    All I have so far is a 2010 frame but someday i'll be able to post a pic of a complete bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by asparks65 View Post
    [IM]http://i249.photobucket.com/albums/gg201/pedal955/1-1.jpg[/IMG]
    [IG]http://i249.photobucket.com/albums/gg201/pedal955/photo.jpg[/IMG]
    [MG]http://i249.photobucket.com/albums/gg201/pedal955/KGrHqFiME1N2w1YEBNdLpuQ_12.jpg[/IMG]
    IMG]http://i249.photobucket.com/albums/gg201/pedal955/BMC4.jpg[/IMG]
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    and in two weeks a 29er....
    [IM]http://i249.photobucket.com/albums/gg201/pedal955/263325_2130190853077_1195155480_32177900_6707815_n .jpg[/IMG]
    If I was married I would be dead, lol.
    All yours?

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    2011 te01

    It's been a while since I posted my TE05- in that time I've upgraded

    Frame: MY2011 BMC TE01
    Fork: RockShox SID Race 2010
    Headset: Cane Creek Integrated (OEM BMC item)
    Stem: 3T ARX Team 120mm
    Bars: 3T Xida Team
    BB: TruVativ GXP Team
    Cranks:Sram GXP I
    Post: Ritchey Comp V2 (De-labeled)
    Saddle: BMC Scor
    Cassette: SRAM PG-1070 11-32
    FD: Sram X-0
    RD: SRAM X-9
    Brakes: Sram/Avid X-0
    Rotor F: Shimano XTR 160mm Ice-Tec
    Rotor R: Shimano XTR 160mm
    Shifters: SRAM X-7
    Grips: ESI Chunky Black
    Rims: NoTubes ZTR Olympic
    Spokes and Nips: DT Comps 2/1.8/2 and DT Red Alloy Pro Lock Nipples
    Tires Front: Maxxis Crossmark LUST 2.25
    Tires Rear: Maxxis Crossmark LUST 2.1
    Tubes: Stan's Kit (Yellow tape and 6g valve stems)
    Cables: SRAM Cables
    Bottle Cage: Zipp Speed Cage- White

    Frame weight including all hardware (hanger, cable guide, cable holdersx3, seat camp) 1215g, as apposed to 2035g for my TE05.

    Hoping to get a final weight tomorrow if my brother can flog the scales form his work. Fingers crossed for mid 10's!

    First ride tomorrow morning so I'll check back with initial impressions.

    Jamo
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    BMC TE01 2011- RS SID Race, ZTR Olympics, X.7/X.9/X.0, 3T

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    BMC Trailfox 02 2009 120mm
    Reba SL 2007 120mm
    Rock Shox MC 3.3
    Accent Airplane
    Amoeba Borla
    Amoeba Vitra 620mm
    XT 9s.
    Avid Juicy 5, with Alligator 203mm
    Avid Juicy 5, with juicy 180mm
    front./ XT
    rear t./ XT
    / XT
    chain/ XT
    XT 11-34
    front SunRims MTX 29, Dartmoor Vee Two,
    rear/ SunRims MTX 29, Dartmoor Vee One
    tire/ Nobby Nic 2,25 Schwalbe
    SPD M520
    BBB with Selle Italia C2

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    Nice rides everyone! I love BMC bikes : D

    Today I threw on a pair of Minion tires and decided to take some pics as well






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    2008 XL Suppertrail ;> XL with 55 TST2 ETA.
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    TE02 2009
    SHIMANO XTR GROUP
    FULCRUM RED METAL ZERO

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    Love that colour!

    I saw a few of those frames on ebay, luckily I was strong enough to keep my savings for my 01

    Do you have a weight for that one? Gotta be in the 9's with that build.
    BMC TE01 2011- RS SID Race, ZTR Olympics, X.7/X.9/X.0, 3T

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    Hi jimmy,its under 22 pounds,I'm using 10 speed rear, its xs size im 165cm rider in HONG KONG , i do some local race in my country, this is great frame/wheels

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    Who can tell me which size of damper is proper to get 120mm travel on my trailfox 02 2009
    200x50 or 200x57
    ?

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    200x57

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    for trailfox 02 2010 is 200x57 and trailfox 01 2009, but i'm not sure about 02 2009
    http://www.media.bmc-racing.com/webn...Trailfox02.pdf
    can you send manual like that from link above?
    i've got 200x50 so that's why i'm asking.
    Is it a got idea to change for 200x57?
    Which one low volume, high volume tuned A,B,...or?
    For example Rock Shox - Damper Monarch 4.2 is in got price or something else
    i don't know what to do

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    You may be able to change, but you have to make certain that the frame has enough clearance for the extra travel, otherwise you will damage your frame.. with your current 200x50 take off all air, and push down on your seat until the chock is completely compressed, notice how much clearance is left, and judge wether or not the frame may accommodate the extra travel
    For more precision, take off the current shock and simulate the movement of the longer travel shock, see if it will work.

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    Yes, there is some free space for extra travel especially my shock is 200x50 and there are informations about 200x57 in this frame as stock shock. I'm trying to find it out.

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    not happy with current shock

    If you are considering going for a longer stroke shock, you obviously are trying to increase your rear wheel travel, looking for an improvement in the overall feel of your bike's suspension.
    The small increment in the "calculated" travel increase will not translate into the better suspension you are looking for. I would suggest sending your current shock to a shock rebuilder/tuner and explain to them the improvements you would like to "feel". They can custom tune your shock to provide a closer feel of your ideal suspension. Another option to consider is to try a coil shock. Even at the same 200 x 50 size, a coil will feel much different.

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    Bmc roadracer
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pedro View Post
    If you are considering going for a longer stroke shock, you obviously are trying to increase your rear wheel travel, looking for an improvement in the overall feel of your bike's suspension.
    The small increment in the "calculated" travel increase will not translate into the better suspension you are looking for. I would suggest sending your current shock to a shock rebuilder/tuner and explain to them the improvements you would like to "feel". They can custom tune your shock to provide a closer feel of your ideal suspension. Another option to consider is to try a coil shock. Even at the same 200 x 50 size, a coil will feel much different.
    I`m not trying to increase rear travel-main goal is to reach that 120mm as producer designed. Thats why i asked about shock dimension200x50, or 200x57
    I wrote to bmc, but they didn`t respond me yet.
    The way that rc mc 3.3 200x57 works is different thing and if producer assumed 200x57 tham maybe is worth to change it.
    If bmc did mot semd me replay which tune is recommended, amd high, or low volume?

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    depends

    Quote Originally Posted by 5iatka View Post
    I`m not trying to increase rear travel-main goal is to reach that 120mm as producer designed. Thats why i asked about shock dimension200x50, or 200x57
    I wrote to bmc, but they didn`t respond me yet.
    The way that rc mc 3.3 200x57 works is different thing and if producer assumed 200x57 tham maybe is worth to change it.
    If bmc did mot semd me replay which tune is recommended, amd high, or low volume?
    By amd high or low volume, you mean air chamber volume?
    If so, if your objective is to squeeze more travel out of your shock, then the high volume air chamber is what you need. High volume is ok if you don't do jumps or excesively rough downhill type rides. A low volume air chamber is better for preventing bottom outs, and reducing pedal induced movement.
    But as I said in my previous post, if you have access to a good shock tuner, get in touch with them and make sure they understand what you are looking for, so they can modify your shocks internals accordingly

    There are some expensive shocks in the market, which allow you to tune them at home to your exact liking. However, these are very expensive and sensitive to the settings, which may be a pain to dial in correctly.

    A simpler shock, custom tuned for your own particular needs, may be less expensive and simpler to use.

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    Le nouveau : un petit suisse!


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    new upgrades...


































    thanks for browsing
    ~kasho BMC elite team02~

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    Quote Originally Posted by yoyoz View Post
    Le nouveau : un petit suisse!

    what year's trailfox is that?
    I can't recall ever seeing that color combo.

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    2012!

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    oh, they have 2 version for TF01. grey for X0 and white-grey for XTR.
    I see.
    quite a sleeper u got there

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