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    G-Spot facts and figures

    Hey dudes lets see some information and pictures of thoes elusive G-Spots

    -Build ups
    -weights
    -what you using them for
    -how long have you had one have you had any problems

    thanks lads looking forward to hearing fom you

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    Z1SL. XT / Singletrack wheelset. Easton / thomson / XT build. 34 lbs. Ridden everywhere from urban to 20+ mile xc loops. PM me for more info.
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    here is my 03 g-spot
    05 888
    race face evolve cranks
    truvativ giga pipe bb
    race face diablous bars
    azonic outlaw wheels
    hayes mag hd front brake
    xt 4 pot rear
    kenda nevals front tire now
    syncros bht1 rear tire now

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    Spanking new g-spot

    I done it have a sweet new ride in the garage a stealth looking 19'' matt black g-spot After a few rides am likeing it a lot very stable in the air and at speed, rock solid

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    Quote Originally Posted by mungo
    I done it have a sweet new ride in the garage a stealth looking 19'' matt black g-spot After a few rides am likeing it a lot very stable in the air and at speed, rock solid
    what's your build sheet look like?
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    Build up

    My build up at the moment is as follows
    - Easton ea70 riser and vice stem
    - Chris king headset
    - Marazochi z1 freeride 150mm
    - Fox DHX 5
    - race face evolve cranks
    - Fsa bb
    - Mavic 729 with high rollers super t
    - Hayes el camino discs
    - Wtb seat race face post
    - Shimano xt/lx drivetrain
    - Sram chain

    And that is it.

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    Build up

    My build up at the moment is as follows
    - Easton ea70 riser and vice stem
    - Chris king headset
    - Marazochi z1 freeride 150mm
    - Fox DHX 5
    - race face evolve cranks
    - Fsa bb
    - Mavic 729 with high rollers super t
    - Hayes el camino discs
    - Wtb seat race face post
    - Shimano xt/lx drivetrain
    - Sram chain

    And that is it.

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    Curious about the fork

    Let me know what you think your bike's weight distribution. I've been mulling a 150mm fork, but am curious what it will do for the trail bike feel I've got now (I'd like to keep the ability to ride trails all day - but add some more travel as I bottom out my fork somewhere around 4 feet to flat).
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    ... and if we just ...

    Will do when i get my scales back of my mate reckon its around 35-38lb thoe. I mainly ride single track/trials and light dh stuff day long as well. Biggest drop to a flat so far was around 4-5ft felt good. six and six is a nice combo

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    My 2004 Cove G spot

    Here is my bike, sorry can't get the pic to upload,

    2004 cove g spot w/ fox rear shock (swaped out the 5th element)
    marzocchi junior T fork ( soon to be removed, a lighter singlecrown frok to take its place)
    mavic 321 wheelset, rear hub is a rohloff 14speedhub, front is a seismic hub, maxxis 20 lbs tires, soon to switched over to some conti's

    This bike weighs in at 45lbs,
    fun to ride but also a workout pedalling the beast,
    hopefully, I will get the weight down to 35~38lbs over the summer,
    29er project is first


    VernDogg
    raceface cranks, stem, headset, seatpost and handlebar

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    Mint....just found this thread after alreay putting up one of my own about swapping the forks on my G.


    Heres my current build...weighing in at around 38lb

    Contemplating either 170mm 888s or Boxxers....



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    is that pink one a 15.5 inch mojo?

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    Size of that frame would be interesting for me too... I'm still thinking of getting a smaller one.

    My 19.5" 2004 G-Spot:



    - Fox 36 Van RC2
    - Fox Float RP23 2.25" stroke (pic still shows the DHX 5.0 I had before)
    - Easton MonkeyBar + Thomson X4 stem
    - RaceFace Atlas cranks + NextSL post
    - ChrisKing hubs + headset
    - The Cleg 4-caliper brake with 8" and 7.1" rotors

    weight: 30.4lbs

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    mungo here im running 170mm 66 up front now as I am now doing morte dh and like it a lot also rips up northshore!

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