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    Quote Originally Posted by stepneo View Post
    do you guys happen to know the diameter of the ti springs you have on your marz & also the manitou? Typically 36.5mm or 38mm.

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    1.43"id or 36.5mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by stepneo View Post
    Do you guys happen to know the diameter of the Ti Springs you have on your Marz & also the Manitou? Typically 36.5mm or 38mm.

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    Manitou, CCDB, and a few others share the 1.45" or 36.5mm. Marz and Fox use a 1.36" ID. Rock shox and the Ava woodie use a 1.5".

    My Ti spring is the 1.43" so I have some spacers I put on to stop any moving around the spring may want to do.

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    Cool. Thanks for the info. Avy Woodie is on its way. Hope to have the build complete by the end of the week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stepneo View Post
    Cool. Thanks for the info. Avy Woodie is on its way. Hope to have the build complete by the end of the week.
    Is it new or used/resized? If used/resized, how long did you have to wait?
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    I went with a new Woodie for the Jedi as opposed to getting the DHS rebuilt. Ordered the Woodie May 9th. It's due to arrive today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stepneo View Post
    I went with a new Woodie for the Jedi as opposed to getting the DHS rebuilt. Ordered the Woodie May 9th. It's due to arrive today.
    My resize and retune of a Woodie is still about a month out. I'd be curious of your impression on the tune. Do you know if he did anything special? BTW, what's your rider weight and what spring weight did Craig suggest you use?
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    I'm ~195 lbs. (~205+ with gear). The Avy DHS i had was tuned for the R9 with a 500 lbs spring. I had been running that DHS for years. The new Woodie is tuned specifically for the 2014 Jedi with a 450 lbs spring. (450 lbs was what Craig recommended). I've been running a Woodie w/Ti Spring & Fox 36 Avy Cartridge on my Knolly Chilcotin trail bike, and have been very happy.

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    Size Large
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    Ready to shready!!

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    Murdered out enough...

    ...and traces of red

    39 lbs as it sits.
    14 1/8" BB height
    ~61.5* HTA
    9spd, limited to 8 using X0 shiftie to Zee rear mech, Dura Ace 11-27 cluster, and 36T ring.
    Found some XTR Trail lever/MC for a deal and made a set of XTR/Saint brakes w/ Goodridge hoses.
    400lbs Ti sprg and 70psi on the Emerald.
    The Havoc 35 stuff look quite proportional w/ that fork, no?
    Had some decals/stickers left over from the '13 Jedi, and decided to redo the Emerald's CTA badging...

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    Upgrades left would be a Saint rear mech and maybe a pair of black Crampon Ultimates...later...but good enough to hit Trestle next wknd as it sits
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    I am looking for used downhill bike and am wondering about sizing. I am just over 5'11". I found a medium 2013 Jedi that I am going to take a look at but, after reading some posts here, sounds like it might be a bit small for me. Any thoughts?

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    I'm 5'9" and a large fits me perfectly

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    hey guys,

    any way to get design overlays for sizing between the 12\13 jedi and the 14?
    could help making size choices easier i think
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    Quote Originally Posted by katsooba View Post
    hey guys,

    any way to get design overlays for sizing between the 12\13 jedi and the 14?
    could help making size choices easier i think
    Would this help?

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    Ready to shred.
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    2014 Jedi Black/Black Large
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fullcoilmojo View Post
    I'm 5'9" and a large fits me perfectly
    So, am I nuts for liking the way the medium felt being 5 '11"? No way would I want a bike this size for all mountain riding but dh, it might be ok.

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    I say if it feels right, it is right 😁

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    I am just under 6' and 31" inseam and was told I was on the cusp of the L and M. So with my '12 Jedi I went with a L and never even thought about it. I would rather err on the larger side as I like to plow more than I like the air. Granted I have never had an issue with jumping so I think the L was a perfect fit for me. I stuck with a L for the '14 Jedi for the same reasons.

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    2014 Canfield Jedi- Post your pictures and build list:

    I am 6'1", 32" Inseam and ride a large 14 Jedi. Spot on for me. That said I have seen guys taller than me on other brands in a medium. Before I got the 14 Jedi I demoed a fury and a trek in mediums and it felt way to tight in the cockpit.

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    Thanks for the sizing responses. Just realized I took this thread a little OT. Have a good weekend everyone.

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    Lance, I don't know what you did to tweak the old design to arrive at the '14, but that voodoo is pretty impressive! 4 runs down Trestle and the speed just kept getting faster and faster and the bike just performed better and better w/ each increment of speed!

    Base tune is pretty spot-on on the CCDB. I'm 197 kitted up and on a 400lbs Ti spring, 4.5 turns of preload w/ RWC needle bearing hardware and Ti-Springs.com linear thrust bearing on the spring seat. Sag is at 7/8", or ~29%. Paired w/ an Emerald at ~23% sag, the bike is pretty damn neutral coming off of even really lippy kickers! 800mm bar pulls me over the front end and even w/ tires at 40psi, traction was pretty unreal w/ the der Kaisers!

    And no, the DVO is NOT a noodle. Base tune for the Emerald is completely open, and it was still amazing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pau11y View Post
    Lance, I don't know what you did to tweak the old design to arrive at the '14, but that voodoo is pretty impressive! 4 runs down Trestle and the speed just kept getting faster and faster and the bike just performed better and better w/ each increment of speed!

    Base tune is pretty spot-on on the CCDB. I'm 197 kitted up and on a 400lbs Ti spring, 4.5 turns of preload w/ RWC needle bearing hardware and Ti-Springs.com linear thrust bearing on the spring seat. Sag is at 7/8", or ~29%. Paired w/ an Emerald at ~23% sag, the bike is pretty damn neutral coming off of even really lippy kickers! 800mm bar pulls me over the front end and even w/ tires at 40psi, traction was pretty unreal w/ the der Kaisers!

    And no, the DVO is NOT a noodle. Base tune for the Emerald is completely open, and it was still amazing!
    Yeah Paul... Glad you are stoked!!!

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    I am looking to improve my FOX 40 settings. I got a descent set yet but feels i should ask around to see what people are running.

    So fox 40 owners wanna share their tune please ?

    Thanks

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    hey guys,
    i see everyone here getting a large 2014 Jedi,
    comming from a 2013 Large Jedi it always seemed too long for me, and fixed that with a 35 or 40 mm intergrated stems,
    i am 6' and 178 lbs, am i crazy to think the Med 2014 is my fit?
    still didnt wrap my head around the sizing, but the large 2014 just looks loooong
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    The sizing went 1/2 size larger this year. I'm 6' and I'm on a medium but I love the jumps and like to keep the bike a little smaller for the playfulness. Chris is also 6' and he's on a large. Better stability at speed for racer types.
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    2014 Jedi Medium
    I'm 5'11'' and it fits me perfect

    Medium frame
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    XT Shifter
    Canfield 160 mm cranks w/34t bling ring & MRP Bash/Guide
    Canfield Magnesium Pedals
    SRAM Chain PC991
    Zee rear derailleur FR one
    Shimano 11-36 Cassette (have some uphill pedaling here and there)
    Canfield DH wheelset
    Hope V4 brakes 203mm rotors
    Chromag seat
    Race face seat post
    Schwalbe Big Betty 2.4 tires FR casing

    39 Pounds

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