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    2014 Canfield Jedi- Post your pictures and build list:

    Now that the 2014 Jedi's have been released. It is time to start showing them off. Got mine today and built it up but since it is dark will wait until tomorrow to post a pic. If you have yours done and ready start posting them up!!!!

    Fresh Pic!!!!


    Build list:
    Frame- Canfield Jedi- Size Large
    Rear Shock- CCDB Coil (550lb) will change to Ti later
    Chain Guide- MRP G3
    Fork- Marzocchi 888 RC3 EVO V.2 - extra stiff spring, Custom Gloss Black
    Wheels- Easton Havoc DH ( for now until I rebuild my Canfield hubs into carbon rims)
    Front Tire-Maxxis HR2 -26x2.4
    Rear Tire-Maxxis Ardent EXO 26x2.4
    Cassette- Sram 1070 12-28
    Seat- Prologo
    Seatpost- Carbon Easton Haven
    Chain- Ultegra 10spd
    Rear Derailluer- Zee
    Shifter- Zee 10spd
    Cranks- Canfield 165mm
    Pedals- Canfield Ultimates
    Headset- Cane Creek Zero Stack -1-1/8
    Bars- RaceFace Altlas 15mm rise
    Stem- RaceFace Direct mount
    Brakes- Hayes Prime Expert
    Rotors- Alligator-203mm F/R
    Grips-LizardSkin Lockon
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    I was gonna hold off on the build till I can get a hold of Craig and get a quote on some updates to my v1 888 cartridge (I want to get knobs on it), but decided to do some small stuff, like install some needle bearings in the CCDB's eyelet.

    Just a heads up about the CCDB...seems the eyelet dia isn't like the standard eyelet diameter to use the 1/2" x 1/2" DU bushing. The RWC needle bearing got stuck, along w/ the tool used to install it. I had to Dremel the tool in half to get it out so I can punch out the needle bearing (destroyed in the process...sacrificed to save the shock). This didn't make sense so I tried to put in a standard Fox DU bushing. It too got stuck, and I used the original CCDB DU to get the Fox one out...which I ruined in the process. Once everything was out, I mic'd the eyelet and got 0.58" diameter. Then, I mic'd a RS Monarch Plus damper body I recently replaced which had that now destroyed needle bearing installed in at one point, and got a 0.593" dia. And lastly, I mic'd a X-Fusion Vector HLR coil, the latest shock that same needle bearing was installed in and it had a 0.595".

    I've got a msg into CC asking what's up. Will update when I get info. Until then, don't try to put needle bearings into the CCDB eyelet.

    Edit: Chris from RWC...BEST help ever! Apparently CC has 3 eyelet sizes, 14.7mm (0.58"), 15mm (0.59"), and 16mm (0.63")...WHAT IN THE HOLY LIVING HELL!?
    Fox's spec is 15.02mm (0.591"). Both of my eyelets are 14.7mm (0.58"). So, off to RWC to get it reamed out, $20/end, and CC is okay w/ it and won't void their warranty. Doing both ends so I can use needle bearing standard DUs later.
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    2014 Canfield Jedi-  Post your pictures and build list:-p4pb10685951.jpg

    I will update more pics once it's done

    Here is my list:

    Frame Canfield Brothers 2014 Jedi large
    Rear Shock Marzocchi Moto C2R
    Fork Marzocchi 380 C2R2 6.5nm Ti spring
    Headset Cane Creek 110 Series red
    Handlebar Easton Havoc 35 Carbon 780 wide
    Stem Easton Havoc 35 DM
    Grips ODI Rouge
    Brakes Formula T1s
    Shifters Shimano Saint M820
    Rear Derailleur Shimano Saint M820 10spd
    Chainguide MRP G3
    Cranks Canfield Bros 160mm
    Chainrings MRP Bling Ring 36t
    Bottom Bracket Canfield Bros
    Chain KMC X10SL DLC black / red
    Cassette Shimano Ultegra 11-28
    Pedals Canfield Brothers Crampon Ultimate red
    Front Rim ENVE DH
    Rear Rim ENVE DH
    Hubs E-13 LG1+
    Spokes DT Swiss Bladed
    Front Tire Schwalbe Hans Dampf 2.35 SG
    Rear Tire Schwalbe Hans Dampf 2.35 SG
    Saddle Kore T-Rail Torsion
    Seatpost Kore T-Rail Torsion Carbon
    Seatpost Clamp Canfield Bros red

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsullivan View Post
    Frame- Canfield Jedi- Size Large
    Rear Shock- CCDB Coil (550lb) will change to Ti later

    How much do you weight with gear ? How much sag with 550 on the 2014 ?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by xetal View Post
    How much do you weight with gear ? How much sag with 550 on the 2014 ?

    Thanks
    I weigh about 220 geared up. Sean Gollub suggested the 550 spring. I have only set up up on the base tune for now. Will start playing with the settings when I can. Just climbing on the bike and feeling it sag it feels like this spring with 4 turns of preload will be fine

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    Oh and the fork I replaced the spring to a extra firm to keep it higher in the travel

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsullivan View Post
    I weigh about 220 geared up. Sean Gollub suggested the 550 spring. I have only set up up on the base tune for now. Will start playing with the settings when I can. Just climbing on the bike and feeling it sag it feels like this spring with 4 turns of preload will be fine
    Awesome thank you for the reply.

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    Mine

    Went the DVO treatment. Build is nearly complete, waiting on front rubber and a new front rotor

    Large with CCDB
    Canfield wheels
    Canfield cranks in 165
    Avid XO/Code hybrid brakes
    Renthal bar
    Gravity stem
    X0 rear mech
    990 cassette
    Maxxis HR2 front and rear when done
    Odi Rogue grips

    weighs just shy of 40 as it sits so should be right on 40 when done. Very pumped to get her out.
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    Sweet... love the green.... looks like a bunch of builds coming with the Bros cranks on them.... was really impressed how they looked and feel. .. great job guys

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    Pretty stoked to wake up and see this thread going with build pics today! Scrolling through, not only seeing our new Jedi, but so many sets of our AM/DH Cranks as well is quite rewarding. Thank you all for the support! You guys are the heart of our customer base and we couldn't do it without you guys!

    Can't wait to hear ride reports! Everyone that has had the opportunity to hop on mine has been blown away.

    Speaking of which:
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    Cody - Stoked to see the first pics of a DVO kit! Sadly, we never had the chance to see one at the office as forks were sent out before the Jedi's landed.

    Ryan - Yeah bro! Loving the custom paint on the 888 Evo! (Not sure why that fork isn't offered in Black)

    Brian - Your build is going to be one of the most blinged out Jedi's this year! Just a note that Brian's baller 380 is the fork we used for our press release photos. Pinkbike and Vital approved!

    Paul - Can't wait to see your new beast!

    Vincent - Welcome to the club!

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    Hey Vin..... With pleasure we support the best rider owned company in the business!!!! And as always your Jedi looks killer but......where is Seans????

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsullivan View Post
    Hey Vin..... With pleasure we support the best rider owned company in the business!!!! And as always your Jedi looks killer but......where is Seans????
    Sean's is currently in a box on it's way to Bootleg for the race next weekend. We did something special with Seaner's Jedi for all of his kick a$$ work! I'm sure he'll post pics after the race.

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    Cool... can't wait to see it.... pass on to Sean to kill it at Bootleg

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    My Jedi made it to Canada. Just have to wait for it to travel all the way to me on the east coast. Once up ill also put pics.

    This thread keep me alive waiting thanks to all of you teasing my eyes.

    My bench is all cleaned up with all my parts lined up. i NEVER was so ready!

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    Alright... Got out to Lake Michigan for a couple of shots... Still a little cold on the Shore...lol







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    xetal, was there duty applied coming across the border? How much? I guess you won't know until it arrives at your door, but can you post up when you find out?

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squidley Diddley View Post
    xetal, was there duty applied coming across the border? How much? I guess you won't know until it arrives at your door, but can you post up when you find out?

    Thanks.
    Will do. The bike passed the border in Vancouver. I have no idea if i will get taxed for BC or QC, the province i live in. If i get BC taxes only, you can split the bill in half.

    If your concern about them you can ask Sean to get the bike shipped to the closest UPS store across the border and manage your way back.

    I will let you know what taxes i get charged. What province do you live in ?

    Vincent

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    Question here for previous owners. Is it any good to protect the frame finish with 3M tape or heli tape ?

    I had one bike in the past that was anodized and forgot how tough the finish was.

    I already have the tape but dont know if it's worth putting it on.

    Thank you

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    DT guard

    Spent a couple of hours modifying Cytoe's DT guard w/ a heat gun an da Dremel tool...prettied it up and made it much more form-fitting. Looking at 3M Dual Lock to hold it on the frame...

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    Looking good there...Pau11y

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    I had some 3m carbon fiber tape on the underside of my Jedi for a season. Looks cool too.

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    I'm interested in a jedi and it seems like everyone is going for larges. I'm 5'9" would the large fit me or stick with a medium?

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    If I was your height I would definitely ride a Medium.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsullivan View Post
    Looking good there...Pau11y
    1/8" thick cutting board stuff...HDPE I believe.

    Wait till you see the tape job I'm putting on it tonight...2 layers of hilo tape on the rest of the DT, and then the stays w/ 3M 2155 rubber tape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meSSican View Post
    If I was your height I would definitely ride a Medium.....
    That's what I thought. There's a perfectly specd Jedi for sale in my area but it's a large

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    Spam Alert:
    I have a '13 Large Jedi frame and shock for sale, which is basically this years' medium. I'm 5'10" and it fits me perfect, was a bit cramped on the '11-'12 medium, hence the bump to large on the '13. Pm if interested.

    Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by Fullcoilmojo View Post
    That's what I thought. There's a perfectly specd Jedi for sale in my area but it's a large
    .Hoog just texted me and said it's "Surface area to G2 tangential force vector ratio optimization. "

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    What about the 2013 and earlier models? Would a large fit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fullcoilmojo View Post
    What about the 2013 and earlier models? Would a large fit?
    Yes, the '13 large will fit you perfect. The '13 large is the '14 medium due to the frame refinements.
    Like I mentioned my '13 frame is for sale with shock, it's the raw frame with black links. Pm if you have any further questions.
    .Hoog just texted me and said it's "Surface area to G2 tangential force vector ratio optimization. "

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    Quote Originally Posted by doodooboi View Post
    Yes, the '13 large will fit you perfect. The '13 large is the '14 medium due to the frame refinements.
    Like I mentioned my '13 frame is for sale with shock, it's the raw frame with black links. Pm if you have any further questions.
    The 2014 sizes are are half way between the gen 2's as we lengthened the TT's by 12.5mm's.

    At 5'9" we would recommend a medium for sure on the new bike.

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    As Vin said on the '14 you'd want to be on a medium. On the previous ('11, '12, and '13) you could do either. A large would work for anyone 5'8"-6'2" so you'd be right on the cusp. Shorten your handlebars and a large could work for you.

    I also can spam this up as I have a large '13 full build for sale as well. PM for details.

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    Hi Vincent, I live in BC. Using the Canada Border Services website duty and taxes estimator, Duty and Taxes Estimator, it looks like there is 13% duty tacked on after taxes. I am not sure if the CSBA website is up to date, because for BC it applies provincial sales tax as well, but there is no PST on bikes in BC. For a frame+fork package, if the CSBA percentages are right, then there would be about $900 added for me in BC, and $1400 for you in QC. Yikes!

    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squidley Diddley View Post
    Hi Vincent, I live in BC. Using the Canada Border Services website duty and taxes estimator, Duty and Taxes Estimator, it looks like there is 13% duty tacked on after taxes. I am not sure if the CSBA website is up to date, because for BC it applies provincial sales tax as well, but there is no PST on bikes in BC. For a frame+fork package, if the CSBA percentages are right, then there would be about $900 added for me in BC, and $1400 for you in QC. Yikes!

    Mike
    Thanks for the info. Let's just hope that your calculation is wrong

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    Oh man i'm jealous of this thread!

    Congrats to all the 14 owners

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squidley Diddley View Post
    xetal, was there duty applied coming across the border? How much? I guess you won't know until it arrives at your door, but can you post up when you find out?

    Thanks.
    Got the frameset yesterday. It aint bad at all. I just payed the Quebec sale taxe TVQ. Aint bad at all.

    DO IT !

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    I can't believe this thread has had zero action since last weekend! I'd LOVE to see some more NON GARAGE build pics! Great work Ryan on getting out there in the cold last weekend to give us some RAD shots.

    First two solid outside shots gets posted to our Facebook page. And any good shots posted will be featured in our 2014 Jedi build gallery on our website.

    Get 'er dun!

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    Garage shot it will be for me this week end after the build is completed. We just got snowed big time once more..... The new Jedi will be seeking for some action in May !

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    Quote Originally Posted by KillingtonVT View Post
    I can't believe this thread has had zero action since last weekend! I'd LOVE to see some more NON GARAGE build pics! Great work Ryan on getting out there in the cold last weekend to give us some RAD shots.

    First two solid outside shots gets posted to our Facebook page. And any good shots posted will be featured in our 2014 Jedi build gallery on our website.

    Get 'er dun!
    Mmm, delicious bait!!

    I still have some more details to sort out but it's pretty much ready to ride. Sorry about the thumb...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRage43 View Post
    Mmm, delicious bait!!

    I still have some more details to sort out but it's pretty much ready to ride. Sorry about the thumb...

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    Wow! That's all I have to say!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRage43 View Post
    Mmm, delicious bait!!

    I still have some more details to sort out but it's pretty much ready to ride. Sorry about the thumb...

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    Absolutely sick!!!!!!!! Looks a little warmer than my pics...... lol... Lake Michigan is very cold at this time. ..

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    Here is mine. Finished building her late but heh still a shot of her beauty

    I will take better shots later on when i get back from work !

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    Build list:
    Frame- Canfield Jedi- Size Large
    Rear Shock- CCDB Coil 500lbs Ti
    Chain Guide- MRP G3
    Fork- Fox 40 Titanium Green Sping
    Wheels- DT440 Hubs on Mavic Ex823 Rims UST Setup (stealthed out)
    Front Tire- Schwalbe Magic Mary Wire DH casing 2.35
    Rear Tire- Schwalbe Magic Mary Wire DH casing 2.35
    Cassette- Shimano ultegra 9700 custom 7 speed setup
    Seat- SDG Ti Fly
    Seatpost- Thomson
    Chain- KMC X10SL
    Rear Derailluer- Saint M820
    Shifter- Saint M820 I-spec
    Cranks- Truvativ Descendant 165mm
    Pedals- Funn
    Headset- Cane Creek Zero Stack -1-1/8
    Bars- Spank Spike 777 (Stealthed out)
    Stem- Production Privéé 548 50mm
    Brakes- Shimano Saint M820
    Rotors- Shimano RT86
    Grips- ESI
    Weight 39.06lbs

    BTW for those wondering how much the frame weight it is for a Large 9.5LBS (shockless) with shock bolts.
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    Re: 2014 Canfield Jedi- Post your pictures and build list:

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    Mmm, delicious bait!!

    I still have some more details to sort out but it's pretty much ready to ride. Sorry about the thumb...

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    So much bike porn!

    Sent from my MyTouch 4G Slide using Tapatalk

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    2014 Canfield Jedi-  Post your pictures and build list:-img-20140314-wa0035.jpg
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    A build coming from Israel
    i will update soon with more pictures!

    2014 Jedi w\ red links size M
    CCDB coil
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    Easton Carbon 35mm bar
    Easton 35mm Stem
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    Canfield Crampon Ultimate pedals
    Industry 9 hubs laced on Stan FLOW EX rims
    Shimano saint brakes

    more updates will follow as build finishes
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    Katsooba, are you running a zero stack bottom cup headset? What's the thinking behind that...is what you have on hand or to steepen up the front end a touch?

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    Hi Pau11y,
    the zero stack buttom cup is just what we had in hand, if that bothers the rider, i'de suggest him to switch to an external bottom cup.
    personally i dont see why that would be an issue

    with the GEO numbers on the brothers website stating that its a 63.3 HA with internal headset, i think it would be awesome.
    no need to go UCI crazy with the 62.7
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    Thank you guys for posting more build pics! I'll start sharing these next week. Hope you guys have a great weekend, I'll leave you with this banger of Seaner ripping through some Bootleg GNAR on his custom polished Jedi:
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    Killer bike there ....Sean!!!!! Kill it this weekend

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    Sean has some secret Jedi lines ! CB podium for sure !

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    There are some beautiful pics in this thread boys!! I will have some more pics to add soon. EVERYONE'S build's has been so drool-worthy so far! Come on spring weather!! I LOVE THIS BIKE!!!

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    My build is completed and up and running. But it's not ready for the "pretty" shot yet. Needs some black stanchions (not just for the color), and some black thin pedals (this IS for the color ). Ninja Jedi when done!

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    I took these a couple weeks ago in Virgin Utah at the old Red Bull site. Lorin is one of the coolest kids I know and sends it way bigger than most anyone I know on his 2014 Canfield Jedi.
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    2014 Canfield Jedi- Post your pictures and build list:

    First time Jedi owner. 2014 went together perfect. CB wheelset and cranks to top it off. Took it for a test spin locally and also bed the brakes in. Can't wait to go gravity with this shredzilla monster bike.

    Props to Vin and the whole CB crew for outstanding craftsmanship, build advice and tips!

    Really hope to make it to whistler this September!
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    Finally got mine put together...click the pictures...











    Build Specs:
    2014 Jedi (large) frame w/ CCDB
    2011 Manitou Dorado Pro
    Canfield Brothers DH cranks w/ 36T MRP BlingRing
    Canfield Brothers Crampon Ultimate pedals
    Renthal Fatbar handlebars
    Renthal Integra stem
    Stans ZTR Flow EX rims on Hope Pro2 Evo hubs
    Maxxis Minion DHF ST and DHR II tires
    Shimano Saint M820 brakes
    Shimano Saint M820 shifter
    Shimano Zee M640 DH derailleur
    Shimano Ultegra CS6700 11-28 cassette
    Shimano XT chain
    Cane Creek 110 headset
    Thomson Elite seatpost
    SDG Ti-Fly saddle

    Total weight: 38.7 lbs

    More Pictures Here
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    Updated picture of my sled !!!

    Ready to rock.

    The GEO of this bike is amazing. I feel like i could destroy everything with it.
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    Slick ride bro. Did you ride it yet ? Impressions ?

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    Not yet.
    Angel Fire opens next weekend but hoping to get some shuttle runs here at Pajarito this week. New Mexico DH Championship is here on June 7.
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    It will be my first day on the Jedi tomorrow at Bromont. Can't wait to Monster truck the gnar with my beast.

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    This is a sweet thread! I'm just getting started on a Yelli Screamy build, very pumped! Will update with pictures as things start to come together!

    Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xetal View Post
    Slick ride bro. Did you ride it yet ? Impressions ?
    Quote Originally Posted by roxtar View Post
    Not yet.
    Angel Fire opens next weekend but hoping to get some shuttle runs here at Pajarito this week. New Mexico DH Championship is here on June 7.
    Incredible.
    The Jedi took everything Angel Fire had to throw at it and laughed. It consistently made up for stupid line choices. I'm generally not comfortable in the air but the Jedi is so stable it had me looking for opportunities to put space between my tires and the earth. I even loved Candyland, AF's jump run. Some credit has to go to the new 40 Float. It's incredibly plush while also being stable.
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    What a day it was at Bromont riding the JEDI. That bike is stable and fast. The suspension design really works in all situations. I was hucking, bombing, monster trucking, jumping with a smile. As my first JEDI i can really say the bikes lives up to the expectations i got. This one is a Keeper.

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    Here is my Jedi suspension in action. Litle unedited clip of mid #20 at Bromont

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    Quote Originally Posted by xetal View Post
    Here is my Jedi suspension in action. Litle unedited clip of mid #20 at Bromont

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    Awesome....side note, how do you like those knee/shin guards?

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    Hahaha good question. I just noticed i was so excited to ride that i put them on the wrong leg !!! Aside from that that are the best pad i ever had. I tried quite a bunch and these are the best confortable protection money can buy. I bailed few times and they stay put and do their job. The top padded par also work good for hablebar strikes
    Im 6'1" 210lbs and needed XL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xetal View Post
    Here is my Jedi suspension in action. Litle unedited clip of mid #20 at Bromont

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    Right, so I just sent back my Woodie from the '11 frame to get resized. But after seeing your vid, I dont' think that shock will work in that tunnel at full compression. Thanks for taking that vid, it'll save me a couple of hundred bucks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pau11y View Post
    Right, so I just sent back my Woodie from the '11 frame to get resized. But after seeing your vid, I dont' think that shock will work in that tunnel at full compression. Thanks for taking that vid, it'll save me a couple of hundred bucks!
    Glad it could help. My setup is with the CCDB and a 500LBS ti coil. I dont see much clearance left once the shock start doing it's magic.

    Sorry man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xetal View Post
    Glad it could help. My setup is with the CCDB and a 500LBS ti coil. I dont see much clearance left once the shock start doing it's magic.

    Sorry man.
    Thanks for the details! Yeah, looks like I'll have to stick w/ the CCDB...it's torture I tell ya! HAH!

    Hey xetal, what was the tune on your CCDB...the published base tune or did you change things up? I'm mainly curious if you've added or reduced any setting...possibly increased your compressions and reduced your rebounds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pau11y View Post
    Thanks for the details! Yeah, looks like I'll have to stick w/ the CCDB...it's torture I tell ya! HAH!

    Hey xetal, what was the tune on your CCDB...the published base tune or did you change things up? I'm mainly curious if you've added or reduced any setting...possibly increased your compressions and reduced your rebounds?
    Good question mate i indeed changed one setting. I have the base tune posted on the Brothers web site. I did take off two click of high speed rebound. It was a tad to slow for my taste.

    The compression so far seems spot on. I can just bomb down trails. Places i use to go around are now just history, they are getting monster trucked by the JEDI.

    Did you ride the new bike a bit ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xetal View Post
    Good question mate i indeed changed one setting. I have the base tune posted on the Brothers web site. I did take off two click of high speed rebound. It was a tad to slow for my taste.

    The compression so far seems spot on. I can just bomb down trails. Places i use to go around are now just history, they are getting monster trucked by the JEDI.

    Did you ride the new bike a bit ?
    Nope, not yet. I'm waiting to pop her cherry when the lifts open up. I'm trail riding right now to get strong.

    Sean just msg'd me that my Emerald is en route. Getting SO FRIGGIN' excited for this season to start. But, our (Colorado) mountains are still snow capped! :/

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    New Jedi Owners,
    Is anyone running a shock other than the CCDB Coil? Or, a shock with a Ti spring on the 2014 Jedi? I'm just about done with my build & will post it up once it's done.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by stepneo View Post
    New Jedi Owners,
    Is anyone running a shock other than the CCDB Coil? Or, a shock with a Ti spring on the 2014 Jedi? I'm just about done with my build & will post it up once it's done.

    Thanks
    I've got a Ti coil on my CCDB...

    Craig at Avalanche has my Woodie and he's telling me w/ a steel spring a Woodie fit a '13 but not a Ti coil. So I might have a go w/ the Woodie using a steel coil in the '14.

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    Yeah, i spoke to Craig earlier today, who just completed a Woodie for my 2014 Jedi with a steel spring. I transferred most of the parts from my Sinister R9 to the Jedi, and also tested the Avy DHS for spacing on the Jedi. (which is similar to the Woodie, but runs the DHS remote res for the R9). Short story is, it's pretty tight, but, looks like the steel spring will be ok when the Jedi's travel is compressed 100%. ~7mm gap or so on both sides and top, when measuring with a caliper, between the spring and frame through the shock slot. That, however, would make it too tight for a 450 lb Ti Coil which is typically a larger gauge and wider diameter. The 56mm diameter steel Avy spring on my DHS seems ok. I also tested the spacing with a Fox DHX 5.0 tuned by Suspension Experts in NC, with a 53 diameter steel spring, which seemed ok. Most of the Jedi builds i've seen so far are running the CCDB. I've been running Avy since 2001 on all my rigs, so, i'm looking to make the Woodie work on the Jedi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stepneo View Post
    New Jedi Owners,
    Is anyone running a shock other than the CCDB Coil? Or, a shock with a Ti spring on the 2014 Jedi? I'm just about done with my build & will post it up once it's done.

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    Manitou Revox Pro with a 450lb Manitou ti coil on mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by stepneo View Post
    New Jedi Owners,
    Is anyone running a shock other than the CCDB Coil? Or, a shock with a Ti spring on the 2014 Jedi? I'm just about done with my build & will post it up once it's done.

    Thanks
    I've got a Marz Moto C2R with a 550 Ti from Tisprings.com

    Fits fine

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    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.

    Thanks.

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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.

    Thanks.
    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.

    Thanks.
    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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    Murdered out enough...

    ...and traces of red

    39 lbs as it sits.
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    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?

    http://ep1.pinkbike.org/p4pb10442500/p4pb10442500.jpg

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    Ready to shred.
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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

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    39 Pounds

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