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    Quote Originally Posted by rwrusso View Post
    Oh man...that is a ridiculous color scheme. Nice work.

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    Thanks! I got lucky. I've only changed the saddle, grips, and a few other things. At first I didn't like the red cable housings, but they've grown on me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Thanks! I got lucky. I've only changed the saddle, grips, and a few other things. At first I didn't like the red cable housings, but they've grown on me.
    Ha that's my favorite part!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    And since this is the Yelli photo thread:

    Just out cruisin'...

    Those white grips are going to drive you nuts...
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    Quote Originally Posted by rwrusso View Post
    Ha that's my favorite part!

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    Yours would look cool with some bright green cables, nice bike, btw!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Yours would look cool with some bright green cables, nice bike, btw!
    I looked for a green shift cable housing but wasn't sure on the ebay stuff. Very budget build so I got what I got. For now.

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    Moved post to main Yelli thread. My bad.

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    Ready for dirt...

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    In its natural habitat...

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    Quote Originally Posted by spyghost View Post
    Those white grips are going to drive you nuts...
    I already am nuts! They're not bad, haven't had to clean them yet. It's weird, I like Speshy ergon grips on the Yelli and my old Monocog, but I don't like them on my 26" FS.

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    Very nice! What size fork is that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Very nice! What size fork is that?
    29", 140mm dual position. In the 110 position for a climb.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rwrusso View Post
    29", 140mm dual position. In the 110 position for a climb.


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    Ah, that's why it looked like my 100mm.
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    Clean...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ryetoast View Post
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    dirty looks better... a clean mtb looks sad
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    Injury got me out for a while

    I'm selling this frame with headset and seat collar if anybody is interested. 2014, size Medium. Very low miles. Make me an offer.
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    heres mine

    brought it to a local DH trail, it was fun!!! bb7 with 203/180 rotors handled the steeps well.

    looking forward to changing the fork to a pike though




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    I just switched to an RS pike 140 51 offset... What a big difference from where I came from (Manitou Tower Pro 120)!!!

    I was expecting that it's going to be tougher to climb considering I maxed out the allowed spacer recommended by RS between stem and top cap (30 mm) and a 20mm rise of bar. But it wasn't! Surprisingly it was easier to climb whether seated or standing.

    As for turns and drops wow! It felt like riding an entirely new rig! This frame showed its true color with a 140 51 offset fork!

    I just need to learn how to tune this fork, which admittedly I'm not really skillful in.

    I love this hardtail!
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    Quote Originally Posted by spyghost View Post
    I just switched to an RS pike 140 51 offset... What a big difference from where I came from (Manitou Tower Pro 120)!!!

    I was expecting that it's going to be tougher to climb considering I maxed out the allowed spacer recommended by RS between stem and top cap (30 mm) and a 20mm rise of bar. But it wasn't! Surprisingly it was easier to climb whether seated or standing.

    As for turns and drops wow! It felt like riding an entirely new rig! This frame showed its true color with a 140 51 offset fork!

    I just need to learn how to tune this fork, which admittedly I'm not really skillful in.

    I love this hardtail!
    nice! my pike is already on order. lets ride sometime


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    Another good day on the yelli plus




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    you on Oozy 345s or 395+s?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dranniK View Post
    you on Oozy 345s or 395+s?
    Zooming to the front wheel, it looks like an Oozy 345...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dranniK View Post
    you on Oozy 345s or 395+s?
    Oozy 345, so far so good.
    I'm running 15 psi and the rims are holding up nicely. Had some rock garden runs where a couple more psi would've been nice lol but the tire compressed to the rim and I kept on going!
    Very happy with the bike/build!


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    Anyone looking for a medium 2014?Yelli frame? Might have this for sale!! I am looking for a full suspension bike Santa Cruz Tallboy


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    Yelli Screamy Photo Thread



    in a pike....

    40k of recent tropical rain with mix of trail techs... pedal pedal pedal, downhill, uphell, smallish jumps, rocks... F.U.N. !!!
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    ^^ I really like the blue!

    Sometimes I wish I had a bit more color, Sometimes I don't. I do wish I had all the colors!


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    Yelli Ano Blue
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    2014 YS Ano Red LG Frame for sale with CC headset, 24mm or 30mm BB (your choice), and 2014 RS Reverb 125mm dropper. Have original box to ship. Make offer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    ^^ I really like the blue!

    Sometimes I wish I had a bit more color, Sometimes I don't. I do wish I had all the colors!
    I can relate to that. Love the blue but sometimes wish I had gone for the purple, orange or green.

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    Hi
    I'm looking to buy Yelli Medium 2014+.
    If anyone is selling drop me a PM.
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    I'm selling my complete bike for 1500$ size medium but it is a first gen YS. 1500$

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    taken earlier today. pike is awesome!


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    Yelli Screamy Photo Thread-13844073_10154381407476639_33033296_o.jpg

    I'm finally up and running! Some tuning left for the fork and brakes, Contact SL dropper has been installed since this photo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dranniK View Post
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    I'm finally up and running! Some tuning left for the fork and brakes, Contact SL dropper has been installed since this photo.
    nn 2.8? what internal rim width did you use?
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    Quote Originally Posted by spyghost View Post
    nn 2.8? what internal rim width did you use?
    Yep, 2.8 NN. They are Spank Oozy 345s and I believe the measurement on the IRD is 30mm.

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    Just got it finished up this weekend. Maiden voyage on some greenways with the daughter unit last night.

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    I was reading up on the new Balance, and I saw this thread. Figure Ill post a few pics of my yelli... she has a few miles on her now.

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    My 2011 now rockin' new 27.5 wheels and a new fork.

    Hope Pro 4 hubs with the new Stans Flow MK3 rims and 160mm Manitou Mattoc 27.5 fork. Tires are Nobby Nic in back, Hans Dampf in front - tubeless. Both 27.5x2.35

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    Looks really good, Jeff! I was going to try the B+ but my 100-120 fork is too short to go any lower. BB drop looks good with the 160 Mattoc, what's the BB height? I'd also like to hear how it handles if you've had the pleasure of riding it yet.

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    Thanks Corn. Bottom bracket is 12" unsagged.

    I've been riding it at 27.5 for a couple years but decided to update some of the gear I felt was holding it back.

    I had been running a X Fusion Sweep 160mm fork on it. Nice fork, 34mm stanchions, nice stiff chassis, but the small bump performance was awful - a problem that I've since learned is common to the older RL models. X Fusion will upgrade it to the new HLR Roughcut damper for about $250, but I decided to try the Mattoc since Ive always liked Manitou forks.

    Right off the bat the small bump was improved dramatically, and being able to adjust brake dive out of it is also a huge bonus. (the Sweep RL has no compression adjustments vs 3 for the Mattoc). Also 35mm stanchions on the Mattoc.

    For wheels I had been using Sun Ringle Charger Pro 27.5, their All Mountain wheelset. They were ok for awhile but then I broke the rear axle. Sun Ringle was good about sending me a free replacement, and even upgraded me to the 10mm bolt on at my request. I was also having issues with popping the heads off the nipples. The wheels are 28 spoke with straight pull hubs - just not beefy enough for my ~200lb weight. I also suspect that Sun Ringle is sourcing their 28 hole straight pull hubs from the same folks that sell the no name Chinese hubs on ebay because a)Sun Ringle doesn't sell the hubs, you can only get them on the Charger and Black Flag wheelsets, and b)the end caps fit perfectly on the no name Chinese hubs I used on my fatbike. Just sayin'.

    Anyways, out with those and in with good old workhorse Hope Pro hubs - reliable, adjustable, adaptable, easily serviced and good customer service - and the new wider Flow rims (29mm internal).

    The combination of the larger stanchions, higher spoke count and shorter tire profile (via the wider rims) took a great handling bike to the next level. In corners the handling was noticeably tighter, smoother through roots & chatter, firmed up nicely through pumpy sections and had minimal bob when I stood up to mash up some of the punchy climbs at the park.

    Im looking forward to really pushing this thing once my rubbish legs bounce back from a summer of little riding. Overall Im very happy with the changes after 1 ride.

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    I'm selling my size M Yelli

    Lowered the price to 1K total. Different pedals and tons of extra parts.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffw-13 View Post
    Thanks Corn. Bottom bracket is 12" unsagged.

    I've been riding it at 27.5 for a couple years but decided to update some of the gear I felt was holding it back.

    I had been running a X Fusion Sweep 160mm fork on it. Nice fork, 34mm stanchions, nice stiff chassis, but the small bump performance was awful - a problem that I've since learned is common to the older RL models. X Fusion will upgrade it to the new HLR Roughcut damper for about $250, but I decided to try the Mattoc since Ive always liked Manitou forks.

    Right off the bat the small bump was improved dramatically, and being able to adjust brake dive out of it is also a huge bonus. (the Sweep RL has no compression adjustments vs 3 for the Mattoc). Also 35mm stanchions on the Mattoc.

    For wheels I had been using Sun Ringle Charger Pro 27.5, their All Mountain wheelset. They were ok for awhile but then I broke the rear axle. Sun Ringle was good about sending me a free replacement, and even upgraded me to the 10mm bolt on at my request. I was also having issues with popping the heads off the nipples. The wheels are 28 spoke with straight pull hubs - just not beefy enough for my ~200lb weight. I also suspect that Sun Ringle is sourcing their 28 hole straight pull hubs from the same folks that sell the no name Chinese hubs on ebay because a)Sun Ringle doesn't sell the hubs, you can only get them on the Charger and Black Flag wheelsets, and b)the end caps fit perfectly on the no name Chinese hubs I used on my fatbike. Just sayin'.

    Anyways, out with those and in with good old workhorse Hope Pro hubs - reliable, adjustable, adaptable, easily serviced and good customer service - and the new wider Flow rims (29mm internal).

    The combination of the larger stanchions, higher spoke count and shorter tire profile (via the wider rims) took a great handling bike to the next level. In corners the handling was noticeably tighter, smoother through roots & chatter, firmed up nicely through pumpy sections and had minimal bob when I stood up to mash up some of the punchy climbs at the park.

    Im looking forward to really pushing this thing once my rubbish legs bounce back from a summer of little riding. Overall Im very happy with the changes after 1 ride.

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    Mine's right at 12" also. I'd need to get a fork like yours to do the B+ thing. I was thinking of going with a Magnum for the most versatility since I might just stick to 29" big volume tires, or maybe even 27.5+/29+! The Schwables seem to be pretty popular with the +crowd, from what I've seen of them on the internet they look a little less bulbous than some of the 3" tires I've seen, which I think is a good thing, I'd like to see them in person.

    I'm rolling on older Hope Pro 2s/Arches and I'm planning on lacing up some Easton ARC 30s or 35s. The whole bike needs a makeover since it's still pretty close to how it came when I bought it used.

    lol@ rubbish legs, you're not the only one!

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    Been riding my N9 all summer, swapped parts over to Yelli to try it for the rest of the season

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    Been off the saddle for almost 6 weeks of being sick... going back (specially uphell) is though...

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    Just got built up last week! Had to steal some parts of my Riot to get running. Super rad bike very stiff. Had a 100mm fork on front but think 120mm is my best bet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anc67 View Post
    Just got built up last week! Had to steal some parts of my Riot to get running. Super rad bike very stiff. Had a 100mm fork on front but think 120mm is my best bet.
    I'm still lagging on bumping mine. I'm thinking 120 with a big ol' 2.somethin' would be sweet.

    Edited the Yelli a bit in the meantime, got rid of some clutter and those red housings.

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    Finished a race a few weekends back... it's not the event that's painful, but the cleanup!

    (shadow didn't give the crusted mud justice)
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