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    Hi guys I found My new home

    I broke my 5.5
    I replace it with the Xtention Explor
    I got the 36 RC2 in the front abd the DHX in the rear .
    Full XT
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    It is a swit ride.
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    Heres my 3 year old saber

    Pikes and a Fox Float


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    my steelhead
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    My steelhead, for now. I decided to take a chance and get the smaller size. My mistake, fits like a BMX bike on me
    I'll probably replace it with another Steelhead but in the meantime anyone looking for a small Steelhead frame?
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    oops, double post

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    New question here. derailleur hanger for '04 Azonic Saber

    I just noticed something recently, and wanted to see what you guys think...


    Check out this derailleur hanger for '07 Transition frames...
    https://www.transitionbikes.com/Stor...82456508&P=608

    Doesn't it look just like the one for '04 Azonic Saber??? (I still have to look at mine more closely at home, but see pic below for now.) It'd be really cool if these ones from Transition actually work on Saber (& skip dealing with Azonic). And it's a reasonable $12/each to boot.

    So far I've bought 5 derailleur hangers directly from Azonic for my '04 Saber. The last time I ordered in '05, it was whoppin' $21/each plus a rather-hefty $10~$15(?) "shipping & handling" fee, if they even still carry them nowadays. (I'd also had one case of a super-slow delivery and another of a totally-lost order thru Azonic.)

    What do you guys think? (Or anyone already tried this?)

    Only one way to find out, of course. I'm down to the last spare, so I'll try it next time (& report back, if/when I do).

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    Wow, those look incredibly similar!

    EDIT: you fixed your pics

    You should email Transition and see if they'll take a picture of the back of the hanger, here's the back of my '04 Saber hanger:

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgreathead
    You should email Transition and see if they'll take a picture of the back of the hanger, here's the back of my '04 Saber hanger
    Hi tgreathead,

    Glad to hear that it's not just my blurry eyes dreaming it up, cool...

    Hey, great idea & thanks for your pic! I'll do just that right now, and report back when I hear back from 'em.

    Cheers,
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    Good job! Yes!!

    Hi folks,

    I just got a reply back now, and...

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Transition Bikes
    Sent: Thursday, March 01, 2007
    Subject: RE: your '07 derailleur hanger ?

    The pic you have below is exactly like our hanger. - kevin

    YES!!

    How cool... Now I know where to get one next time.

    Cheers,
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    NICE!!

    Good to know, I may order one just to test it out but at more than half off Azonic's price it can't be beat

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    I have an 03 saber I am building up as we speak!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ll 3nZo ll
    I have an 03 saber I am building up as we speak!
    Call Azonic and ask about getting the 04 rear triangle, the 03's had problems with not being strong enough.

    Post some pics when its built, I love sabers

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgreathead
    Call Azonic and ask about getting the 04 rear triangle, the 03's had problems with not being strong enough.

    Post some pics when its built, I love sabers
    Thanks for the advide I will deffinately call esspecially since this bike has already been ridden HARD. I will post some pictures after I pick up my bike. It is at the LBS so I can use their tools to put the crank set on I also just order my Outlaw wheel set

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    Any thoughts on running either the RS Pearl 3.1 or the Marz Roco Air on an '04 Saber? I use it for trail or all-mountain riding. Never really do the freeride thing.

    I've got the cash for an upgrade, and I think it's about time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spaz
    Any thoughts on running either the RS Pearl 3.1 or the Marz Roco Air on an '04 Saber? I use it for trail or all-mountain riding. Never really do the freeride thing.

    I've got the cash for an upgrade, and I think it's about time.
    I've been thinking the same thing for mine. However the Roco Air doesn't have a pedaling platform like the DHX-Air (ProPedal) which means you'd bob up and down as much as a non-platform coil shock. The Pearl is supposed to be pretty nice. Let us know what you do either way, once I get a bigger frame I'll be lightening up the Saber for XC/AM use.

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    Well I Finally got my crankset on and am picking up my wheels and tires in a few days. I can't wait to get this bike done. I will post pics soon.

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    Had my first on-trail passing in a long time with another Saber today at Sullivan Canyon.
    That is all.

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    my XTENSION XPLORE
    good trailDHbike!!
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    Wow what a nice ride

    Love the paint
    I see you have achain guide what is it

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    Thank you,yarondot

    it's DMR Dual Chain Reactor(old model) &DANGERBOY Smooth Bash Guard
    DMR is low plice.but good device.

    DMR new model
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    Bonking ... not feelin' well My '04 Saber is broken..!

    I was cleaning my chain just now, getting ready for tomorrow's ride, and suddenly noticed THIS!!

    Damn...

    I'll have to call Azonic on Monday and see what they can/can't do for me about this.

    So bummed...
    - PiroChu


    (This is a cross post from: http://forums.mtbr.com/downhill-freeride/my-04-saber-broken-323099.html#post3349319 )
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    just in case

    azonic came through for me & i'm sure a few others but if they don't & you want it fixed i know of a great company that can do it., heat treated, the works. good luck.
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    Bummer, but that is exactly why regular cleaning is so important - so you find issues like that BEFORE a major failure. Imaging doing a drop and the rest of it failed.

    W a little luck Azonic will sort you out. If not, there are a BUNCH of really cool new frames to buy now

    Quote Originally Posted by PiroChu
    I was cleaning my chain just now, getting ready for tomorrow's ride, and suddenly noticed THIS!!

    Damn...

    I'll have to call Azonic on Monday and see what they can/can't do for me about this.

    So bummed...
    - PiroChu


    (This is a cross post from: http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?p=3349319 )

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    Quote Originally Posted by 006_007
    Bummer, but that is exactly why regular cleaning is so important - so you find issues like that BEFORE a major failure. Imaging doing a drop and the rest of it failed.

    W a little luck Azonic will sort you out. If not, there are a BUNCH of really cool new frames to buy now
    Do tell on how Azonic Treats you please. I just returned from the Mt. Washington Bike Park on Vancouver Island where I rode my '04-'05 Saber. No problems to date but I will give the bike the once over just in case. You probably know this but the Saber's have been discontinued...they do have the new B52 model, a 7" bike from Azonic, maybe they can help you with a crash replacement discount...never hurts to ask. Glad you found the damage before your next ride. Best of luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghashmi
    Do tell on how Azonic Treats you
    Called Azonic on Monday, and found out their warranty is only 1yr, and they don't have any Saber pieces left in stock anymore. So, I was alternatively offered the <a href="http://www.azonicusa.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=52_30&products_id=205">Reve nge</A> 5-inch "XC"(?) frame (not <a href="http://www.azonicusa.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=52_30&products_id=206">B-52</A> 7-inch "DH/FR" frame) at a <i>disappointingly-not-so-"crash-replacement"-like</I> 'discount' price, and no option of "Samurai" or "Xtension" options, either.

    I ended up (back-)ordering a <a href="http://www.transitionbikes.com/2007/BottleRocket.cfm">Transition BottleRocket</A>, instead. (Sorry, guys, I'm going to be disqualified from this forum.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by PiroChu
    Called Azonic on Monday, and found out their warranty is only 1yr, and they don't have any Saber pieces left in stock anymore. So, I was alternatively offered the <a href="http://www.azonicusa.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=52_30&products_id=205">Reve nge</A> 5-inch "XC"(?) frame (not <a href="http://www.azonicusa.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=52_30&products_id=206">B-52</A> 7-inch "DH/FR" frame) at a <i>disappointingly-not-so-"crash-replacement"-like</I> 'discount' price, and no option of "Samurai" or "Xtension" options, either.

    I ended up (back-)ordering a <a href="http://www.transitionbikes.com/2007/BottleRocket.cfm">Transition BottleRocket</A>, instead. (Sorry, guys, I'm going to be disqualified from this forum.)

    Cheers,
    - PiroChu
    Damn, that sucks but is good to know in case my Saber ever dies. Good choice on the Transition though, their warranty is amazing.

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    Piro:

    Sorry about the news, I think the B52 is more similar to the Saber than their 5" offering. Disappointing to see that Azonic didn't feel the same way.

    That said...good call on the Bottlerocket. I had opportunity to briefly ride my friends Bottlerocket last night at our local drop and dirt jump locale near Seattle (South Seatact; SST). A very diffrent and fun bike!

    I run my Saber a bit big, with heavy xc wheels, large tires and a 7" Boxxer Ride fork. Its a bit of a tank. In comparison the BR isn't the lightest frame but its built intelligently and should last. Many riders in Washington State are riding Transitions hard and I've heard of no breakages. Where the Saber failed the BR will run for years longer in my opinion.

    Even with its weight the bike felt quick and snappy, a function of more agressive geometry coupled with stiff/strong linkages. If you haven't already check out the linkages and chainstays, do so, theres alot of material there. No flex on this baby. Acceleration is quite impressive. The BR has less travel than the Saber's 6" but felt fine. My friend is running a Marz Rocco, both he and I are similar weight. On his BR the shock felt great. Plush but not overly so, it doesn't plow through the travel and ramps up nicely, probably a function of proper tuning but still a great shock. I have a Romic on my Saber, which has served me well with no reliability issues at all, but compared to how technology has improved the Roccos and DHXs look tempting.

    All right time to toot my Saber Horn. Me and my bike are hitting Whistler this Friday for 3 days, I hope to report no breakage upon my retun. I'm somewhat concerned as I have two friends that have broken their Saber's in different incidents. Amongst us 3 there have been a total of 5 Sabers, two of which are still running. That said I'm still an Azonic fan, beleive it or not, as they offer decent frames at good prices, but I am wondering about differnt frames as my riding progresses. Part of me was hoping they'd help you out on a B52 as I've not found a single review anywhere of this new frame from Azonic. I'll do some more searching but if anyone has a line on a B52 review please post or provide a link.
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    Before I forget...

    As a Saber-parting post, here are some links to my other past Saber-related posts (problems & fixes) from DH/FR forum that may come in handy for other Saber riders...

    * fix for broken rocker-plate pin
    http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.ph...92253#poststop

    * aftermarket shock-mounting pins
    http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.ph...36418#poststop

    * no 6"-mode for 17"-size frame
    http://forums.mtbr.com/downhill-freeride/help-saber-owners-qr-seatpost-clamp-bottoming-rocker-plate-105735.html#poststop
    (NOTE: That posted ended with a clever rubber-washer solution, but in the end it still didn't work as one goes bigger & bigger and having to keep stacking more & more rubber washers. I ended up going back to only using 5"-mode on my 17" frame.)

    * And some more here (from my earlier post above under this thread)...
    http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.ph...12642#poststop


    Cheers,
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    ghashmi, thanks for BottleRocket info - very much looking forward to that. And glad to hear you & your friends' Saber's are still going strong!
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    P-Money:

    I hope this doesn't mean you won't be chimining from time to time. I loved your fix with th rocker through arm . Have Fun whatever you ride!
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    My Saber performed so so at Whistler this weekend. I rode mostly A-Line and Dirt Mechant. My skill level on A-Line consists of landing the tranny on about half the jumps, others I'd pull up short of the tranny on the table. I bottomed both the front and rear multiple times. I'm soliciting suggestions on set up for bigger hits with the Romic; even the most basic info would be great. Also looking for pointers on fork set up.

    Details:
    My weight: 220 with pack
    Shock: Romic 550 lb sping 2.0 stroke
    Fork: Boxxer Ride stock spring...stock oil Note: Rebound Adjuster on bottom fork leg has gone awol)
    Frame: Large Saber
    Travel: 6" mode
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    undersprung

    i'm amazed your saber doesn't look like pirochu's. i weigh 170 w/ gear & i'm using a 600x2.25 in 6". mine, like your's, probably came stock w/ that spring but setup in the 5" mode. the stock spring was 550. worked fine in 5" because of the lower leverage.6" mode gave me something like 45% sag. take a look @ yours. gotta be huge. the sooner you get the right spring, the longer you're gonna be happy w/ the saber. in the meantime i'd put it back in 5" to be safe.
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    Here is my chain guide

    Quote Originally Posted by NERO
    Thank you,yarondot

    it's DMR Dual Chain Reactor(old model) &DANGERBOY Smooth Bash Guard
    DMR is low plice.but good device.

    DMR new model
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    Mine is black speer
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    coil-spring weight calculator

    Quote Originally Posted by ghashmi
    I'm soliciting suggestions on set up for bigger hits with the Romic; even the most basic info would be great.
    ghashmi:

    Glad to hear that you (& your Saber) had a good trip to Whistler. (Actually Whistler was where I broke my rocker pin, hahah... )


    Anyway, I agree with nhodge about your coil spring being way too light, I'm afraid. So, before you break something...

    Here's a <I>very userful</I> coil-spring weight calculator (thanks to FireDog46) that I've always used, and so far it's always spot-on for me.

    Mountain Bike Spring Rate Calculator V4.0

    You can play around with the numbers, but - entering your figures - basically you need a 800lbs spring for your weight in 6" mode. Actually 900lbs, if you change the Rear Weight Bias % to "70" from default "60". When I <i>tried</i> to measure my 17" Saber's rear bias, I seem to recall it was about 70 instead. (These figures per using default "25" % sag punched into the calculator.)

    Just FYI, I'm only 165lbs (incl. gear) and <i>I</i> would be using a 550lbs spring, if in 6" mode (3:1 ratio). I actually used a 450lbs spring since I stayed in 5" mode (2.5:1 ratio), though. (These figures per using "70" % rear bias and "30" % sag punched into the calculator. I always left the Preload Adjuster to default "1.0" and End Coil Effect to default "60".)

    I hope that this (especially the calculator) helps, and have fun tuning!
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    Caution;  Merge;  Workers Ahead! Saber 19" Geometry

    Anyone have Saber 19" geometry info they can share? '04 model frame. Trying to make the jump to a lighter steed and want to compare my existing Saber to other bikes out there.

    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghashmi
    Anyone have Saber 19" geometry info they can share? '04 model frame. Trying to make the jump to a lighter steed and want to compare my existing Saber to other bikes out there.

    Thanks
    Direct from Xtension (which in case you don't know, made the Saber):
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    so. I'm wondering about the size of the revenge.

    any 5'11" riders out there on the 18.5 (xc/trail)????

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    Quote Originally Posted by refreshinglygood
    so. I'm wondering about the size of the revenge.

    any 5'11" riders out there on the 18.5 (xc/trail)????
    Easiest thing would be to compare geo against your current frame. What frame and size are you on now?

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    yep, I'm aware of that method.

    My most recent dually was a blur, large. At them moment I'm riding a ss voodoo so it's a bit difficult to compare.

    I did have a medium heckler once but that was just a smidge to small.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PLURPIMPIN







    here's my steelhead, i love this thing
    im plannning to get a steel head .IM 5'4" tall >Is this a good bike for allmountain or xc ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PITTAR
    My Steel Head from Spain ---- Barcelona




    can you guys recommend the steelhead for xc/AM use? cause im planning to use it mainly as a trail bike ,im 5'4" tall and im going to use small frame.

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    Building up this DS-1 frame.
    with new powder coat pearl grey
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    older DS-1
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    2008 Azonic Revenge

    Hey everyone,
    Kind of new to this forum. I just got an 08 Azonic Revenge frame of ebay and I'm trying to figure out what I need to build it. Actually I need to know what type of front derailleur I need. Not much info on the web or bikepedia. Its my first full suspension, been riding an old 98 GF Big Sur forever. Also do you think it is necessary that I go with a thru axle on the front or should I stay with a standard QR. I live in Louisville, KY, most of the trails are smooth fast singletrack nothing too extreme, except Fort Duffield which still is tame compared to other places. Any info would be great

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    nice bikes

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    Just curious, anyone here still riding Azonic Saber as a main rig?
    (My '04 Saber broke back in July '07 - exactly 5yrs ago this month.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by PiroChu View Post
    Just curious, anyone here still riding Azonic Saber as a main rig?
    (My '04 Saber broke back in July '07 - exactly 5yrs ago this month.)
    Still have my Saber frame in the basement but I don't ride it anymore. Moved on to a Chumba XCL and last year to a Pivot Mach5.

    Always loved the Saber though, fun bike!

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    Recoil

    Here's my recoil that still rocks
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    Nice Recoil. I just found one on eBay for a really price and am looking forward to building it up. always loved the way the look and ride.

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    Anybody building up a Dirt Dingo frame, trying to piece together specs/ geo. Namely the spec of the 1 1/8'' integrated headset. 2012 model if that matters.

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