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    Nice Bike Now take off that dork disc! lol Wheels and tires with that fork should be a huge difference! nice
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    HAHA! Holy crap I cant believe I haven't realized that's still on. So for wheels I'm thinking Stans Arch with a Nevegal 2.35 stick-e front and Slant Six 2.1 dtc on rear. Im really digin the fork its amazing the difference it made in weight and feel. I just need to figure out how to add the spacers to adjust the travel. 140 is a bit much for the trails a ride.

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    Where did you get your forks? I have been thinking about getting a set of sector RL's for my response sport and I'm not sure what one I need to fit my stock wheels.

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    I ordered it from price point, But your local bike shop may have it or can also order it for you.

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    Stupid question but, what size do I need to fit the stock wheels? 9mm QR?

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    Yes thats what mine is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sideshowant View Post
    HAHA! Holy crap I cant believe I haven't realized that's still on. So for wheels I'm thinking Stans Arch with a Nevegal 2.35 stick-e front and Slant Six 2.1 dtc on rear. Im really digin the fork its amazing the difference it made in weight and feel. I just need to figure out how to add the spacers to adjust the travel. 140 is a bit much for the trails a ride.

    Go with Stans Flow Rims, they are wider and run tubeless much better. DT db spokes, Hope Hubs Run the 2.35s and love them front and rear
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    2011 Response Comp. The only stock parts are derailleur cables and headset.

    Fork Rock Shox Tora 302, 120mm
    Brakeset Shimano XT M765 brakes, Shimano M765 levers
    Brake Rotors Shimano XT SM-RT75; 180mm front, 160mm rear
    Shift Levers Shimano XT SL-M770
    Front Derailleur Shimano XT FD-M770
    Rear Derailleur Shimano XT RD-M772
    Crankset Shimano XT FC-M770
    Pedals Shimano DX PD-M647
    Bottom Bracket Shimano XT FC-M770
    Rear Cassette Shimano XT CS-M770
    Chain Shimano XT CN-HG93
    Seatpost Thomson Elite 30.9mm
    Saddle WTB Pure V Race SE
    Handlebar Easton EA70 Monkeybar 685mm, 31.8mm mid-rise
    Handlebar Stem Easton EA70 90mm, 31.8mm
    Hubs Shimano XT FH-M756
    Rims Mach 1 MX Disc
    Tires Kenda Small Block 8 UST 2.1
    ~29lbs with the UST tires.

    Next purchase will likely be a different set of wheels...but I'm going to wait until my current set gives out on me.
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    Just got my 11 DB response sport, took it to the LBS to have it tuned and should have it back tomorrow. I am digging the bike course getting it free didn't hurt either.......grin

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    JOSHJUSTIN that is one nice bike you have there with some nice upgrades.

    -Shawn

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    Just picked up a new 2011 DB response sport too still haven't gotten it dirty yet though.. will post pics once I've taken it out on the local trails at least once!

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    I am picking up my response today and I am not sure which size. The LBS guy said I could go either large or Medium. I am 5'11" what size are you guys going with that are about my height?

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    I have a medium and I am 5' 11. I test rode a large at the shop and it felt too big.

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    @edmorales: your bike rocks dude! id like to ask about your seatpost. what do you have on them:?

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    My '08 Responce. Pedals, seat, tires, computer, one rim and a few non-factory scratches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sdh792 View Post
    My '08 Responce. Pedals, seat, tires, computer, one rim and a few non-factory scratches.
    I love the look of that bike and want one
    I scurry away with my hardtail between my legs

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    Thanks MrAitchGee, now if you lived a little closer I would give you a great deal on the bike. I purchased it used in the spring and after a while realized that it was a tad to small for me. It is an 18" frame. I went and purchased a new Trek 6000 since and all I do with the Diamondback is pull the kids ride behind bike with it. I like the response frame, looks and design. Take care,

    -Shawn

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    A bit too small for me too no doubt, i'm 6'2" , still a wicked looking bike tho
    I scurry away with my hardtail between my legs

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    Little over a month now and lovin my 2011 response sport so far.

    Upgrades:

    Mavic Crossride Disc wheel set
    Deore front and rear derailers
    Shimano PD-A530 pedals
    Bontrager XR2 TLR tires

    Next upgrades will probably be handlebars, Seat and Seat post.



    Edited: because I guess I'm still learning how to spell....
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    2011 Response Sport

    Upgrades so far:
    Rock Shox Reba RLT fork
    WTB Bronson 2.3 race tires
    Forte Carbon riser bar
    ODI ruffian lock on grips

    Upgrades to come soon:
    Avid BB7's
    Better platform pedals




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    Finally got a chance to snap some pics!
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    man i need to get pictures up of my response. but waiting on a few pieces to come in.

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    Here is my upgraded diamondback

    Pretty much stripped all the originia parts off except the cranks and added my own. Upgraded DB Response! Post your pics!-p4pb6887174.jpg

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    Just ordered some new Pedals and Grips. I have been looking at a new fork upgrade but I am not sure what I want. What are some of your suggestions? How much travel is suggested for average single track use?

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    I've been enjoying my rock shox reba rlt at 100mm travel. I'd recommend a reba or reccon gold for that price range. What are you looking to spend?

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