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    Ha! My kids both have big-box mountain bikes, so I slowly transfer parts from my DB to theirs as needed.

    One thing I'll mention, though, is to anybody disassembling a Recoil or Atroz, be careful with the pivot bolt for the suspension. Mine was seized and the bolt side snapped like a twig with very little effort. A new kit from DB is $60 and has to be ordered through a dealer, which probably means they'd have to install for you as well (liabilities).

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    2013 Diamondback Recoil 29 Upgrades

    Just completed upgrades for my 2013 Diamondback Recoil 29

    Upgrades
    -Shimano XT M8000 Crankset 175mm
    -Shimano XT M8000 Crankset Chainring 32
    -Shimano Deore XT CS-M8000 11-Speed Cassette - 11-42
    -Shimano Deore XT M8000 GS Rear Derailleur - 11-Speed
    -Shimano Deore XT M8000 Shifter
    -Shimano Deore XT M8000 Bottom Bracket
    -Shimano Ultegra 6800-XT M8000 HG701 11sp Chain
    -Shimano Deore XT M8000 Disc Brake Front and Back
    -Shimano Deore XT M8000 SPD Trail Pedals
    -Shimano XT-Saint RT86 Ice-Tech 6 Bolt Disc Rotor 180mm & 160mm
    -RockShox 30 Gold TK Poploc Remote
    -RockShox Monarch R
    -Cane Creek 40-Series Zerostack Short Cover
    -Renthal Apex Stem 60mm

    Your Recoil Pictures, Lets see them all!!!-recoil.jpg

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    It was just a fun hobby to do in between BJJ days, but now, I look forward to Tues & Thurs. Maybe even Sunday. I beat the shit out of this bike, I popped my WTB seat from a fall and ordered a Selle something, might return it for a WTB Volt again, I like how skinny the Volt is, easy to hang off the rear. Might finally get a new stem, I was sliding the seat rails as far back so I could avoid getting a stem, now I feel like I have to.

    Anyone know what the stock one is again? Might get new bars too for bling IDK yet.

    The wheels are my friends, it's a 2.8 lbs difference from the stock DB wheels, Ill ride tomorrow to see what a $600 upgrade feels like.
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    No pictures. - stripped hanger installing rear derailleur, so that is on order. Will get weight once part comes in mail and I can bolt it all together.

    Updated list as I went along and in order I purchased. Prices listed include shipping, Prices in parenthesis are suggested retail.

    Recoil 2015 29" $501. ($800). Outdoor pro link
    Rockshox Monarch R rear shock $97. ($150) eBay
    Shock mount brackets $24 eBay
    Wellgo MG-1 platform pedals $27. ($35) eBay
    Suntour Raidon fork $205. ($270) Suntour loyalty program
    Wtb pure v saddle $31 ($40) eBay
    Avid db3 hydraulic brakes $85 ($124) Amazon
    SRAM Rise 40 Front Wheel $82 ($312) Bikewagon.com
    SRAM Roam 30 rear wheel $150 ($267) Craigslist
    Grips $15 Amazon
    SRAM x1 1200 Crank 28 tooth $70 ($220) eBay
    SRAM X7 rear shifter and derailleur $65. ($90) pinkbike
    Sunrace 11-42 10 speed cassette $66.50 ($70) eBay
    Chainstay protector $5 ($15) bikewagon.com
    WTB Bronson/Vigilante tires (tubeless) $56 ($95) promotive
    SRAM 1051 chain ($21) ($25) eBay
    SRAM GXP bottom bracket $25 $($48) pinkbike

    $1525.50 ($2600)

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    I could have gotten a better price buying a hgher spec'd bike up front, but for me half the fun was learning how to wrench on bikes again. Also paying in $100 increments wasn't as painful on the wallet.


    If anyone is looking for stock replacement parts, brakes, wheels, drivetrain, shock, etc. let me know.

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    Seems like I am hijacking this thread lately.
    Cheap eBay scale says 25 pounds? Me standing on bathroom scale holding bike says 29 pounds. Guess we are going somewhere around 27 pounds.

    Your Recoil Pictures, Lets see them all!!!-image.jpgYour Recoil Pictures, Lets see them all!!!-image.jpgYour Recoil Pictures, Lets see them all!!!-image.jpg

    Snowed 6 inches yesterday, hopefully get to field test before Fruita in a week.
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    ^^^ Nice looking bike! Bet it rides well! I've been riding a lot, maybe a new bike next year.

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    Just got done adjusting my rockshox xc32tk from 100mm-120mm...head angle is now at 68 degrees. Haven't ridden it yet except for around my parking lot, seems stable enough, I'll know more this weekend when I ride...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hmc168 View Post
    Just completed upgrades for my 2013 Diamondback Recoil 29

    Upgrades
    -Shimano XT M8000 Crankset 175mm
    -Shimano XT M8000 Crankset Chainring 32
    -Shimano Deore XT CS-M8000 11-Speed Cassette - 11-42
    -Shimano Deore XT M8000 GS Rear Derailleur - 11-Speed
    -Shimano Deore XT M8000 Shifter
    -Shimano Deore XT M8000 Bottom Bracket
    -Shimano Ultegra 6800-XT M8000 HG701 11sp Chain
    -Shimano Deore XT M8000 Disc Brake Front and Back
    -Shimano Deore XT M8000 SPD Trail Pedals
    -Shimano XT-Saint RT86 Ice-Tech 6 Bolt Disc Rotor 180mm & 160mm
    -RockShox 30 Gold TK Poploc Remote
    -RockShox Monarch R
    -Cane Creek 40-Series Zerostack Short Cover
    -Renthal Apex Stem 60mm

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    Those are some great upgrades? What did that all cost if you dot mind me asking?

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    Double tap
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    Recoil


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    My 2016 Recoil.






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    Do any one knows if I can use a rear shock 200x57.2 on my recoil wich is 190x51

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    Not sure, but I'd love to know...I'm getting ready to get one...

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    A 200mm shock won't fit. There is only 6mm air between an 190mm shock eyelet and the seat post bar of the frame. A 200mm shock would be 4mm too long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Made in Austria View Post
    A 200mm shock won't fit. There is only 6mm air between an 190mm shock eyelet and the seat post bar of the frame. A 200mm shock would be 4mm too long.
    Thanks for the help i just goin to look for one that fits right in the money .... Do you know any one that will fit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xjtim View Post
    Not sure, but I'd love to know...I'm getting ready to get one...

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    I guess wi won't be able the use one 😥

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    ^ Very nice Recoil!

    I'd recommend an Rockshocks Monach R. If you are on a budget, you can get an DNM aoy-36rc for $79 on amazon. A lot of people are very happy with the DNM. I have an DNM for a few months now and love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Made in Austria View Post
    ^ Very nice Recoil!

    I'd recommend an Rockshocks Monach R. If you are on a budget, you can get an DNM aoy-36rc for $79 on amazon. A lot of people are very happy with the DNM. I have an DNM for a few months now and love it.
    Thanks for the advice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Made in Austria View Post
    My 2016 Recoil.





    Is that a 120mm fork

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    It's a 100mm RockShox Recon Silver.

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    Here's my 29er. (photo taken with potato)
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    Your Recoil Pictures, Lets see them all!!!-img_0376.jpg

    New Easton EA70XL wheels and a EA50 Handlebar. The bike fits perfectly now. I liked that I upgraded each component one at a time, it let me feel what each upgrade did. It now weighs 30.4 lbs. I made a climb on it today that I've never been able to so my skills are getting better too. Anyone who has $500 which was what I paid for it, should definitely invest. I wont be buying anything else, maybe an XT cassette when this one wears out and lighter tires the next time around. Have fun riding guys!

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    Is the crankset a raceface ride x1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ksu515 View Post
    This is probably not the right place to ask this question, but here goes.
    I managed to bend up my chain rings on my stock Suntour crankset on my '12 Recoil.
    So I replaced the crankset with these Vuelta Montagna Pro set I picked up for $20 new.Attachment 897304
    MTB Pro Crankset 44/32/22 104-64/BCD

    MTB Comp Crankset 44/32/22 104-64/BCD
    110/64 BCD triple steel chainrings
    44/32/22 gearing, designed for indexed shifting
    Fits square taper 110mm bottom bracket
    Cold-forged extra strong alloy crank arms,
    Available with 170mm and 175mm Lengths, Black finish

    I didn't change the stock bottom bracket.Attachment 897306
    I don't know what any of these numbers mean.
    But here's the problem. When I installed the new cranks they seem to stick out farther away from the frame than the stock cranks did on either side.
    The Vuelta site recommends a 118mm BB, but wouldn't that make it even worse??
    I torqued them down to the specs in the instuctions. Basically I'm not sure what to do. Do I need another BB? if so what size or # should I get?
    Thanks for any advice.
    I think that you problem is the crankset you got is for 110mm bottom bracket and I don't think is going to work with other bb you need to get a crankset that is 73mm bb with a 73mm bb


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    Quote Originally Posted by Thegogetter View Post
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    New Easton EA70XL wheels and a EA50 Handlebar. The bike fits perfectly now. I liked that I upgraded each component one at a time, it let me feel what each upgrade did. It now weighs 30.4 lbs. I made a climb on it today that I've never been able to so my skills are getting better too. Anyone who has $500 which was what I paid for it, should definitely invest. I wont be buying anything else, maybe an XT cassette when this one wears out and lighter tires the next time around. Have fun riding guys!

    Nice bike! But I'd lose those mechanical brakes

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    Quote Originally Posted by pikyn08 View Post
    Is the crankset a raceface ride x1

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    Yes its a RF Ride, Not sure how light or heavy it is but it was on sale and has never let me down.

    Quote Originally Posted by Made in Austria View Post
    Nice bike! But I'd lose those mechanical brakes
    Yea, brakes are one of the things I need to learn how to adjust and do maintenance on them first before I upgrade. I did ride a bike w Hydro brakes... It was nice, but since mine works fine, not gonna upgrade until I know more about. The same goes for going tubeless, just need to do more research and ride more lol.

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    I did hydros as one of my first upgrades, they aren't really that hard to set up, if you know how to bleed brakes on a car, then they're a piece of cake. There's nothing wrong with mechanicals, they work great. As a heavier rider, I appreciate my hydros though lol

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    2016 27.5 recoil


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    Quote Originally Posted by Xjtim View Post
    I did hydros as one of my first upgrades, they aren't really that hard to set up, if you know how to bleed brakes on a car, then they're a piece of cake. There's nothing wrong with mechanicals, they work great. As a heavier rider, I appreciate my hydros though lol

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    I'm on the "If it aint broke don't fix it" train right now lol


    Quote Originally Posted by thecelt View Post
    2016 27.5 recoil

    Did they change the frame for the 27.5 wheelset one? I'd imagine a lot of pedal strikes if they didnt? I wonder how one rides.

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    Not sure, but ill keep it in mind when i get it out on the trails. Ill measure from the center of the crankset to the ground, and someone with 29" wheels could do the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Made in Austria View Post
    My 2016 Recoil.





    I like the stickers you put on there. How do you like the bike so far? I recently bought tge same one.

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    Nice, I love the red colors on yours. Haha, I broke down and put some gun sticker on it. I have ridden it almost everyday on some smaller desert mountains in Nevada. I love this bike so far.

    The bike has now a Shimano ZEE 1x10speed drivetrain on it. Got it cheap from a friend who never installed it. The stock Shimano Acera and Suntour crank set never let me down, it worked great. I couldn't say no to a new $150 ZEE drivetrain set.

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    Nice upgrades. I covered all the blue with red stickers (as you can tell). And im a big firearm/2nd amendment guy

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    Same here!

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    Decided to pick up a DNM shock...went with the ao-42ar instead of the ao36 that some of you have bought...seems like a pretty decent shock, definitely better than the coil shock. The rebound works awesome on this thing. Sag was pretty easy to dial in. I'll know more after I ride this week....

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    Finally pulled the trigger on a 2016 recoil. I am coming off a 26" Walmart Next Mountain Ridge I have been riding since 2008. Hitting the trails after work. Any hints tips or tricks with this bike?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Takumi788 View Post
    Finally pulled the trigger on a 2016 recoil. I am coming off a 26" Walmart Next Mountain Ridge I have been riding since 2008. Hitting the trails after work. Any hints tips or tricks with this bike?
    Keep it upright? In all honesty, I would love to hear a report back in the Diamondback general forum about the differences your feel between the two. Obviously we know the Recoil will be far superior to the Next Wally World brand, but I just want to hear your $.02. The Recoil Comp was one of the DB bikes I was looking into to purchase over the next year or less but I don't remember if they make a XL frame for it or not. Most of all, have fun and ride it to the rim!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Takumi788 View Post
    Finally pulled the trigger on a 2016 recoil. I am coming off a 26" Walmart Next Mountain Ridge I have been riding since 2008. Hitting the trails after work. Any hints tips or tricks with this bike?
    Ride it!



    Picture just because that's what this thread is for.
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    How are you liking the ao42?

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    It's nice, its much better than the coil, it soaked up some pretty big hits the weekend. I'm planning on taking it to snow summit bike park in the next couple of weeks. Itll really be tested there. Is your fork at 120mm? I like the colors of your recoil, looks great!

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    Yes, It's a 120mm fork. Thanks! I wish the decals were charcoal or gunmetal instead of white but it is growing on me. The bike without upgrades was just a hair over $400, talk about bang for the buck!

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    I'm running a 120mm too. I like it a bit better. Mine was just over $400 too lol...I've got about another $500 invested, and it's better equipped than a lot of trek and giant trail bikes lol

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    Since I am a newb and posted a non-picture in a picture forum, , here is a picture of my brand new DB Recoil on the way to the trails for the first time.
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    Nice ride! As far as advice on the bike goes: take it to a bike shop and have them give a good once over and then put some miles on it. Figure out what you don't like about it and change it. Any questions you have you can probably find answers for here on these forums. Happy riding!

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    My son picked up a recoil recently. Picked up a Fox Float CTD on eBay cheap and did the Suntour upgrade to the Raid on. Probably will upgrade drivetrain or brakes in the future. Your Recoil Pictures, Lets see them all!!!-uploadfromtaptalk1466147187695.jpg

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    Sorry for the extremely late reply to thecelt. Missed your post. I have included the total cost plus the original approximate weight of each replaced item and the weight of the item it replaced. The ride performed pretty well during my Moab trip this year.

    NOTE: The picture shown does not include the new XT wheels.

    Total Cost = $1,530.00 (February 2016 price)
    Approximate Total Weight Reduction = 3855g = 8.5lb

    Original - Fork - SR XCT 100mm travel w/external preload adj. (2561g)
    Replaced - Fork - RockShox 30 Gold TK Poploc Remote (1801g $319.07: Reduce 760g)

    Original - Rear Shock - Tuff Shock Coil 190x51mm w/ oil Damping (622g)
    Replaced - Rear Shock - (USED) 2014 RockShox Monarch R $80 Mounting Hardware $24 (297g $104.00: Reduced 325g)

    Original - Cranks - SR Suntour XCC T202 24/34/42t (967g)
    Replaced - Cranks - Shimano XT FC-M8000 Single Crankarms Black, 175mm, Single Chainring 32T (698g $141.98: Reduced 269g)

    Original - Bottom Bracket - Sealed Cartridge 1.37x2.4 (339g)
    Replaced - Bottom Bracket - Shimano XT BB-MT800 Bottom Bracket Black (80g $19.99: Reduced 259g)

    Original - F. Derailleur - Shimano Altus dual pull, top swing, 34.9 (303g)
    Replaced - F. Derailleur - N/A (0g: Reduced 303g)

    Original - R. Derailleur - Shimano Acera SGS 8spd (304g)
    Replaced - R. Derailleur - Shimano XT RD-M8000 Rear Derailleur Black, GS Cage (271g $59.98: Reduced 33g)

    Original - Shifter - Shimano SL-M310 8spd Rapidfire (180g)
    Replaced - Shifter - Shimano SL-M8000 I-Spec II Shifter Black, Rear (187g 41.99: Reduced -7g)

    Original - Brake Levers - Tektro Alloy w/ reach Adjust (294g)
    Replaced - Brake Levers - Shimano XT M8000 (Front) (269g $89.99: Reduced 25g)

    Original - Brake Levers - Tektro Alloy w/ reach Adjust (352g)
    Replaced - Brake Levers - Shimano XT M8000 (Rear) (285g $89.99: Reduced 67g)

    Original - Brakes - Tektro Novela Disc w/ 180mm Front (162g)
    Replaced - Brakes - Shimano XT RT86 ICE-TECH 180mm (146g $30.49: Reduced 16g)

    Original - Brakes - Tektro Novela Disc w/ 160mm Back (140g)
    Replaced - Brakes - Shimano XT RT86 ICE-TECH 160mm (127g $30.49: Reduced 13g)

    Original - Cassette - Shimano HG31 8spd Cassette (11-32t) (315g)
    Replaced - Cassette - Shimano XT CS-M8000 11 Speed Cassette 11-42T. 11 Speed (432g $72.99: Incresed 117g)

    Original - Wheels - 32h Weinmann SL-7 Doublewall Front + Rear + Tubes = 1679g + 1828g (3507g)
    Replaced - Wheels - Shimano XT M785 Wheelset UTS ready Front:895 Rear:1077 (1972g $300.00: Reduced 1535g)

    Original - Tires - WTB Wolverine Comp 29x2.2 (1608g)
    Replaced - Tires - Continental X-King ProTection 29x2.2" Mountain Tire 1310g (1310g $81.65: Reduced 298g)

    Original - Pedals - DB Toe Clip Compatible Platform (401g)
    Replaced - Pedals - Shimano Deore XT M8000 SPD Trail Pedals (401g $43.22: Reduced 0g)

    Original - Stem - DB AL6061 Ahead 7° 31.8mm (163g)
    Replaced - Stem - Renthal Apex Stem 70mm, 31.8mm, 6° (142g $32.24: Reduced 21g)

    Original - Headset - Zero Stack Ahead 1 1/8" + spacer 7g (alloy) (101g)
    Replaced - Headset - Cane Creek 40-Series Zerostack Short Cover Complete (82g $49.18: Reduced 19g)

    Original - Chain - KMC-Z82 (323g)
    Replaced - Chain - "Shimano Ultegra 6800-XT M8000 HG701 11sp Chain" (287g $22.49: Reduced 36g)

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