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    Quote Originally Posted by lokomonkey View Post
    awesome bike! can you tell how much it weights? is that a 180mm fork?
    It's a Talas 150-120. Max recommended for this frame is 160mm. Thanks for the compliment on the ride!

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    2012 Demo w/single crown domain
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    2011 Transition Blindside with some 2012 bits.


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    That is a SWEEET Blindside!!! This VPFree is super nice! Worth 2K???[IMG]VPFREE.jpg[/IMG]
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    i've taken my little 15in. Homegrown down the DH course at Deer Valley a few times.. was just as much fun as the straight 8!!

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    '01Rocket88< ran over it.. always do a full walk around!
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    Quote Originally Posted by shwinn8 View Post
    i've taken my little 15in. Homegrown down the DH course at Deer Valley a few times.. was just as much fun as the straight 8!!
    I mean no offense, but I don't think that can count as a freeride bike, it's an XC bike in a small size.

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    '11 Jedi
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    '01Rocket88< ran over it.. always do a full walk around!
    '00 Homegrown

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    2012 Canfield Brothers Jedi


    36.4 lbs AM/FR setup +1 on the CC AS HS 65 Geo

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    NS Surge that desperately needs a better SS setup or a deraileur



    Wildcard just after changing to a newer zoke 66
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    Just another redneck with a bike

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    supramk388 that Jedi with those links is absolutely gorgeous! I can see the FR/ but AM with that chainring cassette combo, how is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by danglingmanhood View Post
    supramk388 that Jedi with those links is absolutely gorgeous! I can see the FR/ but AM with that chainring cassette combo, how is it?
    Thanks, I was going black with green links for my pre order. I saw a pic of the neon yellow and changed my order.

    The gearing will build the legs alright. I have a 32 up front with a 9X27 rear cassette. I am running the new Canfield DH capreo hub in 9 speed config. (10 speed will be offered later). Any day a 28 tooth front CR should show up. That should help the AM side of things some.

    I have a RS Reverb SP on the way to help as well. Stopping to lower or raise the seat was a real PITA this weekend.

    Brake lines getting trimmed as well in the next week or so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by supramk388 View Post

    36.4 lbs AM/FR setup +1 on the CC AS HS 65 Geo
    you have no idea how much I want a bike set up like that... some personal preference things with some components (I prefer air shocks/forks, and obnoxiously wide (780mm+) flatbars, and non-lock-on grips) but by in large, that's my dream bike with damn near my dream build on it!
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    My butthole would pucker and invert until I was inside-out before I got to the bottom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slyp Dawg View Post
    you have no idea how much I want a bike set up like that... some personal preference things with some components (I prefer air shocks/forks, and obnoxiously wide (780mm+) flatbars, and non-lock-on grips) but by in large, that's my dream bike with damn near my dream build on it!
    Thanks I really appreciate that I am still buying a few more parts to finish the bike out. As far as air suspension. The fork is a Totem solo air but it is on loan from a friend. Still need to swap the seat and fork out in the next few weeks.

    I thought I was going 2012 Fox 40 but now its looking more like the 2012 888 RC3 EVO V2 TI.

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    #2: Post your Single Crown DH/FR beauties!-imageuploadedbytapatalk1336007169.791717.jpgmy first bike purchase ever haha. Been riding almost a year now.
    Stock besides a rockshox domain fork and 2.5 minions. And ultra custom spray painted rims. Looking to upgrade brakes next to shimano slx brakes and hopefully a new rear shock.

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    Knolly Delirium Mark VI

    A Dirtbag since 1969.
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    RM Slayer . . .

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    2010 Nomad
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    Quote Originally Posted by mykel View Post
    Knolly Delirium Mark VI

    BEAUTUFULLLL Knolly!!! One of the only bikes I would trade mine for! What does it weigh??? Heres mine with a few updates!!![IMG]blk1.jpj[/IMG]
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    Still waiting on some cash for either a Boxxer, a Totem air, or a Van36 180mm, but here she is.


    The tall A2C of the Vengeance(560mm) vs a Boxxer(568mm?) has my HA at a nice 64 degrees. Usual tyres are DHF 3C Exos.
    Build is supposedly 15.61kg.

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    Trying to make this $600 pick up less DH/FR beautiful and more All-Mountain (and weight) friendly.




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    ^Dude, cut that steerer tube, it'll penetrate your chest some day Interesting build though, any idea where the weight's at currently?

    @Juan, damn that thing is classy, love the combination of the beige and brown, damn I've got to get myself a Demo
    2011 Custom Transition TR250

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pädi View Post
    ^Dude, cut that steerer tube, it'll penetrate your chest some day Interesting build though, any idea where the weight's at currently?
    34.1 lbs

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    very nice

    Quote Originally Posted by juanbeegas View Post
    The tall A2C of the Vengeance(560mm) vs a Boxxer(568mm?) has my HA at a nice 64 degrees. Usual tyres are DHF 3C Exos.
    Build is supposedly 15.61kg.
    like the work you did on this, well done

    What's up with the Vengeance how does it handle on your setup?

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    Just ran out of cash, plain and simple... But, so far, It's been kinda cool. It's buttery smooth and pops off lips real nice.

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    Nice!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by juanbeegas View Post
    Still waiting on some cash for either a Boxxer, a Totem air, or a Van36 180mm, but here she is.


    The tall A2C of the Vengeance(560mm) vs a Boxxer(568mm?) has my HA at a nice 64 degrees. Usual tyres are DHF 3C Exos.
    Build is supposedly 15.61kg.

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    Finally... here it is! I´m getting used to how it feels... saturday was my second ride and I´m not at home still... but it´s getting better and I can already smile, haha!
    Anyway... I love it´s look!




    Kona Entourage Deluxe 2012, Vivid Air, Descendant cranks, Boobar, Carbon Noir WC post and Straitline stem... 17kg with the 3C tires!

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