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    The more FR version

    Quote Originally Posted by Dominator13
    So, the bike in the first picture was ripped off about a month ago. The bike in the second picture I just built up last night. Homeowner's Insurance covered the theft. I have the new 66 RC3 EVO Ti as my true FR fork.

    p.s. Don't worry Travis, the Woodie wasn't on it when it was stolen, just an RC4

    Added the Woodie and the 66 to make it all that more AWESOME!
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    Had to give the 2011 Fox 36RC2 180 mm kashima coated bad boy fork a try.... 1st impressions aside of needing to put the heavy spring in is WOW..... for a non custom tuned fork im completely floored at its performance........ this is not the fox forks i had in the past...... GOOD JOB FOX!!!! It will be off to avalanche in a couple weeks once I really get a chance to get a feel for it and can speak for its performance... as of right now its probably the badest fork (single crown) out of the box.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullcrew

    Perfect bike bullcrew. Love the blue bits. Will AVA offer an upgrade kit for van 36's?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bullcrew

    Bullcrew, I can see in the pic that your garage door seal is badly in need of replacement. Bad garage door seals are the number one cause of brain cancer. I'd be happy to replace that seal for no charge

    Just tell me where the garage is located and leave the door open so I can get in to fix it

    Oh and I'd put that ugly bike behind a car out of sight, not sure why anyone would want to take it, but you can't be too careful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aphis
    Perfect bike bullcrew. Love the blue bits. Will AVA offer an upgrade kit for van 36's?
    Yes that's the plan this one is off to avalanche ins few weeks. I want to dial it in and get a GOOD HONEST run on it. Raced today dh at fintanna and it rocked only spot I had was a rock drop that the steep ha put me in a nose dive position which got a bit unerving but my bad I chose a pretty shotty line off the rock roller..... I did up the low speed to com at front dive on low to mid speed rollers and keep the front higher without compromising too much low speed..... id say its pretty damn dialed.... AMAZING fork for sure... excited to get the avy cart for it but this is the first fork that I have wanted to get some time on before doing the cart. Fox did a great job on this one......
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    Quote Originally Posted by bullcrew


    How do you like the Jedi with the SC 180? I've never even thought about putting anything other than 200 on the front. Then again I never pedal that thing near anything that resembles a hill.

    p.s. Get your ass up here to SC for some riding in the Redwoods!
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    My Intense Socom with the slacker dropouts and 2° angleset installed for the upcoming season!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dominator13
    Added the Woodie and the 66 to make it all that more AWESOME!
    Nice!!

    Hows that new 2011 66 feel? Bushing and such all good? Thinking about investing in a 2011 66 RC3 Evo

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    I was a part of the original thread, so gotta continue with this one. Same bike, too, how funny. Yes, a Nomad w/ an Avy is as awesome as it sounds. That's an 06 Nomad with an 02 Avy DHS.



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    A couple of race pics.. Got more but Im waiting for the digital copies to be sent from purchase...

    Dropping in on the steeps, too easy to land at the bottom here did it 3 time previous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simpan
    My Intense Socom with the slacker dropouts and 2° angleset installed for the upcoming season!


    What are your measurements on that (BB, HA)? I'm looking into an angleset with a SC fork, but a bit worried about dropping my BB too much. Pedals clip already with slackers and DC fork. Beautiful bike too!

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    new freeride-/trailbike...







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    Quote Originally Posted by RPG
    What are your measurements on that (BB, HA)? I'm looking into an angleset with a SC fork, but a bit worried about dropping my BB too much. Pedals clip already with slackers and DC fork. Beautiful bike too!
    Not that sure about the head angle but aroud 64 i think, bb height with the rain kings is 13.6", nice and low

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fly Rider
    "I must admit, it is so choice. I highly recommend one, if you have the means."
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    How does the VPP pedal with the Hammerschmidt? What's it like? I'm still on the fence...
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    Its still a work in progress, im waiting on a Blk Mrkt stem and a new post. Other than that its done. Im going from XC to AM/FR so i would like to shorten up the gearing and get a new rear wheel. Geez does it ever stop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dominator13
    Added the Woodie and the 66 to make it all that more AWESOME!
    lol, love how the 66 makes the big betty look puny. my 55 makes my rampage look silly.

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    This rig has been getting me down the hill for the last 4 years.


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    Changed color!!! now getting new graphics done...


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    How pimp is a jedi in white!

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    wow! that jedi looks sick! the frame and rims/spokes look really nice together. The blue on the fork (stickers/knobs) plus the hubs and headset spacers really match the other blue bits on the bike. you put alot of thought into that didnt you? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norcoshore1
    wow! that jedi looks sick! the frame and rims/spokes look really nice together. The blue on the fork (stickers/knobs) plus the hubs and headset spacers really match the other blue bits on the bike. you put alot of thought into that didnt you? lol
    Got new white god grips with blue locons to ace the red...so now niceand white and blue instead of dingy and red.... those grips were hammered....good bite though even in wet they work great.....


    Yeah c it came out prettygood....I like it the color is dialed for me....
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    Are you doing the avy cartridge for the fox? I'm thinking about putting one in my totem solo-air,but I'm pretty happy with it. I could be happier though It seems your the only guy discussing the cartridge on the web,so wanted to see what you thought.

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    Not too the fox craig is looming to make upgrades for the new fox stuff and carts for the older 36s and 40s.
    The 36 is amazing and love it but my boxxer avy is my go to.....I dig the single crown feel right now and as always I like to get hands on with new stuff so I have a actuall review of it... if not then it would be a totem avy or my 66avy for sure...the avy cart is way better than rockshox I.ternals for sure. My boxxer wc is a whole different animal now....
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    Quote Originally Posted by jin0824
    these pics for park riding in summer, pics of trail riding set-up will come soon.



    love the bike and outmost respect on your riding skills, I noticed in one of the vids the you are using a hammerschmidt and the pics show a single ring, wich one you like better? also what kind of fork is that? I'm building something "similar" for an all year/mountain ride, nothing that nice though....

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    I put a hammerschmidt soon after building that up because it was my only bike and I needed to pedal up sometimes
    it's a RS lyrik soloair lowered to 150mm.
    cheers

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    i will have a good updated pick of my bike on friday, i got my self a few gifts .
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    Here is my baby, 2010 knolly delirium, it now has a ti coil and soon to be 2011 formula the one's if they ever hit the stores...






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    Quote Originally Posted by jin0824
    these pics for park riding in summer, pics of trail riding set-up will come soon.



    sweet build,and yes it is a freeride bike...what model ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunnyhopbikes
    Here's one of my SC beasts. I used it for the Gravity East Finals, and finished less than 3 seconds off of podium in Cat. 2 30-39. Had a blast! Built the bike for the Gravity East opener because it had a HT class, it was the only venue with a HT class in the entire series. I had to miss is it. So what the heck I decided, leave the dually in the van, and use the HT for the finals
    SC bikes ??? model ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMCAT
    SC bikes ??? model ???
    Its an IH Yakuza HT. Made to accept 200mm dual crown forks. They can be found for sale on mtb websites used. Have not made them for a few years, and IH is defunct. Tough frame, very durable and stiff. Plus it uses a 1.5" head tube.
    PS, SC means Single Crown, as in Single Crown Fork

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunnyhopbikes
    Its an IH Yakuza HT. Made to accept 200mm dual crown forks. They can be found for sale on mtb websites used. Have not made them for a few years, and IH is defunct. Tough frame, very durable and stiff. Plus it uses a 1.5" head tube.
    PS, SC means Single Crown, as in Single Crown Fork
    thx !! what size is yours,and do you know the actual top tube lenght... i'll be on the look out for one

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMCAT
    thx !! what size is yours,and do you know the actual top tube lenght... i'll be on the look out for one
    Its a 15", I would have to measure the TT when I get home. But, if you do a google search for an Iron Horse catalog, you can look at the geometry's. I am six foot and it is great for DH, but too small to trail ride on for me. Good luck, but I would recomend you check out the Ragley Bagger 288.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunnyhopbikes
    Its a 15", I would have to measure the TT when I get home. But, if you do a google search for an Iron Horse catalog, you can look at the geometry's. I am six foot and it is great for DH, but too small to trail ride on for me. Good luck, but I would recomend you check out the Ragley Bagger 288.
    or a troof! .....i'm waiting

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    Added a freeride playbike to the mix, went with a small frame and 70mm X4 with a layback (on order) so I can keep it nimble for goofing off yet still make a dua ringer out of it for single track and Socal fun...


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    updated pics of my baby it will have atlas fr bars tomorrow
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    before the hard tails are not free ride or down hill bikes thing starts i present in my defense
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    Quote Originally Posted by lokomonkey
    love the bike and outmost respect on your riding skills, I noticed in one of the vids the you are using a hammerschmidt and the pics show a single ring, wich one you like better? also what kind of fork is that? I'm building something "similar" for an all year/mountain ride, nothing that nice though....
    Im also curious what frame that is? I have a very similar build except its a Santa Cruz Chameleon. I have decided to go with one bike that will do it all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by illini
    Im also curious what frame that is? I have a very similar build except its a Santa Cruz Chameleon. I have decided to go with one bike that will do it all.
    if im not mistaken its custom made for him but the company that made it is chromag
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    Quote Originally Posted by insanitylevel9
    if im not mistaken its custom made for him but the company that made it is chromag
    I agree it must be custom i went through all the Chromag frames and the Samurai is the closest.Its an interesting geometry they put in the line up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by illini
    I agree it must be custom i went through all the Chromag frames and the Samurai is the closest.Its an interesting geometry they put in the line up.
    i think i remember reading its gonna be released to the public some time but that it.
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    New 66 RC3 and V1 stem are on!!! Crappy pic but you get the idea

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    Quote Originally Posted by insanitylevel9
    before the hard tails are not free ride or down hill bikes thing starts i present in my defense
    thats one big drop, hardtail or no hardtail

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    Sick Blindside! If I had the cheese for a new bike right now, that's what I'd buy.

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