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    My Corsair build

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    3+ years and still going stong newest addition was a new wheelset recently.



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    here it is





    better pic when it stops raining

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    Iron Horse 6point6

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullcrew
    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...



    How do you like that Session? I built mine up over the summer and it just never quited jived for me. I blame 66* head angle and a 1.5 steer tube on my Totem to prevent me from running an angleset.

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    Built this up over the summer...

    #2: Post your Single Crown DH/FR beauties!-ss850001.jpg


    ....but the geometry just wasn't right for me. So now I'm working on this......

    #2: Post your Single Crown DH/FR beauties!-ss850036.jpg

    ......and getting super excited.

    Build so far:

    2010 Bam, Fox DHX-5
    2009 Totem coil
    Saint hubs laced to Mavic 729s
    Kenda Nevegals 2.5 front, 2.35 rear (will probably go up a size on both soon)
    Sette Duo bars. Will be throwing on something more reasonable (Dirty30?)
    Truvativ Holzfeller stem

    Going on tonight:

    Truvativ Hussefelt cranks
    Azonic 420 pedals
    SRAM X-9 medium cage, X-7 shifter
    Blackspire NSX C4 chain guide & bash


    Still on the market for:

    brakes
    grips


    (Looking to sell the frame if anyone's interested)

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    Specs:

    Frame: 2010 Coilair- 200mm travel
    180mm-64.5* HA 140mm-67* HA
    Fork: 2011 Fox 180mm Talas RC2
    Shock: 2011 Fox DHX air 5.0
    Cranks: Shimano Dual ring SLX
    Pedals: Azonic A-frame
    Chain guide: Black Spire
    Bars: Gravity lights
    Shifter: Sram xo
    derailer: Sram xo
    Cassete: Sram pg 990
    Brakes: Hayes Stroker 8" front, 7" rear
    Seat post: Thompson
    Stem: Thomson 50mm
    Seat: Wtb pure V
    wheel set: Dt swiss 5.1 on Hope pro II hubs
    Tires: Minion DH f, Minion DH r
    Specialized Eskar 2.3 f/r

    weight with 2ply Dh tires is 35.6lbs.. with single ply it is be 33 1/2lbs.






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    Nice kona, whats that weird coil looking thing at the bottom of the lower shock mount?

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    Kona's magic link. It does something to the effect of changing the leverage ratio as the shock compresses making the suspension more responsive.
    Slow is cool too, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Saint
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    nice, looks really good

    how do you like the 2010 55?

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    its a linkage system that allows the bike to go from 5" travel to 8" travel. works great

    heres a vid of it

    Kona's Magic Link from Christopher Halcrow on Vimeo.


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    Quote Originally Posted by AmirBernard
    nice, looks really good

    how do you like the 2010 55?
    Well, I have only put one good ride on it (yesterday at SoMo), and it felt great so far, very smooth, IMO.
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    Just picked this up...2008 Spec Big Hit 1..
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    ^@bighit First thing I'd replace is the pedals (those stock ones are useless once they get wet), then the seat post if that's the stock one. (my friend's exploded and he had a jagged seat post go where seat posts shouldn't go)


    Bye boxxer. Hello totem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frango
    What else could it be?
    I'm not familiar with floating brakes. Sorry.

    What exactly is the advantage over just a normally mounted brake?

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    that lucky is sick!

    how are you liking the totem on it?

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    It's great. I feel it matches the frame better than the boxxer (*RIP*). The frames just so god damn long that the cables are really tight on it, I'm a little afraid of a crash snapping the derailleur cable or something.

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    Nicolai AFR

    Nicolai helius AFR, just put the fox float 180s on this year, have been holding out for 1.5" fox's but had to settle for conehead type.

    35.2lbs
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    damn, 35.2 with the HS? beautiful bike
    2013 Medium Santa Cruz Blur Trc in Matte/Silver, full XT kit, 1x10 with 32T wolftooth ring, 25 pounds 7 ounces

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightofthefleming
    damn, 35.2 with the HS? beautiful bike
    Yeah thats with pretty light wheels/tyres running tubeless.

    + couple of lb with muddy mary's and DT FR2350 wheelset
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    old bike

    i know this is old but it has served me well (and is still serving me well) while i am building my new bike. this will be my loaner bike. everyone else has some sweetly sick awesome bikes!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by heavy-duty-biker
    i know this is old but it has served me well (and is still serving me well) while i am building my new bike. this will be my loaner bike. everyone else has some sweetly sick awesome bikes!!!
    Personally I love Transition bikes!
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