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    #2: Post your Single Crown DH/FR beauties!

    Sorry but the other thread has a ton of pictures deleted after 20 pages and I used it for reference and ideas....
    So I figured Id start another for the 2010/2011 so I/we can reference it again... Besides it was great seeing all the single crown set ups, I know I tried several different things based on what I saw in that thread...
    So same thing they are obviousley stout forks and we have a new player to the arena this season the fox 36 180mm...

    So if you got a single crown DH/FR bike lets see em!

    Im back with a 2011 66 chassis and Avalanche cartridge in it, figured its great in my bxr WC Id grab the single crown unit for the 66 and LOVE it... WOW what a difference the new bushings and lowers make over 08/09 holy "rhymes with RAP" ....


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    Banshee Scythe Do-it-all turned race bike

    I built this bike as consolidation of my Yeti 575 and ASX to my one bike for college. I got into the racing scene and ran out of money so I've basically been racing this dual ring, single crown 7x7 set up for more than a season.

    Great fun having strengths and weaknesses different from most other bikes on the track, makes for some unique lines.

    Took awhile to get used to this bike but I'm quite confident on it now. Loves railing berms and controlled drifts. Stiff as hell! Handles bottom outs better than many DH bikes I've ridden with.

    Fork is a Totem 2-step with a long story. After countless back and forths and services it's now got a DH damper and works quite well. I think it's quite unique in the is as when I contacted SRAM Taiwan they told me they never actually shipped any 2 steps with DH dampers.

    Rims are different color because I cracked my 729 on the rear on my first race due to negligence (new wheel build and having too much fun on a new bike multiplied by a nasty case = cracked rim). I'd like to note though that the DS 28 on the front has surpassed my expectations greatly. Perfect rim, never dents and never flats, I just wish it was wider.

    Enough words. Time for pics. Don't have many bike vanity stationary pics so I'll just load in some action shots.











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    09 Intense SS w/Fox 36

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    that avy 66 is so sick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quarashi



    Enough words. Time for pics. Don't have many bike vanity stationary pics so I'll just load in some action shots.









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    Nice shots man. Goes to show so.goes can kill it... atleast the rider can in this case... sick shots.
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    bullcrew, did you ride the 66 with the standard damping?
    reason for asking, I've just fitted a '10 66 rc3 ti so would be interested in a comparison.

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    nothin special...

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    dont hit me..... i will get a better pic later
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    Transition Bottlerocket

    I got this to replace my '06 Kona Coiler. I'm a student at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology in Rapid City, SD and I got this because I thought it would suit the terrain here well. So far I love this bike. Its great for just about anything except for rock gardens but even then, its not bad. It handles everything well and is comfortable in the air. I even take it to the dirt jumps quite a bit.

    Frame: Transition Bottlerocket. 2010 size large
    Fork: RockShox Domain 318 Coil U-turn
    Shock: Marzocchi Roco TST R
    Wheels: Transition Revolution 32
    Tires: Maxxis Minnions. DHF w/ exo-protection front. DHR rear
    Derailleurs: SLX front and rear
    Shifters: deore
    Seatpost: Thompson Elite
    Saddle: transition Park n' ride FR
    Chainguide: MRP LRP
    cranks: Raceface Evolve DH
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    brakes: Avid Code 5
    stem: Raceface respond
    Bar: Truvativ Holzfeller
    Grips: Lizard Skins Peaty
    headset: Cane Creak Tank Jump
    extras: blue cable housing

    I would talk about it more but I really want to go ride now.


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    Nicolai AFR - custom
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    Quote Originally Posted by goodgrief
    bullcrew, did you ride the 66 with the standard damping?
    reason for asking, I've just fitted a '10 66 rc3 ti so would be interested in a comparison.

    08 orange patriot
    I have and i like the new stuff i had the 888 evo ti its the same damper as the year before basically just a bit more user serviceable. The biggest improvement was the slotted bushings and the internals of the lowers... that matched with the avy and its a very mean fork..., marzocchi nailed the bushings and seals for sure in 2010....
    the avalanche cart has a hydraulic bottom out so space the spring for preload so there's no harsh ramp up from the air preload. Letthe hydraulic damper do its thing and its amazing when you case something. HUGE IMPROVEMENT...
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    really crappy camera phone pic but you get the idea

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    Back up bike for DH and AM
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    Quote Originally Posted by Err
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    now that is a bike

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    Here with my lighter wheelset and tires




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    Quote Originally Posted by dropadrop
    Here with my lighter wheelset and tires



    Dig the purple I9s! Bike looks good.... Whats it weigh, hows it ride and how is it on the ups and downs.......
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    In that set up it weighs about 32lb's. My other wheel set (hadley + ex823) weighs 1 1/2 more (+ another 1 1/2lbs more for heavier tires) which will probably make it feel very different, but I have not had time to try them out yet.

    I'm amazed at how well it climbs. I don't have long grinding steep climbs here, rather short and technical ones which it clears better then any of my previous trail bikes (more stable, better traction). Going down it's also great, it's my first longer travel bike so I guess that's to be expected, don't have so much to compare to.

    I have been contemplating on swapping the fork for a 180mm model and getting a headset that would have more lower stack height. That would raise the BB enough to give me more freedom to use the slacker G3 settings (I can only use the steepest settings on my trails, and middle on smoother trails, with 20mm more height in the front I could use middle on rocky trails and slackest in smoother dh places).

    Currently it also has a proper bash ring and the spacers under the stem are moved above it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dropadrop
    In that set up it weighs about 32lb's. My other wheel set (hadley + ex823) weighs 1 1/2 more (+ another 1 1/2lbs more for heavier tires) which will probably make it feel very different, but I have not had time to try them out yet.

    I'm amazed at how well it climbs. I don't have long grinding steep climbs here, rather short and technical ones which it clears better then any of my previous trail bikes (more stable, better traction). Going down it's also great, it's my first longer travel bike so I guess that's to be expected, don't have so much to compare to.

    I have been contemplating on swapping the fork for a 180mm model and getting a headset that would have more lower stack height. That would raise the BB enough to give me more freedom to use the slacker G3 settings (I can only use the steepest settings on my trails, and middle on smoother trails, with 20mm more height in the front I could use middle on rocky trails and slackest in smoother dh places).

    Currently it also has a proper bash ring and the spacers under the stem are moved above it.
    in that picture how big is the ring/ what bash?

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    It's super dirty, but it's my second bike just for letting my buddies ride on it...
    2010 Bottlerocket, 2010 Totem Coil, 2011 Vivid Air, 2011 Code R, 2011 X.9 10 speed setup, Minion EXO 2.5 3C, Random Deity Stuff, raceface, etc...It's down to 36 pounds. Pretty sick actually

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    Quote Originally Posted by b-kul
    in that picture how big is the ring/ what bash?
    The ring is 28t, and it's not really a bash despite looking like one. There is a plate on both sides of the chainring, but it twists at the site of an obstacle, hence I modded it a bit to add a proper bash. That's a widgit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nmpearson
    It's super dirty, but it's my second bike just for letting my buddies ride on it...2010 Bottlerocket, 2010 Totem Coil, 2011 Vivid Air, 2011 Code R, 2011 X.9 10 speed setup, Minion EXO 2.5 3C, Random Deity Stuff, raceface, etc...It's down to 36 pounds. Pretty sick actually
    Thats a pretty sick buddy loaner bike! Wanna be friends LOL
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    Can someone please tell me how I can post my pictures, I keep getting errors or file to large. I am kinda illeterate when it comes to that type of stuff.

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    Custom build 09 Bighit with Fox Float 180mm

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    I hate you guys. you all make my bike look like a piece of crap lol

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    shade under 39 lbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nmpearson
    It's super dirty, but it's my second bike just for letting my buddies ride on it...
    2010 Bottlerocket, 2010 Totem Coil, 2011 Vivid Air, 2011 Code R, 2011 X.9 10 speed setup, Minion EXO 2.5 3C, Random Deity Stuff, raceface, etc...It's down to 36 pounds. Pretty sick actually

    I'm with bullcrew! I'd hate to see your #1 bike, bling might burn my eyes out!

    Nice shots man. Goes to show so.goes can kill it... atleast the rider can in this case... sick shots.
    Thanks! I would have to give credit to the guy who took most of those shots though.

    It's a great ride, incredibly stable and it doesn't feel very heavy once you get used to it.

    Something baffles me a bit though, the thing weighs 40 pounds on the dot and (without whiping out Excel) I can't really figure out what is so heavy out about it. Front is wheel has a dual ply tire with an XC tube in it and the rear has a single ply tire with a DH tube. I can't really figure out why it's so heavy compared to a lot of builds I see here with heavier rims, tires, cranks and forks.

    You guys seal up your frame and tires with nitrogen don't you...
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    Quote Originally Posted by dropadrop
    The ring is 28t, and it's not really a bash despite looking like one. There is a plate on both sides of the chainring, but it twists at the site of an obstacle, hence I modded it a bit to add a proper bash. That's a widgit.
    just looked it up. looks sick but i dont think i have the legs to push a 28 in ma and vt. i wish they made a 26 or 24.

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    gonna get me a new frame next month or so... will an intense 6.6 crack at freeriding?

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    Quote Originally Posted by b-kul
    just looked it up. looks sick but i dont think i have the legs to push a 28 in ma and vt. i wish they made a 26 or 24.
    I guess it really depends on where you ride. I already spin out now and then with teh 28t, could not go lower (but it's great for the climbs).

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmirBernard


    gonna get me a new frame next month or so... will an intense 6.6 crack at freeriding?
    it wouldny be bad by any stretch of the imagination but if you are gonna drop that kind of ash on a frame you have better options. if you want to stay with intense id look at the ss or uzzi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Err
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    Quote Originally Posted by dropadrop
    I guess it really depends on where you ride. I already spin out now and then with teh 28t, could not go lower (but it's great for the climbs).
    where i ride the climbs are either short steep and technical or long and steep. the common denominator being they are steep and my legs and cardio wont allow me to mash up the hills.

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    old/backup/loaner bike preston FR. custom paint and polished rear/links. hope to have the new(to me) toy finished this week



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    XC set up. 35lbs Best XC bike I've owned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by modifier
    XC set up. 35lbs Best XC bike I've owned.

    Daaaaaamn.. i love this kind of heavy duty all-around philosophy!! All i would add is a Hammerschmidt for the climbs

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    Seems like everybody already has 2011 Fox 36's...

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    Quote Originally Posted by PsyCro
    Daaaaaamn.. i love this kind of heavy duty all-around philosophy!! All i would add is a Hammerschmidt for the climbs
    Thanks

    2 things.

    First at 35lbs that is about all I would want to push up hills. You get used to it and it's a lot about fitness but I really wouldn't want to add more, which the Hammer would. Thought about it.

    The second is after riding it for a couple of months with the 32 front only and getting sore knees and not being able to push up the steepest climbs I taped the holes in the Saint and installed a 24 tooth inner ring. I gained 2 lower gears and lost 2 upper gears and the spacing between gears is more even now. There really isn't anything I will spin out on around here and only get into the 11 tooth cog every once and a while as it is. 2nd gear is really good for climbing steep stuff and I have a fairly good granny if I need it. I used 1st yesterday and climbed up something that I had never made it up. I can shift down to the small ring by pushing it over with my shoe but have to put it back up by hand. But to tell you the truth I don't really even need the 32 for around here. I ordered a Blackspire trials ring guard and when that gets here I'm just going to take off the 32 and run with the 24 only.

    Most thought having 7 inches of travel front and back on a XC bike is nuts but the truth is it works better. I have it set up supper squishy with a lot of high speed compression dampening for hard hits.

    Might not be a popular decision with the 29er rigid pushing big ring guys but hey I don't ride with them anyhow.

    If I ever do get to a down hill park I just have to change a few things out and should be good to go.

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    Heh, no worries, i understand the pluses and minuses. I'm on a 42 pound Maelstrom myself.. using an old 66 with ETA, a travel adjust seatpost, and 24-36 chainrings. Built for no holds barred epic riding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Err
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    NICE! Is there a dealer in OR? Looking at the specs it looks to be exactly what I'm looking for right down to the 17" chainstays.

    I WANT!

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    Here's mine. Just built it up this summer.

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    sits right around 40lbs. Can't complain at all considering how much money I (don't) have into it. I've ripped it at Plattekill twice, can't wait to tear up Diablo in the spring. WAHOO!
    Go ride your bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by modifier
    XC set up. 35lbs Best XC bike I've owned.
    thats the most confused bike i've ever seen... expensive, nice components.. just confused

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    Quote Originally Posted by dropadrop
    Seems like everybody already has 2011 Fox 36's...
    and loving it!!



    best fork i've owned.. i've had the 09 Lyrik U-Turn, 09 Totem /w Mission Control, and the 2010 boxxer team... the Fox feels way better than all of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sambs827
    Here's mine. Just built it up this summer.

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    Trek 77 very nice reminds me of a blitz...

    BTW got a little time in on the 66 Avy... VERY NICE!!!!
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    09 Bighit 1. Bought for $1100 which is......AMAZING. Loving it so far


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ozmanick
    09 Bighit 1. Bought for $1100 which is......AMAZING. Loving it so far

    Nice ride GREAT price good for you man.....Congrats
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    hey bullcrew how do you like that avy 66?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmirBernard
    hey bullcrew how do you like that avy 66?
    ALOT!

    I need to spend more time on it and really dial it in but Im so used to my boxxerwc/avy that Im trying to compare it to that...
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    Quote Originally Posted by xcoffmanx



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    That is one SICK looking rig!

    How does the glory feel with the single crown, is it more flickable tha the stock glory? (Assuming you bought it as a whole instead of a frame)

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    Quote Originally Posted by xcoffmanx

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    This is beutiful!
    If I was building new version of my Glory, it would look like this!
    Have you had a chance to test new Codes, already?
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    new to me

    just finished this....like just right now lol. cockpit isnt set up obviously. not in love with the color scheme but i stole some of the parts from my old frame so oh well. fork is delicious and it handles like a race car. shock feels like crap (X3 swinger) so im hoping it just needs some break in, but if not theres some nice deals on vivids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue109
    just finished this....like just right now lol. cockpit isnt set up obviously. not in love with the color scheme but i stole some of the parts from my old frame so oh well. fork is delicious and it handles like a race car. shock feels like crap (X3 swinger) so im hoping it just needs some break in, but if not theres some nice deals on vivids.
    Amazing. That thing just screams FUN. Nice ride
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    Loving the '10 DH damper + enduro seals. I think I'm going to get the 170 assembly since the extra soft u-turn spring is a little too soft and I never even use the u-turn.

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    thx night.
    Trek Scratch with a few upgrades.
    is that painters tape on the frame where the cables rub?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue109
    thx night.

    is that painters tape on the frame where the cables rub?
    Yeah. I put some in the front where the cables rub when I was in Mammoth. It actually works really well and lasted the entire week. I now have some real clear cable rub protectors on.

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    this furious looks absolutley awsome im looking for a furious too but no use

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    Heres some pics that weren't taken with my crappy phone:

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue109
    just finished this....like just right now lol. cockpit isnt set up obviously. not in love with the color scheme but i stole some of the parts from my old frame so oh well. fork is delicious and it handles like a race car. shock feels like crap (X3 swinger) so im hoping it just needs some break in, but if not theres some nice deals on vivids.
    that is sick. replacement for the xam? is that a really small frame or is that seat huge?

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    thx. i still love the xam. this thing will be overkill for some of the tucson trails so both bikes will get love. they only come in short and long. this is the short. comme and most of the research i did say its right for my 5'10" and its pretty close in dimensions to my 17" AM bike. that seat does look huge though. id also like to note that it fxkin sucks trying to mount tires on these wheels. im screwed if i get a sidewall tear on the trail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick_M2R

    That is one SICK looking rig!

    How does the glory feel with the single crown, is it more flickable tha the stock glory? (Assuming you bought it as a whole instead of a frame)
    I actually built this as a framset. The only reason I have the 180mm is cause I bought it thinking I was originally going to get the Faith frame. I broke down and just bought the 40, so now I have a 180mm for sale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frango
    This is beutiful!
    If I was building new version of my Glory, it would look like this!
    Have you had a chance to test new Codes, already?
    I almost broke down and couldnt wait for the new codes. Glad I did, they are f-ing amazing!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by louman
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    louman, sweet build! What size spacer are you under your stem? I want to put a zero stack headset and straitline stem on my SS, but it looks like i might need a small spacer to avoid interfercance.

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    I know this is SPAM, but is anyone looking for a 2010 RS Lyrik 2 step Air? It is like new and used for 4 months. Sterr: is tapered 1.5" to 1 1/8" and is cut to 7.5 inchs. Yes that is plenty of lenght to work on most frames out there. Only getting rid of it for my 2011 fork.

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    My FR single crown.

    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
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    these pics for park riding in summer, pics of trail riding set-up will come soon.




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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.

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    umm... the thread title says "DH/FR".. that is neither a downhill nor a freeride bike

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    haha, forgot mentioning i did 5000down on that
    maybe i should stop posting anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ustemuf
    umm... the thread title says "DH/FR".. that is neither a downhill nor a freeride bike
    And why would you say that. Have you not heard of a hardtail freeride or even hardtail DH.

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    Posted this back on the original thread but thought it unfair on my bike not to again
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    ustemuf,

    I think he rides downhill very well on his hardtail. In his defense, I present:

    http://nsmb.com/4015-chromag-hardtail-action/

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    Quote Originally Posted by rugbyred
    ustemuf,

    I think he rides downhill very well on his hardtail. In his defense, I present:

    http://nsmb.com/4015-chromag-hardtail-action/

    Eric

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    Quote Originally Posted by rav400
    louman, sweet build! What size spacer are you under your stem? I want to put a zero stack headset and straitline stem on my SS, but it looks like i might need a small spacer to avoid interfercance.
    Not sure, I bought a few different sizes until I found what would work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rav400
    louman, sweet build! What size spacer are you under your stem? I want to put a zero stack headset and straitline stem on my SS, but it looks like i might need a small spacer to avoid interfercance.
    If it helps any, I ran a 8mm spacer under my 35mm Straitline stem when I had my Banshee Wildcard. 1.5" Headtube with a Hope Step Down headset.

    In this pic, I had a 10mm spacer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xcoffmanx
    I almost broke down and couldnt wait for the new codes. Glad I did, they are f-ing amazing!!!

    Thanks,
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    What pad are you using? Original - organic?
    I plan to switch front Elixir CR for Code 2011, which will add just about 25g to the bike but significant amount of braking power, I hope
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    Quote Originally Posted by rugbyred
    ustemuf,

    I think he rides downhill very well on his hardtail. In his defense, I present:

    http://nsmb.com/4015-chromag-hardtail-action/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dominator13
    To him and Chromag! Sweet bike.
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    that's wild

    [QUOTE=alex55]I got this to replace my '06 Kona Coiler. I'm a student at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology in Rapid City, SD and I got this because I thought it would suit the terrain here well. So far I love this bike. Its great for just about anything except for rock gardens but even then, its not bad. It handles everything well and is comfortable in the air. I even take it to the dirt jumps quite a bit.



    I bought a BR to replace a coiler, and have a somewhat similar setup... domain u-turn, DHX, nevegals, etc. SUCH a fun, versatile bike. A little on the heavy side, but I ride XC trails on it regularly, and it handled Diablo and Snowshoe without a problem.

    I know there are a ton of newer slopestyle-esque, shorter travel freeride bikes out there that are a lot lighter, but I'll stick with my bottlerocket, thanks.

    Now I just need pictures of her...
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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.



    Beautiful bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ustemuf
    umm... the thread title says "DH/FR".. that is neither a downhill nor a freeride bike
    You are a nipple-head, and could stand to be schooled by this guy.

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    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
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    Quote Originally Posted by rugbyred
    ustemuf,

    I think he rides downhill very well on his hardtail. In his defense, I present:

    http://nsmb.com/4015-chromag-hardtail-action/

    Eric
    Yep. Looks like FR/DH to me. Sweet bike.
    Both those vids of the HT downhill stuff are terrific. (That riding ain't too shabby either)

    I guess I should throw in a pic of my single-crown FR/DH beauty.
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    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/19516547@N04/4391854862/" title="513 by kentsaundra, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4021/4391854862_4a2e607c4e_o.jpg" width="900" height="675" alt="513" /></a>

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    Hey, an SWD never thought I'd see one with a single. Here's my friends bike, with my 66 on it.


    Here's an F5 with the 66.


    Both rode like crap (the frame), as it wasn't setup for my weight, the swd was too soft, the f5 was too hard. Both are beautifully ugly, or ruggedly handsome
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    Do you smack your pedals on the frame? I have SWD phobia, because of the very low bb height, the pedals smacked right onto the ground during a turn, and it wasn't even an off camber or a rocky trail. Pole vaulting me in the air, don't know if it's a case of too soft spring. Just curious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ustemuf
    umm... the thread title says "DH/FR".. that is neither a downhill nor a freeride bike
    i believe you would be a so called ignoramus.

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    '08 Commencal Supreme DH, ditched the Boxxers, put on the old trusty '07 66 and, what an amazing ride, wish I did the swap much earlier...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cxfahrer
    2008 Canyon Torque FR with Durolux.
    XL Frame = 21°!
    Hope winter will come back soon ...


    how is that durolux?

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    The Durolux was cheap, long (185mm travel), and has a remote control for winding it down to 140mm. That´s why I bought it.
    It is really stiff, the Q-Loc works great, but You have to fine-tune the damping- and airchamber internals. Out of the box, it will not work, especially if You want to do some serious drops. The compression damping system has a kind of blow-off feature, the only way to fix it is to make the airchamber smaller.
    After I fixed everything that did not work, the fork is works ok to me. If I would use this bike more often, I would spend the extra cash for a TALAS 180.

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