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    I really like the lines on that bike, it looks like its hauling ass just sitting still. Those rubber queens are great all around tires, give em a go before you spend lots of cash on new rubber.

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    My new 27.5" Enduro rig I was going to sell it(due to injury over the winter) But I may just keep it now that I am healing up...It really needs a black fork and my Formula brakes put back on it!



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    Quote Originally Posted by hitechredneck View Post
    I really like the lines on that bike, it looks like its hauling ass just sitting still. Those rubber queens are great all around tires, give em a go before you spend lots of cash on new rubber.
    No need to spend any cash. I allready had the HansDampf tires laying around at home The rubberqueens are now coming to use on another bike


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    Suspension Travel?

    How much suspension is everyone using in enduro/super-d racing?

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    This is my Stumpjumper Elite. I've had it a few years and have slowly built it how I want it. Haven't raced an enduro but plan to this summer. Thinking of trying a 1x10 setup this year. I will pedal and or push my bike uphill to ride it back down.

    2011 Stumpjumper
    Answer stem/bar
    Stans Flows/Hope hubs
    Trail Kings 2.2 F/R
    Brainless=replaced brain with RP23
    CP Blacklight 125mm
    Enduro BB and forkseals/wipers
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    Quote Originally Posted by michael7383 View Post
    How much suspension is everyone using in enduro/super-d racing?
    You will typically see anywhere from 4 to 7 inches of travel depending on the course. But the majority of bikes that I've seen sit around 5 to 6 inches.
    08 Enduro: '12 Van RC2, Push DHX 5 coil, Flow EX, Hope m4, 750mm bar, Blacklite Post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michael7383 View Post
    How much suspension is everyone using in enduro/super-d racing?
    Most of the courses I have rode (so far) are not super rough aggressive DH style so 150mm to 160mm works great. I rode another brand last year(160mm) but I am going to ride my 27.5" converted Butcher this year its 150mm rear and 160mm up front

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    Canyon Strive with 160mm travel front and rear. Fun machine for lift days at Vail Mtn, a few enduro events, and some longer backcountry rides.

    2012 Canyon Strive

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    A bit of upgrading to my Sanction, Full XO drivetrain except XX cassette, Lyrik coil fork, saint brakes, crossmax st. Hopefully should be a good do everything weapon for the Big mountain enduro series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hitechredneck View Post
    A bit of upgrading to my Sanction, Full XO drivetrain except XX cassette, Lyrik coil fork, saint brakes, crossmax st. Hopefully should be a good do everything weapon for the Big mountain enduro series.

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    Nice ride! I too have a Sanction. I will post a pic of all the upgrades I've done to it soon. Love that bike. How are the Hans Dampf's treating you?

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    Lapierre Spicy 516 with RaceFace Atlas Green Monster

    Love that GT! Looks really fast and robust.. Got a new stem and handlebars on my Lapierre this weekend. RaceFace Atlas stem and RaceFace Atlas GreenMonster Limited bars.

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    Last edited by Geir; 02-10-2013 at 01:34 PM.

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    I have mixed feelings about my hans damps. On my bike with a 68 degree headangle they are the cats meow I love them to death. That said for some reason on my 66 degree headangle GT they tend to feel a bit more round and the "edge" is not quite as strong as I like. I think it is because the two different bikes corner different and with the slacker head angle the bike needs to be leaned over and more weight pushed on the front where I feel the more square tires do better. Could be just me, but check back with me in a bit about them when I have more ride time with them on this bike.

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    I need to try one of those weirwolfs.
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    My latest iteration. Yes, I have issues...







    Setup is HD/RS Lyrik 170/XX1

    Waiting for Easton to finish their XX1 freehub so that is why I am currently running an AL rear wheel. My Monarch RC3 is at Push for a refresh so that is why I am running the RP23 which is meh I have two rides on the Lyrik now and am starting to get it feeling really nice. XX1 is about 3 weeks in and I like it a lot.

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    How's the water taste?

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    Lol it was great. Bottle was on there for race day and I just screwed the cap off and drank it that way. No reason to carry my Camelback for two 6 minute runs.

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    Post your Enduro/Super D rigs here...

    Post your Enduro/Super D rigs here...-imageuploadedbytapatalk1360561105.766246.jpg
    Here's my enduro rig, at least it will be once I enter my first race in June

    Yeti Asr7
    1x9
    Fox Van 36 160mm
    Fox RC4 coil shock
    Magura Louise brakes
    Reverb dropper

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    Sick ride
    thanks for your service so we can be free to rally bikes

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    Post your Enduro/Super D rigs here...-firebird.jpg

    Pivot Firebird with XT build (large)
    close to 6.7" travel front and rear
    Weighs just over 31lb with pedals
    Absolute murderer going down and still flys uphill somehow.

    I can't wait to race enduro this year. It's still a long ways off and I can't stop thinking about it. Signed up for 3 of the Big Mountain Enduro so far.
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    My Maverick ML8. Still one of my most favorite rigs. Ethan Franklin is still around to tune the suspension so it's ridding better than ever. 31 pounds, XT 3x10 kit, Mavic 819 wheels, Maverick dropper post, trying out a slightly taller handlebar now. Should be able to hit up 2 or 3 of the Big Mountain Enduro series races this year.
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    No picture just yet, as I'm in AFG. The parts are showing up at my parents house one by one, and here's the plan:

    I have these so far:

    SC Blur LTc w/CTD
    DT Swiss EXM 150
    DT 240 15/10mm hubs
    X9 crank w/36t Bling Ring
    XO rear d/shifter
    Syntace FlatForce 66mm stem
    King InSet

    Need to buy:
    Bars (Syntace Vector Carbon 740mm)
    Cassette (XO)
    Rims (650b or 26"?) and spokes
    Tires (Leading towards Schwalbe. NN or HD snakeskin)
    XT brakes
    Seat (Fizik)
    Seatpost

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    I'm set. Season starts in about 3 weeks. I cut it a bit fine finishing this off








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    Beautiful bike

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    2010 trek scratch 7 coil that i converted to air. I put a 2012 lyrik rc2dh fork set at 170 to match the frame and a monarch plus for the rear which should work awesome. I upgraded everything to x9 components. I installed a compand post from specialized on this bike but I had to buy a shim from 30.9 to 31.6 which worked good. I want to try to convert it to a 650B bike but dont think there is enough room with the new lyrik fork. Its a little on the porky side(35.5 lbs) but should be a fun bike going down the hills
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    Hereīs my rig:

    Frame: 2011 GT Force frame small size, 6" travel
    Fork: Rock Shox Pike Race U-turn 95-140mm
    Seatpost: CB Joplin 4R
    Handlebars: Specialized Enduro low rise 720mm
    Stem: Kalloy UNO 60mm
    Hubs: Novatec (DH-SB41 front, canīt recall rear model)
    Spokes and Nipples: Pillar 2.0mm/16mm
    Rims: DT Swiss 445D
    Brakes, crankset & RD: Shimano Deore
    Cassette: SRAM PG-970 11-34 (custom made from a 11-32 and spares)
    Pedals: CB Mallet (switching to some good olī shimano DX soon)
    Grips: Lizard Skins Peaty
    How it rides: f*ckin awesome
    Soon: Hopefully a Lyric and some offset bushings for the shock to slacken the HA




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