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    Picked up my Felt Q620 today.

    Can't wait to get got this weekend for a ride.

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    Really nice bike, I am looking at this bike myself!

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    It's a sharp looking bike.

    I could not help but notice one thing though. In the picture, the front brake caliper does not line up properly with the disc rotor. Verify that your bike does not exhibit the same problem.
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    It is a photo shoot bike - looks like a 7" caliper adapter w/ 6" rotor. Pretty common w/ bike co's to 'slap' a bike together before they have all of the correct parts/pieces in order to meet print deadlines for catalog/web photo shoots.

    Don't worry your brakes will line up just fine on the production version...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rkj__
    It's a sharp looking bike.

    I could not help but notice one thing though. In the picture, the front brake caliper does not line up properly with the disc rotor. Verify that your bike does not exhibit the same problem.
    No problem with the brakes on my bike. They work great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay68442
    No problem with the brakes on my bike. They work great.
    I did not think such an obvious problem would make it to the production bike, but I could not help pointing it out on the image.

    Glad your happy.
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    There is also a geometry change, the seatstay connection to the seat-tube is much lower compared from the 2009 model.

    Is this change for better handling or cosmetic?

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    I just picked up a Burnt Orange 2009 Felt Q620 for my first mountian bike got it for $629. Haven't rode it much plan on riding a bunch this weekend.

    Why is the 2009 Q620 MSRP $799 and the 2010 Q620 $649?

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