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    07 FXR questions

    What changes have been made between the '10 FXR and the '07?

    Does anyone know the weight of a medium '07 frame with a ti coil shock?

    What does a '10 medium FXR weigh?

    Thanks

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    This forum is a ghost town. Hope this isn't a sign of the state of Foes.

    Helloooooooooooooooooooooo...................., helloooooooooooooooooooooooooo.............

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    I think it might have picked up 1/2" of travel and maybe dropped a little weight, but can't say for sure. I know the XCT-5 (which I have) had similar changes.

    I think a light build FXR can come in around 30 lbs or maybe a little less. Most of them seem to weigh in a little more when built with beefy AM parts. My XCT was 27lbs 10oz when I first put it together with very light parts and wheels.

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    Hi

    My Large 2007 FXR with ti coil was about 8.5lbs and my bike came in at 33.5lb.

    The 2010 FXR's have 0.5'' more travel are a bit lighter and have the option of 150mm rear end and floating brake.

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    Thanks!

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    My 2010 weighed just over 8lbs with 150 bolt through and ibs, medium, my 07 weighed about half a pound less with ti coil. The frame now has a tapered steerer too. My new one weighs between 31.5lbs and 34.5lbs depending on what wheels and tyres and normal or uppy downy seatpost.i might lose a bit of weight when the devilles turn up, my 07 one weighed 33-34lb depending on tyres.

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