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    My Anthem is a PIG!!!!

    I need to put it on a diet.
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    that's hardly bad!

    is it completely stock? any upgrades planned?

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    [size=1]- nothing stock here - move right along now -
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    Is that stock setup? The one at the shop felt a little heavier than that without pedals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _hamilton
    Is that stock setup? The one at the shop felt a little heavier than that without pedals.
    Nice setup!

    The stock set up is about 25.4 lbs. I think Gambo changed out the wheelset, tires, shifter/ rear derailure, seatpost, saddle, and.... I dunno what else.

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    Its an 18. I re built the wheels with the WTB laser lite hubs rev. 2.0 1.5 spokes, alloy nips,XT cassette, sram holow pin chain, EC70seat post, EC90 h-bar , twin ti eggs ,gobi ti sadel, x9 shifters anr rear derr. maxxlite 310 (race tire only) tires, tubo tubes. I know the scale isnt perfect but is close. The bike is very light. I still need a new stem,brakes (marta Sl) cranks then I will be done. The bike ride great, it goes up like its real light but on the DH is dosent feel scechy at all feels very stable. One of the best race bike iv had and iv had a lot. I have worked at a bike shop for about 20 years and have had over 40 high end bikes so far this is the best XC racer IMO. BTW the stem on it now is a EA50 Easton.

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    That bike is a pig!!!!

    First of all get rid of the water bottle cage, then get rid of the chain. Once you get rid of the chain you will have almost zero pedalling resistance.

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