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    my Giant Reign X.0 custom

    Frame: Giant Reign X.0 size M

    Rear Shock: Fox RP 23

    Fork: RS Totem Solo Air 160 mm

    Rear Derailleur: SRAM X.0

    Shifter: SRAM X.9 trigger

    Chainset: RaceFace Atlas AM X-Type 36T E.13

    Bottom Bracket: Raceface X-Type

    Chainguide: E.13SRS

    Chain: SRAM 990

    Freewheel: Shimano XTR 2007 11-34

    Headset: CaneCreek

    Stem: Sunline V-1 AM 65 mm\OS

    Handlebar: Truvativ Holzfeller 680 OS

    Brakes: Formula Oro Puro 203|185 mm

    Rims: Mavic EX 721

    Hubs: WTB Laser Disc Super Duty/ Hope Pro II 10 mm through Saint axle

    Spokes: DT 2.0-1.8-2.0 Black

    Tyres: Schwalbe Fat Albert 2.35 snake skin

    Saddle: Fizik Tundra Carbon

    Seatpost: Thomson Elite

    Pedals: Wellgo B-??

    And some sexy stuff - Nokon, TBC barends, Middleburn, Sigma, Fizik saddlebag etc.

    Weight - less than 15 kg






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    WOW...well, let me start by welcoming you to the the boards mate. Next, let me just say that your bike is a great looking rig, well done on the upgrades and I hope you ride like a mad man.

    Love the RS Totem on it and think its a great fork for this bike Fr and Dh wise. Nice stem aswell, do you know the weight on that bad boy at all...?

    Where have you ridden your sexy looking beast so far...?
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    heh, nice bike dude =)

    some photos in XC and minidh








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    Nicely done. Way to put it to some good use!

    Keep the stoke coming.

    EB

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    nice bike, nice pics!!
    2013 Cannondale F29 2
    2013 Giant Seek 0
    2010 Specialized SX Trail
    2009 Cannondale Rize 4

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    Nice set up! How's the rp23 compare to a dhx? I still have a ways to go to get mine lighter.
    six pack cooler coming soon!

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    the RP platform damping works better, and ProPedal trigger is more comfortable to switch "on-the-road"

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    Niiiice I like it!

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    awesome! one of the nicest bikes I've seen

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    btw, how are you liking that tundra?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GAz67_3378
    the RP platform damping works better, and ProPedal trigger is more comfortable to switch "on-the-road"
    How does it compare in bump handling?

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    bueatiful bike!

    Very nice setup.

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    Very niice! Just needs a gravity dropper

    Totem Solo Air at 160mm? What did you do to the fork to shorten the travel? Why not just run a Lyrik and save the 3/4 lb? They are still plenty stiff. Also, did you run it at 180 and not like the geo. I'm probably going to a 180 fork next season, once I'm done with my 170mm 66.

    I have a Romic coil, DHX air, and RP23 all in the 7.875x2.25" size. I plan to test them out back to back, just haven't found the time. I may need to find the time now

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