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    question the glory is a substantial bike would anyone reccomend it for full time downhill?

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    question the glory is a substantial bike would anyone reccomend it for full time downhill?

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    how do you like the totem? i currently have a 2010 boxxer team and am thinking of switching to a totem...

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    Well, You may have read or heard that many new Totems and Boxxers, as well, came with dry top seals and insufficient amount of Red Rum oil.
    After quick service it is still not as sensitive as old 66, but definitely better than at beginning.
    I hope it's gonna be better as I ride it more.
    I chose Totem Solo Air for the second time, because I like SC forks and it's lite and it was cheap
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    What I dont understand guys, and please dont get me wrong - your builds look awesome -, is why, would you buy a glory frame , a dedicated DH frame, and build the bike as a freeride bike??

    Why didng you just go for the Faith???


    Im very curious about

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    Quote Originally Posted by cesalec


    What I dont understand guys, and please dont get me wrong - your builds look awesome -, is why, would you buy a glory frame , a dedicated DH frame, and build the bike as a freeride bike??

    Why didng you just go for the Faith???


    Im very curious about
    Other than not having a round seat tube, why not? The frames are close in weight, you get more travel, similar geometry, ect.

    By todays standards, the geometry of the Glory is closer to most modern freeride bikes anyway!
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    more travel i guess, some people just look at the numbers 8.0>7.0, the faith has a more progressive rate to the suspension. It's similar to the different glorys from a couple of years ago, when i got mine,that year the dh(race) glorys had 8.8 inches of travel and the zero had a single crown and "only" 8 inches of travel. Basicly if you're going down a trail of boulders the longer travel ,less progressive, suspension will let the wheel move more without disturbing the stability of the rider. The progressive travel won't be as plush or fast through that type of trail,but on bigger hits that may slam bottom on the 8.0 the 7.0 won't. IF done properly it may be hard to tell visually ,if you looked at pics of both bikes landing off a fairly big jump they might both be in the last inch of travel but the less progressive longer travel may be slamming metal to metal, but the last inch of travel on the freeride is tough ,it's hard to bottom.If you know this about the different suspensions and you ride more like a race and don't really jump or do big drops ,the glory may be a good choice for free ride. When i look at the pricing i'm surprized anybody builds bikes part by part. If i were updating a bike with a new frame only,maybe, but if i need a frame and fork,i'd buy the complete in a minute the rest of the parts are very cheap at that point.

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    sorry man you got me kind lost in the explanation

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    what herbn's saying makes plenty of sense, depending on riding style and terrain some folks might prefer the suspension behavior of the glory vs. that of the faith. the glory's suspension has more "squish" but doesn't firm up towards the end of its travel so it's easier to bottom-out, where the faith's more progressive suspension soaks up big hits and landings without the tendency to bottom-out...
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    As others said, as long as you aren't a total hack it feels like a snappy 7" bike, but when hauling through the rough, the extra inch comes alive easily. The RC4 has quite a bit of damping, so personally I'm still dialing it all in. So far I would say it jumps better then any DH bike I've ever ridden. However, I've only got 7 days on it so far due to winter and that is the tread with most bikes lately.

    To answer the question, I went this route cause I needed a DH bike occasionally cause I ride with a bunch of solid racer types(and like to keep up or ride at least mid pack), but you are right, the rest of the time I'd be just fine on the Faith. I just can't afford both and I am sick of having a dedicated DH bike that is only at it's best 10 days a year. I was using the Reign X everywhere, but then it had to stay heavy and wasn't as fun for ~50 XC days a year. Now it's going on a diet and may be replaced with a Reign frame. Instead I will spend 30 min to switch the Glory to DH mode for those 10 days.

    Also, some of my friends ride Can Diggle's and Session's with Totem's as their trail bikes so it evens the playing field. Also, I can't stand missing a line cause I don't feel like I have enough bike for my skills. At 37 lbs w/Hammerschmidt I can go anywhere. This is all I bring to places like Moab.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happhazard
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    Light frame+ nuetral geometry= a bike that can do almost everything!
    What do you mean by neutral geometry?? (im trying to learn something new)

    I am a fan of Giant since I ever rode my Reign 0 2008, and Im definititely considering getting a new bigger bike without being a DH bike. As for 2 of my bros they do need DH bikes (currently riding IH 7.3s).

    But for me it was always clear the the Glory , particularly the 2010 was due to geometry a dedicated Downhill bike.

    I have been watching the Pivot Firebird closely, but it goes only to 170mm forks (which is probably more than enough for me) but still the price tag is way to high...

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    now it kinda makes sense, there is something in the geometry of the Glory I like more over the Faith, and to be honest for my riding skills a double crown DH fork seems to much a liryk or Totem upt 180mm might even be to much for me....

    and I kinda dont like the reign X although the 2010 is huge improvement over any of the past.

    hmm well see, I have to wait the Euro to go up and the prices in america to come down so i can pull the trigger

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    an anodized black frame would be awesome =)))1

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    i think "neutral geometry" is just sort of a industry catch phraze,advertizing lingo, for not to steep and not to sluggish,mama bears' bike,just middle of the road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cesalec


    What I dont understand guys, and please dont get me wrong - your builds look awesome -, is why, would you buy a glory frame , a dedicated DH frame, and build the bike as a freeride bike??

    Why didng you just go for the Faith???


    Im very curious about
    I decided to get Glory frame over Faith because of:
    slacker HA
    same weight but more travel
    RC4 shock
    colors and graphics
    and after I lost my previous Glory I already had my "almost-dream-setup" in my mind

    It seems I have forgotten to show Glory's latest 2009 version

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    I see, but what is the advantage of a slacker HA? do a couple of degrees make such a difference?

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    Oh, You would be surprised if You asked such question on RM
    You definitely feel the difference between nearly 67* on Faith and 64,5* (in fact) on Glory.
    Does it make me faster... maybe Time will show
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    Nah...ill give you a race frango on the Faith matey he he he, besides you have had too many beers bro so we'll take it to the next level lol...J/K

    BTW, your build came out really really nice...no bling is good but the rotors mate? I would have thought you would go floating rotors with those brakes because the stopping power and modulation is perhaps neglegible for any rotational weight there but I do see you trying to shave the weight down to its minimalist state though.

    Excellent built though as well as sticking to the clipless pedels and burly SCFork...nice. Play time.

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    RM?? Ride Monkey?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cesalec
    RM?? Ride Monkey?
    Yup

    No doubts about that, Sim except the beer :P
    Yes... rotors and pedals are some kind of experiment.
    Some people are using such rotors with good results and no complains (i.e. xy9ine)
    But, I haven't had a chance to try them in real terrain. If they appear to be shitty, I will switch to Avid G3 rotors.
    About pedals... theoretically, they are strong. The cage uses a material very similar to what's on Shimano DX - nylon-carbon composite. But, the construction is different. If they (Syncros) burst into pieces after first hit, I will move back to DX
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    I have been using those rotors for over a year, and I love the braking feel, really good modulation and control, plenty of stopping power for my needs, they weigh less than a 180mm avid rotor, and less than half the price of hope floating rotors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flystagg
    I have been using those rotors for over a year, and I love the braking feel, really good modulation and control, plenty of stopping power for my needs, they weigh less than a 180mm avid rotor, and less than half the price of hope floating rotors.
    I am happy to hear that
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    Hi guys I certainly love the looks of that frame, and i am a fan of the Maestro system, but after walking down the DH course over here in the weekend, it made me really wonder about the 2010 frame realiabilty and durability for such abuse. Im certain a Trek Session would have broken easily in the course..

    I would glady hear your experiences throught the year about such issues with this new beauty. ..

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    Frango - How tall are you, if you don't mind me asking? The ST isn't listed on Giant's chart, what is the actual measurement for the ST of the small frame? I'm torn between the XS and S frame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by herbn
    more travel i guess, some people just look at the numbers 8.0>7.0, the faith has a more progressive rate to the suspension. It's similar to the different glorys from a couple of years ago, when i got mine,that year the dh(race) glorys had 8.8 inches of travel and the zero had a single crown and "only" 8 inches of travel. Basicly if you're going down a trail of boulders the longer travel ,less progressive, suspension will let the wheel move more without disturbing the stability of the rider. The progressive travel won't be as plush or fast through that type of trail,but on bigger hits that may slam bottom on the 8.0 the 7.0 won't. IF done properly it may be hard to tell visually ,if you looked at pics of both bikes landing off a fairly big jump they might both be in the last inch of travel but the less progressive longer travel may be slamming metal to metal, but the last inch of travel on the freeride is tough ,it's hard to bottom.If you know this about the different suspensions and you ride more like a race and don't really jump or do big drops ,the glory may be a good choice for free ride. When i look at the pricing i'm surprized anybody builds bikes part by part. If i were updating a bike with a new frame only,maybe, but if i need a frame and fork,i'd buy the complete in a minute the rest of the parts are very cheap at that point.
    Metal to metal...http://www.pinkbike.com/photo/4833764/, I get what you're saying, this shot was taken from 3 feet drop.
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    darkzeon, I am 170cm and Glory S fits me perfectly. It has ca. 2cm lower standover than 2008 Glory S (FR).
    I've also had 2006 Glory DH XS and it was too short and had higher standover.

    I've spent Easter riding my bike in real mountains
    I am very happy with the way it works Both front and rear end are plush and sensitive.
    Totem works properly, now. RC4 is not as slow as it was at the beginning.
    Alligator Windcutter rotors provide enough stopping power
    I've got first ding in BB area... but the frame is still in one piece
    I can't wait to ride it more
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    Quote Originally Posted by frango
    darkzeon, I am 170cm and Glory S fits me perfectly. It has ca. 2cm lower standover than 2008 Glory S (FR).
    I've also had 2006 Glory DH XS and it was too short and had higher standover
    I'm looking forward owning a Glory, but availability here is still non existent. I'll be following the progress of your thread. My plan is also put on my current 66 180mm fork when the Glory's do arrive. BTW, did your Totem come with two different springs?
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    So Frango...a year on down the trail (pun intended), how does it feel and what are your impressions of the rotors/ set up. Any changes made since then...?

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    Yeah, tell us about your impressions pozdrowienia

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    Sim and BOR, rotors are perfecly fine. I've just replaced front Elixir with Code 2011 (not R), but let's get to the beginning.

    I installed rotors in the beginning of 2010. I've been several times in Polish and Slovakian mountains, since then. Not hardcore DH, but descent riding with a lot of braking
    Then, I've been 2 weeks in French Alps - Alpes d'Huez and Les Deux Alps. A looooooot of braking coz you can i.e. ride down from top of Pic Blanc (3200m) to the village or even further, to the level of 750m. Or you can merge 3 trails, which make 20min pretty steep, non-stop ride
    Brakes never boiled. I haven't felt any excessive fading. Rotors are still strait, so no overheating problems.
    I am using Unex Termo Dissipators Sintered pads. I chose them, coz I heard this kind of rotors eat organic pads for breakfast Sintered pads last pretty long. But, I usually don't ride in deep mud.
    Setup was pretty tricky. Due to huge venting holes in rotors, I felt wobbling on the brake lever and saw fork moving back and forth. What I had to do, was to trim down tri-align washers under caliper, which lowered caliper about 2mm, so the pad didn't interfere with rotor holes. It was a problem on 203mm rotor on the front. No need for such hassle with the rear brake.
    Upgrade - front Code 2011 with original organic parts. Installation was very easy. I just had to change 1 washer.
    First impression from the point of view of new caliper/rotor is good. Slight wobbling disappeared. I suspect, it's due the longer/bigger pad on Code. I am going to try Avid's sintered pads since Unex doesn't have Termo Dissipator pads for Code 2011, yet.
    However, the brake itself needs rebleeding, coz I am on the end of pad contact adjustment.
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    Ahhh...I've heard similar probs as you've had with those specific rotors. Myself, I almost, 'almost' bought them from a weight perspective but went the Hope floating rotor as there is no going back after that.

    Yeah the sintered pads are a no brainer in that regard but the organics wear down REAL fast on some seriously hard on/ off braking over the course of a few weeks or more of intensive riding, but I find the sintered also have better modulation and control for those constant braking moments.

    What are your thoughts in the bike as a whole now that you've ha a while...great yeah! I LOVE the Faith although the cable routing, like yours on the Glory as stock, is idiotic! Have you played around with that aspect? BTW, go for the titanium rotor bolts as well as for other other associated hardware, saves a few grams here and there.

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    Larger, Code's, pads seem to solve wobbling problem. I will check it on some descents next week.
    I chose these rotors, coz they were cheap and light And if they were crappy, I would just throw them to garbage.
    They didn't let me down, so far. And I am not going to ride in such steep terrain as AdH or L2A this year, so I am not worry about performance.
    Well, I am a bit biased, coz I've been on Giant bikes since nearly 10 years. I had original Faith, and three Glories. I've watched Giant's big bikes evolution and I know they follow right path. Current Glory is one of the best DH bikes you can get. And the money I pay for it beats everything else on the market ;>
    As you know, I built mine quite light. Surprisingly, none of components failed. Yes, you can ruin these rims on one rocky trail, but as I don't plow, they hold pretty well.
    The bike is poppy, agile and nimble.
    I've rerouted cables on me first Glory 2010 frame. I've also rerouted cables using 2 Jag Wire aluminum cables stoppers, recently. It works perfectly, so far.
    I've got Ti rotor bolts, Ti bolts on calipers.
    Latest updates are:
    Shimano XTR Trail pedals, Code 2011 front brake.
    Future updates are:
    2x Minions DHF 2,5" EXO 3C, which, if proves in normal terrain, gonna shave 500g and 2012 Fox 36 180 Kashima Float, which will shave another 300g
    Which will lower the weight to the level of ca. 14,7kg
    Far future update: Vivid Air maybe.
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    Yeah I'm definitely with you on the new Fox-180 band wagon and will put that on the Faith. My spec mentality is very much like yourself I'm trying to lighten it up somewhat. I mean I live to go big but I never plough or rough ride'n'wreck but, on a few dodgy landings I've Pretzled a few wheels. Although I would think that would happen on any naffed landing, so it's all good.

    I recently ordered the Nukeproof 2.5 x 2:75" titanium spring for the stock shock on the Faith but wanted to get the titanium bolt hardware for that, yet couldn't find it yet. The replacement shock I'll get later will also be able to use the titanium spring so long term thinking on that aspect is all good.

    What were the bits of hardware you used to anchor the cables around the shock rockers mate?

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    I am not going big so often, anymore, so these light parts will most probably last pretty long.
    Rims which I've got a re so cheap, that I could replace them twice a year, but they survived 1,5 season. I will replace rear before summer trip to France, just in case.
    First thing I did with suspension, was to precisely check which spring I need. I went down from stock 450 to 300! :O and then I ordered titanium spring at DSP. It could be 275lbs, but I am not a racer, so that's not a problem for me. Since I managed to bottom out few times on hard landings, it's acceptable. Possible switching to air shock will solve this issue
    You mean Jag Wire thingies? http://www.jagwireusa.com/img/products/lg/DCA053.jpg
    DCA053 Alloy Stick-On Cable Guide Silver 4pcs Blister Pack
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    Ah...ok now I get you on the clips. I always find that when using those, it's best to pre-wash the area with alcohol (no...! Not the beer) to take away any gunk as they ten to stick longer.

    Yeah the spring I ordered was a 400lb spring, which should be more then enough but obviously not too strong as I need it to be more plush with more feedback so that it is more subtle creating less spike in the repound also allowing the shocks stock (lack of) settings to react more to the trail. The previous stock spring was a 450lb spring, which wa just too much and very harsh, this complicated the balance between the front and rear shock too, was not fun.

    In terms of wheels, yeah...that's a tricky subject and quite paradoxical in that I've already got a semi-decent set but require a more robust wheelset that ha a better hub with alot of engagement over the current yet at the same time, like yourself I too would like to get a fairly strong cheaper set that I can worry less about and just use for those more leary situations or just for bombing around.

    The jury is still out as to what to get...or, get both.

    BTW, what was the brand of titanium spring that you settled on?

    France...might be going there next year, so prey tell mate, what I the best season you think and the best place for FR@DH? I have a few places in mind, but you seem to frequent that zone more then myself. So I'll take advice where I can and them break-out on the web to search further. Cheers.

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    This I what I did, but i used chemical thinner. All strong alcohol already drunk

    I am ca. 140lbs un-geared, so 300lbs is max what I need.

    About wheels, I really can't complain about Hope hubs or DT Comp spokes. As for rims, I'd love to try some carbon rims or at least ZTR Flows, but it's too expensive for me, at the moment. Moreover, I am not 100% convinced FOR switching for Stan's with regular tires, yet.

    I am going to try Minions 2,5 EXO 3C in late summer. Will see if they work with thin innertubes for me.

    If I get super low price... maybe

    I've for good offer from Fadi from DSP

    Oh, I love PdS Tons of different trails. Ben is doing great job on the Swiss side of the region. We are going to focus more on Morgins and Champery this time

    And next year I still hope to manage to go to Whistler
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    I tell you what, post thread view from the iphone is painful with so many minor typos that when I get back to the computer, I look like a moronic ***** whose just recently undergone a frontal lobotomy...argh!

    Oh sweet...now I am envious!!!!

    Bugger, have to sleep...will catch back in the morning with a comment!

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    I don't know if any1 is interested, but I've been told by Cane Creek employee that they are working on DBair with 15mm (instead of 16mm) eyelets to allow Glory and some older Spesh bike owners use latest CC product.
    If you'd like to ride DBair on your Glory, as I do, write CC
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    So, I've just finished rebuilding new bike
    There was slight problem with headset, one part was missing, but it's done

    Surprisingly, even though, the frame is rad heavier, the bike is still 14,82kg Or maybe my scale broke down and doesn't show anything else!?





    Some numbers:
    wheel base: ca. 1170mm
    BB height: 345mm
    TT horizontal: ~555-560mm
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    Interested to hear how you like the change. I'm still thinking I'll keep the older frame for my use as I like the steeper HA for using the bike as a trail bike in places like Moab. I've been rocking a Monarch+ with 2.6" stroke for about a year now and it is very well balanced with the Totem.

    I've actually been thinking of going XX1 to eliminate the Hammerschmidt, but it will be a while till I can easily adapt the 150mm King hub and of course I couldn't run a XX1 crank cause of the 83mm width. I really think they are missing a market option with the 1x11. For me, it could turn every DH bike into an AM bike without hurting DH performance at all. I've even thought of switching to a Canfield One, just so I could fit XX1.

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    Well, as for geometry, I have had FSA Option on 2010 frame. Even though, I had little opportunity to ride, this season, I really liked it. So, replacing the frame is not a huge change for me. Rather getting things working w/o issues, like headset clicking.
    As for drivetrain, I've been thinking about switching do 10sp Zee rear mech, but it involves replacing few other components and spending quite a lot of money. I will stick to 9sp Sram for another season.
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    Good job!

    Very nice bike.
    I see that the passion is still there. Good
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