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    Quote Originally Posted by r1enthusiast View Post
    wondering about rotor size, i got the talon 1 as well and the brake noise is horrendous. I decided to upgrade to windcutters but I see that people go bigger in the front. What is the pro's con's to this.
    Pros- The larger rotor gives more stopping power and won't heat up as quickly

    Cons- Increased weight, need to purchase mounting brackets.


    If you are doing a lot of downhill then a larger rotor may make sense for you. If you are doing mostly XC with some downhill I would stay with the 160 size. Although with the Windcutters I accidently just ordered the wrong size on price point. So I can tell you if you go larger on the front to 180mm you will drop 10 grams from the stock rotors, if you do the 160mm you save 30 grams over stock. The choice is yours. I upgraded my brakes to Hayes Stroker Trails and it really helped. If you are looking for more braking power would look to replacing your brakes first then the rotor size. Hope this helps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiRt DeViL View Post
    Get a white Selle Italia ProLink or SLR gel flow.
    I purchased a Sette Rez Ti saddle and it saved about 130 grams over stock and looks much nicer, however I found the stock seat more comfortable. Now I'm wishing I would have just went for the Italia or WTB Devo although it would have cost twice as much. Buy cheap, buy twice I haven't ridden with my padded shorts yet though, which I'm sure it will be fine with so I'll probably keep it a while.

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    I don't mean to post whore it up, but here's what I purchased recently for the Talon. I have the front brake installed but I ordered one of the rotors in the wrong size so the rears are still waiting in the box for my rear windcutter rotor to come. The Hayes feel great when I got them heated up on a ride last night, however they are still scrubbing in and aren't up to full performance yet.





    I do have one question though, my brake pads lightly rub my rotor on the front. Is this normal? I know my brake caliper is properly centered, and i properly torqued down my rotor with my torque wrench in the correct star pattern. I read in the directions about removing the caliper and pushing back the pistons, should I do this or just let them wear in? I mean the wheel still spins normally when the front tire is lifted of the ground, however i know there is a little friction there. Let me know your input, thanks!

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    That's my concern with the Charge saddle, you get what you pay for. Used a Ritchey Veem Marathon for a while (my roadie still has it) and is on the hard side when compared to the ProLink that my son has or the Rocket V that I use.

    The padding on the shorts helps but is not a cushion.

    Invest on a good saddle, it's a key component.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joes Rocket View Post
    I do have one question though, my brake pads lightly rub my rotor on the front. Is this normal? I know my brake caliper is properly centered, and i properly torqued down my rotor with my torque wrench in the correct star pattern. I read in the directions about removing the caliper and pushing back the pistons, should I do this or just let them wear in? I mean the wheel still spins normally when the front tire is lifted of the ground, however i know there is a little friction there. Let me know your input, thanks!
    What I do is push the pistons all the way back and before fully tightening the caliper will press the lever to center the caliper and with the lever pressed tighten the bolts; new pads will always rub a little.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiRt DeViL View Post
    What I do is push the pistons all the way back and before fully tightening the caliper will press the lever to center the caliper and with the lever pressed tighten the bolts; new pads will always rub a little.
    Thanks! That helps. I think I will try pushing the pistons back and doing it again. I did mount them the way above, but didn't push back the pistons first. My rubbing is very slight, but you can hear it when you ride. I'll update when I get home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joes Rocket View Post
    Pros- The larger rotor gives more stopping power and won't heat up as quickly

    Cons- Increased weight, need to purchase mounting brackets.


    If you are doing a lot of downhill then a larger rotor may make sense for you. If you are doing mostly XC with some downhill I would stay with the 160 size. Although with the Windcutters I accidently just ordered the wrong size on price point. So I can tell you if you go larger on the front to 180mm you will drop 10 grams from the stock rotors, if you do the 160mm you save 30 grams over stock. The choice is yours. I upgraded my brakes to Hayes Stroker Trails and it really helped. If you are looking for more braking power would look to replacing your brakes first then the rotor size. Hope this helps!
    awesome, Yea I only do xc with a little downhill on mine. Makes sense on why people go bigger but why 180 in the front and 160 in the back. I would think you would want equal stopping power all around

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    Yeah I accidently bought 160/180 because that's all they had so I assumed it was standard. I talked to my friend who's a tech at the LBS and he explained it to me. I took the weights on a digi scale though so they are accurate. Even though I had the larger rotors I just bought the rear 140 rotor instead of the adapters to fit the calipers with the larger rotors. I may eventually go to the larger rotors if I don't feel like this is too much brake with my setup. I'm used to riding a sport bike (08 CBR600RR) so I was spoiled and I wanted great modulation and too much power. I'll update when I get them both set up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joes Rocket View Post
    Yeah I accidently bought 160/180 because that's all they had so I assumed it was standard. I talked to my friend who's a tech at the LBS and he explained it to me. I took the weights on a digi scale though so they are accurate. Even though I had the larger rotors I just bought the rear 140 rotor instead of the adapters to fit the calipers with the larger rotors. I may eventually go to the larger rotors if I don't feel like this is too much brake with my setup. I'm used to riding a sport bike (08 CBR600RR) so I was spoiled and I wanted great modulation and too much power. I'll update when I get them both set up.
    Yea I did some research as well, looks like you get better stopping power with the 180 in the front and 160 in the rear. I think its mostly for downhill but i am still reading. believe me i feel your pain 04 R1 but on a good hill it makes you smile just as much

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    The reason is that the front brake is the one that does most of the work and that's why makes sense to have a bigger rotor if you want more stopping power. The rear is more for control than stopping and that's why weight weenies go with 140mm rotors on the back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by r1enthusiast View Post
    Yea I did some research as well, looks like you get better stopping power with the 180 in the front and 160 in the rear. I think its mostly for downhill but i am still reading. believe me i feel your pain 04 R1 but on a good hill it makes you smile just as much
    I hear ya. I just sold my motorcycle last month because the mountain bike could give me the same smiles (well almost), however the sport bike just begs you to do illegal things to get those smiles. So I sold it to get a boat and figured I would get my two wheel thrills off road for now. My brakes will be perfect when I can roll a stoppie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joes Rocket View Post
    I hear ya. I just sold my motorcycle last month because the mountain bike could give me the same smiles (well almost), however the sport bike just begs you to do illegal things to get those smiles. So I sold it to get a boat and figured I would get my two wheel thrills off road for now. My brakes will be perfect when I can roll a stoppie
    +1 to that, I always said ill just do a little over the speed limit....140 mph later I had to make a decision. Now all I worry about is big rocks lol

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    Yeah, the sportbike was awesome, but once you hit 50 it would just start getting on the pipe and starting to make power and it just would beg for more haha. There was just something about hitting 7k rpm and hearing those second injectors kick in, it would make the hair stand up on your neck.

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    After 1 ride with the Reba can honestly say that is a lot better than the Radion, tracks better and doesn't transmit a lot of vibration to the handlebar but didn't felt as nice as the Zocchi 44 TST2, that could be due to break in or the need to further adjust.

    You Reba RLT riders could you please share your settings? Tried the suggested +/- psi's (135), the flood gate is almost open and found it too harsh. My weight is 200 btw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiRt DeViL View Post
    After 1 ride with the Reba can honestly say that is a lot better than the Radion, tracks better and doesn't transmit a lot of vibration to the handlebar but didn't felt as nice as the Zocchi 44 TST2, that could be due to break in or the need to further adjust.

    You Reba RLT riders could you please share your settings? Tried the suggested +/- psi's (135), the flood gate is almost open and found it too harsh. My weight is 200 btw.
    The suggested numbers did not work for me at all. WAY too stiff. I weigh 140 and with gear am probably around 150. Currently running 90+ 80- with the Floodgate all the way open. Probably still have a little tweaking to do, but so far that is working great for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbdennis View Post
    The suggested numbers did not work for me at all. WAY too stiff. I weigh 140 and with gear am probably around 150. Currently running 90+ 80- with the Floodgate all the way open. Probably still have a little tweaking to do, but so far that is working great for me.
    Good to hear, was having buyers remorse with this fork. Will use your ratio as a baseline for further testing/adjusting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiRt DeViL View Post
    Good to hear, was having buyers remorse with this fork. Will use your ratio as a baseline for further testing/adjusting.
    I also found quite a bit of good information in this thread: Reba fine tuning - I think with a little tweaking you will get it to where you like it.

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    would the SLX 2x9 cranks, SH-FCM665, work on a 2x9 or 2x8 ghetto conversion?

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    Dennis, the Floodgate opens clock wise or counter clock wise?

    The documentation from RS sucks!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bosbik View Post
    would the SLX 2x9 cranks, SH-FCM665, work on a 2x9 or 2x8 ghetto conversion?
    They should.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiRt DeViL View Post
    Dennis, the Floodgate opens clock wise or counter clock wise?

    The documentation from RS sucks!!!
    it opens Counter Clockwise. So if you move it all the way clockwise and move the blue compression know back counter clockwise you should notice that it is fully (mostly) locked out. If you then leave the compression locked out and move the floodgate fully counter clockwise you should basically now have no lockout (because the floodgate is wide open).

    Hope this helps! I am running about 15-16 clicks from wide open (and rarely lockout the fork when riding).

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiRt DeViL View Post
    They should.
    thanks!..wont ther be chain issues or shifting issues any one can think of?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bosbik View Post
    thanks!..wont ther be chain issues or shifting issues any one can think of?
    It depends. If you currently have an 8 speed setup and get a 9 speed crank, then you will probably want to get a 9 speed chain (should work fine with the other 8 speed components). As for shifting issues, you will just need to adjust the limit screws (probably just the upper limit screw) so that you are not able to attempt to shift to the big ring that is no longer there. I did this on my talon and it works fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbdennis View Post
    It depends. If you currently have an 8 speed setup and get a 9 speed crank, then you will probably want to get a 9 speed chain (should work fine with the other 8 speed components). As for shifting issues, you will just need to adjust the limit screws (probably just the upper limit screw) so that you are not able to attempt to shift to the big ring that is no longer there. I did this on my talon and it works fine.
    Listen to Dennis, he knows this stuff.

    Be careful with the SLX 2 ring cranks, some are specifically for 10 speeds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiRt DeViL View Post
    Listen to Dennis, he knows this stuff.

    Be careful with the SLX 2 ring cranks, some are specifically for 10 speeds.
    Aw, thanks

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    I'm a new MTB owner with a Talon 29er 0 (as of late June). I've made a few mods and have Maxxis tires on the way. Those Kenda SB8's that come with it are NOT confidence inspiring (2 crashes later). I run through a trail that has sandy sections in it, and with the midwest drought it's even sandier at times.

    I'm posting some pics as suggested and included a pic of the PVC stand I build to house the bike when not in use. I weighted the stand with sand and spray painted it black. Holds all of my gear. It was a fun project.




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    Quote Originally Posted by cbhiii View Post
    I'm a new MTB owner with a Talon 29er 0 (as of late June). I've made a few mods and have Maxxis tires on the way. Those Kenda SB8's that come with it are NOT confidence inspiring (2 crashes later). I run through a trail that has sandy sections in it, and with the midwest drought it's even sandier at times.

    I'm posting some pics as suggested and included a pic of the PVC stand I build to house the bike when not in use. I weighted the stand with sand and spray painted it black. Holds all of my gear. It was a fun project.



    Great freakin idea!!! Got me thinkin... thanks for sharing!

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    I love the stand, that's awesome. Looks like I have a new project this week!

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    Yeah it occurred to me that I needed something soon after I got the bike. Version 1 didn't have the pipes going up that hold my gear which was no problem since I hadn't glued it together yet. So version 2 included that and pegs for my shoes. I'll send another pic or two of just the rack when I'm back home to help clarify the design.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbhiii View Post
    Yeah it occurred to me that I needed something soon after I got the bike. Version 1 didn't have the pipes going up that hold my gear which was no problem since I hadn't glued it together yet. So version 2 included that and pegs for my shoes. I'll send another pic or two of just the rack when I'm back home to help clarify the design.
    Thanks. I will be waiting for that, as I plan on building this! I needed something exactly like that, and just never got around to putting any thought into it!

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    Looks like I can't post links to this forum until I have 10 post replies...

    PM me. I'll give you a link.

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    nice talon guys! this is mine, stock

    btw its for sale
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    Quote Originally Posted by DiRt DeViL View Post
    Listen to Dennis, he knows this stuff.

    Be careful with the SLX 2 ring cranks, some are specifically for 10 speeds.
    hehehe...i always listen to you guys..
    well I am going to get a used 2x9 slx crank...may need a bashring though...got overshifting issues so getting a bbg

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbdennis View Post
    I also found quite a bit of good information in this thread: Reba fine tuning - I think with a little tweaking you will get it to where you like it.
    That thread is so long that is hard to find what I'm looking for, found this on the Service section of the Rock Shox page; hope this help us fine tune it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiRt DeViL View Post
    That thread is so long that is hard to find what I'm looking for, found this on the Service section of the Rock Shox page; hope this help us fine tune it.
    Sweet find! Thanks for sharing.

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    Following the recommendations on the last page set mine 110+ 120- with the floodgate almost wide open at 20% sag, will see tomorrow how it does.

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    I posted my PVC stand to a different thread with some new pics if interested:

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiRt DeViL View Post
    Following the recommendations on the last page set mine 110+ 120- with the floodgate almost wide open at 20% sag, will see tomorrow how it does.
    HUGE!!! difference from how it felt las week, we just did the Shindagin Shindig Jam, the place is packed with roots and rocks and the fork performed great, a little more tweaking and should be sweet.

    My kid after the first run

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    does anyone here has the 2013 talons already?

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    Ya, I just got mine in last Friday. It's a 2013 Giant Talon 29er 0 XL

    <a href="https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/aK4WWxriGuY2UARQa1rYgx2O9JfogtDmPjgFNB_KiVg?feat=e mbedwebsite"><img src="https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/--_eZikYrpo0/UFFtn9GQIcI/AAAAAAAAABw/EGmaI4a56nY/s800/IMG_0132.JPG" height="600" width="800" /></a>

    I had originally ordered a 2012 Talon 0 but they ran out of stock before the order was put in by the shop but after I put a deposit down. As a result, I was offered this one for a little more and I decided to go for it.

    I like the remote lockout that is not mentioned in the Giant Specs page. I preferred the color scheme of the 2012's but I like the semi-gloss of this finish. I had to replace the stock seat with my relatively new and better fitting WTB Pure V. I may replace the grips with my Ergon GP-1 L grips from my older bike but I'm going to try stock for a while longer before I do. Overall it's a better fit for me but I have yet to really test it. My only experience so far has been 30 miles or so of riding on asphalt. I'll be taking it to the trails tomorrow.

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    Neutrino, how do you like the Pure V?

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    I got the Pure V on my Talon and its real nice. IMO, Its still a small seat, but has enough cushion to make your rides more enjoyable. I'm a big dude and I've been riding on that seat since Spring.

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    2012 Talon 2 with charge spoon saddle, race face ride stem, Easton EA 70 bars, Reba RL QR, ODI rogue grips


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    Here I am with my bike. I just added the hayes stroker trail brakes in white of course along with the alligator wind cutter rotors. I upgraded the front rotor size to 180mm so i could easily modulate stoppies, and it made a HUGE difference. Now the strokers really shine. I kept the 160mm on the rear. I need to start playing with the tuning on my Reba RLT, I've had it about a month and a half now and I love it. The sette seat dropped a lot of grams as well, however it isn't too comfortable and I don't think I will stick with it too long. It's a pity though because its so light and the white and black complements the bike well. It isn't too bad with padded shorts on though. Anyways, on with the pics:









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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawnk386 View Post
    2012 Talon 2 with charge spoon saddle, race face ride stem, Easton EA 70 bars, Reba RL QR, ODI rogue grips

    did you remove the big chainring and installed a bash?

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    [QUOTE=Joes Rocket;9695470]Here I am with my bike. The sette seat dropped a lot of grams as well, however it isn't too comfortable and I don't think I will stick with it too long. It's a pity though because its so light and the white and black complements the bike well. It isn't too bad with padded shorts on though.

    I cut the quote down to just the seat part.
    You have most likely learned already that these seats are intended/designed to be used with "padded shorts" =chamos. Don't give up your very nice saddle. Get a couple good pair of "padded shorts". Enjoy.

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    2012 talon 1

    i had my doubts about selecting this bike as i was lusting for an air9 from jenson. couple reasons i opted out were, LBS needs $ more than jenson & the talon 1 was 1/2 the price. im an impulse buyer but had done extensive research. i now am on the look out for a DH/FR, maybe a glory? i like the frame alot, tires are good for hardpack/pavement, the drivetrain sucks, elixers are ok, avid rotors blow as well as the spaghetti like fork. whew! but thats me being picky. all in all its a great step in the right direction. i would have got the 0, but they didnt have my size and after walking 3 miles in +100* i was def riding something home.

    bought july 3 12

    changes are:
    pedals-atomlab pimplite wrx- feckin love em w/ some sticky shoes
    post-RF ride- not an upgrade but trying to strip some giant badges. think i counted 23 on bike!
    saddle-charge spoon- comfy and cheap $27
    spacers- bling factor
    stem- nukeproof warhead 50mm
    bars- nuke proof warhead 760's cut to 720mm- this length bar with short stem = touchy steering, less forgiving but sooooo much better for me
    grips- yeti- love em as they are thick, chunky, & super sticky. cant beat em for $24 oh and 2 lock rings per
    sram 8spd powerlink chain- these arent made for my abuse. burned one up in 8 wks.

    near future:
    gravity dropper classic
    panaracer FireXC Pro
    azonic convertible 20x110 front hub
    manitou tower pro 120mm 20mm axle
    Shimano Deore M590 Triple Chainset
    mrp lrp chainguide & tensioner
    x9 or x0 deraileurs
    180mm front 160mm rear rotors & brakes to be determined
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    one more that didnt make the first cut.

    edit: can someone plz tell me how to post a pic to be able to show what i want. i went w/ a 1024x1024 crop. im new to mac and picasa is what i used on pc.
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    Bought a 2012 Talon 1 for $675 +tax. Great bike. What are the clear stickers in with the owners manual?

    Will post pics when I have enough posts

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