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    Quote Originally Posted by 'size View Post
    150mm revelation on my x. couldn't imagine running the bike with anything shorter.
    Don't you have the 7.5x2 shock though?
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    Quote Originally Posted by laxman2001 View Post
    Don't you have the 7.5x2 shock though?
    nope - monarch rt-am 7.25 x 1.75

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    My Giant

    This is my custom giant:
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    Quote Originally Posted by evgenibgr View Post
    This is my custom giant:
    are those the dimension "black cork" grips? I have a set on mine and they are great. I like to ride without gloves and those do the trick. I cut the ends off mine to slide them a little farther down the bar.

    Also, what size NN and RR are you running?

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    Quote Originally Posted by evgenibgr View Post
    This is my custom giant:
    Nice bike.

    What's with the pedals?
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    Maybe it's the angle but the second picture down the bar looks like it's mounted funny.

    Decals are pointed in the right direction though...

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    Hello,
    size of the cork grips is 127 mm.
    Handlebar is installed properly. It is a flat bar. Curve is specifically.

    For pedal-no problem with them, but everyone tells me to change them.

    Size RR and NN is 2.25. They are tubeless.

    The bike weight is 11.4 kg (25.2lbs).
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    newest and nicest pic of my tx

    shot at flatschjoch (2400m) in the italien alps near brenner-pass
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreh View Post
    newest and nicest pic of my tx

    shot at flatschjoch (2400m) in the italien alps near brenner-pass
    nice! what size fat albert?

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    Howdy people.

    I've had my TX since 08, there are some pics of it scatter throughout this thread, anyway i've been bashing it around the UK for the last year and now it's back home in Australia and is in need of some love. I've got some upgrade/replacements planned, but the main thing i'm having an issue with is deciding what to do with the rear shock. I have the RP2, which is ok, but mine is in pretty poor shape, and i'd rather upgrade rather than just service it.

    Has anybody gone down the RS Monarch path yet? It's pretty much what i'm thinking of doing but would like some feedback first. Another option is an RP23 with a large can, or lastly PUSH, but that is very difficult coming from Aus.

    Cheers, Wal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ilostmypassword View Post
    nice! what size fat albert?
    Thanks.

    It's a 2.25 FA, but i'm planning with a new tire on the rear soon, since it's the front-version (-> high rolling resistance and bumby feeling) and the EVO-coating is almost gone..

    Any suggestions for a rear tire fitting to the 2.4 Rubber Queen in front and fitting into the TX's chainstay? Thought of 2.2 R'Queen or 2.25 Ardent...

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    Quote Originally Posted by waldog View Post
    Howdy people.

    I've had my TX since 08, there are some pics of it scatter throughout this thread, anyway i've been bashing it around the UK for the last year and now it's back home in Australia and is in need of some love. I've got some upgrade/replacements planned, but the main thing i'm having an issue with is deciding what to do with the rear shock. I have the RP2, which is ok, but mine is in pretty poor shape, and i'd rather upgrade rather than just service it.

    Has anybody gone down the RS Monarch path yet? It's pretty much what i'm thinking of doing but would like some feedback first. Another option is an RP23 with a large can, or lastly PUSH, but that is very difficult coming from Aus.

    Cheers, Wal.
    If you don't want to deal with sending your shock to PUSH, they do sell tuned monarchs now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by laxman2001 View Post
    If you don't want to deal with sending your shock to PUSH, they do sell tuned monarchs now.
    Hey, thanks for replying.

    PUSH really isn't a viable option, be it sending my shock in or purchasing, because they won't sell outside of the US and shipping mine would just be too expensive.

    They did have an Australian agent, but they seem to have fallen off the face of the earth.

    Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreh View Post
    Thanks.

    It's a 2.25 FA, but i'm planning with a new tire on the rear soon, since it's the front-version (-> high rolling resistance and bumby feeling) and the EVO-coating is almost gone..

    Any suggestions for a rear tire fitting to the 2.4 Rubber Queen in front and fitting into the TX's chainstay? Thought of 2.2 R'Queen or 2.25 Ardent...
    2.2 purgatory works well for me. it is high volume and kind of tall so there isn't a ton of clearance between the tire and the chainstay/seatstay brace but it does fit.

    i'm on the purgatory control right now but will be going to the armadillo casing next time to hopefully help with the sidewall cuts that happen so often where i ride. S also makes this tire with their grid design but the weight jumps up quite a bit.

    obviously your trail conditions will determine if this is a tire worth trying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreh View Post
    Thanks.

    It's a 2.25 FA, but i'm planning with a new tire on the rear soon, since it's the front-version (-> high rolling resistance and bumby feeling) and the EVO-coating is almost gone..

    Any suggestions for a rear tire fitting to the 2.4 Rubber Queen in front and fitting into the TX's chainstay? Thought of 2.2 R'Queen or 2.25 Ardent...
    Thanks. I ran a 2.2 RQ on the rear no problem with a 2.4 RQ front. Not sure about ardent fitting. I've now gone crossmark and RQ 2.4. Weird combo that works well!

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    Ardent is fine on the rear...

    Quote Originally Posted by ilostmypassword View Post
    Thanks. I ran a 2.2 RQ on the rear no problem with a 2.4 RQ front. Not sure about ardent fitting. I've now gone crossmark and RQ 2.4. Weird combo that works well!
    If I remember correctly, it probably had 1.5ish cm clearance from the frame. As with many if not all of the options, it did fill up with mud out the back there.

    When i'm back I will be running Ardent LUST 2.25 front and Crossmark LUST 2.1 rear.

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    Been posted a few times here before, but now that I've pretty much exhausted my upgradeitis, well why not put it up again!




    Fork: 2011 Reveation RLT Ti dual air, 15mm maxle. Currently set at 140mm
    Shock: PUSHed float R with the RWC kit
    Wheels: Easton Haven
    Brakes: Formula R1, 180mm rotors
    Handlebars: FSA Gravity Carbon, 40mm rise 710mm wide
    Stem: Thomson
    Grips: Ergon GA1 Leichtbau
    Seatpost: Thompson Elite
    Seat: Fizik Tundra2
    Crank: X0
    FD: Shimano Deore (the only stock piece left, not counting seat QR and headset)
    RD: Sram X9
    Left shifter: Sram X9 (2 speed)
    Right shifter: Sram X0
    Cassette: XT 11.34
    Chain: SRAM PC-990
    Pedals: Shimano M540
    Tires: Highroller 2.35/Crossmark 2.1, tubeless.
    Rider: happy!
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    Shock

    How do You think, that this RP23 boost valve shock is appropriate for my trance. Size is 190mm x 50mm (7.5x2), medium tune. Especially MEDIUM tune?
    My weight is 70 kg. I ride on trails with some rocks and roots up and down, and in city parks.
    Fork is Rock Shox Revelation 150 mm dual position 2011.
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    RWC Kit

    Quote Originally Posted by laxman2001 View Post
    Been posted a few times here before, but now that I've pretty much exhausted my upgradeitis, well why not put it up again!

    Fork: 2011 Reveation RLT Ti dual air, 15mm maxle. Currently set at 140mm
    Shock: PUSHed float R with the RWC kit
    Wheels: Easton Haven
    Brakes: Formula R1, 180mm rotors
    Handlebars: FSA Gravity Carbon, 40mm rise 710mm wide
    Stem: Thomson
    Grips: Ergon GA1 Leichtbau
    Seatpost: Thompson Elite
    Seat: Fizik Tundra2
    Crank: X0
    FD: Shimano Deore (the only stock piece left, not counting seat QR and headset)
    RD: Sram X9
    Left shifter: Sram X9 (2 speed)
    Right shifter: Sram X0
    Cassette: XT 11.34
    Chain: SRAM PC-990
    Pedals: Shimano M540
    Tires: Highroller 2.35/Crossmark 2.1, tubeless.
    Rider: happy!
    Hey laxman, whats the RWC kit for the rear shock? I've never heard of it before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bassman1441 View Post
    Hey laxman, whats the RWC kit for the rear shock? I've never heard of it before.
    RWC SHOCK EYE NEEDLE BEARING KITS

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    Quote Originally Posted by bassman1441 View Post
    Hey laxman, whats the RWC kit for the rear shock? I've never heard of it before.

    3 Amazing Trance X mods!

    Check out that thread... one of the first mods I did before upgrading to a RP23. Helped the rear end track over ripples and absorb some of the smaller bumps in the trail.

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    2x10

    Decided that I needed more gears so that I'm prepared for my occasional trips to So Cal. XX cranks, X0 fd, and X9 shifter. This stuff shifts amazingly well. I use the 39 ring most of the time. Hoping to get an MRP 2X soon. If anyone is on the fence about 2x10, I highly recommend it. I also got a Thomson X4 stem cuz I've always wanted one. Still loving this bike.
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    Mine, as in its own thread.



    27# with a few ounces, up or down a bit depending on if I decide to stick with the XCX/bash setup or just the XCX.

    Bash for sure helps a bit with keeping the chain on, less bouncing of it, and taking rock hits that may otherwise kill my ring or chain, but I really dig the look and without it. Plus, how I have the XCX modded to fit the bash on, it keeps it tighter on the top of the chain/ring - less bouncing/noise/chance of derailment at all.

    Still dialing in the front end fit- want it lower. Got a 70mm +/-6* Race Face Turbine stem, and Sunline wide flat bar on the way. That combo should get me where I want. I'm happy with the HTA and BB height as is, so am not going to mess with angled cups or altering fork travel for now.

    Fun, fun bike! Heading to Trumbull to beat on it a bit tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 661lee View Post
    Decided that I needed more gears so that I'm prepared for my occasional trips to So Cal. XX cranks, X0 fd, and X9 shifter. This stuff shifts amazingly well. I use the 39 ring most of the time. Hoping to get an MRP 2X soon. If anyone is on the fence about 2x10, I highly recommend it. I also got a Thomson X4 stem cuz I've always wanted one. Still loving this bike.
    Oh come on, right after I get an X0 crank? First the wheels and now this.

    STOP COPYING ME!

    (If you get a 2x, lemme know how you like it, I'm considering one)
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    Quote Originally Posted by scrublover View Post
    Mine, as in its own thread.



    27# with a few ounces, up or down a bit depending on if I decide to stick with the XCX/bash setup or just the XCX.

    Bash for sure helps a bit with keeping the chain on, less bouncing of it, and taking rock hits that may otherwise kill my ring or chain, but I really dig the look and without it. Plus, how I have the XCX modded to fit the bash on, it keeps it tighter on the top of the chain/ring - less bouncing/noise/chance of derailment at all.

    Still dialing in the front end fit- want it lower. Got a 70mm +/-6* Race Face Turbine stem, and Sunline wide flat bar on the way. That combo should get me where I want. I'm happy with the HTA and BB height as is, so am not going to mess with angled cups or altering fork travel for now.

    Fun, fun bike! Heading to Trumbull to beat on it a bit tomorrow.
    Nice rig!

    How is the Monarch? Did you have a Fox shock before it?

    Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waldog View Post
    Nice rig!

    How is the Monarch? Did you have a Fox shock before it?

    Cheers.

    Didn't have the Fox - this had the Giant branded shock -was a TX4 demo bike I picked up cheap, just to get the frame. Swapped most of my own parts on, only bought a new Monarch for it.

    Didn't even ride the stock shock, threw the Monarch right on. Rides great. Not quite at full fast rebound, took a bit to dial in the pressure, but feels great now. I pretty much leave the Floodgate off - I'm not a fan of inherent platform.

    I get good sag, full travel without harshly bottoming (yet), feels good on little choppy stuff as well as larger stuff.

    Had one of these on my Spitfire for a bit, replaced it with a PUSHed RT-AM which felt even better. Will likely do the same with this, but PUSH was out of stuff to build any up when I spoke with them a couple weeks back.
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    scrublover, your seat is waaaayy forward! It looks like you are going to bend it. Have you considered a shorter stem and/or bar with big back sweep?

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    The 150mm fork doesn't look quite right here, either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smilinsteve View Post
    scrublover, your seat is waaaayy forward! It looks like you are going to bend it. Have you considered a shorter stem and/or bar with big back sweep?
    Yep. 5'9" with average arms/legs, shoooort torso. Over time have found this works best for me. Very comfy, and I like weighting the front more like this. Looks goofy, but works very well for me.
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    My 2010 Trance X3 with some minor upgrades, 12kg (medium) as shown (without mud).






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    Beauty...

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    for sale

    I need to sell my giant trnce X3 2011 size S(16)
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    Here is mine.

    Last edited by cigargreg; 10-23-2011 at 04:05 PM.
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    looking good! Keep em coming.

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    2009 Trance X2 - love it!

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    A temporary addition I recently built on the cheap to try out. Having tried it I think a fleet comprised of a 29er trail bike and a rigid SS as a backup/winter bike would suit me better. Still a nice ride though!






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    Just felt a need to repost these pics. Nice ride!

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    A temporary addition I recently built on the cheap to try out. Having tried it I think a fleet comprised of a 29er trail bike and a rigid SS as a backup/winter bike would suit me better. Still a nice ride though!






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    ...a trance ss. You don't see that everyday.


    I'll give you $20 for the frame

    EDIT: wait that's an internal hub. My b.

    Offer is up to $25
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    Is that an Alfine hub? How does it ride compared to a 9 speed?

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    Thanks guys!

    To bad itís already sold laxmanÖ

    The Alfine is smooth, silent, shifts without pedalling and does very well in muddy conditions, but is heavy and occasionally slips. While I like the hub, itís only on there because thatís what was laying around spare. If I had decided to keep the bike a 1x9/10 setup would have gone on.

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    Here's my ever so slightly modified 2011 x1, the main changes are the elka stage 5 shock and 150mm talas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clever username View Post
    Here's my ever so slightly modified 2011 x1, the main changes are the elka stage 5 shock and 150mm talas.
    How are you liking the Elka? I assume it's a 2.0" stroke shock? I'd love to hear your opinion on how it rides...

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    I don't like the elka, I love it. The stock rp23 just wasn't able to do what I needed on rougher or faster trails, but the elka has handled everything I've thrown at it so far without missing a beat. I could never get the rp23 to feel anywhere near as good as the elka did straight out of the box. If you're the type who likes to tinker, then it has all manner of settings you can play with to get the bike just as you want, and if you're like me you can spend an hour or so getting it dialed in and then leave it alone, and it seems to work pretty well everywhere I've been.

    There were a couple of tiny issues - the lower mounting point had a very small amount of ply in it, so I had to wrap the lower pivot with a bit of plumbers tape, and the rebound adjuster is very hard to reach when the shock is mounted to the bike. Also I've been told elka has excellent customer service - unfortunately they weren't able to do much for me because the trance is not a model they support. But even with those couple of quibbles, I'm immensely happy with the shock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clever username View Post
    I don't like the elka, I love it. The stock rp23 just wasn't able to do what I needed on rougher or faster trails, but the elka has handled everything I've thrown at it so far without missing a beat. I could never get the rp23 to feel anywhere near as good as the elka did straight out of the box. If you're the type who likes to tinker, then it has all manner of settings you can play with to get the bike just as you want, and if you're like me you can spend an hour or so getting it dialed in and then leave it alone, and it seems to work pretty well everywhere I've been.

    There were a couple of tiny issues - the lower mounting point had a very small amount of ply in it, so I had to wrap the lower pivot with a bit of plumbers tape, and the rebound adjuster is very hard to reach when the shock is mounted to the bike. Also I've been told elka has excellent customer service - unfortunately they weren't able to do much for me because the trance is not a model they support. But even with those couple of quibbles, I'm immensely happy with the shock.
    Why not just get a reign?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ilostmypassword View Post
    Why not just get a reign?
    You are aware the reign also comes with the rp23 shock as standard right?

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    No coil and maxle options from giant anymore?

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    not on the new reign only the reign X. and coil only for the SX

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdgang View Post
    not on the new reign only the reign X. and coil only for the SX
    that's what i thought

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    Quote Originally Posted by 'size View Post
    150mm revelation on my x. couldn't imagine running the bike with anything shorter.
    Totally agree. I bought my brand new 2011 X3 and three hours later my 2010 Revelation with 150 mm was on the front. As SRAM Revelation site states: "Even when the trail is hell, this fork is pure heaven." no kidding.

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