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    Distortion 1.0 frame build

    Distortion 1.0 sz med with rp
    Let the build up begin!
    What do you think ?Red or black cable housing. ??

    I've got a lot of red parts going on it..
    Headset is still in the mail unfortunately...
    Also confirmed my spare 135qQR 2006 idrive 5 drop outs are perfect fit.
    Now i have some 12mm drop ots for when/if I do the "conversion" Im thinking of eventually getting 140mm 650 fork and wheel. possibly….
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    Look what the postie brought! Build up..

    Blacked out the head tube with epoxy spray for a " vintage" cmc aluminum gt badge I kept from an old idrive frame.



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    Maybe blue cable housing to match those small flecks of blue in the graphics.

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    Look what the postie brought! Build up..

    Hm blue never thought of that thanks
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    Why not one blue one red? Too busy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Learux View Post
    Why not one blue one red? Too busy?
    I'm thinking a little yes.. now I'm leaning back to good old black

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    I vote red.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Learux View Post
    Why not one blue one red? Too busy?
    +1 that idea

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    Look what the postie brought! Build up..

    Ok now i see it. Red and blue housings to tie in the red and blue flecks . Why did I not get that..
    I just finished re painting my head tube and the GT badge that was black now red.
    I have an airbrush so I'm having some fun



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    Were I you, I'd keep it more subtle. Don't do large blobs of colour, because the frame itself doesn't have that. Instead, choose small bits to be coloured, and keep the rest black.

    For example:

    Chainring bolts
    rotor bolts
    a single headtube spacer
    seat logo
    chainguide blocks (like Straitline)
    Pedals
    Nipples


    That will, in my opinion, end up being a much nicer looking bike in the end.
    Stuff.

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    Yup I hear you, thats why i was thinking black.
    I have in ano red already
    bars,crank,bash,cable c clips,spacers, brake adapters, dropper post seat clamp with guide and headset.

    Quote Originally Posted by dropmachine.com View Post
    Were I you, I'd keep it more subtle. Don't do large blobs of colour, because the frame itself doesn't have that. Instead, choose small bits to be coloured, and keep the rest black.

    For example:

    Chainring bolts
    rotor bolts
    a single headtube spacer
    seat logo
    chainguide blocks (like Straitline)
    Pedals
    Nipples


    That will, in my opinion, end up being a much nicer looking bike in the end.

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    Look what the postie brought! Build up..

    My headset arrived!
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    Look what the postie brought! Build up..


    Making some progress

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    Nice build!

    I'm building one up myself. Bought a '13 Distortion 3.0 complete with the orange and blue color scheme. I rode it stock for a couple months, before I decided to strip it all down and up upgrade some things.

    I'll post up a separate thread w/pics, so I don't steal away from your build.

    Looking good!

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    build done!

    All done…
    Had my first ride freaked out by how much fun this bike is. Thais until I lost my front brake pads on a dh section here is north vancouver.I forgot pad retainer pin
    Limped home with no front brake...

    measured stand over 27 inches (woohoo)
    bb height 13.5 inches
    parts
    mavic cross ride wheels 2.5 nev sticky front 2.35 Nev dtc rear
    marz rlo44 140mm form
    rp23 rear shock
    turbine bars 720mm
    turbine stem60mm
    atlas 170 crank
    deore 596 brakes with 180 centerterlock rotors
    xo 9 speed shifters
    x7 rear der, deore slx front der
    shimano hg53 chain with sram power link
    m545 pedals
    x-fusiion hilo 125 dropper post
    smp TRK saddle
    cane creek 110 series headset
    burgtec titanium offset shock bushings
    promax dropper clamp with guide
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    Its been a week. Post updates
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    Look what the postie brought! Build up..

    Curious why you went with the offset bushings. Were you looking to slacken it out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dropmachine.com View Post
    Its been a week. Post updates
    Alrighty them...
    Stand over height is even lower than I expected measured at 27 inches
    Bike is super smooth and stable at speed and very agile on single track too. It climbs far better than I expected it would allowing me to drop 2-3 gears on extended climbs.

    I've three decent 10 mile rides on it on my local trails nvan .. I'm in love with this bike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dryheat? View Post
    Curious why you went with the offset bushings. Were you looking to slacken it out?
    I already had the bushings from my old frame. I might use them lift the bb a bit but for now they are in a neutral position.
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    Look what the postie brought! Build up..

    Here's some more pics..
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    Look what the postie brought! Build up..

    Gt Distortion in its natural habitat.
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    Looks like a fun place to ride, although complete opposite of where I live. It rains maybe 3 times a year in Phoenix.

    How'd you route your rear der and brake cable?

    I want to ditch the GT guides that run on the shock mount and looking for options.

    --Dave

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    Cool-blue Rhythm

    Quote Originally Posted by dryheat? View Post
    Looks like a fun place to ride, although complete opposite of where I live. It rains maybe 3 times a year in Phoenix.

    How'd you route your rear der and brake cable?

    I want to ditch the GT guides that run on the shock mount and looking for options.

    --Dave
    I don't have those shock guides so I just sized my cables minimal in length and used black zip ties to secure them.
    Fun place? The pic is from North Shore Vancouver BC where i live , fun place is an understatement
    How ever some warm DRY weather would be nice change.
    oh Just added thisAdded. Some carbon frame film today
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    UPDATE!
    I just took in a minty fox float36 fit rlc fork that bought on Pinkbike and my rp23 down to suspensionwerx our north shore shock gurus..
    They are going to lower the fork to 140 and a full service.
    The rp23 is going get it s boost valve upped a bit and a .4 volume reducer..
    Im going away for two weeks so it will done when I get bacK
    Very excited to try a tuned suspension setup
    ps
    I weighed the fork it is 2090 grams\
    my old mars 44 9mm qr weighs 2200
    Never thought I would be shedding grams going to burlier fork, who knew?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reelchef67 View Post
    UPDATE!

    Never thought I would be shedding grams going to burlier fork, who knew?
    Everybody not riding Marzocchi forks.
    Stuff.

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    Reelchef you know you need one of these...
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    Look what the postie brought! Build up..

    Nice but ill stick with my local brand raceface turbine stem.
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    Look what the postie brought! Build up..

    Update btw got my shock and fork back from suspensionwerx
    Yes That was a 1 day turnaround.
    Fork is now better than new and 140 mm.

    The new old rp23 that the frame came with needed service badly.
    The oil was completely emulsified. They rebuilt it added a .4 volume reducer and upped my boast valve to 225.
    Should be epic on w I get to try it..
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    Nice build.

    It's too bad GT discontinued the frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katz View Post
    Nice build.

    It's too bad GT discontinued the frame.
    Thanks
    But its not discontinued according the GT website. Then again even it was it still a kick arse frame.
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    Heh, I swear they didn't have it listed on their website a couple months ago and I assumed it was discontinued. Good to know they are still making the bike.

    I have no idea how Distortion compares to other bikes as I've never ridden any other FS bike, but I sure enjoy riding mine.

    Looking forward to reading your impression on revised tuning on the shock.

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    Trust me in the distortion there is something "special" . I think Gt is having problems figuring out what to call it and where to put in their website. It was under endure before.
    The tuning for the rear shock is something I found out about from a large Distortion thread on ride monkey.com. The .4 helps with bottoming out but keeps you higher up in the travel using about 10 psi less pressure and is supposed to help with small bump sensitivity.
    The boost valve pressure going from 200 to225 will assist in that. I hope to have less pedals strikes and a smoother ride.
    I might have time to ride to ride tomorrow but not with my new fork as I still need to get a 20mm front wheel

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    THe problem isn't GT knowing what to do with the frame; the problem is that most mountain bike consumers are idiots and don't know what makes up a good bike.

    Unless things are slotted into the absurd little categories that MTB media has designed, then people don't know what to do. If you took a whole bunch of bikes and put them out, and didn't tell people what they were intended to do, half of them would be lost. And unfortuntely, people don't understand a bike that goes into a category called "FUN AS F***."

    The distortion is an AWESOME little bike. it does way more than it should, and is just a blast to ride. Actually, I'd call it a stupid bike if I'm honest. It shouldn't be able to clilmb like it does, but since its stupid and doesn't know any better, it just goes and does it anyways. Same with pretty much everything else.

    Great little bike.
    Stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dropmachine.com View Post
    THe problem isn't GT knowing what to do with the frame; the problem is that most mountain bike consumers are idiots and don't know what makes up a good bike.

    Unless things are slotted into the absurd little categories that MTB media has designed, then people don't know what to do. If you took a whole bunch of bikes and put them out, and didn't tell people what they were intended to do, half of them would be lost. And unfortuntely, people don't understand a bike that goes into a category called "FUN AS F***."

    The distortion is an AWESOME little bike. it does way more than it should, and is just a blast to ride. Actually, I'd call it a stupid bike if I'm honest. It shouldn't be able to clilmb like it does, but since its stupid and doesn't know any better, it just goes and does it anyways. Same with pretty much everything else.

    Great little bike.
    Hey Dropmachine what Distortion did you end up getting?
    Locally there is one guy one besides me and thats about the only GT I have seen around here. This is more rocky mountain,giant and cove territory.
    When I got the new used fox36 float from suspensionwerx, they mentioned It was the perfect fork for the bike. The 2012 has way more tunability than the dumbed down CTD forks and can be travel changed right down to 100mm travel and very easy add another spacer if I want. Incidently Im pretty sure its 650b friendly. I have kicked around the idea of going 650 on the front…I don't as of yet have 20mm wheel to use with the new fork so I can even try it
    Either looking for just a front wheel or wheel set can t decide

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    Quote Originally Posted by dropmachine.com View Post
    THe problem isn't GT knowing what to do with the frame; the problem is that most mountain bike consumers are idiots and don't know what makes up a good bike.

    Unless things are slotted into the absurd little categories that MTB media has designed, then people don't know what to do. If you took a whole bunch of bikes and put them out, and didn't tell people what they were intended to do, half of them would be lost. And unfortuntely, people don't understand a bike that goes into a category called "FUN AS F***."

    The distortion is an AWESOME little bike. it does way more than it should, and is just a blast to ride. Actually, I'd call it a stupid bike if I'm honest. It shouldn't be able to clilmb like it does, but since its stupid and doesn't know any better, it just goes and does it anyways. Same with pretty much everything else.

    Great little bike.
    Also, I think there is the problem with the brand since GT fell off a little when they went to Pacific.

    I think GT is back in a big way, and even though I-drive tends to leave a bad taste in people's mouth, I think the Distortion is hands down the easiest bike to tear apart and rebuild.

    I know it's not a direct comparison, but I owned a 2010 Specy Enduro comp and I'm having way more fun on my GT. This bike is solid and can climb compared to FSR which has zero platform, not to mention the Enduro's noodly rear end.

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    I have to agree corporate culture ruins bike companies.
    The death of Gary turners business partner is what really caused GT 's slide.
    Right now they are ahead of the curve


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    I have a 2012 Distortion 2.0, but its quite modified now.

    • Custom tuned and modified Pike 454
    • 2013 RockShox Monarch RT3
    • Full 2012 XT kit, in black of course
    • Thomson Stem and DH bars
    • Hadley hubs, soon to be build on Stans Flow rims
    • Kenda Happy Medium tires. Makes like medium interesting.



    I'll post pics soon, just finishing the rebuild on it.
    Stuff.

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    Look what the postie brought! Build up..

    Sounds like a sweet ride.
    Let see some pics when done.

    I just got these off ebay set 12 in pairs in a bunch sizes..


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    Interesting what you had done to the rear shock, Reelchef.

    I've only got a couple rides on mine with a CTD non kashima (low end) and after adding more PSI, the bike felt more 'alive', although I lost some suppleness on the square edged stuff.

    I didn't set sag or anything, just initially went with 10 PSI over my body weight, then added another 5-7 PSI this last ride.

    Please post up your thoughts on how your tune is working out. I might do the same.

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    Look what the postie brought! Build up..

    There is a large disto thread on ridemonkey.com ,the volume reducer is supposed allow you have more ramp up at end stroke but allow a more responsive small bump sensitivity because you need less psi when u set your sag.
    It will be awhile till I get get to ride thou cause I'm in Hawaii right now.(with a pinched lower back nerve from lifting a 40 lb suitcase ) great timing for my back to go spasm nuts..





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    ok I am home now and got out for a ride with my fresh retuned rp23 per the thread on ride monkey.com.
    Awesome simply awesome, way better a=small bump sensitivity with less psi and a nice ramp up at end of stroke with no bottom out.
    They did a the usual service plus upped my boost valve to 225 and added the fox .4cu volume reducer.
    it was like riding velvet ….

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    So you're riding this up at north shore? which spot? I'm leaning very heavily towards getting one of these and just wondering what kind of trails people are using these on.

    I'm fortunate enough to have a 2-bike stable right now and having a dilemma on which bike to get rid of. I have a Transition Double and Bottlerocket. I think the GT would handle almost all of the riding the BR would do. The only thing I don't think it would cover is the 1-2x I go lift service. On the one hand, I could just rent a bike for those days. On the other, why would I rent when I already own a bike that will do it.

    truthfully, I've been thinking about replacing the BR with a stumpjumper anyway so I don't hate the climbing as much. The GT just looks like it would be more fun on the descents than a stumpy.

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    I'd dump the double. Actually, I'd dump both.

    I have a GT Distortion, and an Intense SS2. One for trails (and it will jump too if you want) and the other for gravity days. Perfect set up I'd say.

    The distortion will handle a ton of stuff, its really a crazy little bike.
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    I was thinking of dumping them both down the road, but not right away. The double is such a fun bike to ride and what got me looking in the direction of short travel bikes. Plus I haven't owned it very long and I hate to give it up so quickly. The more I look at my BR, the more I see it as too much bike for the riding that I do. I don't need its big Totem or the 5.5" rear travel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jojotherider View Post
    So you're riding this up at north shore? which spot? I'm leaning very heavily towards getting one of these and just wondering what kind of trails people are using these on.

    I'm fortunate enough to have a 2-bike stable right now and having a dilemma on which bike to get rid of. I have a Transition Double and Bottlerocket. I think the GT would handle almost all of the riding the BR would do. The only thing I don't think it would cover is the 1-2x I go lift service. On the one hand, I could just rent a bike for those days. On the other, why would I rent when I already own a bike that will do it.

    truthfully, I've been thinking about replacing the BR with a stumpjumper anyway so I don't hate the climbing as much. The GT just looks like it would be more fun on the descents than a stumpy.

    Yup still on the shore. I ride bobsled,floppy bunny , griffin,circuit 8, thompsen, stoner ,richard juryn,baden , salamander,hyannis etc. The disto loves it all. I am riding way better for it too.
    Fun on descents it gobbles them up! Even crazier is how well it climbs and sprints.
    I have one bike and that is all i need now.
    I just got my rear shock tuned after reading a good thread on another forum I had a .4 volume reducer put in rear shock and boost valve upped 225. Now rides higher at 10 psi less and never bottoms out

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    Look what the postie brought! Build up..

    Hey guys today I finally got my new fork on.
    I found a like new fox 36 float kashima factory rlc fit 160 fork on PB . Got it for 400cad , they cost 1400 up here usually
    I have suspension werx overhaul it and drop it to 140 from 160.
    Also got the setup tuned for me.Great guys there.
    I picked up 29mm wide 20mm wheel at blow out at cove bikes. (I am wanting to build a better wheel set down the road, Flow ex with hope pro11 evo hubs..)
    Wider front rim I'm hoping will add some better sidewall support so I run lower psi..
    Cant wait to test it...
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    Look what the postie brought! Build up..

    First ride with new set up. Ran fork at 54psi . 25%sag. Fork was super plush and so much better than my marz 44. Also weighed both forks. Marz 2240 grams f36 float was 2040 grams with 20mm axle.200 gram loss not bad never thought bigger fork would be lighter...
    So much stiffer and and precise than I'm used to coming from 9 mm qr..
    Could not be happier with it. Also rear tune is awesome.
    I picked up a cheap sun singletrack sl1 wheel with formula hub frm lbs for 50$. 29 mm . It does seem to support sidewalls better and worked great .
    Love this bike


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    Just curious: Why did you have the shock travel reduced 20mm? could you not just have taken a shim out from under your stem to end up with bars that were approximately the same height, but still have the benefit of the extra travel?

    I'm not saying you did anything wrong, just interested in why someone might want less travel.

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    Look what the postie brought! Build up..

    I thought about leaving it at 160 but that would further slacken the head angle and seat tube angle as well as raise the bb height.
    The head angle at 66.5 is perfect for me and like the seat tube angle for climbing..
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    Update
    I am now running a 650b front wheel!
    I needed a new wheel so got i23 with red hope pro 2 evo hub dbl butted dt spokes and nipples
    Nice looking wheel.
    I had to flip my turbine stem upside down which nicely compensated for the 12 mm higher wheel on the front.Still sorting out seat and bars adjustments

    I have now about 5 rides on the b6er set up . Today i rode espresso a black diamond trail on Mt Fromme on the shore.
    Really liking this setup ,I definitely notice the nicer roll over and smoother ride. I do notice I can't whip the front end sat fast as I used to so that is taking time to get used to.
    The fork is working fine with the wheel no problems getting rocks stuck or mud clogging. I am using a marsh guard style fender and still have adequate clearance.
    Really liking the dhf 2.3 up front on i23 rim. Seems solid and makes me want wider bars.? for some reason

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