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    2009 Team M6 evo teaser

    Its that time of year and I am getting frames ready for some of the teams & riders we work with. This is the refined version of the M6 evo we were prototyping last season based on racer input from Matti Lehikoinen & the boys from CRC team.
    The frame features the G3 adjustable drop out and a new Adjustable headtube with + or - 1 degree. The headtube is very simple & light and uses the same bearing peices as the internal 1 1/8" flush headsets in the rotaiting cups. You can still use a standard with this setup .
    The frame has the ability to run both the 10.5X 3.5 shock for 9.5" travel and a very m6 type feel or the 9.5X 3" shock for 8.5" travel and a livlier feel while maintaining the same leverage ratio. The mono tubes have been slimmed down and the frame comes in at 9.2 lbs.
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    That hot
    will it be available for public?

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    Adjustable dropouts and headtube are effing sick! Nice work.

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    Awesome! What would be the HA and BB height ranges with the 8.5" configuration? W/ the 9.5" configuration?

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    teams only as it is still in development, and changing the travel does not affect the geometry. In the middle settings for medium, 64.5 Ha, 14.2" BB, 46.3 " WB .
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    Hot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I like the possibility to run a shorter stroke shock. Who needs 9.5" of travel these days anyways? Still 83 mm BB and 150 mm dropouts?

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    I guess you have to give the pros what they want- but I see this hurting the sales of M6's as customers will likely be wanting to wait with hopes of this bike becoming a reality. So let me guess.....next thing is that the SS will now be made with the adjustable dropouts? Especially since your in between batches now?

    On a side note- it looks badass, and I think that the adjustable head angle is pretty slick- like what's on my Konig.
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    holy hot bike batman!!

    Jeff that's genius!

    thanks for the eye candy!

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    Jeff,
    Does it utilize the updated VP2 linkage?

    Damn sick bike

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    stunning, the combo of the dropouts and the HTA are a deal maker in my book. Getting both of those in and still keeping the weight to low 9's is very surprising.

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    Will this be replacing the M6? But yea, VP2 linkage would be nice. The new linkage is what i'm waiting for before i upgrade anything.

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    83mm BB shell?
    and QR rear end? what's up with that?

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    nice bike ! is the frame weight with or without a shock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTBAlex
    Will this be replacing the M6? But yea, VP2 linkage would be nice. The new linkage is what i'm waiting for before i upgrade anything.
    This is a team prototype that will be raced this season by our sponsored racers on the WC cuircut this season & is not replacing the M6.
    The VPP shock rate has been tweeked a bit.

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    It looks very nice! And even better that it's the exact same weight as a small SlopeStyle. I wonder if production frames will be just as light.
    May the air be filled with tires!

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    This frame gives me man-swelling in my loincloth...

    The ability to switch between 2 different shock sizes w/o changing lev. ratios sounds like a really good idea for a production bike... I'm just sayin'...


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    Quote Originally Posted by E2@CC
    I see this hurting the sales of M6's as customers will likely be wanting to wait with hopes of this bike becoming a reality.
    Nah I bagged an M6 already. Wouldn't have changed my mind after seeing this.

    TBH I prefer the gnar badass looks of the non-Evo frame. Straight clean tubes for me, Sir.

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    Oh lordy, thats pretty bike!

    Make this a production bike and I'll take it!
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    love to have a 37 pound DH bike....M-3 weighs just under 40
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    Hey, I notice you have different looking bolts holding the upper swing link. One of the things that drives me nuts about my m3 is that those bolts come loose too easy. Even after some loctite was applied. Are they the same? Also, would just like to say that all of the new Intense bikes that I have seen lately are really really nice. They always have been, but the current lineup knocks it outta the park. Good job. Love my m3.

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    77 people viewing this thread!

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    That thing is damn sexy... I want to violate it.

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    all I can say is GOD DAMN!!!!! Such a sick a$$ bike.

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    Very nice....kinda looks like a Flatline and a Socom got busy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khemical
    Very nice....kinda looks like a Flatline and a Socom got busy.
    Only it doesn't look like it got hit by a bus like the Flatline does.

    Good looking sled, senor intense.

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    at the very first moment I coudn't clearly define what my exact impressions of this frame were but now I think that's just another one masterpiece...
    The thing is genious, Mr Intense!

    I hope I will be able to save enough money before the production starts

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    {runs around squeeling like a girl}

    I want.
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    Ahhh MAN, that is Fing SICK
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    dear mr. intense,

    the troll killer thinks that is one sick frocking bike!

    what the troll killer needs to know is will it fit 650b wheels? see the attached jpeg for reference.

    heck if the socom would fit these wheels the troll killer would be writing you a check tomorrow!

    ¡enhorabuena!

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    Wouldnt want to see the price tag on that bad boy if it does go into production! Bad ass sled though

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    Awesome!

    Finally a bike as adjustable as my 2003 M1!!! I hope it goes public!! Pretty Please!
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    Looks great.
    Any chance of seeing a pic of the headtube ID with the adjustable sleeves removed?
    I'm very curious about alignment. Are they 'keyed' somehow?

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    wow that looks even better than the M6. the raw shot is so f-ing nice. the front triangle is so musculine. the rear needs updating now. jeff, you obviously love shaping aluminum... on top of making great bikes. this one i could mount on a wall. very nice.

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    Artwork. Truly.
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    Beautiful looking bike

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    I have sworn never to buy a high-end downhill frame, but this is the closest thing yet to making me change my mind

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    more pics please!!!

    the raw one completely seized my mind...

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    Great!

    Now I gotta hold off buying my next Intense till you bring that into production. I can wait, not too long mind you, but I can wait.

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    holy beautiful
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    INTENSE,
    Will this frame ever be made for the public?

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    Before end of this year as a 2011 model perhaps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeRRge
    more pics please!!!

    the raw one completely seized my mind...
    a few more pics
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    Very nice
    Were these taken with your 5d MK II?

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    Holy sweetness!!!

    I want this bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeRRge
    Holy sweetness!!!

    I want this bike!
    You will collect?))

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    Quote Originally Posted by mssr
    You will collect?))
    New bikes are so great that it's easy to become an Intense junkie these days

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr intense
    Its that time of year and I am getting frames ready for some of the teams & riders we work with. This is the refined version of the M6 evo we were prototyping last season based on racer input from Matti Lehikoinen & the boys from CRC team.
    The frame features the G3 adjustable drop out and a new Adjustable headtube with + or - 1 degree. The headtube is very simple & light and uses the same bearing peices as the internal 1 1/8" flush headsets in the rotaiting cups. You can still use a standard with this setup .
    The frame has the ability to run both the 10.5X 3.5 shock for 9.5" travel and a very m6 type feel or the 9.5X 3" shock for 8.5" travel and a livlier feel while maintaining the same leverage ratio. The mono tubes have been slimmed down and the frame comes in at 9.2 lbs.
    Fantastic mr intense, absolutely fantastic!

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    She's a beaut! Adjustable HA =
    People wait for me on the way up. I wait for them on the way down.

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    help me mr intense

    How do I mesure the sag on a Socom, I don´t think I'm getting it right... It's a size L and it has a 450 coil, my weight is 210 lbs but acording to me I can´t get the 30% of sag that Intense recommends... Can you help me?

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    Refer to the page regarding Coil Shock setup

    http://www.intensecycles.com/2008/as...e_owners07.pdf

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    Is that 9.2 lbs with shock? Not sure if anyone asked that already. i do hope it goes into production.

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    If that M6 Evo is available next year, I'll be riding another M6. I'll take works blue please!
    That thing is sick!

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    This is one of the frames for the X-Fusion team, the new shock looks great.
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    Looks sweet but the M6 sticker needs red around it like the other stickers.

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    Damn, that thing is ill. Me likes!

    Jeff, please, please, please make them available to the public.

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    Id order one right now if they were.

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    The one thing about Intense is that when you think they have gotten the lines figured out, they come up with nicer lines on their bikes. So I am looking at this frame and think, how does someone come up with that? It's nuts. Yet I am sure but hard to believe, the one after this will be even better. It seems as if they are always 1 or 2 designs ahead of the field.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr intense
    This is one of the frames for the X-Fusion team, the new shock looks great.
    Hot!!!!
    Which shock does the team use? Any time on it? How does it compare?

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    if they get public next year i will change back to intense for sure.

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    it'll probably be a few revisions once the teams ride it. and then hopefully to the public.

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    Damn!

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    Jeff, please make the Red Hardware and Nickle plated links like on the Tracer LTD an option extra. looks sooooo good. People will pay cash money for that.

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    I have to ask: why you didn't make a custom sticker for the M6? use the old one just don't seems right...

    I know I'm a pain in ... but I love the brand (I have one of my one), and some details ruin the all image!

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    am i the only one who def. does not like this new decal design...the frame itself is hot. other decal-designz please. back to the roots maybe.

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    agree, new "intense" sticker looks cheap... and the "M6" is still way to huge.

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    AWESOME !!! Makes me want to own one !!!

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    i agree. the M-6 decal is not so great.

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    I agree on the sticker kit & it will change on the evo to a new more Moto look as we develop the design through the race season.

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    When can I order one ?

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    EVO Frame

    Quote Originally Posted by mr intense
    This is one of the frames for the X-Fusion team, the new shock looks great.
    Can I call you with my credit card number please...

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    sign me up to order too! =] 2010 here we come!!!!!

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    A few more pictures to drool over, M6 evo with Boxxer team & Vivid.
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    CRC Intense team frames
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    Team frames tacked and ready to weld.
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    that thing is the bomb....
    but just one question:
    since the dropouts are adjustable: istn´t there any kind of instability which could come with the drillings ?

    btw: if anyone want to buy my current m6... i am def. ready for the evo...
    [as long as the bos stoy will fit ]

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    boy i could look at those pictures forever, lots of details in the background!
    is this a commencal 4x frame in the first pic(the white one with green stickers)?

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    Hey, the last M6 Evo frame in the CRC pic has a normal 1 1/8" headtube? Not adjustable?

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    New Socom

    Did anybody notice the RAW new Socom sitting there all built up...Mr. Intense makes it really hard for us to stop buying his bikes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christiaan
    Hey, the last M6 Evo frame in the CRC pic has a normal 1 1/8" headtube? Not adjustable?
    Looks like 1.5" to me, its probably the Tazer 4X team bike.
    Its All Downhill From Here....!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueRidgeRider
    Did anybody notice the RAW new Socom sitting there all built up...Mr. Intense makes it really hard for us to stop buying his bikes
    I did!
    If it stays 73 mm BB I am in!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueRidgeRider
    Did anybody notice the RAW new Socom sitting there all built up...Mr. Intense makes it really hard for us to stop buying his bikes
    Who says its a Socom? It will be revealed soon.

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    Who says it is not?
    Seems to be in the same niche as the Socom....
    Can't wait for Sea Otter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iRider
    Who says it is not?
    Seems to be in the same niche as the Socom....
    Can't wait for Sea Otter.
    My lips are sealed.
    Sea Otter should be good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kntr
    My lips are sealed.
    Come on, teasing and then not saying anything is lame!
    Maybe they call it Uzzi FRO.....
    As far as I am concerned I do not really care about the name. If it is a successor of the Socom (and by looks it is) I want one.

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    I was teased too. Im only guessing right now. I was told Seat Otter will ge good.

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    I just want an EVO. Man that thing is ill!
    If they were available now, It would be mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iRider
    Come on, teasing and then not saying anything is lame!
    Maybe they call it Uzzi FRO.....
    As far as I am concerned I do not really care about the name. If it is a successor of the Socom (and by looks it is) I want one.
    I'm already looking at the garage on how to make some more space for this bike (Socom/Uzzi FRO????)....I'm looking forward to some Sea Otter coverage, would love to be on that side of the Atlantic for it. If anyone can provide good close up pics and specs of this bike it would be greatly appreciated. Cheers.

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    Well, the changes seem to work

    Chris Kovarik wins and Claire 2nd at the South Africa national (on next weeks World Cup course)

    http://www.bikeradar.com/news/articl...h-africa-21115

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    I am seeing this frame with Fox 40, Hope brakes, Saint Cranks shifters derailleur, MRP G2, 909s, Industry9, Easton Parts, ...

    Quote Originally Posted by mr intense
    This is one of the frames for the X-Fusion team, the new shock looks great.

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    The new 951 frame weight is quoted as 9.5lb and this EVO is quoted as 9.2lb. Am I reading correctly that the EVO will be lighter than the 951? When will the EVO be available to the public?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nizer
    The new 951 frame weight is quoted as 9.5lb and this EVO is quoted as 9.2lb. Am I reading correctly that the EVO will be lighter than the 951? When will the EVO be available to the public?
    no it wont be available to the public. that is still what intense said concerning this question.

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    yeah Bach our M6 maybe is the last in the glorious M saga!

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    Quote Originally Posted by banano
    yeah Bach our M6 maybe is the last in the glorious M saga!
    don´t stop the saga

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