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    And last but not least, mine:

    More pictures at: Intense 6.6 « espritoutdoor

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    Nice light-weight build you got there! How light is it with your current configuration? That thing must love to climb!

    Glad to know I'm not the last guy on a 6.6!
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    As depicted, 14,1Kg, and it is mountain proof. I once managed to build it at 12,8Kg.

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    This is mine




    In action at a gravity enduro a few weeks ago

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    Quote Originally Posted by ldonnay View Post
    As depicted, 14,1Kg, and it is mountain proof. I once managed to build it at 12,8Kg.
    14.1 kg is very Impressive! Specially since you're still running a dropper at that weight. Mine is heavier and I'm not even running a dropper!

    Running coils at both ends does have it's disadvantages.
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    Here's my 6.6 Just built it up...

    I've just finished building my 6.6 up. Here's the list of components:

    FRAME: Intense 6.6 Medium, Raw finish

    REAR SHOCK: 5th Element 500lb spring
    FORK: Fox 32 Float 150mm 15QR
    WHEELS: Hope Pro2 on DT Swiss 5.2's
    BRAKES: Hope Tech M4 203mm front, 183mm rear floating rotors
    SHIFTERS: XT 10sp
    CASSETTE: XT 10 sp
    DERAILLEURS: XT (2 x 10 front)
    CRANKS: XT 175mm
    STEM: Thompson X4 Elite 50mm
    BARS: Easton Monkeylite carbon
    SEATPOST: Easton EC70 Carbon
    SEAT: Crarge Spoon Ti
    PEDALS: XTR SPD's
    F TIRE: Maxxis Minion 2.35
    R TIRE: Maxxis Ardent 2.35

    Has had new stickers fitted by previous owner but they are 'Spider' stickers..

    Weighs in @ 28lb with pedals (on bathroom scales so not super accurate)
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    Rebuilt 6.6

    6.6 Photo Album-66-rebuild.jpg

    I had a medium Red 6.6 since 2007, but I've never posted it up. Like Gravity Freak, I decided I needed a large. This one came up second hand, and I've had it repainted.

    Spec is nothing special, only things of note, 1 degree angleset cups top and bottom, CCDB, and Spinergy Wheels.

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    Here's an update on mine:

    Resprayed and quite a bit of component change and it's so much better...

    Now has:
    Fox Vanilla 36 RC2's
    Tuned 5th Element Coil with off-set bushes
    XT Shadow + rear mech.
    Hope Pro3 AM4 with Flow wheels

    6.6 Photo Album-my-66.jpg

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    My good old 6.6 with Push Van-R and I-9 wheels
    6.6 Photo Album-2008-11-07-5d-1452-edit.jpg

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    Hello, guys!
    Oldie but goldie. Still own my Intense 6.6 but has an issue with chain guide. MRP system 3 didn't fit with BB -> ISCG Old adapter. Chainline and roller has a huge gap between. Need an advice. I bet any BB-mount giude will fit well? Or i should choose any 2-ring compatible guides so the roller will slide the way i need?

    On-topic photos:
    6.6 Photo Album-dsc_8709-left.jpg
    6.6 Photo Album-dsc_8713-brake-front.jpg

    PS. Oh, well, the setup is all-round chris king
    cranks - Shimano Deore XT M771 Hollowtech
    Drivetrain is one-ring 36t in front and SRAM X0 11-32 rear.

    Weights 13,7 Kg.

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    6.6 Photo Album

    I used a BB 2 chain rings guide from Shaman Racing (carbon), where the slide of the pulley indeed enables the right adjustment.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ldonnay View Post
    I used a BB 2 chain rings guide from Shaman Racing (carbon), where the slide of the pulley indeed enables the right adjustment.
    Ooook! Thanks, mate!

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    I used a blackspire stinger for dual ring cranks (bb mount) with mine.

    then I tried the c-guide and it had a lot less chainslap and much lighter weight. I did notice a little bit more drag specially if the chain ran dry after a few dozen miles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StanSuarez View Post
    then I tried the c-guide
    Thanks for a useful suggestion!

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