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    6.6 SS Photo Album

    My contribution...mine

    Frame : Intense 6.6 SS, Medium, "Nigel Page" Edition
    Rear Shock : Fox DHX 5.0 / RCS Titanium spring 400*2.80
    Fork : Marzocchi 66 ATA 2008 140-180mm
    Stem : Thomson 4X, 50mm
    Aheadset : Accros AH-15R 1.5"->1"1/8
    Riser Bar : Answer Pro Taper OS, 31.8mm, 2"
    Grips : Oury Lock-On, noir
    Seatpost : Thomson Elite, 31.6mm
    Saddle : SDG Bel-Air RL, titanium, Black/White
    Brakes : Hope Moto V2, 200mm
    Manivelles : Shimano Saint, 170mm
    Boitier de Pedalier : Shimano Saint
    Pedales : Atomlab Aircorp
    Chain Guide : E-13 SRS / Trans Red Supercharger Bashguard
    Chainring : E-13, 36 tooths, noir
    Cassette : Sram 990, 11-34
    Rear Derailleur : Sram XO
    Rear Shifter : Sram XO
    Chain : Sram PC99


    16,300 Kg With Spinergy wheels

    * "All Around" Wheels :
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    Spinergy Xyclone Enduro
    Tires : Maxxis Swampthing, 26*2.35 42aST, Simple Ply


    * "DH" Wheels :
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    Hubs : DT Swiss Hugi 440 20mm/12mm
    Spokes : DT Swiss Super Champion, noirs
    Rims : Spank Subrosa, 32 trous, White
    Tires : Maxxis or Michelin DH


















    My Volkswagen Caddy Life...with white marvellous bikes



    This photo is a "Joke" with my friend



    P.S : next custom fork decals


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    Freakin killer!! 135mm spacing, right? I love the duo, so beautiful.

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    Looks great! You always habe a bunch of stylish bikes Intenseman!
    One question though: why are you flying the british flag?

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    Quote Originally Posted by iRider
    Looks great! You always habe a bunch of stylish bikes Intenseman!
    One question though: why are you flying the british flag?
    Why not ?? I like the Nigel Page Edition...OK I'm French but my Grandparents lives has some kilometers of the British coast ...and I'm red Headed....I'm almost English, isn't it ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by EggsnBacon
    Freakin killer!! 135mm spacing, right? I love the duo, so beautiful.
    Thanks...Yes 135mm spacing (Spinergy Enduro doesn't exist in 150mm)

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    Oh yeah, forgot about that. I have the Fall line set and I think I they might be a bit of overkill. Time will tell.

    Also, I'm half british (my dad immigrated here) and even I would feel like a bit of a sell-out if I sported british flags

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    Last edited by Intenseman; 01-09-2008 at 12:41 PM.

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    Sweet looking SS

    Intenseman would you mind saying how much you weigh? I am about 200#s and will be using a 450 ti on my SS and want to know how you like yours at 400.

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    Nice bike Intense Man! How does it ride?

    Lovin the Caddy also Im after one of those.

    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by munkyspank
    Intenseman would you mind saying how much you weigh? I am about 200#s and will be using a 450 ti on my SS and want to know how you like yours at 400.
    75 Kg (165 lbs)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ukyowth
    Nice bike Intense Man! How does it ride?
    NP
    Thanks

    Only one ride...more infos next week

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    Great looking rides Intenseman. I've still not snapped any pics of mine sitting still.

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    400 lb spring

    munkyspank I'm about 210 lbs with gear and have been riding with the 400 lb stock spring for a while now, and although it has been fine for technical DH descents....I took on some larger hits on Sunday at Innerliethen and it took a pounding,....the 500 lb Ti spring should be hear this week and I can finally let her rip without worry!

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    Yo Intenseman, just wondering how you like the 55 on the 6.6? Im thinking about putting one on the SS.

    thanks,
    Pearl & Paiste, weapons of mass percussion

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    40,12 lbs (18,2kg)
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    38,58lbs (17,5kg)
    35,38lbs (16,05kg)
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    Quote Originally Posted by drumstix
    Yo Intenseman, just wondering how you like the 55 on the 6.6? Im thinking about putting one on the SS.

    thanks,
    Like that ?

    http://www.intenseride.com/openbar/v...?t=209&start=0

    http://www.intenseride.com/index.php...ion-decouverte

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    sexy "works" raw 6.6ss frame shots

    10 detail shots of the sweet raw 6.6ss. welds for days!

    http://www.littermag.com/2008/featur...featureID=1023

    The Fix Bikes

    The Fix Bikes

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    and my contribution-
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    don´t remember if it´s already in here
    mine:

    hope to get the wheelset back again soon.

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    My Slope Style for everyday fun mode. ....and please don't ask if that is a kick-stand. It is not, lol.

    At 160 mm travel



    At 140 mm travel

    Full filled with 6.6 then migrating to Slope Style for more. "Intense Slope Style Central"

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    Gawd,

    Beside specially color treated parts, I just noticed your super clean and creative cable routing.
    Full filled with 6.6 then migrating to Slope Style for more. "Intense Slope Style Central"

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    Hey bros, I'm new to this and I just wanna introduce myself along with my SS. Just recently I changed from the red one to the NP edit.

    @Intenseman: Mean build! I'm trying to get one of those two wheelsets as well. Used to have the EX1750 in my Nomad...maybe sort of fragile for the SS's intended use. So I guess I go for Spins - what's your experience?

    I plan to change cranks to XTR along with a LG1. Furthermore I'll install my 36 TALAS. Thai Spring is planned as well Deity lowriser and Intense saddle as much as Intense tyres planned as well. Weight?! No clue!











    Sorry for da poor quality - that's due to the iPhone cam.

    BTW: Using the fully integrated CaneCreek headset and lowering the fork's travel by 2cm results in WAY better handling! I can only recommend to run short forks, even if it tends to catch the roots with the pedals - Will go for 165mm cranks then maybe.

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