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    951 Photo Album

    951 FRO.
    Weighs in @ 40.14 lbs., Ti spring next month should put it @ sub-40.
    Post'em when ya get'em..........
    RTW.

    OK, made some changes.
    Ti spring from Diverse Suspension, steel spring weighed 2.00 lbs., new spring weighs 1.187 lbs., its a 550/3.00.
    Azonic World Force 09 30'' bars.
    Azonic 420 Flats, red.....
    Woodman Death Grip seat collar, red......
    Intense Sacred Heart saddle, red trim.....
    The only other change I'm going to do is a Boxxer Team, red......... maybe next week.

    And yes, I'll get Steber to take some pics when the fork is on......
    We have a 3 day weekend, going to dial in the rear.
    RTW.
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    That bike is sex on wheels. Well done.
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    awesome build Rick. is that a 200 or 180mm Travis?

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    my new 951

    my new ride.
    I defnitly love the 951!!!
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    Congratulations!!!...Espectacular...

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    Quote Originally Posted by M/K
    my new ride.
    I defnitly love the 951!!!
    WOW. I am so jealous. What's the ride like? Any reviews?

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    Demo 951

    <a href="http://s271.photobucket.com/albums/jj135/kevinmayer/FIveFive%20Album/?action=view&current=951II.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i271.photobucket.com/albums/jj135/kevinmayer/FIveFive%20Album/951II.jpg" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a>

    Here is America's 951.

    Weighs 39.07 with full Saint, Dual Ply Tires, steel spring, CB 5050X pedals, etc.!
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    hey RTW, nice!!! How was it borrowing JS camera...what lens did you use???

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    The 951 is one sweet looking rig! It just looks fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M/K
    my new ride.
    I defnitly love the 951!!!
    Nice, but you might want to rotate your LG1+ a bit forward

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christiaan
    Nice, but you might want to rotate your LG1+ a bit forward
    Not really possible because of big interferences from the lower link with the taco. You have to take material off the taco and space the guide out more than you would like to make it work. And it is still not possible to rotate it to the 11'o'clock position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schumi
    hey RTW, nice!!! How was it borrowing JS camera...what lens did you use???
    Actually, Steber took those photos while i was welding 951's, he surprised me.
    He came up to me and said '' hey, I helped you out with your thread, and posted the photos. '' I don't know what lens he used, but his camera stuff is the sh!t.
    I was very grateful to say the least.
    RTW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EF76
    awesome build Rick. is that a 200 or 180mm Travis?
    It's a 180. I will be switching to a Boxxer Team ( red slider, of course ) 203, when they become available. I am also waiting for my red Azonic pedals, and a red Woodman seat collar.
    RTW.

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    951 Tune

    First time I ride it, heres what I'll be listening to..........

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V5rKK3KuD8Y

    RTW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iRider
    Not really possible because of big interferences from the lower link with the taco. You have to take material off the taco and space the guide out more than you would like to make it work. And it is still not possible to rotate it to the 11'o'clock position.
    Well, a friend of mine managed to rotate it a bit further, bit more out of harms way

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    New question here. 951 Small Pic

    I want to see a photo of one 951 size "SMALL" or is the same size MEDIUM , in the Uzzi VP the form of frame is different, small Uzzi VP is almost equal to SS (Slope Style) and Uzzi VP small is different to Uzzi VP medium.
    Jeff please post a pic 951 "SMALL"
    Thanks very much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rickthewelder
    First time I ride it, heres what I'll be listening to..........

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V5rKK3KuD8Y

    RTW.
    Sh!t man i've just climbed up into the roof space and dug out the vinly, that group rocks Rick brings back some great memories..... Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rickthewelder
    It's a 180. I will be switching to a Boxxer Team ( red slider, of course ) 203, when they become available. I am also waiting for my red Azonic pedals, and a red Woodman seat collar.
    RTW.

    Dear Rick

    Is it right, that the complete build kit will come then available with a red Boxxer team ?



    Thank you and have fun with your nice new build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christiaan
    Nice, but you might want to rotate your LG1+ a bit forward
    Quote Originally Posted by Christiaan
    Well, a friend of mine managed to rotate it a bit further, bit more out of harms way
    I've had already modified my LG1+ a little bit, too. Now the lower link is able to move without getting in contact with the taco (in regular as well as in the narrow mode).

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    Quote Originally Posted by soniccube
    Dear Rick

    Is it right, that the complete build kit will come then available with a red Boxxer team ?



    Thank you and have fun with your nice new build.
    I'll ask Paul monday, but I think it could be available in red, white, or black.
    I'll let you know, and thanks for the compliments.
    RTW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rickthewelder
    I'll ask Paul monday, but I think it could be available in red, white, or black.
    I'll let you know, and thanks for the compliments.
    RTW.

    Thanks Rick, would be awesome to get this information straight from the factory So far it seemed like there will be only black Team Boxxer's available.

    Have a nice day and keep on welding

    Daniel
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    Quote Originally Posted by soniccube
    Thanks Rick, would be awesome to get this information straight from the factory So far it seemed like there will be only red Team Boxxer's available.

    Have a nice day and keep on welding

    Daniel
    The build kit says black only for the forks.
    Go BIG or Go HOME

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    Quote Originally Posted by CountryBoy
    The build kit says black only for the forks.

    Yeah, this is what i meant, sorry.
    But we'll get maybe some good news on monday

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    Quote Originally Posted by Intense Dirt Demo Tour
    Here is America's 951.
    That is probably the sexiest bike I have ever seen, no joke. I love it!

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    Nice bikes guys. Look fast...

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    Quote Originally Posted by iRider
    Not really possible because of big interferences from the lower link with the taco. You have to take material off the taco and space the guide out more than you would like to make it work. And it is still not possible to rotate it to the 11'o'clock position.
    FWIW: My LG-1 set up perfectly with rotation signed off by e-13 themselves. Really nice chainline and optimal crank/swingarm clearance.

    As follows:

    83mm Saint Cranks: 2 BB spacers on drive side, 1 on non-drive

    09 LG-1: 2 black spacers between boomerang and ISCG mount

    I spoke with e-13 about the OCT setup. This setup is a little more challenging as you cant space out the BB and ultimately the guide. As mentioned, with some minor gringing to the taco, you should be able to rotate the guide clockwise into a better position.
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    Gotta beg to differ with the Intense website. No way the 951 is the same weight as Socom given where these are building up. My large Socom built up to 36.5lb with similar components.

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    first 951 fro in horgen switzerland, thrill me baby

    16kg full setup

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    Cool! Looks like you have a giant Intense sign at your house!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Intense Dirt Demo Tour
    FWIW: My LG-1 set up perfectly with rotation signed off by e-13 themselves. Really nice chainline and optimal crank/swingarm clearance.

    As follows:

    83mm Saint Cranks: 2 BB spacers on drive side, 1 on non-drive

    09 LG-1: 2 black spacers between boomerang and ISCG mount

    I spoke with e-13 about the OCT setup. This setup is a little more challenging as you cant space out the BB and ultimately the guide. As mentioned, with some minor gringing to the taco, you should be able to rotate the guide clockwise into a better position.
    So you are saying you didn't have to modify the taco and left the granny ring mounts on the crank as well and could rotate it all the way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by swiss intense
    first 951 fro in horgen switzerland, thrill me baby

    16kg full setup
    @ swiss intense: Nice! I like it!

    what kind of spring did you use? 400lbs or something different? What is your weight?

    Thx
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    Quote Originally Posted by swiss intense
    first 951 fro in horgen switzerland, thrill me baby

    16kg full setup
    could you post some more pictures....that bike looks great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soniccube
    Thanks Rick, would be awesome to get this information straight from the factory So far it seemed like there will be only black Team Boxxer's available.

    Have a nice day and keep on welding

    Daniel
    Paul told me that the Boxxers in the build kit will be black, and the Outlaws will be grey.
    Hope that helps you out.
    RTW.

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    QUESTION TO MR. INTENSE: any chances to have a decal kit in racing green to the white frame? i hope so.

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    Large 951, 36.2 lbs and fast as hell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by QSBS
    36.2 lbs and fast as hell.
    Is that a medium or large?

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    Large and in charge...

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    QSBS that thing is ill! The green is HOT!!!

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    A Friends 951


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    o hot dam toons.. your pals got a double ring on that 951!!!! dudes are gonna have a coniption!!!
    there is unrest in the forest. there is trouble with the trees.

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    Aye but he couldn't get the front mech to fit, apparently not enough room & the seat tube is 38mm, plus something about the chain line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EF76
    o hot dam toons.. your pals got a double ring on that 951!!!! dudes are gonna have a coniption!!!
    and an XC lid by the looks of it....

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    Quote Originally Posted by toons101
    Aye but he couldn't get the front mech to fit, apparently not enough room & the seat tube is 38mm, plus something about the chain line.
    What chainguide is he running? Is he just running 2 rings and no derailer? Give us some info.

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    Just tell him to throw on a Hammerschimdt.


    and dont forget to tell us how it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kntr
    What chainguide is he running? Is he just running 2 rings and no derailer? Give us some info.
    He's running e13 drs e type, yep 2 rings with no derailer, what other info are you after?

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    Quote Originally Posted by toons101
    A Friends 951
    Did that frame come with red decals or was that a special order?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTBAlex
    Just tell him to throw on a Hammerschimdt.


    and dont forget to tell us how it is.
    LoL, excellent idea, I'll get back to you!

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    better yet, tell him to ditch the middle ring, and run a real chain device
    there is unrest in the forest. there is trouble with the trees.

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    that's next on the cards.

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    Does he ever drop the chain from the big ring to the lower on accident?

    How does it pedal in the small ring?

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