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    Out with team Yellow, in with the red for 2012 and beyond. I slapped the Deemax on in preparation for the Formula One season. Guess who's team/manufacturer I'm rooting for..


    Some sales guy (lol) at Intense has my only other Vivid Air but otherwise, it'd be on my bike.
    Currently at 39lbs right now and hella fun to throw around Iowa Defrost on Vimeo .

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    sick ride!!

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    after several rides on the DB Air, i have to say that im really impressed with the shock. its on par, if not better then my coil DB. i am having to run the shock in the lowest progression setting but its been taking all the abuse ive been throwing at it.

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    is there a big difrenz between the midle and upper "linear" progression setting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8664 View Post
    is there a big difrenz between the midle and upper "linear" progression setting?
    I don't know if I can call it big, but you can note it definetely.
    The bike, especially on rough and hard tracks, is more reactive; if you got used to pump it before the obstacle, it's better a lot.

    It depends on you, but, for my likes I prefer it less linear and more progressive (.. reactiveness helps!)

    Have a good time with this bike, it's sooo...good

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    Quote Originally Posted by arthuar View Post
    I don't know if I can call it big, but you can note it definetely.
    The bike, especially on rough and hard tracks, is more reactive; if you got used to pump it before the obstacle, it's better a lot.

    It depends on you, but, for my likes I prefer it less linear and more progressive (.. reactiveness helps!)

    Have a good time with this bike, it's sooo...good
    ahh, if it is in the midle progressive.. hole you can push bump it before a jump...
    and in the upper hole is more plow..

    yes i wil have a nice time with this beast...

    9 or 9.5 travel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozzer View Post
    Out with team Yellow, in with the red for 2012 and beyond. I slapped the Deemax on in preparation for the Formula One season. Guess who's team/manufacturer I'm rooting for..

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    ride update.. as seen on Vital. New Dorado works great so far. The black E13 bashguard is 0.14 sec faster than the white.

    2013 Intense Bombers M9 - ozzer's Bike Check - Vital MTB
    I miss riding the M9. Been spending lots of time on the Carbine lately.

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    Like it you have the M9 stickers on the brake lever!


    How do you like the Dorado?

    Thanks,

    Quote Originally Posted by ozzer View Post
    ride update.. as seen on Vital. New Dorado works great so far. The black E13 bashguard is 0.14 sec faster than the white.

    2013 Intense Bombers M9 - ozzer's Bike Check - Vital MTB
    I miss riding the M9. Been spending lots of time on the Carbine lately.

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    @ozzer,very nice with Dorado, what you make to the downtube? i ride the dorade now 7mt, can't be happier!!!

    my frame is on the way

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8664 View Post
    my frame is on the way
    How many M9's have you owned up to now? What happened to your Doberman Stella?
    2012 Intense M9
    2012 Pivot Mach 5.7 Carbon
    2008 Look 595
    2007 Custom Litespeed Sewanee

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    i like to ride diverse bikes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8664 View Post
    i like to ride diverse bikes.
    Sounds good to me. What shock and fork are you going to have on your latest iteration?
    2012 Intense M9
    2012 Pivot Mach 5.7 Carbon
    2008 Look 595
    2007 Custom Litespeed Sewanee

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbnozpikr View Post
    Sounds good to me. What shock and fork are you going to have on your latest iteration?
    check this
    Life is beautiful

    fork dorado!
    Last edited by 8664; 12-08-2012 at 09:08 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8664 View Post
    @ozzer,very nice with Dorado, what you make to the downtube?
    The down tube protection is the same downtube protection used on the Carbine -just slightly cutout to fit.
    (Jeff, better stock up and create a SKU to sell this stuff).
    I thought it was a neat novelty to have as a first line of defense for the highly battered spot of the frame.


    I really like my Dorado...so far. It's all just a matter of how reliable it's going to be from this point forward. So far, I LIKE it and two of the guys in our team have switched as well after taking my Dorado for a run or two.

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    @ozzer
    thanks.
    is there a big difference between the boxxer and dorado... weigh,t small bumps feedback, fork rake ..?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozzer View Post
    I thought it was a neat novelty to have as a first line of defense for the highly battered spot of the frame.
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    LizardSkins makes a "Carbon Leather" version that feels pretty tough and fits perfect on the M9 with just a couple tiny notches for the cable stays.


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    super nice!

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    'Tentense...or Intenseman

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    my fluo baby
    boom shakalaka
    16.32Kg
    Last edited by 8664; 12-20-2012 at 12:15 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8664 View Post
    my fluo baby 16.32Kg
    Nice!
    2012 Intense M9
    2012 Pivot Mach 5.7 Carbon
    2008 Look 595
    2007 Custom Litespeed Sewanee

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    Dang, looking at all these slick rigs makes me want to ride - the 9 is getting some dirt action this weekend for sure. Nice job on your builds guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbnozpikr View Post
    I just got the brake lines replaced and picked it up this morning. A big thanks to Brian at Wrench Science. Can't wait to get out and ride.
    that is a large size?

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    my medium have a 13.5cm headtube like a large frame but frame is a medium any idea why?
    EDIT:
    since mid 12" the medium hafe the same HT like the Large 13.4mm.
    Last edited by 8664; 12-21-2012 at 10:55 PM.

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    @ 8664, I am pretty sure Intense has always used the same head tube length for medium and large M9s. That goes for most of their frames with full 1.5" head tubes.

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    Cool,

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