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    Tracer VP Photo Album

    So here it is!


    I'm waiting for a talas...

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    Congrats P, nice bike as is your buddies. Enjoy.

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    my tracer

    here is mine
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    Nice bike!

    What size is it Rocknical?

    Cheers.

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    *Frame: Works red medium
    *Rider weight: 155lb
    *Rider height: 5' 9"

    *suspension: Rock Shox Lyrik 2 step
    *brakes: Formula One 180 front/160 rear w/Goodridge lines
    *cranks: Race Face Deus
    *front derailleur/rear Shimano XT/SRAM 9.0
    *shifters: SRAM 9.0
    *pedals: Time ATAC
    *stem: Thomson 90mm
    *handlebar: Easton monkeylite
    *seatpost: All mountain post
    *saddle: Terry fly
    *headset: Cane Creek double flush xc
    *grips: lizard skin lock on
    *tires (front/rear): F- Maxxis Ardent 2.25 R- Maxxis Avantage 2.25
    *front wheel: Hadley hub/DT swiss 5.1 rim tubeless conversion
    *rear wheel: Chris King hub/Mavic 819
    *weight: 31 lbs
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    Rider weight: 165lb
    Rider height: 5' 8"

    Buildlist:
    Medium Tracer VP
    DT Swiss EXC 150 TA 20mm
    Hope Tech M4 180/180
    Syncros Gain HandleBar
    Syncros AM 90mm Stem
    Syncros Grips
    Thomson Masterpiece Seatpost
    WTB Laser v Team Saddle
    XTR Single Ring 32T crankset
    Syncros bashring
    Mavic XM819 rims
    Nukeproof hubs
    Conti MountainKing 2.4
    Sram X.0 medium rear mech
    Sram X.0 trigger
    Sram 990 cassette
    KMC X9 Light Chain
    NC-17 MG Magnesium Pedals
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    Weight 29lbs
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    Redstne's ride

    Here's my Tracer VP. Been on it for a few months now and loving every minute. I've got it set up in a light 5.5 mode as it suits my riding style to a tee. It's also available for any Front Rangers to demo

    Large Raw/Works Tracer VP frame
    Fox 32 140RLC fork
    Sunline reducer headset
    Thomson Stem
    Sunline V1 carbon bar
    Thomson post
    WTB Rocket V Team saddle
    XTR shifters
    XTR brakes 180/160
    XTR crank
    XTR ft der
    XT rear der
    DT 240disc hub/Mavic 717 rim/Revolution spokes
    XT cassette
    SRAM 971 chain
    Intense 2.25CC tires
    XT pedals

    28.6lbs as pictured
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    I just finished my Tracer build and I have to say, this is my best build yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sampo69
    beautiful bike. how do you like the dt swiss fork? is that the 20mm or the new qr15 on there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by qbert2000
    beautiful bike. how do you like the dt swiss fork? is that the 20mm or the new qr15 on there?
    Thank You! 20mm. The fork is still a mystery. Its like -5'C to -15'C so riding is minimal right now. And all gets stiff in cold. But what little riding have do, i like it. Its smooth and responsive. Eats small and big. Bobs a little when hammering on the tube, but aint they all

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    Quote Originally Posted by vlxray
    I just finished my Tracer build and I have to say, this is my best build yet.
    That's a stunning looking bike. Do you have any pics of it with the TALAS set to 130mm?

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    Nice bikes! I have posted mine before but it looks like we are consolidating in one thread (hopefully sticky and add setups).

    *Frame: Works - Large
    *Rider weight: 190lb
    *Rider height: 6' 1"

    *suspension: 36 Talas 1.5 / RP23 run in six inch mode
    *brakes: Avid Elixir CR 6" rear rotor, 8" front
    *cranks: XT
    *front derailleur/rear d: XT, XT
    *shifters: XT
    *pedals: Crank Bros Candy SL
    *stem: Syncros 1.5 80mm
    *handlebar: Easton EC70 low rise
    *seatpost: Thomson
    *saddle: WTB Devo
    *headset: King 1.5
    *grips: ODI Ruffian
    *tires (front/rear): Front (switch between Kenda Excavator 2.35 DTC and Schwalbe Big Betty Triple) Rear Nevegal 2.1 DTC
    *front wheel: I9 Enduro
    *rear wheel: I9 Enduro
    weight: Just shy of 30lbs without pedals
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    need to post specs

    Hey, before anyone else posts, it would be cool to use the same format as other "posting of pics".

    What do you think?

    For example -

    *Frame: Battleship Grey -medium
    *Rider weight: 155lb
    *Rider height: 5' 9"

    *suspension: 08 Fox Vanilla. 36rc2/ Fox dhx air
    *brakes: Hayes El Camino disc 6" rear rotor, 8" front
    Goodrich Brakeline kit
    *cranks: Race Face Diablo 170mm w/ bash
    *front derailleur/rear d: Hone, SRAM X0
    *shifters: SRAM X0
    *pedals: Crank Bros Candy- light grey
    *stem: Thomson x4 70mm- 0 degree's
    *handlebar: RaceFace Diablos riser DH bars
    *seatpost: Thomson Elite
    *saddle: WTB Pure
    *headset: Cane Creek xc Zero Stack
    *grips: ODI rouge
    *tires (front/rear): F- Kenda Nevegal 2.50 STICK-E, R- Nevegal 2.35
    *front wheel: Mavic Cross max XL- 20 mm TA
    *rear wheel: Mavic Cross max XL -QR
    *weight: 33.25 lbs

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    this will definitely my comeback rig....

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    Repost pic. It's all dirty now. I'll have to take a current shot (action maybe) & replace this one.

    *Frame: Works Red - Large
    *Rider weight: 185lb
    *Rider height: 6' 1"

    *suspension: Manitou Minute Absolute
    *brakes: Hayes Stroker 6" rear rotor, 8" front
    *cranks: Truvativ Stylo
    *front derailleur/rear d: XT, XTR older
    *shifters: XTR
    *pedals: Crank Bros Triple Ti
    *stem: FSA OS-150 90mm -10 degree's
    *handlebar: Easton EA
    *seatpost: Joplin
    *saddle: SLR
    *headset: King
    *grips: Ergon GX
    *tires (front/rear): WTB Weirwolf race LT 2.55
    *front wheel: DT Swiss EX-1750
    *rear wheel: DT Swiss EX-1750
    weight: 30 lbs - ish
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    Sticky please!!!!!!!!!!!

    Also, there seem to be a ton of Tracers on this board but not many reviews in the review sections. What gives?

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    I have not yet had a chance to do an actual trail ride but I plan to this weekend. I will post a review once I shred some trails on it. I have done a test ride around the neighborhood and the bike feels awesome. It's very plush yet pedals very well. The geometry feels spot on. I think this will be the ultimate "do everything" bike.

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    Mine's still not built up yet completely, but here's a teaser:


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    @twouareks: looking promising!!! Really want to see this one build up completely
    New Tracer is a bomb dude's

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    Here's mine:

    Frame: Medium works red
    Shock: Cane Creek Double Barrel with Nuke Proof ti-spring
    Fork: 2009 Fox Van36 RC2
    Wheels:
    Rim: Notubes Flow
    Spokes: supercomp
    Nipples: Alloy
    Hubs: Chris King Pewter Funbolts/20mm
    Crankset: Middelburn duo 29/42t
    Bottom bracket: SKF BXC600
    Pedals: Time ATAC Ti-carbon
    Front der: XTR
    Rear der. SRAM XO
    Chain: SRAM pc990
    Cassette: SRAM pg990
    Shifters: SRAM X9
    Stem: Thomson X4 0-70mm
    Handelbar: USE Atom carbon
    Grips: ODI Lock on
    Brakes: Formula Oro Bianco with Goodridge braided hoses
    Seatpost: Thiomson Masterpice
    Saddel: Selle Itali SLR XC
    Headset: Hope Flush reducer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by twouareks
    Mine's still not built up yet completely, but here's a teaser:

    Awe man don't do this! Black Chrome what a fantastic colour, hopefully your full build will be posted soon. Cheers twouareks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nr7wave
    Here's mine:

    Frame: Medium works red
    Shock: Cane Creek Double Barrel with Nuke Proof ti-spring
    Fork: 2009 Fox Van36 RC2
    Wheels:
    Rim: Notubes Flow
    Spokes: supercomp
    Nipples: Alloy
    Hubs: Chris King Pewter Funbolts/20mm
    Crankset: Middelburn duo 29/42t
    Bottom bracket: SKF BXC600
    Pedals: Time ATAC Ti-carbon
    Front der: XTR
    Rear der. SRAM XO
    Chain: SRAM pc990
    Cassette: SRAM pg990
    Shifters: SRAM X9
    Stem: Thomson X4 0-70mm
    Handelbar: USE Atom carbon
    Grips: ODI Lock on
    Brakes: Formula Oro Bianco with Goodridge braided hoses
    Seatpost: Thiomson Masterpice
    Saddel: Selle Itali SLR XC
    Headset: Hope Flush reducer.
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    Awsome

    I must fix my CCDB on my frame

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    found this beautiful picture of a black chrome tracer on flickr:



    i just saw that this is twouarek's bike! can't wait to see it finished!!

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    Oh boy. That black chrome is THE one color Intense should consider to add NOW for the Tracer (and whole Intense) lineup. That's way more beautiful than the SE blue.

    PLEASE INTENSE, MAKE THIS COLOR AN OPTION!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black RONIN
    Oh boy. That black chrome is THE one color Intense should consider to add NOW for the Tracer (and whole Intense) lineup. That's way more beautiful than the SE blue.

    PLEASE INTENSE, MAKE THIS COLOR AN OPTION!!!
    Absolutely, this is a fantastic colour Intense. Keep the passion alive

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    Hi Guys, a quick question for all you Tracer owners:

    I'm considering getting one very soon but was wondering how the paint jobs are holding up on your bikes? A friend of mine who has a SOCOM said to go for the Raw alu finish as the paint on Intenses isn't very tough. What do you guys think?

    thanks

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    I have a black stealth and donīt recomende it. It's too hard to clean it and the cables ruin the paint.

    On mate color the dirt is like glue!
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    Quote Originally Posted by danchapman
    Hi Guys, a quick question for all you Tracer owners:

    I'm considering getting one very soon but was wondering how the paint jobs are holding up on your bikes? A friend of mine who has a SOCOM said to go for the Raw alu finish as the paint on Intenses isn't very tough. What do you guys think?

    thanks
    Works Red and Stealth Black holding up very well for me in the UK. No problems so far.

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    *Frame: White Large
    *Rider weight: 230lb
    *Rider height: 6' 0"

    *suspension: 09 Fox 36 TALAS RC2/ RP23
    *brakes: Avid Elixir CR 203f/185r
    *cranks: XT
    *front derailleur/rear d: XT
    *shifters: XT
    *pedals: PD-647
    *stem: Synchros AM 1.5 80mm
    *handlebar: Easton Monkeylite XC Lo Rise
    *seatpost: Thomson Elite
    *saddle: WTB Rocket V
    *headset: King 1.5
    *grips: ODI Ruffian
    *tires (front/rear): Mountain King 2.4 UST
    *wheels: Industry Nine Enduro w/ Stans
    *weight: ~31lbs



    09 Tracer VP - "wtf, am I hovering?"

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    just so you guys know I found a new powder for the stealth black and it is way better and resembles beadblasted black ano & the durability is now way better to.I will get a pic posted of it & has been shipping for the last couple of months.

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    Mr Intense My Tracer VP it's not an example of that, after a first ride I had to put some protective decals. Protective decals in a Black Stealth is like a GI Joe with make up...

    When can we have a Black Chrome Tracer VP for the HammerShmidt? (Isaw one works in the demo topic)

    Thank you for your time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr intense
    just so you guys know I found a new powder for the stealth black and it is way better and resembles beadblasted black ano & the durability is now way better to.I will get a pic posted of it & has been shipping for the last couple of months.
    Cheers Mr intense, looking forward to seeing it.

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    Intense Tracer Works Red (large)

    First pictures of my Tracer after a Sunday ride 16+ miles, +2 degrees centigrade a bit muddy this bike is truly fantastic. No large drops over 3-4', mostly trail use with loads of ascending/descending and it keeps wanting more. Pedals super efficiently and plush running approximately 25-30% sag, this is perfect I enjoy pedalling up and down and the bike responds perfectly. I've not posted before due to getting set up right (dialling in suspension) etc. and wanting to truly balance response after selling on my beloved 5.5 FRO. My Tracer has the pedigree and more of a true trail bike, looking forward to a run over to Kirroughtree Scotland and hopefully further abroad! I have only run in 6'' travel mode front and rear love it, Fox 36 compliments this bike perfectly super plush and stiff (bring on the rock gardens ) true missile when descending. I'm 6' 2'' and a 70mm stem is perfect for me, toyed with the idea of running wider bars possibly 710mm still not sold
    on that yet. Weight so far 31.2 lbs with pedals in pictures very happy with this as I mentioned I like to pedal and this bike delivers like my previous 27lb 5.5 FRO but much more stable and precise dare I say much more craic. Cheers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by doogie
    First pictures of my Tracer after a Sunday ride 16+ miles, +2 degrees centigrade a bit muddy this bike is truly fantastic. No large drops over 3-4', mostly trail use with loads of ascending/descending and it keeps wanting more. Pedals super efficiently and plush running approximately 25-30% sag, this is perfect I enjoy pedalling up and down and the bike responds perfectly. I've not posted before due to getting set up right (dialling in suspension) etc. and wanting to truly balance response after selling on my beloved 5.5 FRO. My Tracer has the pedigree and more of a true trail bike, looking forward to a run over to Kirroughtree Scotland and hopefully further abroad! I have only run in 6'' travel mode front and rear love it, Fox 36 compliments this bike perfectly super plush and stiff (bring on the rock gardens ) true missile when descending. I'm 6' 2'' and a 70mm stem is perfect for me, toyed with the idea of running wider bars possibly 710mm still not sold
    on that yet. Weight so far 31.2 lbs with pedals in pictures very happy with this as I mentioned I like to pedal and this bike delivers like my previous 27lb 5.5 FRO but much more stable and precise dare I say much more craic. Cheers.
    How do you like the 36 Float? I'm having a hard time deciding between the TALAS and the Float.

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    What is the wheelbase size for the small tracer vp? 160mm fork mode/130mm?

    found in flickr.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by twouareks
    How do you like the 36 Float? I'm having a hard time deciding between the TALAS and the Float.
    Hi twouareks, I really think the 36 Float is a great fork. Very stiff, tracks precisely through the big rock gardens/root sections and super super plush. Love the quick release system so quick and easy to remove and install back again also I expected this fork to be heavy for 160mm travel and as a real bonus it wasn't. Takes big hits with ease and never makes you feel 'oh my god I'm out of control' Its a great fork as mentioned, long climbs are no problem a slight adjustment on the saddle and elbows down and the bike will fly up 'em! Take the time to dial it in and it will reward with big smiles. Having the Talas maybe a bonus not sure as I have not used this fork. I'm a big Fox fork fan so maybe slightly bias in opinion, either decision you make I'm sure you'll be happy. Really looking forward to seeing your bike built up, all the best. Cheers.

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    I'm still waiting for my Talas 36, but I can post my LEGO minifig. Hope you like it!


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    Build for us older guys trying to stay in one piece...

    Large. Gravity Dropper, 66 ATA, Crossmax SX's. 32lbs. 14.5" BB. Just what I was looking for. Can easily switch of the 66 and the wheels for a 36 Talas and ST's for easier trail rides. Really sets up well. Not too slack. Feels just capable as my 6.6, but pedals much lighter and has much better overall geometry.
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    Large. Gravity Dropper, 66 ATA, Crossmax SX's. 32lbs. 14.5" BB. Just what I was looking for. Can easily switch of the 66 and the wheels for a 36 Talas and ST's for easier trail rides. Really sets up well. Not too slack. Feels just capable as my 6.6, but pedals much lighter and has much better overall geometry.

    Thats a real beauty, enjoy.

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    Tracer VP coil

    Quote Originally Posted by nr7wave
    Here's mine:

    Frame: Medium works red
    Shock: Cane Creek Double Barrel with Nuke Proof ti-spring
    Fork: 2009 Fox Van36 RC2
    Wheels:
    Rim: Notubes Flow
    Spokes: supercomp
    Nipples: Alloy
    Hubs: Chris King Pewter Funbolts/20mm
    Crankset: Middelburn duo 29/42t
    Bottom bracket: SKF BXC600
    Pedals: Time ATAC Ti-carbon
    Front der: XTR
    Rear der. SRAM XO
    Chain: SRAM pc990
    Cassette: SRAM pg990
    Shifters: SRAM X9
    Stem: Thomson X4 0-70mm
    Handelbar: USE Atom carbon
    Grips: ODI Lock on
    Brakes: Formula Oro Bianco with Goodridge braided hoses
    Seatpost: Thiomson Masterpice
    Saddel: Selle Itali SLR XC
    Headset: Hope Flush reducer.
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    BAD ASS with coil front and rear...I am buying one with a similar setup. Medium with Fox 36 VAN R and Fox DHX/RCS titanium spring.
    Please post the weight on it.
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueRidgeRider
    BAD ASS with coil front and rear...I am buying one with a similar setup. Medium with Fox 36 VAN R and Fox DHX/RCS titanium spring.
    Please post the weight on it.
    Thanks
    With the new wheelset I just finished building(DT Swiss 240, Notubes Flow, Supercomp, alloy nipples@1689 grams) and with more sensible tires(Kenda Navegal Stickee 2,35), it weighs 13,9 kg(30,58 lbs) with the ccdb shock. With rp23 it weighs 13,4 kg(29,48 lbs). I'm very happy with that weight.

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    I see on the Intense website there are many colors available on the custom section. => http://www.intensecycles.com/2008/bikes.php?model=5529
    When these colors will be available ?

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    nevermind the site, in February arrives the new one and them we wil see.

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    Mine

    *Frame: Works Red - Large
    *Rider weight: 210 lb
    *Rider height: 5' 11"

    *Suspension: 08 Rock Shock Pike 454 Air U-Turn, with custom decals / 09 Fox RP23
    *Brakes: Hope Mono M4, braided hose, Floating rotor, 203mm front, 183mm rear
    *Cranks: Shimano XTR
    *Front derailleur/rear d: XT, XTR
    *Shifters: XT with Goodridge Clear braided outers
    *Pedals: Crank Bros 5050xx custom works raw + red
    *Stem: Thomson X4 70mm -0 degree
    *Handlebar: Easton EA70, low-rise
    *Seatpost: Thomson Elite
    *Saddle: SDG Bel Air RL Ti
    *Headset: Hope 1.5Ē Stepdown
    *Grips: Sunline Lock-on, Thick
    *Tires (front/rear): Bontrager Mud-X 2.0Ē (Winter)
    *Front wheel: DT Swiss XR 4.2D on Hope Pro IIís
    *Rear wheel: DT Swiss XR 4.2D on Hope Pro IIís
    *Weight: 30 lbs (with pedals)
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    Good job! Nice build!

    Quote Originally Posted by iDrew
    Mine

    *Frame: Works Red - Large
    *Rider weight: 210 lb
    *Rider height: 5' 11"

    *Suspension: 08 Rock Shock Pike 454 Air U-Turn, with custom decals / 09 Fox RP23
    *Brakes: Hope Mono M4, braided hose, Floating rotor, 203mm front, 183mm rear
    *Cranks: Shimano XTR
    *Front derailleur/rear d: XT, XTR
    *Shifters: XT with Goodridge Clear braided outers
    *Pedals: Crank Bros 5050xx custom works raw + red
    *Stem: Thomson X4 70mm -0 degree
    *Handlebar: Easton EA70, low-rise
    *Seatpost: Thomson Elite
    *Saddle: SDG Bel Air RL Ti
    *Headset: Hope 1.5Ē Stepdown
    *Grips: Sunline Lock-on, Thick
    *Tires (front/rear): Bontrager Mud-X 2.0Ē (Winter)
    *Front wheel: DT Swiss XR 4.2D on Hope Pro IIís
    *Rear wheel: DT Swiss XR 4.2D on Hope Pro IIís
    *Weight: 30 lbs (with pedals)
    I was originally torn between getting the Stealth Black or Pearl White but that Works Red is looking damn nice! Decisions, decisions...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr intense
    just so you guys know I found a new powder for the stealth black and it is way better and resembles beadblasted black ano & the durability is now way better to.I will get a pic posted of it & has been shipping for the last couple of months.
    Hi mr intense, what's the difference in finish between the two powders used?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MondoRides
    I was originally torn between getting the Stealth Black or Pearl White but that Works Red is looking damn nice! Decisions, decisions...
    I'm partial to Pearl White hehe
    09 Tracer VP - "wtf, am I hovering?"

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    Me too

    Quote Originally Posted by jonny427
    I'm partial to Pearl White hehe
    My 6.6 is Pearl White but I'm thinking I should try something different with the Tracer.
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    Tracer Special Edition

    *Frame: CRC Blue SE

    *Suspension: 09 Fox 36 Talas RC2 White / 09 Fox RP23
    *Brakes: Shimano XT 4 piston BR-M755, 203mm front, 183mm rear [soon to be White magura Louise Carbon]
    *Cranks: Shimano XTR
    *Front derailleur/rear d: XT, XT Shadow
    *Shifters: XTR
    *Pedals: Shimano DX 647
    *Stem: Truvativ Holzfeller
    *Handlebar: Easton MonkeyLite DH 711mm Hi Rise
    *Seatpost: Crank Brothers Joplin R
    *Saddle: WTB Rocket V Race
    *Headset: FSA Orbit 1.5R
    *Grips: Oury ODI
    *Front wheel: Mavic EN521 on Hope Pro IIís
    *Rear wheel: Mavic EN521 on Hope Pro IIís
    *Weight: 31.9 lbs all included
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    Quote Originally Posted by Igal sigal
    *Frame: CRC Blue SE

    *Suspension: 09 Fox 36 Talas RC2 White / 09 Fox RP23
    *Brakes: Shimano XT 4 piston BR-M755, 203mm front, 183mm rear [soon to be White magura Louise Carbon]
    *Cranks: Shimano XTR
    *Front derailleur/rear d: XT, XT Shadow
    *Shifters: XTR
    *Pedals: Shimano DX 647
    *Stem: Truvativ Holzfeller
    *Handlebar: Easton MonkeyLite DH 711mm Hi Rise
    *Seatpost: Crank Brothers Joplin R
    *Saddle: WTB Rocket V Race
    *Headset: FSA Orbit 1.5R
    *Grips: Oury ODI
    *Front wheel: Mavic EN521 on Hope Pro IIís
    *Rear wheel: Mavic EN521 on Hope Pro IIís
    *Weight: 31.9 lbs all included
    Wow, very nice, very nice indeed! Enjoy.

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