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    POST YOUR SUNDAY! build and updates.

    I know theres a ton of them out there and no thread for them in here . Since people seem to still be getting them used and refreshing them i figured it would be a good resource of.pics and personal builds for others to see and how ir worked. Betwen this and the rm sunday thread it should be a pretty solid help and resource.

    Got this large frame from a buddy so i stripped it polished it and built it up with my parts. Came in 38.04 with full casette heavier saddle and pedals. 37.4 now with dh casings.
    Im impressed at the cornering and pedaling of this bike. Its more plush than i figured it would be.

    Did the angleset on it at -1.5 and wow what a sled. Lol

    large frame striped/polished
    2010 boxxer wc avalanche cartridge
    marzocchi roco wc with ti spring (off too avy for race tune and parts)
    answer bars
    thomson stem
    thomson post
    sunline saddle
    e-13 guide
    Mkddleburn cranks
    crampon pedals
    cc angleset -1.5
    Avid elixir cr
    hadley wheels laced to 721s
    x0 der
    x9 shifter
    dura ace cassette
    Kmc xsl ti chain

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    very, very nice and very capable. are those your spare parts?
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    Quote Originally Posted by saturnine View Post
    very, very nice and very capable. are those your spare parts?
    Some, i sold my jedi and grabbed a sx trail built to the gills and this to flow till 2012.
    The sunday rips so far i need to adjust a few things then send the roco wc off to craig at avy.

    Did an angleset on it and now need to put a reg dm stem and have the shock race tuned and modified by craig. (and a new saddle lol i bent mine)
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    Nice sled. way to go on the angelset... what is your HA now? 63ish?

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    very nice build. I dig the polish job.
    slice up an inner tube and zip tie it at the back of the seat tube above the shock opening, draped down over the rear link and zip tied to the swingarm. there are zip tie points all over the place. will cut down on mud entering the crevices and it can really pack in there on a sunday.

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    Yeah it is around the 63 mark and I definently plan on the mud guard as soon as wetter weather hits Socal.
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    i visited the new iron horse website. the brand is now making only mall bikes. it is a sin what the current owners done to the name. i am glad i was able to build up probably one of the few remaining new 07 sundays this week which i got from ebay

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