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    Quote Originally Posted by aedubber View Post
    Thx guys ! sure am missing the feel of a coil shock lol .. Bike rides very nicely and i cant believe how well it climbs Little quick spin at a local spot.
    I like all the blue accents. Very well done. Is that a trick of the light or did you switch to Enduro fork seals (which are blue)?
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    TSC- Thx ,no tricks here lol ... As far as seals go they are just the regular seals .

    Just realized my shock is in the steep mode ! Ha , i gotta get that baby setup in the slack mode
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    in like flynn




    Bike setup:
    * Frame Size & Color: Large Black
    * Rear Shock: Avalanche Woodie 500# Spring
    * Fork: Lyrik Two Step Air Taper with Avalanche Cartridge
    * Brakes: Magura MT6 with SL rotors 203mm (f)/180mm (r)
    * Shifter: SRAM X9 9 Speed
    * Cranks: Shimano Saint
    * Chainring: e*thirteen 35t
    * Chainguide: MRP mini-G SL
    * Rear Derailleur: SRAM X9 super short
    * Pedals: Canfield Bros. Ultimate
    * Stem: 40mm Truvativ (placeholder?)
    * Handlebar: Chromag Fubar OSX 760
    * Seatpost: Rockshox Reverb (getting refurb'd at the moment)
    * Saddle: Chromag Lynx DT
    * Cassette: Shimano XT 11-34
    * Headset: Cane Creek 40
    * Grips: Rogue
    * Front Tire: Specialized Butcher SX 2.3
    * Front Rim: Stans Flow ZTR
    * Front Hub: Hadley
    * Rear Tire: Fat Albert 2.4
    * Rear Rim: Stans Flow ZTR
    * Rear Hub: Hadley

    *Rider Setup
    *Weight: 220 geared
    *Height: 6'
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    Very nice. How is the Lyrik with the Avy cart treating you so far?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rscecil007 View Post
    Very nice. How is the Lyrik with the Avy cart treating you so far?
    4 rides in, so just started turning knobs on it. Backed off compression 2 clicks. I know that this isn't the same fork or designed to be the same as the 66RC3Ti I had before, but that is the measuring stick!

    I think, given my weight, I am seeing just what Craig warns about with air forks. I'm going to keep playing with air pressure and settings to get the most out of this before I just turn around and drop a coil in it. Good thing I got such a great deal on it used, so I couldn't resist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharacterZero View Post
    4 rides in, so just started turning knobs on it. Backed off compression 2 clicks. I know that this isn't the same fork or designed to be the same as the 66RC3Ti I had before, but that is the measuring stick!

    I think, given my weight, I am seeing just what Craig warns about with air forks. I'm going to keep playing with air pressure and settings to get the most out of this before I just turn around and drop a coil in it. Good thing I got such a great deal on it used, so I couldn't resist.
    When you say you adjusted the compression, did you adjust the bottom screw? You're probably smarter than me; but, Craig had to tell me that I was adjusting the rebound, not the compression, when turning the top screw. In my defense, the manual only says the following (I added the bold) to help you know that they are backwards of convention. Also, the red nut on bottom next to the compression adjuster and the gold on top next to the rebound adjuster adds to the confusion IMO.

    From the manual:

    The fork cap adjuster is the low speed rebound and the standard setting is 12 clicks out (counterclockwise) from full hard. The 10 mm adapter bolt contains the low speed compression adjuster and the standard setting is 12 clicks out (counterclockwise) from full hard. It can be turn by inserting a small (3.75 mm wide max) flat blade screwdriver up into the lower leg adapter bolt.
    The fork was much easier to set up, once I figured this out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TSC View Post
    When you say you adjusted the compression, did you adjust the bottom screw? You're probably smarter than me; but, Craig had to tell me that I was adjusting the rebound, not the compression, when turning the top screw. In my defense, the manual only says the following (I added the bold) to help you know that they are backwards of convention. Also, the red nut on bottom next to the compression adjuster and the gold on top next to the rebound adjuster adds to the confusion IMO.

    From the manual:



    The fork was much easier to set up, once I figured this out.
    Agreed, it could follow convention more, but I was with you - really reading the manual was important for setup here! I had it straightened out in my head leading up to the first ride, so that helped. That and putting a very small screw driver into the pack so I could dial in some on the trail.

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    Eta 12/06

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharacterZero View Post



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    A little bit touch of green

    since I couldn't imagine myself riding a glowing yellow
    I was thinking a similar accent to my upcoming black too...
    But since you already made it, I may go for a little bit different color then
    Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullit_cn View Post
    A little bit touch of green

    since I couldn't imagine myself riding a glowing yellow
    I was thinking a similar accent to my upcoming black too...
    But since you already made it, I may go for a little bit different color then
    Cheers,
    yeah, that bike is alright...

    would be better with these cranks

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    Just her built

    Fox float
    sunline v1 745
    xt brakes 180/160
    reverb
    x.0 9 speed shifters
    x.9 rear
    stylo's
    dt swiss ex500 and 240 hubs(not shown)
    transition stem
    oury lock ons

    I tried to get a good picture with it glowing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aedubber View Post
    Forget the Chili, lets hear some more about the sweet machine in the background!!

    Seriously, though....gorgeous build. The blue & black looks amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thegromit View Post
    Just her built

    Fox float
    sunline v1 745
    xt brakes 180/160
    reverb
    x.0 9 speed shifters
    x.9 rear
    stylo's
    dt swiss ex500 and 240 hubs(not shown)
    transition stem
    oury lock ons

    I tried to get a good picture with it glowing.
    Can you take a clearer picture?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eastshorebiker View Post
    Can you take a clearer picture?
    And post a weight!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrniceguy42 View Post
    Rear shock shipped today. Either gonna be here by friday but most likely early next week. It's the last piece of the build! No more pics from me but a cool video to keep the stoke goin!


    Great riding and good editing for an excellent bike

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    Updates...

    Have been riding the Chilcotin since Spring and have made a few changes over that time. I don't know how it happened, but it is built more like the Delirium now

    * Went from 710 wide 40mm rise bars with 80mm stem to 740 wide 35mm rise Kore bars and a 70mm Thompson stem.

    * XT cranks to Saint 2x with 26 36 Blackspire rings. 9 to 10 speed with 11-36 XT cassette and XT plus mid cage derailleur with 10spd shifter up front.

    * Cane Creek DBair to Avalanche Woodie with 500lb spring. Still have the DBair.

    * Syncros DS 28 rims to Stans Flow EX rims.

    * Maxxis Ardent 2.4 F / 2.25 rear to High Roller 2 EXO: 3C front 60A rear. Pressures lowered 3 to 4 pounds.

    Overall the changes have transformed the bike into a solid performer for any of the riding I do. The bike tracks much better in the rough with the Woodie and does not require excess sag to do so. The lower pressures for the HR2 tires on Flow EX rims (with tubes) also contributed to better control on high speed chatter. The wider bars and shorter stem have improved stability and make standing and climbing easier. The XT plus and 10 speed set up has improved shifting and chain noise.

    Is the Chilcotin better than the Delirium now? They are both a blast to ride overall but the Delirium still has the edge when pointed down hill as expected.
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    Smile Unboxing

    Finally, the package with the frame and few parts arrived last week.
    Here's my PDA [Public Displays of Affection] I am not ashamed of!

    Many thanks to guys at Knolly [especially Dusty Bottoms] for making this possible!!!
    Thank you tiSS'er for your words of wisdom and patience while answering my questions.






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    the hell just happened?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BikeBert View Post
    Finally, the package with the frame and few parts arrived last week.
    Here's my PDA [Public Displays of Affection] I am not ashamed of!

    Many thanks to guys at Knolly [especially Dusty Bottoms] for making this possible!!!
    Thank you tiSS'er for your words of wisdom and patience while answering my questions.


    to be continued...
    Fantastic. Love the pics, glad you did the Avy cartridge. You will not be disappointed. I hope that thing is built up already
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    Nice!
    How did you score a Knolly t-shirt?

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    34.07 LBS
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    Quote Originally Posted by thegromit View Post
    34.07 LBS
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    Could of been 34lbs even had it been a raw frame!
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    Quote Originally Posted by blcman View Post
    Could of been 34lbs even had it been a raw frame!

    Well worth the glow n' the dark... I blame the mud on there
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    Bert, much better than the pics of you hosing off the Endorphin, wearing a speedo.
    Nice KOM, sorry about your penis.

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    Some awesome looking builds. I am slowly obtaining parts for mine, but am in no rush as I am waiting for the 2013 Vengeances. Here is my proposed build, can't wait to get it together, and then get back out to CO this spring to put it through the wringer.

    Frame: Small Black
    Rear Shock: DBA with the high flow can
    Fork: Vengeance HLR Coil (Hoping to run at 170 comfortably)
    Brakes: Hope Stealth V4's F-183/R-160
    Shifter: Saint M820
    Cranks: XO 170
    Chainring: Bling Ring 32
    Chainguide: E-13 LG1+
    Rear Derailleur: Saint M820
    Pedals: Canfield Ultimates
    Stem: 70mm Haven
    Handlebar: Carbon Haven 711
    Seatpost: X-Fusion Hilo SL? (Waiting to see how the Thomson turns out)
    Saddle: WTB Devo Carbon
    Cassette: Shimano XT 11-36
    Headset: Cane Creek 40
    Grips: RF Half Nelson
    Front Tire: Hans Dampf 2.35
    Front Rim: Stans Flow EX
    Front Hub: Hope Evo 2
    Rear Tire: Nobby Nic 2.25
    Rear Rim: Stans Flow EX
    Rear Hub: Hope Evo 2

    Should build up to right around or barely under 30lbs. Have wider bars/shorter stem and chunkier tires for lift days.

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