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    Is that a M or L frame Ryman?

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    medium

    medium frame with a 90mm Chromag Ranger Stem. Fits me just perfect.
    Just ride down there and jump off something for crying out loud...

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    mulligan

    just did a major rebuild on my Endorphin:

    Quote Originally Posted by dulyebr
    Knolly Endorphin (smoke ano/ black ano)
    Fox HV Rp23 shock --> DHX w/ Push MX-Tune Mod
    Geax Lobo Loco 2.3 TnT tires
    FSA Orbit Extreme Pro headset
    HD Chris King/ Mavic XM819d/ Sapim CX-ray --> Industry 9 Enduro
    Rock Shox Lyrik SoloAir set to 140mm --> upgraded with DH dampers and Maxle Lite FR
    Magura Louise 180/160mm
    FSA Gravity Lite bar --> RaceFace SixC
    XTR cranks --> RaceFace SixC
    XTR front der. --> Shimano SLX for dual ring
    XT 11-34 cassette
    X.9 triggers --> X.0 triggers
    X.0 med cage rear der.
    Thomson 70mm/ 0deg stem
    Thomson Elite seatpost --> RockShox Reverb
    WTB Rocket V Stealth saddle --> Chromag Trailmaster DT
    Time ATAC XS pedals --> Time Roc Carbon
    Oury grips
    Jagwire Expressway L3 housing
    - weight: 30.44lbs --> 32.3lbs
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    I am very interested to hear what you have to say about the I9 vs CK, and the XTR vs SIXC cranks. Currently, I am debating on a AM wheelset and cranks.(semi-light Chilcotin build to complement my heavy DT build). I was thinking M970 vs 2011 XTR Trail in a 2-ring vs the SIXC 2-ring. I am fairly convinced I will go for the I9 Enduro, unless I can save enough money for a carbon wheelset (Edge? Haven?)...but I am vacillating heavily on the crankset.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rdhfreethought
    I am very interested to hear what you have to say about the I9 vs CK, and the XTR vs SIXC cranks. Currently, I am debating on a AM wheelset and cranks.(semi-light Chilcotin build to complement my heavy DT build). I was thinking M970 vs 2011 XTR Trail in a 2-ring vs the SIXC 2-ring. I am fairly convinced I will go for the I9 Enduro, unless I can save enough money for a carbon wheelset (Edge? Haven?)...but I am vacillating heavily on the crankset.
    The SixC crankset is stiffer/snappier than the XTR -- was surprised I could actually feel it. Buying the SixC cranks was a total impulse buy, and I can't say they are worth the money. I found a sick deal online, and as it turned it, the e-tailer made a mistake. They ended up offering them to me at what was a more than fair price. If I had to do it again, I don't think I would.

    I still ride my king wheelset on my Motolite, so the difference is easy to feel. I actually prefer the king hubs over i9 hubs. I think the spokes are cooler on the i9s, but I am surprised I don't feel a difference in stiffness between the two wheelsets (I weigh 190). I have 819s on the king set, which is a stiff rim; but I also have sapim cx-ray spokes, which are very light. King fun bolts are better than the hadley bolt-up. i9 uses adapters for thru-axle front hubs, where king uses a true 110, 20mm, which means a stiffer wheel all else equal. The king hubs are lighter and still bomb-proof. The sound is better on the kings, and kings feel smoother.

    kings on carbon would be really sweet!

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    2010 Endorphin

    nothing exciting but love this bike:
    Large, ano black, RP23
    2011 Fox 36 Float (with, um, even newer lower stantions....)
    Front wheel: Chris King, Mavic 819, Maxxis Minion Front
    Rear wheel: XT hub (pos, no end of grief, to be replaced), 819, Maxxis Minion Rear (loaner wheel in pic)
    Chris King headset
    Thomson 100mm stem, Cromag Fubars OSX (also have an 65mm Easton Vice stem)
    Thomson seatpost, Cromag QR
    XT brakeset; 160mm rotors
    XT drivetrain, rapidfire plus shifters, shadow RD
    PRO grips, some old seat
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    Does anyone ever use a Thomson set back post for the endo? if so does it suits the seating position?

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    Quote Originally Posted by metajkt
    Does anyone ever use a Thomson set back post for the endo? if so does it suits the seating position?
    I think that it could be a problem with the seat angle, I think that there is an replacement plate so you can level correctly your saddle. I had the thomson set back post on my ML, and I could barely level the saddle, so I think that it could be a problem with the endo....

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    yes sir thats what i thought as well, still havent got my desired position with a straight one here, long story short bought a seatpost online, the guy didnt mentioned it was set backed..hahahahha

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    M 2010 ano black
    TFTuned RS Lyrik (about to be retuned to 140mm)
    RP23 HV standard
    Gravity Dropper 4" Classic Multi with LH Remote
    Chromag Bars, Stem, Seat Clamp and Lynx Saddle
    CB Iodine Wheels (latest gen)
    Chris King No Threadset
    RaceFace Atlas AM Crankset and BB
    36/22T with RaceFace FR Guide
    Shimano SLX double front Dérailleur
    KMC x.9g chain
    SRAM X.0 rear and shifters (orange)
    PG990 11-36 cassette (Cash Green)
    Shimano Saint 203/180 (dropping front down to match soon)
    Superstar CNC Nano Thru Pin Pedals (these absolutely rock!)
    Schwalbe Nobby Nic F and Fat Albert R 2.4
    Maxxis FR tubes

    Not sure on the weight - feels in the 32-36lb range until its rolling!

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    Frame - Med. Endorphin ano black
    R Shock - RP23
    Fork - '11 Float 36 RLC Fit
    HS - Hope
    Stem - Point one split second 50mm
    Bar- Chromag OSX
    Saddle - Chromag Trailmaster DT
    Post - Joplin 4
    QR - Chromag
    Crank/BB - Raceface deus
    Pedals - HT components
    Wheels - Hope pro 2s (gold) on stans arch (white)
    Brakes - Formula the one
    Shifters, Shimano XT
    Ders - Shimano XT
    Tires - Conti Rubber queen UST 2.2
    Headset - Hope
    BB - Hope

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    Quote Originally Posted by dobbs59
    Frame - Med. Endorphin ano black
    R Shock - RP23
    Fork - '11 Float 36 RLC Fit
    HS - Hope
    Stem - Point one split second 50mm
    Bar- Chromag OSX
    Saddle - Chromag Trailmaster DT
    Post - Joplin 4
    QR - Chromag
    Crank/BB - Raceface deus
    Pedals - HT components
    Wheels - Hope pro 2s (gold) on stans arch (white)
    Brakes - Formula the one
    Shifters, Shimano XT
    Ders - Shimano XT
    Tires - Conti Rubber queen UST 2.2
    Headset - Hope
    BB - Hope
    Pretty nice bike and colors! Good built, I also run RQ but in 2.4 size, and they're awesome for the riding I do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tamedearth
    TFTuned RS Lyrik (about to be retuned to 140mm)

    Not sure on the weight - feels in the 32-36lb range until its rolling!
    Scratch that. I have gone with 150mm Rockshox Revelation RLT Ti's. It has completely transformed the bike! Really. I can't believe it myself, it was great before, but for the small reduction is descending ability the all around trade off is WELL worth it!

    As for the weight, more like 30lbs I reckon.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dulyebr
    just did a major rebuild on my Endorphin:
    Hi dulyebr, how did you fix the cable from the Reverb under the top tube? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loamranger
    Hi dulyebr, how did you fix the cable from the Reverb under the top tube? Thanks.
    I've done it with Jagwire Alloy Stick-On Cable Guide





    You can personalize it even more using MOWA C-clip Cable Guide





    Hope this helps.
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    BikeBert, Thanks that's great information....should solve that little problem if I fit a Reverb. I will post my europimp Endo here soon. Ta

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    Builds, photos, setup. Hmm....does this count??
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    hey jubilee, looks like a sweet build! any chance you have a scale handy? I would really like to know what those SLX crank arms and BB weigh without the bash guard and ideally without any rings. probably a pain in the a$$ to do, I realize, but you're probably dying to know too, right??

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    I'll meet you halfway.

    2lbs 4oz on a kitchen scale with rings and bash. Sorry man, I sat down to take it apart and thought "WTF am I doing??"
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    haha, no worries dude, thanks. I'd like to think that the crank arms are actually fairly light and not worth replacing with something fancy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardboiled
    haha, no worries dude, thanks. I'd like to think that the crank arms are actually fairly light and not worth replacing with something fancy...

    I can't remember off my head, but the SLX arms are supposed to weight exactly what the XT arms, if you can find a weight for those. I'm not sure which version of the SLX arms that is though, the ones with the pedal inserts or without.

    I also remember the SLX bash is pretty damn heavy, like 160g or something like that? I should say compared to a e13 turbocharger bash which is 87g for the 36t version.
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    All done! Here's a few pics before I get 'er dirty. 32 lbs on the bathroom scale.

    med Endo ano grey
    fox rp23
    fox 36 rlc
    elixir cr brakes
    x9 shifters/rear mech
    xt fr mech
    sunline v-one stem/bars
    thomson post
    wtb pure v saddle
    odi rogue lock ons
    slx cranks
    sram hollow pin chain
    sram fancy red cassette, 9sp
    wellgo mag pedals
    sun ringle str8 track wheelset
    kenda stick e nevegal f/r 2.35 folding
    generic bargain tubes
    king headset
    hope seat qr

    Going riding now!
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    Good sh1t dude. Looking fwd to the feedback
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    I'm really happy, even after just a 1.5 hr shakedown ride. Forgot to bring a shock pump so rode with about 35-40% sag in back...felt a little soft for xc trails, duh. The Endo is a friendly pedaler. No complaints at all. I think the front end was feeling a tick light on short steeps uphills because I was set too far in the rear travel. See no problem with this bike being a really enjoyable all-day xc pedaler. Really looking forward to hitting Galbraith in Bellingham, north shore, and Whistler xc trails.

    Now for the really good part. Downhill. Like others have said, the Endo REALLY wants to shred. I'm not the world's best rider but I'm heavy (210 lbs) and like to go fast. Pushed the bike into corners and it didn't give at all, traction was phenomenal. Found myself going at jumps and drops with too much speed and enthusiasm, similar to what happens on my big bike. It shines when you're in 'attack position': elbows out, body forward and low. Kept thinking, 'this is how I ride my big bike...crazy!" I'll hit some bigger jump lines next time, going to try and find the limits of this thing. It rides like a DH-ers xc bike...I mean that in the best possible way.

    Almost had myself bummed out for not waiting for the Chilcotin, but today's maiden voyage buried all that. Me and the Endo should be friends for a few years. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend buying one, especially at the lower prices you can get today.
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    Nice. I think your summary of your riding impressions going up and especially down pretty much nail it. I dont have a big bike but was blown away the first time the trial tilted downward. One does have to ride in an attack position to get the most from the bike. For me this was initially strange since I was coming from a bike where I had to hang off the back for dear life on the steep and tech. Also agree re the Chilcotin, especially since the first news and photos came out about 1-2 weeks after I purchased my Endo frame last fall.

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    Ride report #2. Stokage increases exponentially.

    Sag was set correctly this time, approx 30% in back and front. I likes it squishy. Did not feel nearly as light up front this way. Very balanced and xc pedal friendly. Medium-ish jumps and drops today, ate **** on a trick booter: cased the front hard and ejected the bike backwards between my legs...comical.

    The Endo is gonna kill it at Duthie bike park (outside Seattle WA) this summer. Sesh'd a new feature on the HLC line today, the 'banana hammock'. Basically you ladder drop 4'-ish, left hand berm, small wedge jump onto a curved platform, 10' out and maybe 5'-ish down to tranny. It's butter. Point of fact, the Endo feels like a bigger bike than it is...and my fat ass felt fine on the RP23 (which I was leery about). No complaints with the 36 float either. Yeah, yeah...if pics surface I'll post 'em. Just trust me.

    Dude, unless you NEED a 1.5" headtube, ISCG, and adjustability a'la the Chilco then BUY THIS BIKE. You won't be sorry. No, I don't work for Knolly but that doesn't mean I won't take swag. Some old-skool logo stickers would be really cool, guys.

    And for you guys waiting for Chilcos...if it's anything like the Endo you're gonna jizz. in. your. pants.
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    Bike looks great, looks like you grabbed some stuff on chainlove! Good call with getting the X9's and the SLX cranks. If you haven't already, cover up the chainstay or you will get some good slapage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magsrgod
    Bike looks great, looks like you grabbed some stuff on chainlove! Good call with getting the X9's and the SLX cranks. If you haven't already, cover up the chainstay or you will get some good slapage.
    Hey thanks for sending the front der! Brand new, works great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by loamranger
    BikeBert, Thanks that's great information....should solve that little problem if I fit a Reverb. I will post my europimp Endo here soon. Ta
    I actually used these.

    I also threw on some orange MOWA c-clips.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dulyebr
    I actually used these.

    I also threw on some orange MOWA c-clips.
    Thanks. How's the Reverb?

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    My new beast


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    Very good. What's the front ring size/cassette ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by loamranger
    What's the front ring size/cassette ?
    28t ring, 34-11 9-spd cassette

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    Quote Originally Posted by leexy
    28t ring, 34-11 9-spd cassette
    You always ride uphill or what?
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    I don't think a 28 single is a bad idea.
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    I have been using a 30T single front and 11-34 rear cass with very good luck so far...

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    Quote Originally Posted by theFuzz
    I have been using a 30T single front and 11-34 rear cass with very good luck so far...
    How is it on the decents?

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    Did really well on a long rough one 2 weeks ago.
    I adjust the chain to be fairly tight and use a modded jump-stop to ensure the chain can't be pitched into the st/bb area...

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    yup, lots of climbing around here

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    Batting around some ideas to lighten up my Endo a bit and wanting the collectives thoughts...

    I'll start with the caveat that two things are a given - 1) not giving up the CCDB and 2) strongly considering a four piston brake - i.e., the M4.

    Current build:

    Large Endo frame with CCDB and 450# steel spring (I guess I could put on a Ti spring)
    Lyrik 2-step (considering a solo air cartridge and lowering it to 150mm)
    XT cranks
    XT ders.
    Hope Minis
    Thompson Stem
    Sunline 711 bar (thinking carbon bar - i.e., Easton Haven)
    Gravity dropper and WTB Silverado
    wheelset is Stans Flows laced to King Hubs with Kenda El Moco 2.35 front and Ardent 2.25 rear

    Discuss.

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    Suggestions:

    ditch the GD and fit SDG I-beam/I-Fly
    Change the fork to a BOS Deville

    Overall 1.5 lbs saved?

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    Quote Originally Posted by loamranger
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    ditch the GD and fit SDG I-beam/I-Fly
    Change the fork to a BOS Deville

    Overall 1.5 lbs saved?
    why ditch GD [functionality] for regular seatpost [weight]?
    if he's going to run CCDB I don't see any reason for weight saving on GD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BikeBert
    why ditch GD [functionality] for regular seatpost [weight]?
    if he's going to run CCDB I don't see any reason for weight saving on GD.
    Ditched mine.....no regrets. Recommend Chromag seat post clamp to make easy and quick height adjustments using SDG seat posts. The I-beam works really well with plenty of fore and aft adjustment and simple angle adjustment.

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    New Endo coming together. Brakes are being changed for Hope brakes which will hold things up til next week. Not a big deal as everywhere is flooded around here anyway.
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    A few more.
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    Love the colour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loamranger
    Ditched mine.....no regrets. Recommend Chromag seat post clamp to make easy and quick height adjustments using SDG seat posts. The I-beam works really well with plenty of fore and aft adjustment and simple angle adjustment.
    +1 on the ditching....never understood the adjustable post phenomenon.

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    Thanks. Some Hope x2 brakes and a black saddle should finish it up nicely. I think once it's all together it'll be somewhere in the 32 - 33 lb. range. I hope the Bronsons turn out to be a good all around tire, the LBS owner spoke pretty highly of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrwhlr
    +1 on the ditching....never understood the adjustable post phenomenon.
    +++++++1 ditch the worthless, adjustable post.... in fact, I can help you, just send it my way and I'll make sure it is disposed off propertly.

    jk... I really would like and adjustable seatpost, but I guess it just depends mostly on how the trails are. In one of my most frequent trails, it's like up, up, up until I get to the top, and then down, down, down, where it isn't that usefull.

    BUT, there are some very nice trails that have up and down and repeat sections, and I think that's where an adjustable seatpost comes in pretty handy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erringtonnc
    A few more.
    I love those invisible grips, I guess that an added benefit is that they weight very few grams and make your arms strong and hairy.......

    Nice build!

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