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    if anyone is looking for some new bits for their endo, i've sold my frame and have a bunch from my build... namely a CCDB that fits the endo, Chromag Flat Fubars, other stuff... http://bb.nsmb.com/showthread.php?t=127119

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    Quote Originally Posted by axlissel
    white large custom repainted frame with fox rp23
    i9 ultralite wheels stans 355 rims with specialized captain tires on Stans tubeless
    xtr cranks, cassette and front der
    XT shifters and rear der
    white ultimate brakes
    black salsa collar
    crank bro candy pedals and quick release
    tompson seat post and stem
    WTB pure V pro saddle
    monkeylite dh riser bar
    fox talas 32
    cane creek S3 headset
    29lbs
    Nice welding work on that ST/TT gusset.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thefriar
    Axel interesting paint job, was it custom from Knolly or did you do it locally?

    Always interesting to see people go for a more trail bike build on the Endos, such a great all round bike.
    I did it locally here in Peru, also the gunset weld.
    Now I got a brand new white DT so I build the endo more XCish.
    Before the DT I have it a full all mountain, check my previous post.

    thanks

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    frame -- Knolly Endorphin w/ RP23, black, large
    fork -- vanilla 150 RLC
    headset -- Chris King
    wheels -- Stans Flow with Magura (Hugi) hubs, DT Swiss skewers
    brakes -- Hope
    handlebar -- Easton MonkeyLite SL carbon
    stem -- 100mm Thomson
    seatpost -- Thomson Elite
    saddle -- WTB Speed
    crankset -- Shimano XT w/ Race Face rings and Dangerboy bash
    pedals -- Time Alium
    cassette -- Shimano
    shifters -- SRAM X9 Triggers
    front D -- Shimano XT
    rear D -- SRAM X9
    tires -- Kenda Nevegal 2.35 front, Kenda Small Block 8 2.35 rear

    Total Weight: 29.2 pounds

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    Endorphin update

    my Endo with some new stuff...


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    After 1.5 years of riding I thought it is time to add mine Endo as well. It went through a couple of different phases but now it is built really strong and indestructible, (well at least for me).
    Anyhow, here it is.

    Medium Endorphin with CCDB
    fork - Lyrik U-turn
    headset - CK
    brakes - Formula 24
    shifters - Sram X9
    habdlebar - Sunline V1
    stem - Kore 50 mm
    seatpost - Thomson
    front derailleur - Shimano XTR
    rear derailleur - Sram X9
    current wheels - Hope pro 2 laced to Mavic 721 rims with a bolt on rear
    second wheels - Hope Pro 2 front hub and CK rear laced to DT 5.1
    front tire - Big Betty
    rear tire - Fat Albert
    pedals - Shimano 647's or Dark cycles flats
    weight - ?
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Knolly Endorphin:  Build Information, Photos and Set-up Thread-img00038-20090415-1802.jpg  


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    Nice Endorphin!

    madafaka, what was the deciding factor or factors of choosing an Endo over the DT? I'm looking to get a Knolly next year and I can't decide which one to get: DT or Endo??





    Quote Originally Posted by madafaka
    my Endo with some new stuff...


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    Here's mine :



    Just sold my Trek Session 88 to order the new Knolly Podium , one of the best suspension system on the market, so progressive and smooth !

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    Quote Originally Posted by rootsandrocks
    madafaka, what was the deciding factor or factors of choosing an Endo over the DT? I'm looking to get a Knolly next year and I can't decide which one to get: DT or Endo??

    Well...luckily i didn't have to make that choice as i own both...If i needed to decide i would go with the DT.
    Not that it's so much better performing, but i just love to have some extra squish for those bike park visits in the summer!
    I'm sure the Endo would handle anything i deliver in parks(not much to be honest) just fine....

    M

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    My Endorphin:






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    Bien joué la pub pour VV c'est moi hellscott

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    Love the leaves and the red trim. Sweet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Septentrion
    Here's mine :



    Just sold my Trek Session 88 to order the new Knolly Podium , one of the best suspension system on the market, so progressive and smooth !

    what sized HighRollers are those and any idea on how much they weigh?
    check out great video coverage of anything mtb (well almost).

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    Just built it up last night and had an awesome first run today, certainly steeper than I'm used to but I love the geo for all mtn compared to my V-10 for DH.

    I wanted 2 bikes that were drastically different and I think I have acheived it!

    frame -- Knolly Endorphin w/ RP23, medium, ano grey
    fork -- Fox 36 Float 2010
    headset -- Cane Creek
    wheels -- Mavic 721, hope 20mm, 135 bolt-up, revolution spokes, brass bmx nipples
    brakes -- Formula R1
    handlebar -- Chromag OSX 29"
    stem -- 50mm Thomson
    seatpost -- Thomson Masterpiece with Ti bolts
    saddle -- Selle Italia SLR Ti
    crankset -- Shimano XTR with E13 32T and LG1+ chainguide
    pedals -- Wellgo MG-1
    cassette -- XTR
    shifters -- SRAM XO Triggers
    rear D -- SRAM X0
    tires -- Maxxis 2.35 Single Ply Minions


    Last edited by partswhore; 11-15-2009 at 09:58 AM.

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    Thats a fantastic build! Nice choices, enjoy the ride!
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    Quote Originally Posted by partswhore
    Just built it up last night and had an awesome first run today, certainly steeper than I'm used to but I love the geo for all mtn compared to my V-10 for DH.

    I wanted 2 bikes that were drastically different and I think I have acheived it!
    great looking bike! the ano grey on your endorphin is sweet -- way less purpley than mine. do you know if it's a different shade, or is it just lighting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dulyebr
    great looking bike! the ano grey on your endorphin is sweet -- way less purpley than mine. do you know if it's a different shade, or is it just lighting?
    Good eye, its the only one like that. It is definitely grey as opposed to the purple-ish grey normally offered.

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    If the Ano Grey was in this shade I would've chosen this instead of white, but you can't really go wrong with white anyways. Love the color!

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    is that a new color for 2010? would have loved to have this color....
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    Not at this point, but wait and see I guess! This was a test frame.

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    Just noticed this post, can the 32 vanillas really be extended to 150?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zephyr11
    what sized HighRollers are those and any idea on how much they weigh?
    Those are the single ply XC High Roller 2.35, around 800 grs.

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    endo weight

    hi, do you know a real weight Endo frame with shock in M size? thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by theFuzz
    Just noticed this post, can the 32 vanillas really be extended to 150?

    Mine is brand new and 140MM. The new 2010's are 140 as well.
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