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    That's a really big box on the left for a pink handlebar horn and pink hand grip streamers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rscecil007 View Post
    That's a really big box on the left for a pink handlebar horn and pink hand grip streamers.
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    a bit late to the tire party..
    On my Delirium for DH I run the following.

    Dry - Big Betty Front and Rear.
    Intermediate - Muddy Mary (2.5) Front and Big Betty Rear.
    Wet - Muddy Mary (2.5) Front and Muddy Mary (2.35) in Rear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtbag View Post
    You won't like it
    Oh, I'm pretty sure I will. All it takes to turn a very good bike to all kinds of awesome is orange.
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    aedubber, Nice bike man.
    Looks pretty sik with the 180 on er. I do have a soft spot close to my heart for the stealth look as you will see in a week or two when my build is complete. As a Noob I'm having a hard time on deciding what tires to put on flow rims.

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    Thanks man, what terrain do you ride? Helps with tire choice

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    Quote Originally Posted by aedubber View Post
    Thanks man, what terrain do you ride? Helps with tire choice
    Sorry man, i should have been more specific. I live in Ottawa, Canada and I will be spending most of my time at Mt. St. Marie in eastern Quebec. I think the terrain is muddy rooty in the spring and from what i hear it tends to dry out a bit later on in the summer. As a noob i have no experiences running anything other then Geax on my 29er. I would want to go more for grip than speed. I was thinking maybe Schwable HD's but i noticed alot of guys are running muddy marry's and others. I understand I could get a hundred different answers as tires are very user specific but a starting point would be good. Also i will be setting up my tires tubless on the flows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiSS'er View Post
    I'm fully vested in the 26er now. The color? Wait until the photos. It looks GOOD!
    I am guessing orange or neon green

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleevem1 View Post
    Sorry man, i should have been more specific. I live in Ottawa, Canada and I will be spending most of my time at Mt. St. Marie in eastern Quebec. I think the terrain is muddy rooty in the spring and from what i hear it tends to dry out a bit later on in the summer. As a noob i have no experiences running anything other then Geax on my 29er. I would want to go more for grip than speed. I was thinking maybe Schwable HD's but i noticed alot of guys are running muddy marry's and others. I understand I could get a hundred different answers as tires are very user specific but a starting point would be good. Also i will be setting up my tires tubless on the flows.

    The Muddy Mary will def work up front ... You could try running the HD out back or maybe a Conti Trail King as well .. That should hold up pretty good . I know Maxxis just came out with a new DHR II which is good for the back but people run it up front as well but trimmed down .

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    If you dont mind the weight I would recommend the Trail Kings. I was running Hans Dampf f/r at the knollyfest in Phoenix and after 4 rides the knobs were shredding off. Not as bad as a sticky Minion, but nonetheless pretty bad. The Trail Kings that Rockdude was running looked brand new after riding the same trails. I think weight is something like 800g vs 1100g. The TrailKing looks to be a much better rear tire as well. Mine had notably better rolling resistance on pavement.
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    Hey all chilli owners, If I need to buy a rear shock what do you guys suggest? Thinking of either a CCDB a Manitou Swinger Expert or Revox Pro, and elka stage 5, Or do you suggest something else? Im buying a Chilcotin without a shock and need one but dont want to necessarily break the bank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cman8 View Post
    Hey all chilli owners, If I need to buy a rear shock what do you guys suggest? Thinking of either a CCDB a Manitou Swinger Expert or Revox Pro, and elka stage 5, Or do you suggest something else? Im buying a Chilcotin without a shock and need one but dont want to necessarily break the bank.
    I have a 12 Fox Float rp23 for sale if you need it ? Its the same shock thats an option when you buy your frame .

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    Quote Originally Posted by cman8 View Post
    Hey all chilli owners, If I need to buy a rear shock what do you guys suggest? Thinking of either a CCDB a Manitou Swinger Expert or Revox Pro, and elka stage 5, Or do you suggest something else? Im buying a Chilcotin without a shock and need one but dont want to necessarily break the bank.
    What's you budget? I can highly recommend an Avalanche Woodie for $600. Custom tuned goodness. Don't think the Woodie will fit a small frame, though fits fine on medium sizes and up
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    I think the most I want to spend for now is 350-400 max. I can get any of those mentioned for under 4 now, Maybe later down the line get the Avalanche as I have seen a lot of people love em. I ride All mountain, aggressive but not crazy aggressive downhill. I think that float would be too little for my riding style had one on my heckler before and was neither here nor there with it. Any other suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cman8 View Post
    I think the most I want to spend for now is 350-400 max. I can get any of those mentioned for under 4 now, Maybe later down the line get the Avalanche as I have seen a lot of people love em. I ride All mountain, aggressive but not crazy aggressive downhill. I think that float would be too little for my riding style had one on my heckler before and was neither here nor there with it. Any other suggestions?
    pick up a vanilla rc from universal cycles for now and get it tuned by avalanche later. think they are $270 or so after using the vip15 discount and then another $200 later to avalanche for them to do their magic.

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    the elka has a large shaft size which isn't ideal with the chili's suspension according to the guys at avalanche. i think the fox rp/float rear would be underwhelming imho

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    Quote Originally Posted by qbert2000 View Post
    pick up a vanilla rc from universal cycles for now and get it tuned by avalanche later. think they are $270 or so after using the vip15 discount and then another $200 later to avalanche for them to do their magic.

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    the elka has a large shaft size which isn't ideal with the chili's suspension according to the guys at avalanche. i think the fox rp/float rear would be underwhelming imho
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    Quote Originally Posted by qbert2000 View Post
    pick up a vanilla rc from universal cycles for now and get it tuned by avalanche later. think they are $270 or so after using the vip15 discount and then another $200 later to avalanche for them to do their magic.

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    the elka has a large shaft size which isn't ideal with the chili's suspension according to the guys at avalanche. i think the fox rp/float rear would be underwhelming imho
    2nd this!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cman8 View Post
    I think the most I want to spend for now is 350-400 max. I can get any of those mentioned for under 4 now, Maybe later down the line get the Avalanche as I have seen a lot of people love em. I ride All mountain, aggressive but not crazy aggressive downhill. I think that float would be too little for my riding style had one on my heckler before and was neither here nor there with it. Any other suggestions?
    Yea thats why im not on it anymore , i have the Van RC right now and it feels so good .. Just breaking it in before i send it out to Craig to get it all tuned out . I got mine shipped for under 300 ..

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    Thanks All Fox Vanilla RC I think will be the best bet, Cheap enough and upgradeable. how long is that coupon code valid anyone know?

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    Here are the December codes, they change every month:

    "holidaygifts10": Take 10% off orders over $100
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    I'll play
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    Quote Originally Posted by rscecil007 View Post
    Here are the December codes, they change every month:

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    the vip10 and vip15 codes never seem to expire.

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    Hello.
    Xmas brought me a lot of goodies for my chilcotin:
    Mountain King II 2,4 to my rear wheel
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    My Christmas Knolly

    Just saw this post. Noel Buckley sent me a Christmas present too (well, not directly):
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    I am coming off of a 6 year love affair with my Yeti 575. This thing does everything the Yeti did, but noticeably better. As others have mentioned - the overall handling of the bike is phenomenal. Very stiff laterally - makes it super fun side-to-side. Very plush and swallows up small trail chatter and two-foot holes with equal aplomb. It climbs well too, even with a 160mm fork - no problem. The geometry is killer. I had the good fortune of demo-ing the Chilcotin twice on my home trails, but when I tried the Endorphin, it felt the same on the downhills, but much more nimble on the flats and climbs. It's a stout frame. The cool thing was, I transferred virtually all of my parts over from my 575, and the XL bike weighed in at 29lbs, 13 oz - a full pound lighter than my 575. Same fork, wheels, tires, drivetrain, cranks, h-bar, stem, saddle, brakes, etc.

    Wheeeeeee!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Herzalot View Post
    Just saw this post. Noel Buckley sent me a Christmas present too (well, not directly):
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    I am coming off of a 6 year love affair with my Yeti 575. This thing does everything the Yeti did, but much, much better. As others have mentioned - the overall handling of the bike is phenomenal. Very stiff laterally - makes it super fun side-to-side. Very plush and swallows up small trail chatter and two-foot holes with equal aplomb. It climbs well too, even with a 160mm fork - no problem. The geometry is killer. I had the good fortune of demo-ing the Chilcotin twice on my home trails, but when I tried the Endorphin, it felt the same on the downhills, but much more nimble on the flats and climbs. It's a stout frame. The cool thing was, I transferred virtually all of my parts over from my 575, and the XL bike weighed in at 29lbs, 13 oz - a full pound lighter than my 575. Same fork, wheels, tires, drivetrain, cranks, h-bar, stem, saddle, brakes, etc.

    Wheeeeeee!
    Congrats. It's good to see some Endos out there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Herzalot View Post
    Just saw this post. Noel Buckley sent me a Christmas present too (well, not directly):
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    That is a gorgeous bike. Enjoy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Herzalot View Post
    Just saw this post. Noel Buckley sent me a Christmas present too (well, not directly):


    Wheeeeeee!
    Looks nice! I like the white and blue.

    Is that a Marz 44 or 55 on there? I think you said it was a 160, is it an air version?
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    2012 Marz 55 Microswitch TA - that is an air fork, and it is plush! A little heavy, but sweet.

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    Nice bike Herz! Im hoping to build one up here for the spring summer got the one picked out just waiting for it to get shipped out. will post when I get it and start building it.

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    Nice looking Endorphin Herzalot! The blue looks killer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleevem1 View Post
    Sorry man, i should have been more specific. I live in Ottawa, Canada and I will be spending most of my time at Mt. St. Marie in eastern Quebec. I think the terrain is muddy rooty in the spring and from what i hear it tends to dry out a bit later on in the summer. As a noob i have no experiences running anything other then Geax on my 29er. I would want to go more for grip than speed. I was thinking maybe Schwable HD's but i noticed alot of guys are running muddy marry's and others. I understand I could get a hundred different answers as tires are very user specific but a starting point would be good. Also i will be setting up my tires tubless on the flows.
    Mont Ste Marie is running a bike park now?!
    Nice!
    Is Camp Fortune running a bike park in the summer or are the lifts only open when there's races on? I moved away before Fortune started lift access. I raced a few XC races in the early to mid 90's at Fortune.

    I grew up in Ottawa but left before there was any thought of lift access for biking.
    Mont Ste Marie is where I spent my hard earned cash in the winter being a snowboard hoodlum back in the early days of snowboarding!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RideEverything View Post
    Mont Ste Marie is running a bike park now?!
    Nice!
    Is Camp Fortune running a bike park in the summer or are the lifts only open when there's races on? I moved away before Fortune started lift access. I raced a few XC races in the early to mid 90's at Fortune.

    I grew up in Ottawa but left before there was any thought of lift access for biking.
    Mont Ste Marie is where I spent my hard earned cash in the winter being a snowboard hoodlum back in the early days of snowboarding!
    Sorry man I meant Fortune, I get them mixed up all the time. I used to ski at both back in the day before snow boards were invented.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiSS'er View Post
    Ok, who got some cool stuff for their bikes? Let's see it. My very Knolly Christmas is only a few days off now
    Let's see the pics of the PODIUM tiSS'er!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mayha View Post
    Let's see the pics of the PODIUM tiSS'er!!
    Patience. I'm waiting on the fork to arrive. No shots until then. If all goes well, photos will be forthcoming this weekend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Herzalot View Post
    Just saw this post. Noel Buckley sent me a Christmas present too (well, not directly):
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    I am coming off of a 6 year love affair with my Yeti 575. This thing does everything the Yeti did, but much, much better. As others have mentioned - the overall handling of the bike is phenomenal. Very stiff laterally - makes it super fun side-to-side. Very plush and swallows up small trail chatter and two-foot holes with equal aplomb. It climbs well too, even with a 160mm fork - no problem. The geometry is killer. I had the good fortune of demo-ing the Chilcotin twice on my home trails, but when I tried the Endorphin, it felt the same on the downhills, but much more nimble on the flats and climbs. It's a stout frame. The cool thing was, I transferred virtually all of my parts over from my 575, and the XL bike weighed in at 29lbs, 13 oz - a full pound lighter than my 575. Same fork, wheels, tires, drivetrain, cranks, h-bar, stem, saddle, brakes, etc.

    Wheeeeeee!
    Post some more pics of that beauty!
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    By request...

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    Thanks That blue paint is sweet.
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    Yea that blue is really nice , matches one of my older cars i used to have built up haha ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiSS'er View Post
    Patience. I'm waiting on the fork to arrive. No shots until then. If all goes well, photos will be forthcoming this weekend.
    Fair enough...I'm waiting for my Podium to arrive. I'm hoping this week!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mayha View Post
    Fair enough...I'm waiting for my Podium to arrive. I'm hoping this week!!!!!!
    I haven't heard anything yet about delivery time. I figured Mid-Jan. Does this mean I have to decide on a crank set? Oh...and the rest of the build. Gah, I better get busy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rdhfreethought View Post
    I haven't heard anything yet about delivery time. I figured Mid-Jan. Does this mean I have to decide on a crank set? Oh...and the rest of the build. Gah, I better get busy!
    I guess it was just wishful thinking seeing that tiSSer already got his. I heard they left Taiwan a few weeks ago.

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    I'll play along....

    First, I gave her a bath and then bought her some Xmas Jewelry.

    A Wilma 6, the newest version that throws out a whopping 2400 Lumens.

    I then took Dude!'s advice and am giving the new XTR's a try. The Podium will get the XTR Trail and the Delirium will get the XTR Race. So far they feel really, really good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiSS'er View Post
    Patience. I'm waiting on the fork to arrive. No shots until then. If all goes well, photos will be forthcoming this weekend.
    I'm really excited to see the pictures of your new carbon-fiber, 27.5" Podium. I don't know how Noel made it 8.75" of rear travel with those big tires. AMAZING!!!
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    Go ahead, try and touch the frame! He will bite your hand off, I swear, he's a killer!
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    Or lick you to death!

    Well now I know I sold it to the right guy, beautiful dog, I have two myself.
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    Got the Chili frame today! Will post up pics asap. Gorgeous bike

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    Ha,ha...Nice pic Craig! They are just the perfect (non watch) dog!!!

    @jbuhl18, post em up already!!!

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