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    Hello Kelly,

    If you look up about 5 posts you may notice that your photos are up. I did it the same day as the other thread.

    However, if you still want to do it yourself… I think you got it but… If they are the same size like the ones you sent me in the email you will need to resize them… Because they are way too big for this forum. Try 600 x 400

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    My 2008 600HT in Matte Black of course. I was out today on some trails we are building. Stopped riding long enough to catch my breath and snap the pics i keep forgetting to take.



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    2003 Moto Fantom comp ds build

    Manitou Nixon Fork 145mm
    Azonic Outlaw Wheels 36 spoke
    Avid BB7 disc brakes, 203mm rotors
    Titec Stem
    Thompson Seat post
    Specalized seat
    Easton Sealed bearing pedals
    Salsa Clamp
    Pedro's lock on grips
    Weight: Don't Know, Don't Care

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    Heres my moto...I know the pic sucks but I'll get a better one soon.

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    Well I am being a pic whore tonight. Once again here is my 2008 Fantom Comp DS.

    2008 Fantom Comp DS
    Marzocchi XC 700 Fork
    XTR cranks and front derailleur
    XT front derailleur
    Mavic XC717 Rims with XT hubs and IRC Mythos xc tires
    Monkeylite carbon riser bars
    Sette APX Seatpost with WTB saddle










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    Moto Fly teams on LT100

    Just to share some Moto pics:



    Me in rear and buddies Fly team on left.



    2 Moto Fly Teams locked up in front of Mexican Burrito shop in Leadville, on left LOL



    Coming out of Powerline Trail Leadville




    Moto's reach Twin Lakes...

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    Done but pics from last year in CO.

    May put more up in Oleta State park soon as well...

    CYA

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    Here's my 2008 Fantom Elite and more photos on Flickr:




    ... Read my review

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    mbogosia that is a very sharp lookin ride!!!

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    et3surge: thanks!

    Did you change the wheels?

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    Yes I did to a Mavic. I also changed the saddle, the other one was ok for training but hard, so I went to a more comfortable WTB. I rode the Kenda tires until they were slicks, then went tubeless to Pythons. I am now replacing the straight bar with a 40mm rise carbon Monkeylite. I got Crank Bro Smarty pedals, and may get the Crank Bro 75 mm adjustable seat post ...kinda pricey though.

    Thanks for asking..cya

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    Here's my 2008 Fantom Trail up at Simpson Park


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    700ds

    Here is my 08 700DS. I've upgraded the grips, bar, stem, seat post, seat, pedals, tires, tubes, and cassette.
    Sette Vector 25.4mm Handlebar
    Maxxis Ultralight MTB Tube Presta
    Kenda Karma DTC XC Tire
    Sette Edge 25.4mm Stem
    Sette APX Alloy Seatpost
    WTB Rocket V Team Ti Saddle
    Sram 990 Cassette
    Titec Pluto Pork Rinds Foam Grips
    Crank Brothers Egg Beater C Pedals
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    Clumpy Mold, I like the Beemer, the Mercedes, the Cycle and the 700ds. It seems like you can afford some pretty good toys. So what's up with the 20 year old washing machine???

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    i love my moto

    5:30 am .......ready to ride.
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    My Motobecane Fly 9357 "hybrid"

    Shimano 105 road cranks
    WTB Rocket SLT seat
    Ritchey Tom slicks
    Scott AT-2 LF bars

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    Here is my fantom elite converted into a city/road bike…

    Michelin Transworld tires
    Titec 7075 Enduro XC flat bar
    Settle Amp saddle
    Settle type-s lock on grips
    Wellgo WAM-717 clip-in’s
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    Like life…the trail is unpredictable...

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    after the cohutta 65 miler

    outstanding performance for 65 muddy miles!


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    Quote Originally Posted by klembasek
    5:30 am .......ready to ride.
    Were you in Moab recently?? Look just like a guy I met on the Slick Rock trail. Hmmm

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    2008 Fantom Comp DS

    Here's mine. Had it just a couple days. So far so good. All stock except for the pedals and tires.


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    My Fantom 29 pro

    2 shots of my Fantom 29 pro.
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    here's my 07 700 DS which is almost 1 year old. Now that I know what kind of riding I like I am currently shopping for new rims/tires, stem and pedals.. I couldve taken a pic of it all clean, but wheres the fun in that


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    ... and if we just ... she's purrrdeee!

    Here's my Fly Ti (with a few upgrades):

    THE bike
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    THE bike with 25.4 Monkey Lite XC low-rise bars and dual control XTR shifters/hydraulic brakes
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    THE bike with 2007 Fox F100x, custom-built Mavic 819 rims w/red Chris King hubs and tubeless Fire XC Pros, and red Salsa skewers
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    THE bike with SRAM 990 (11-34) cassette and hollow pin chain and XTR (low normal) rapid rise RD
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    I'm in love again...
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolverine14
    Here's my Fly Ti (with a few upgrades):.............I'm in love again...
    SO..........how does it ride?

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    Quote Originally Posted by snobrder5
    SO..........how does it ride?
    it cuts the trail like a hot knife thru butter. every pedal stroke is applied directly to the bike. I raced a road tri (in Galena, IL), rec'd many compliments AND kept up with roadies.
    considering it is 10 pounds lighter than my old steel hardtail, is fairly gentle on my sit bones. I understand the critics "twitchy on downhills" statements, but that's due to the light weight and you can learn how to control your bike.

    BOTTOM LINE: it delivers the "softer than aluminum" ride you expect from Ti and it is lighter/faster than steel. IT IS SICK. I have and wll continue to recommend Bikes Direct to those looking for the best bang for your buck.

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    You may end up swapping that Skye saddle it broke my arse! But I know how you feel except yours is even more plush since I have last years aluminum model. Tear those trails up.

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    this thread is awesome! i now have so many ideas for upgrading my moto
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    Finally, I can post some pictures. This was the new bikes maiden voyage. It was amazing. Riding a bike of this caliber is like music for the soul. Here are some crappy point and shoot pics. I LOVE THIS BIKE.




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    Man that bike looks great but I have to say it pales to the beauty of that forest. The two make a great pair...

    Enjoy

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    ... and if we just ...

    moved this to where it should have been
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    Oops. I posted pics of my Moto. Thought I was at the last page of this thread. Apparantly not, they're on page 2. Sorry.
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    Good job! 07 Fantom Comp DS

    Repost from earlier when I put it on the wrong page.

    Here's a few pics of my 07 Fantom Comp DS. This bike was purchased new and complete in January of 07. Since then, I've been upgrading parts as they've worn, and as the urge hits me. The only things that are still stock (other than the frame), are the headset, rear shock, and front fork-although I have changed out the coil spring in the fork for a stiffer one. If you care, you can do a google search for the original specs on the 07 to see what I've upgraded from. My moto has served me well, it's taken my spills and a few spectacular crashes and has yet to fail me. Although I do have some paint scratches due to my sometimes ineptitude on the trails, overall, there is nothing wrong with this bike. The ONLY issue I've had was failure of my rear shock, but that was handled and rebuilt by SRAM under warranty. Using the HIGHLY accurate method of standing on bathroom scales, then picking the bike up and subtracting the difference, it weighs in at approx 30lbs.

    The following is a list of the parts I've upgraded to

    08 Shimano XT M770 shifters
    08 Shimano XT M770 front derailleur
    08 Shimano XT M771 rear derailleur
    08 RaceFace Deus XC 31.8 100mm stem
    08 RaceFace Evolve XC Low Riser bar 31.8
    07 RaceFace Evolve XC seatpost
    WTB Rocket V saddle
    WTB MotoRaptor 2.1 tires
    Mavic Crossride Disc wheelset
    07 Avid Juicy 7 brakes 160mm front and rear
    FSA Afterburner crankset 175mm
    Lizard Skin Peaty lock on grips with ODI thugplugs
    Crank Bros Smarty pedals
    SRAM PG990 cassette which will be replaced before my next ride due to bending of a cog
    SRAM PC991 chain
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    Nice! The silver color stands out too.
    I want to know if you can ride up that hill too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starkonian
    Nice! The silver color stands out too.
    I want to know if you can ride up that hill too.
    I wasn't too sure about the silver when I first got it. At the time, I really wanted the Fantom Elite DS in gloss black, but it was beyond my budget. The silver has grown on me though.

    You can't ride up that hill, as the trail is one way to avoid mishaps. However, as soon as you reach the bottom, there is an immediate transition to an uphill, the same height and just as steep as that.
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    Well after a year of having my bike I finally figured out what stuff I wanted to upgrade to.

    Mavic wheels
    Kenda upfront and Specialized in the rear (figuring out which ones I like the best. So far Specialized)
    crankbrothers 5050 pedals
    ODI clamp on grips (really like em)

    Race Face EVOLVE AM STEM incoming in the mail soon..

    Within the next 3 months I hope to have it repainted (probably white) and a new front shock.
    Most stuff purchased at my LBS which is important IMO.









    suggestions are welcomed

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    The wheel set up is nice. I like the the stealth black look without the decals.
    When I'm not windsurfing, I'm mountain biking

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    thx, i think i will wetsand the clear coat off. see how it looks after that.

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    wolverine - It appears to be a great value although you replaced quite a few components. What does your weigh?

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    Here is my 600HT. I purchased the frame and added stuff from another bike I had. I have recently added (not pictured):

    Crank Brothers 5050x pedals
    SRAM 991 chain
    Hope Seat Collar (red)
    Hope Bar Ends (red)
    Hope Skewers (red)
    FSA Carbon Fiber Top Cap
    20mm Carbon Fiber headset spacer
    Avid Rolamajig
    Continental Town and Country tires.

    I also cut down the frame pump bracket in order to center the pump in the frame. Since I no longer have a need for a water bottle carrier due to the camelbak.






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    This is my 2008 700DS with some upgrades

    Kenda Tinker Juarez Dred Tred 2.1
    Cane Creek ZS-6 Headset
    Ergon GX-1 grips
    WTB Speed V Pro-gel
    XRP Pro Mountain Wheels
    Ritchey WCS High Rizer
    Easton Platform Pedals
    Dart 3 Forks
    Fox Vanilla rear shock
    Lizard Skin Neoprene Fork and Shock boots (alot of dust in the desert)
    Gebali Chainslap Protector
    Thomson Elite seatpost
    Thomson Elite Stem



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    Nice. Those hand grips are pretty wild. You'll have to do a review on those.
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    Agent Dice, got a closeup pic of your stem?

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    My new Windsor Cliff 29 Pro
    Upgrades include:
    Titec Pluto Carbon Bars
    Titec RIP 3D Gold Stem
    Titec Pluto Carbon Seatpost
    Velo (Nashbar) Saddle
    Crank Bros Candy C Pedals
    Truvativ Alloy Outer Chainring
    Salsa Flipoffs Skewers (SS)
    WTB Weirwolf Grips

    Edit...new pictures


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    Here you go Moegocanes



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    hey Agent, I'm really liking the looks of that stem. What's the rise and length and all? I've been thinking want to try a different stem on my Fantom Comp HT. From the look of that stem on your bike it looks like it's along the lines of what I think I'm looking for. Awesome looking bike, btw. If I had the extra cash to by a full suspension bike, I'd put some serious thought into an XXXds.

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    and not to post things in the wrong place, but does anyone know what size clamp i'd need to buy to use the Ritchey SC handle bar that came on the bike and also what the length/rise of the stock stem of my Fantom Comp is? I think if If i can get a slightly shorter stem, and maybe something with more rise it'd make a difference in my control while climbing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbiker72
    My new Windsor Cliff 29 Pro
    Upgrades include:
    Titec Pluto Carbon Bars
    Titec RIP 3D Gold Stem
    Titec Pluto Carbon Seatpost
    Velo (Nashbar) Saddle
    Crank Bros Candy C Pedals
    Truvativ Alloy Outer Chainring
    Salsa Flipoffs Skewers (SS)
    WTB Weirwolf Grips

    That is a smokin ride.
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    @ Trek - Thanks for the comments bro. The 2nd pic shows the size right underneath "Thomson". It is 15 Degrees x 110mm long x 25.4 mm diameter, SM-E107. I think it is the toughest and most beautiful stem on the market IMO. Oh and as for size of handlebars, they come in two flavors. One is 25.4mm (like mine) and the other is 31.8mm (handlebars are way bigger in the center compared to the rest of the bar) I know kolyan bought a Ritchey adjustable stem and he can probably go to 30 degrees. Maybe that might work out better for you

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    thanks for the pics, looks good.

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    oh yea, I could have looked a little harder, duh. thanks agent, i've been looking at stems on price point, I'll be posting pics of the Fantom Comp once I upgrade,

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