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  1. #1
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    Overhaulin', BOS'ing a Fury

    Last year I decided to update the Fury, It had'end been uodated for some time, and it was a mix of cheap'n heavy and expensive but light (ang maybe fragile) in XC format.


    I decided from the beginning that I wanted the Fury to be more of an Enduro bike, rather than bold XC/All Mountain. So next was to select and gather parts.
    And this is what came out.









    Not much from what was original on the bike still is there.
    Only the frame, headset, cranks/BB, saddle, the rest is all new.

    All the parts.....
    Mountain Cycle Fury (obviously ) from 2006
    Fork: Bos Deville 160mm
    Shock: Bos Vip'R 190mm
    Brakes: Hope Tech V2 Evo, Hope Mono 185mm discs
    Gearing: Sram X9 Shifters/derraileurs, XT 11-34, Still 9speed, Shimano XTR M960 cranks, XT PD-M785 Trail pedals
    Wheels: Hope Pro2 Evo hubs, Mavic EN 521 rims
    Steering: Easton Haven handebar and stem
    Funn seatpost, Fi'Zi'k Nisene saddle, Intense ITS Type 4 tyres 2.25
    Cables and hose: Goodridge
    shoot me again, I ain't dead yet

    I do not have mountainbikes, I have Mountain Cycles

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    very nice
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    First Gen MountainCycle Shockwave 1999?

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    Sweet bike

    Dude that's a killer setup...nice bike...single pivot rocks Would like to get your impressions of the BOS fork...is that a Deville? I'm considering a BOS Deville 140 for my Foes XCT so would like to get your candid opinion of how your BOS performs. Looks like there's plenty of fork arch clearance for 27.5 wheels as well. Wonder if there would be any crown clearance issues though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgill32 View Post
    Dude that's a killer setup...nice bike...single pivot rocks Would like to get your impressions of the BOS fork...is that a Deville? I'm considering a BOS Deville 140 for my Foes XCT so would like to get your candid opinion of how your BOS performs. Looks like there's plenty of fork arch clearance for 27.5 wheels as well. Wonder if there would be any crown clearance issues though.
    It is a Deville indeed.
    And that opinion could take a while, it's still needs the correct setup, and I am busy with that, but it will not be soon when that will be sorted out.
    shoot me again, I ain't dead yet

    I do not have mountainbikes, I have Mountain Cycles

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    Very nice! how much does it weigh now?
    '96 San Andreas
    '12 Santa Cruz Nickel LT
    '08 KTM 530
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    '71 Dino 246 GT

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    so so nice

    not seen it in yellow...i have mine in black...and now i am jealous!!!!

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