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    Ac

    This is my AC,Had it since xmas,just had all the bearing covers,shock link etc re-anodised Red.

    Its a trail ripper.26" wheels aswell.2x10 X0,Bos forks and a CCDB.



    Weighs in at just below 30lbs.






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    seems heavy at 30lbs..............?

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    Looks real sweet, red highlights make it look very dapper

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    Sick Nicolai, a stunner......

    For me that weight is sweet, a build like that & under 30 lbs, awesome....
    The_Lecht_Rocks: whafe - cheeers - may i offer an official apology for the wagon wheeler "dis-belief"

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Lecht_Rocks
    seems heavy at 30lbs..............?

    So am i at 225lbs,dont want to light a build,The CCDB adds a bit,wheels and tyres arnt the lightest.

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    What a sweet bike, Norcosam. You didn't spare on suspension, the way it should be!

    Congrats!!
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    Thanks

    Went out for a quick blast earlier,loved it,still fiddling with the CCDB,nearly there now.

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    steep fast and loose :)
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    interesting.
    i weigh in at 180lbs [6' tall]

    the chumba vf2 weighs in now at 27.8lbs.....offers 150mm of travel and seems rock solid so far.....

    tight as the AM in lateral stiffness and zero pedal strike

    glad i'm out of the Nicolai tunnel vision .....

    always got the Ti456 to keep it real of course...

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Lecht_Rocks
    interesting.
    i weigh in at 180lbs [6' tall]

    the chumba vf2 weighs in now at 27.8lbs.....offers 150mm of travel and seems rock solid so far.....

    tight as the AM in lateral stiffness and zero pedal strike

    glad i'm out of the Nicolai tunnel vision .....

    always got the Ti456 to keep it real of course...

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Lecht_Rocks
    interesting.
    i weigh in at 180lbs [6' tall]

    the chumba vf2 weighs in now at 27.8lbs.....offers 150mm of travel and seems rock solid so far.....

    tight as the AM in lateral stiffness and zero pedal strike

    glad i'm out of the Nicolai tunnel vision .....

    always got the Ti456 to keep it real of course...
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    The_Lecht_Rocks: whafe - cheeers - may i offer an official apology for the wagon wheeler "dis-belief"

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    steep fast and loose :)
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    fan bois of the world unite....

    you've bought into a dud ............


    seriously.........

    possibly...............

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    I have done over 300 miles since xmas,No pedal strikes to report.Could be skill and suspension setup.
    Do you want me to help you set up the Revs.

    Go and annoy the Chumba forum,or is Alan still *****ing at people.Good display by the Chumba man himself.

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    it's the internet Sam - It's not real mate...

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    and the Revs are fookn awful for set-up FWIW....

    Fox still rule....

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    300 miles - HARDCORE !

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Lecht_Rocks
    it's the internet Sam - It's not real mate...
    You are though.

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    steep fast and loose :)
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    i'm a mere fragment of internet imagination - a challenge to your insecurities

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Lecht_Rocks
    and the Revs are fookn awful for set-up FWIW....

    Fox still rule....
    I know,
    you have my old set.
    Bos and you know it,Excellent fork,Sit higher in the travel,dosent waste travel(keeps the BB higher and they work very well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Lecht_Rocks
    300 miles - HARDCORE !
    150 miles a month,about 40 per week not bad for someone that works 60 hours a week and has 2 kids.

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    i walk 8 miles per day, 5 days a week.

    I swim 2.8 km at least 6 times per week.

    MTB at least 8 hours per week.

    2 gym sessions and 1 spin classes per week.....

    and i'm still not fast enough to get a BOS race fork to work for me.......

    and your Revs have pitted Bushing heads - Maintenance is King obviously...

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Lecht_Rocks
    i walk 8 miles per day, 5 days a week.

    I swim 2.8 km at least 6 times per week.

    MTB at least 8 hours per week.

    2 gym sessions and 1 spin classes per week.....

    and i'm still not fast enough to get a BOS race fork to work for me.......

    and your Revs have pitted Bushing heads - Maintenance is King obviously...
    And you still cant keep up with Dipper on the climbs.That man must be fast.

    What is a Bushing head?

    Serviced every 20 hours as reccomended,Even did them before i fitted them just in case they were dry from the factory.

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    I must be permanently exhausted - give him another email asking for my chastisement LOL........

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Lecht_Rocks
    I must be permanently exhausted - give him another email asking for my chastisement LOL........

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    Maybe he's over training needs more beer and crisps and less poncing about down the gym! Works for me. If Im feeling a wee bit weak in the legs I find red bull and a cheeseburger gets me right back on form
    www.gravity-sports.co.uk

    flash bikes for flash gits

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    your arms are as big as my legs ye fat basterd.

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