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    Thank you Good Sir 22.1 lb XL

    Here's my Moondust Gray XL Sir 9 I just built up. It rides great and I don't miss my fs much at all. Weight is 22.1 pounds. I like it how it is, and I don't think I need to make any other changes except for a bolt on seat collar. She's geared 32x20 for Park City rides although I have other chainrings. I'm excited to get more rides in!
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    Nice. What brakes did you go with? More pics?

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    Looks like Magura Martas.

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    More pics...

    Yes, Magura Marta SL's. Here are some more pics from some weekend rides.
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    That is pretty much the perfect singlespeed. Suple, light, stylish, strong, and fast. I'm ENVEous

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    @ 69erSycip: Thanks, that's the mix I was looking for as well. I have had a ton of fun on it so far and haven't missed my FS 29'er at all. Steel really is so compliant on the trails out here! Thanks for the comments, I love the Enve (formerly Edge) components!

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    Wat size RR's are you runnin?
    Great machine!

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    Awesome! Did you happen to get a weight of the frame before the build?

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    @ flatland: they are the 2.25 Racing Ralph's. They have worked extremely well with the Stans sealant and I love them for running Stan's tubeless.

    @ briscoelab: No, unfortunately I wasn't able to weight the frame alone. I barely remembered to weigh it before I took it out for it's first ride from the shop!

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