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    They filled all the orders for the Sight 650B this year. If your shop didn't put in an order, they wont be getting one this year. I've seen a few Sight 650B for sale in shops now.

    Anyway, great to see Norco getting more sales in the states, I really had no idea outside of Washington state that people were into them

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    Quote Originally Posted by PUNKY View Post
    They filled all the orders for the Sight 650B this year. If your shop didn't put in an order, they wont be getting one this year. I've seen a few Sight 650B for sale in shops now.

    Anyway, great to see Norco getting more sales in the states, I really had no idea outside of Washington state that people were into them
    So I should still get mine if I ordered late February/early march?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdcatnau View Post
    So I should still get mine if I ordered late February/early march?
    No idea. Your LBS & their distributor should hopefully be filling you in on the status updates by now.

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    I'm south of the city in Washington Co...ride mostly Mingo Creek...South Park and Bavington.
    Glad you snagged a bike.

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    Hi there .I am new to this forum and saw this thread, I just brought this bike over two weeks ago, after testing this, a 2013 specialized stumpy 29, 2012 blur lt, and 2013 rumblefish pro. - all great bikes but the Norco felt right. I have ridden about 175 miles on this bike, so it is early days.
    But thought I would drop a post to let you know.
    This bike is just great, to ride and handle. it is not perfect , but these imperfections do not affect it's primary aim, and that is in my opinion to put a massive smile on your face, have fun, and push yourself harder and faster through I have yet to find it's limits.
    I am not a hardcore ex competition downhill rider, and see myself as a rec mountain biker, who enjoys the downs more than the ups, enjoys short 1-2 hr blasts as well as long all day epics I will have a go at most things within reason.
    Now for the bike, it is the sight killer b 1 with xt throughout in an xl frame, no idea of weight.
    the frame is real solid - totally bomb proof, I have hit flat faces hard on this bike, and it does not flex, it may not be the lightest out here, but I am not that bothered. I have done a couple of rides with 5000ft + elevation and never once wished it was lighter. The chainstay is short compared with some bikes I have ridden (I do not have a vast catalogue like some folk). the short chain stays do make the front end light on very steep climbs in the very lowest gears, some people may prefer a more planted feel, but I like that lightness, helps get wheels up over rocks /obstacles easier, also there seems to be less rear wheel slip if you get out of the saddle.
    Downhill and handling is where this bike hits the sweet spot. it flows over everything, you are not sat on it but in it, for me to get this feel is hard, I am 6ft 4, 205 llbs, it also wants to be ridden at speed and hard. It likes you to shift your weight around on it, like a good 1000cc road superbike, and rewards you if you do. It definitely encourages you to push your limits. - it has not all being perfect, the handlebars at 785mm wide were wider than I had previously used and this resulted in a couple of initial tree hits - I just have to remember to put my hands at the ends, or cut em down a bit, the handlebars that is.

    The rims came stock with the bike - sun Sun Charger Pro, they seem light - have not compared them to others though. and so far have never showed any weakness, very easy to convert to tubeless, the bike came with schwable 2.35 knobby nic snakeskins, so just a case a removing the inner tube, stick in the stans fluid, inflate and off you go, they are running at 26 and 28 psi and never lost a drop.

    - the negatives - the hoses on the handlebars look like spaghetti junction, the slack hose on the dropper post, drops underneath the bike when the seat is down, and could get snagged. this is easily sorted by putting a tight cable tie at the base of the seat post.
    Some nut tends to work loose very easily, if no loc-tight is applied. The rockshox Revelation RCT3 forks do dive a bit if you like to use for front brake a lots, though i think this would improve with a bit more fine turning. the 140mm of front travel will be right 90% of the time but from time to time you wish you had a little more, I can total understand a 160mm build at the front, though I have no intentions of doing this at the moment.

    I have tried to avoid the old debate of 26 vs 27.5 vs 29 wheel size pros and cons , to avoid opening up a giant can of worms, but for me I also have a 29 hardtail, I am not trying to win any races so 27.5 is perfect for fun trail riding, but gives you the feeling whether real or not that you can cover ground when you want too.
    This is a great bike if you just want to get out there push yourself hard, and put massive smiles on your face, oh and if you can get past the hoses on the handlebars it looks pretty good too.

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    Sight Killer B anyone?

    Wahoo! Mine ships next week!

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    you will love it!! - enjoy

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    Sight Killer B anyone?

    Tomorrow is the big day! I can't wait! I'll get some pics up after the build. I was only guaranteed a B3 so I bought some upgrades to get the bike close to the B2 that I really wanted. I ran out of money for a new fork so hopefully the RS Sektor can hold up for a summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdcatnau View Post
    I ran out of money for a new fork so hopefully the RS Sektor can hold up for a summer.
    No complaints here so far on the Sektor

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    Quote Originally Posted by synnie View Post
    No complaints here so far on the Sektor
    Good to know synnie, can't wait to ride it! On FedEx truck waiting for delivery.

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    Sight Killer B anyone?

    A quick pic. Bike is at my LBS to have the brake lines cut. I still need to tidy it up a bit when I pick it up tomorrow for the weekend.
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    Im considering of getting myself a Sight Killer B.
    Is there some other differences between frames than color?

    I just can't understand how the Yellow B-1 frameset is more expensive that the whole B-3 bike. Allthough there is that dropper post included and more expensive shock.
    Beside that I already have a quite Yellow bike so the shiny B-3 frame would be nice. I just throw in some nice gear from my shelf, let's say XO/Elixir9/RP23 and the new Pike maybe. And use that B-3 stuff to convert some of my other not so significant bike to 650b

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    Always cheaper to buy whole and swap parts. The only difference I've seen noted between the frames is the B2 (maybe B1) have their rear shock mount welded opposite from the B3. Of course.. the dropper and shock alone are worth what.. $600 more than the B2/B1?

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    And there is always some value in those cheapo parts also. When you replace them you get to put them on some other bike or sell onwards. Maybe not worth much, but hey.
    Sektor is plenty good fork though.

    jdcatnau: Is that L or XL?

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    The frames come with the dropper post, the b3 doesn't have the dropper post

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    Yeah, maybe those come at least close to explaining the pricing for frameset and B3.
    But happy to hear that there is no real difference in frames themselves.
    Might just get myself a B3, strip it almost totally when new, and putting in 2x10 X0 drivetrain, rp23, custom 650b wheels with great Hope's hubs and Rockshox's new Pike fork.

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    Thats what I did & slowly changing it out, already sub 29.5 lbs mainly due to a new wheelset & cassette and where I ride a dropper post would not be much of an advantage. I really like the bike

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    Just got a B2 here in Vermont about 2 weeks ago. I ordered it back in February and was beginning to wonder if I would ever see it. I had a few "plan Bs" in case the Killer B didn't show up. Patience is not my strong point and there were times I debated buying something else. I'm really glad I waited. So far I've been having more fun on this bike than anything else I have owned in 25 years of trail riding. I've come back from every ride grinning from ear to ear. I can't say exactly why the bike rides so well. I'm sure it's combination of everything; wheel size, frame geometry, and longer travel. I've been riding a Norco Faze 2 for two seasons and it's fine bike but the Killer B is way more stable and fun on the rooty rocky trails we have around here. The clutched derailleur and chain guide are amazing, no more chain noise and flawless shifting. I'm looking forward to many more days out on the trail with this bike!

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    Sight Killer B anyone?

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    And there is always some value in those cheapo parts also. When you replace them you get to put them on some other bike or sell onwards. Maybe not worth much, but hey.
    Sektor is plenty good fork though.

    jdcatnau: Is that L or XL?
    It's a large. I replaced a lot of parts on mine. I REALLY like my bike. I think I need to check oil levels in my fork, it sounds like a boxer sparring with someone when it compresses.

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    Sight Killer B anyone?

    Has anyone tried running the cable to the dropper post like this? I'm a little afraid it might catch some rocks.
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    Shorten the cable so it runs thru the shock mount on the frame before going up the down tube, if you are concerned about the cable length

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    XL's ETT looks massive 647mm! I usually ride L/XL frames, but nothing that long. My current bikes have ETT's around 610mm-630mm.

    What sort of stems are you using with these, and what Norco puts in these when they ship them?

    There is always that Large, put long ETT means I can have zero setback dropperpost and short stem, and that way keeping the center of gravity same and the feeling familiar without going to long overhang XC cabin
    Otherwise the XL is just my size.

    edit. was looking them Range topics, and now wondering how much room there is for longer shock in Sight. Can someone take of the other end of the shock and see what happens when extending the eye-to-eye?
    I have a feeling that the rocker goes over it's designed pivot point as it's already pretty much in line with chainstays as standard.
    Not that it matters, but would be nice to know
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    Sight Killer B anyone?

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    Shorten the cable so it runs thru the shock mount on the frame before going up the down tube, if you are concerned about the cable length
    Good thought. I'll test out my way this weekend and see if there are any issues. The cable in my pic is how much the cable would hang down when the seat is compressed (I didn't have the other end of the cable secured to the lever).

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    ^I can't recall how the cable was run on the one I demo'ed but it had a Reverb on it. You could run it tighter through the main triangle, but it could rub on the shock body or shaft then. Plus it would put the cable at some weird angle coming from underneath the down tube to the seat post. The bb will be lower under full compression as well.

    I've got the Reverb hose coiled around the posts on both my bikes. Both run the hose down the toptube, it just keeps the hose out of the way better

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    Sight Killer B anyone?

    I had the original cable from KS zip tied to my rear derailuer cable. However, when the suspension compressed it caused both cables to bend outward which caused my rear brake line to rub against my rear tire and non-drive side frame. After 7 rides I thought I would change the routing since I had some longer cable housing laying around and the frame has the housing guides on the seat tube and down tube. I'll report back next week if its a success.

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    jdcatnau, glad to see you're getting some pedal time. I thought I would give you and others a little heads up about the B-3. I purchased mine back in February and rode it 4 times making small adjustments here and there in order to get everything feeling comfortable. Once I felt comfortable with the bike, I went on a weekend trip to Ellijay, Ga. to push things a bit. My non-drive side crank arm fell off while I was pedaling uphill.

    The center crank bolt that holds the arm on worked itself loose and then the last few threads were pulled off. As my crank arm fell off, the end of the splines rounded off as well. While inspecting the damage, I also noticed that many of the teeth on my large chain ring were worn nearly in half. That ended my trip.

    I contacted the shop I bought the bike from and told them what happened. I sent the crankset back to them and asked them to warranty the parts and send replacements. It took two months to get my parts back. They said the FSA crankset was no longer available and sent a Truvativ X-9 crankset as a replacement.

    The bottom line...keep and eye on the tapered bolt that keeps the crank-arm pressed onto the splined shaft as well as the chainring wear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zlq06 View Post

    The bottom line...keep and eye on the tapered bolt that keeps the crank-arm pressed onto the splined shaft as well as the chainring wear.
    No worries, I swapped the FSA cranks out for some Shimano SLX cranks.

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    My sight killer has a threaded bb, I thought it was to be a press fit?

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    I have been watching this tread for a while, and must have read it three times. First with intrigue, second with lust, and now with envy for those who own this bike. I have narrowed my choice down to a B-2 or B-3 for the frame and building it the way I want. I was able to contact Norco and ask when the 2014's were going to come out. They said LATE FALL at the EARLIEST. Anyway, those that have them, enjoy them, and thanks for posting all the great info about the bike. I may end up waiting till the end of the year before getting one, or may consider another Giant depending on what they come up with in inch travel bike with 650B.

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    ^2014 Sight 650B will come in carbon flavours, with and without front derailleur mounts and internal cable routing. Giant looks to have 650B Trance and Reign like bikes with carbon fronts floating around the internet, OD2 steerers are keeping me away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PUNKY View Post
    ^2014 Sight 650B will come in carbon flavours, with and without front derailleur mounts and internal cable routing. Giant looks to have 650B Trance and Reign like bikes with carbon fronts floating around the internet, OD2 steerers are keeping me away.
    Yeah, the OD2 seems to be the answer for a problem that doesn't exist. Anyway, I have put in a call to a buddy at my LBS who is having the Norco rep see if he can dig one up from another dealer. If that fails, I may have found one that is a three hour drive from me. Hopefully, my LBS comes through and I won't need to make that drive.

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    Just a little update, I guess the bike gods must like me, because my buddy at the LBS just called and said they were able to locate a B-2 in my size. I have committed to buy it, and am heading out to put a deposit down. Pics, ride reports and so forth to follow!

    Edit: Looks like the locator was wrong, the bike is not in stock.

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    Sight Killer B anyone?

    Sweet hill pumper! You'll really enjoy it.

    Edit: d'oh bummer hill pumper!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdcatnau View Post
    Sweet hill pumper! You'll really enjoy it.

    Edit: d'oh bummer hill pumper!
    jdcatnau, it looks like the there is a silver lining in all this. I got a call this afternoon from my LBS. The Norco rep found another B-2 for me, but he felt so bad about the whole deal that he extended an offer though the LBS to sell me a B-1 at a great discount. It was to good of a deal to pass up. I should take delivery in two weeks.

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    Silver Lining

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    Sight Killer B anyone?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hill-Pumper View Post
    jdcatnau, it looks like the there is a silver lining in all this. I got a call this afternoon from my LBS. The Norco rep found another B-2 for me, but he felt so bad about the whole deal that he extended an offer though the LBS to sell me a B-1 at a great discount. It was to good of a deal to pass up. I should take delivery in two weeks.
    That's awesome!

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    Sight Killer B anyone?

    I'm still loving this bike!
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    This bike is extremely high on my radar. I want to demo one (tough as not many shops have them here in Atl. but man I rode one for a quick loop and it was the best riding bike I have ever been on.

    The Solo is also on my list. Great looking bike as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdcatnau View Post
    I'm still loving this bike!
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    Picked up my B-1 today, and did the initial sag setting among other things. I was able to take it out tonight on its maiden voyage which put a huge smile on my face. I'm happy to report that all the hype about this bike seems to be spot on. The things climbs like no tomorrow. I set two Strava PR's on cat 4 fire road climbs. Plus, another PR on a single track decent.
    With a few more things dialed in, this should be the perfect bike for me.
    I would go into more details, but I'm toast after tonight's ride. So, for now I'll just post a pic from when I picked it up at the LBS, and fill in info as I get more rides in.

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    Sight Killer B anyone?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hill-Pumper View Post
    Picked up my B-1 today, and did the initial sag setting among other things. I was able to take it out tonight on its maiden voyage which put a huge smile on my face. I'm happy to report that all the hype about this bike seems to be spot on. The things climbs like no tomorrow. I set two Strava PR's on cat 4 fire road climbs. Plus, another PR on a single track decent.
    With a few more things dialed in, this should be the perfect bike for me.
    I would go into more details, but I'm toast after tonight's ride. So, for now I'll just post a pic from when I picked it up at the LBS, and fill in info as I get more rides in.
    Looks sweet!

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    Sight Killer B anyone?

    I got to demo a Sight Killer B with SRAM XX1. I instantly felt comfortable on the bike. I'm not sure if it was the XX1 or the bike it's self but she climbed like a Billy goat. And descended like a Beast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atl-Biker View Post
    What do you think of the Sektor?
    As long as you don't need the latest and greatest, it works fine. You can also buy a different damper for $80-120 and change it out. Basically a heavier revelation.

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    Great looking trail to bad it is 400 miles away from me

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    Norco is showing their 2014 line to dealers this week in Vancouver. Reviews, specs and pics should be out soon...
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    Norco is showing their 2014 line to dealers this week in Vancouver. Reviews, specs and pics should be out soon...
    I'm I interested to see what changes, if any, they will have for the sight killer b. There's the carbon model, but will the alum models have internal cable routing as well, seat post dropper internal routing??

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    Ill be watching for the press release on the carbon models for sure!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Djg24 View Post
    Ill be watching for the press release on the carbon models for sure!!
    This!!!

    Also, anyone have any info about release dates?

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    These bikes are so hard to get. I ordered mine in April, and it JUST came in this past week. One of the last ones produced for the season. I ordered a Range Killer B 2. Out on several rides so far, and the thing works well. My last two trail bikes were a SC Nomad, and a Banshee Rune, and I can tell you this bike should keep up well. The one thing I miss the most however is having a CCDB on board. I suspect I'll purchase the air version in September when they release the one with the climb switch. Otherwise, I changed my grips, and I have a KS LEV dropper post on the way. =)

    Pics to come!

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    an update on the sight killer b 1. Have had the bike for about 4 months now, with about 1000 miles under the belt, still loving the way this bike feels and would not consider anything else.

    But there have being a few problems!? the Revelation RCT3 's have being back to sram twice with motion control problems, they have jammed in lockout, some thing to do with the low speed compression needle - they are with sram as i write this. Sram turned it around very quickly the first time, it was back to me in a matter of days, but they have had them a bit longer this time. That said the forks are great, they take a bit to dial in, but when you get them right, they are right up there. The main problem I have had, is with the hubs. I cannot say a good word about the sun ringle charger hub, despite packing them with grease and sealing them they started running rough after about 6 - 8 weeks.
    When i first took the rear hub apart it looked like it had come off a 10 yr old bike not a 2 month old bike, recently when trying to remove the cassette it had dug into the drive body so much that it is impossible to remove it without destroying it. The drive body on my 4 year old 300 hardtail is in far better condition. this is not the first time I have heard about problems with these hubs, bike radar had the same issue when they tested a set.
    Sun Ringle Charger Wheelset Review - BikeRadar

    The hubs have now being swapped out with DT Swiss, cannot report back yet, as the forks as still away.
    Should these faults occur on a 3500 bike after 3 month - No. would I hand the bike back because of this - No, it is that good.

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