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    i just out juicy 5 brakes on mine
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    if you scroll back up to the top of the page that is what my bike looked like before


    i have added sherman forks, D321 wheels laced to an xt and formula hub, an E13 DRS, a truvativ giga pipe, diablos handlebar, stem and headset, and finally juicy 5's



    now all i have to do is wait for the damn snow to melt and i can ride!!!
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    Norco DH & FR bike photo thread here:
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    Quote Originally Posted by finchy
    i just out juicy 5 brakes on mine
    Man, forget the bike, I want that carpet!

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    lmao yeah thats the most ghet carpet in my house in the basement, the only place my parents let me keep the old bike cuz i had it in my room and DOt liquid spilled out of my Ex crappy hayes hfx comp brakes atelast on that crap if anythin happens im not gunna get in trouble
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    Got my Norco Six straight from Jason at Feed the Habit. It was used, but it cost me $1800 free of shipping and his crew fixed it up so it looks and runs more or less perfectly. The bike is amazing, but I wish they put on 2.5 inch tires instead of the 2.3's so that I wouldn't have had to buy them myself. They also should have given the option of the 66RC instead of the VF. The VF is a good fork, but if you're gonna offer an upgrade, offer something much better than what it's replacing so people will buy it. I'm still very happy though. Here's my baby:

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    here is my beast soon gettin a new norco frame but keepin specs


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    does anyone know where to get linkage plates capable of increasing a norco frames travel?
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    contact ur lbs who deals with norco and u can get em just remember in 02 tey changed ann the linkage over to barings not bushings

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    Russian Norco

    My Norco Team Race 2003

    Now got:
    -Zocchi 888
    -Hopes
    -SRAM
    -Roox
    -Truvative
    -Easton

    One of the photos made in 2004(I had White Brothers' DH 2.0 in the front) another - in late 2005.
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    i dont ride that old green hunk of sh*t anymore, here is my new ride


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    Norco Pride

    This is my 2003 Norco Launch.
    Just got it and it's a BLAST.
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    Hey uh I own a norco torrent (hardtail) and was wondering if anyone could help me figure out where the H*LL is the serial number is. Thanks for your help

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    Should be on the bottom of the bottom bracket shell !

    at least thats where it is on my team dh
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    That's where it is on all of the bikes I've seen.

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    Good job!

    I went and got myself 2006 Norco shore one with 888rc2x and i love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirt tracks
    I went and got myself 2006 Norco shore one with 888rc2x and i love it
    how dose it climb and jump i have been thinking about getting one and how much travel in the back

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    I really want a norco exc 1.0 fs and cant get ti in the usa.. any one know why that is?

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    New Six One

    Just went and bought myself a new 2006 Six One, I was looking at the Shore pretty close, but the Six fits my riding a little more.
    I did upgrade the Six's rear shock to the DHX 5, and put the Mavic Deetrack wheels on it. I should have it by Wed.

    Right now I ride hard tail, KONA Hoss, and a Specialized Big Hit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by made in canada
    i dont ride that old green hunk of sh*t anymore, here is my new ride

    Thats pretty !
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    I ride a 2006 Norco Rival, solid like a rock, i'm in love with it.
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    I am riding a Fluid 3.0 and have actually been having some issues that I wonder if can be fixed. As you can see from the pic I put a float rl on it and it raked out the rear linkage and causes nasty chain suck into the bottom bracket. The pooper is I love how this thing rides and don't want to change it back to how it was. Anyone have any suggestions? Can I upgrade the rear linkage to properly accept a longer eye-to-eye rear shock? From the pics I am seeing the rear linkages look very similar between all of the models. I recently upgraded to an ultegra rear deraileur, ultegra cassette, and blackspire chainrings up front and that didn't help a bit. I just don't want to give up the travel or the granny gear

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    My Six One is here!



    I have had it for several weeks now, having a blast. I put a new seat on it so if anybody wants my stock telescoper with I-Beam SDG seat I'll sell it. The post does not fit my Bighit or Kona, it is 30.0.

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    Nice bike dude!!! how much does it weights?

    I have a Six 2005 and I love it, it tips the scale on the 41lb, though.

    Given that all the Norco guys are in here, I have some questions for you guys:

    I managed to break the derailleur hanger and lost half of it. I live in Mexico and thereís only one Norco distributor in the country. Heīs several hangers lying around but he doesnít know which one is for the Six 2005. I think I could recognize it if I look at it, but is better to be sure. So here are the questions.

    Which hanger does the 2005 Six use? Is it shared by other Norco bikes? Is it the same as the Six 2006 (I doubt it due to the TA on the 2005)? Hope you can help me guys, Iím missing the summer rides due to this situation.

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    The Norco shore one weight is 45ib, your hanger you need to measure it i had to do the same with mine

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