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    yes on rf.
    switched dropper to reverb and switched grips to lock ons and putting on highroller 2 on back tonight. That should bump up the weight a bit. But still guessing under 27

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    Black Beauty

    Large Mach 6 Stealth Black
    RockShox Pike 160
    SRAM X01 Drivetrain
    Shimano XT Brakes
    Nox 35mm AM Carbon Wheels/DT 240s Hubs
    RockShox Reverb Stealth Seatpost
    Race Face SIXC 785 mm Carbon Bars
    Kore Repute 35mm Stem
    Straightline Amp Pedals
    Hans Dampf up front/High Roller II in back
    No idea what she weighs!

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    ^^^^^ Nice!
    Safe riding,

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    Gorgeous! I got the matte carbon SIXC bars as I thought the red would be too much and there are a lot of shades of red. Seeing those bars on your bike, it matches perfect. Wish I could change that up. Beautiful set up. I will be posting mine in about a week when it is all finished.

    Lock that beauty up with some heavy duty chains or never let it out of your site! I have lost 2 very expensive bikes in the last 6 months that were locked up on my bike rack.

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    Thanks vikb & Dawg,

    I wasn't sure how the bars would match and whether 785mm would be too wide, coming from some Haven 750's. Color and width are awesome. I ordered red grips but I'm afraid of taking away from the "Stealthiness" of the bike. I originally wanted the blue frame, but when I ordered they were out. I'm super stoked with the "Stealth Black."

    I built up my dream bike last fall, and while traveling up near Portland it was stolen off my rack while locked. It worked out alright thanks to insurance, now my dream bike stepped up a notch or two

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    I went for the red anodized lock rings and ODI Rogue grips for just a touch of red. Looks pretty good. Added some red Canfield Crampons to match. Sounds like we were having the same tough decisions when building these. I also had to make sure and match fork sanctions with my dropper post. OCD.

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    Cool, look forward to some pics!

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    My steed in finally finished.

    I just finished her. She hasn't even been on the dirt yet. I can't wait…..

    Large Frame
    Pike 160
    XO crank
    XT brakes
    Reverb
    Stans Flow wheelset
    Specialized Butcher up front. High roller aft
    Black and red seem to be a common theme.

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    Very nice, Lpcunity.
    She looks like my girls twin!
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    ****'s hot son!

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    Very nice, Lpcunity.
    She looks like my girls twin!
    They must be from the same litter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markmyers View Post
    ****'s hot son!
    Show us your's!!. We showed you ours!!

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    Very nice, Lpcunity.
    She looks like my girls twin!
    What tires are these? The bike, including pedals is exactly like mine, but your 1.5 lbs lighter.

    Sweet bike!

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    Tires are High Roller II 2.3 Back/Hans Dampf 2.35 Front.
    Wheelset is DT Swiss 240s Hubs/Nox AM rims (which including tubeless tape & valve stems came out to 1498 grams for the set.)
    Actually it's only a half pound lighter.

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    Writ ting error
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    Has Nyone tried to set the bike with 170 mm fork? Do you think if this will broke too much the geo or if not, just will make harder the climb and more confortable the down hill
    Regards

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    Personally I like it with a 160 fork. I don't think you would gain much by going with a 170 fork, especially if you plan on earning your descents. I think if I wanted to change the suspension in any way I'd look into something different for the rear shock.

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    Bad pics early this morning. Just finished the build last night. Will post more with a better camera and light soon. Very happy with the way the build turned out. Still need a few rides to determine where to cut the fork.

    Full XX1 build, Derby rims, etc. I'll put the whole build up when I have better pics.



    Love the wheels. Derby and Hope Hubs.


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    Re-post from derailleur cover thread....figured it belonged here:



    My GF got jealous and ordered a M6 as well. Here X0 complete [small = 27.8lbs w/o pedals] came with a DM cover.



    My large blue frame = 6.86lb.

    and the rest of my bike waiting to be born!



    - 160mm Pike
    - XTR brakes
    - XX1
    - RF Next SL cranks
    - Light Bicycle rims w/ Hope Hubs and Conti TK 2.2" tires
    - RS Reverb
    - RF stem & bars
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    Mach 6 pics

    Nice. I hope no one steals your car!


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    I have same pivot, a few posts ago, and have the NOX wheels coming next week. looking forward to riding those. and Vigilante Team tires to try out. tubeless of course. nice to see others with the NOX AM wheels.
    I have too many bikes, but it's not enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by deerock View Post
    I have same pivot, a few posts ago, and have the NOX wheels coming next week. looking forward to riding those. and Vigilante Team tires to try out. tubeless of course. nice to see others with the NOX AM wheels.
    I'm loving the NOX wheelset, light, strong stiff. I don't understand why the feel better, but the do inspire confidence cornering. Enjoy building & riding. I feel like I can appreciate a bike better when I built it up

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    Killer build Vik. Can't wait to see it complete.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salespunk View Post
    Killer build Vik. Can't wait to see it complete.

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    ^^^what he said^^^

    Just looked at your specs and that is one sweet ride. I'll bet you'll be close to 27.0# depending on pedals, sweet!

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    I was considering a Light Bicycle Wheelset, but I was concerned about them setting up tubeless with the hookless rim. I know people do it, just sounded different. I'd like to hear how you like them after a few rides, they seem like a good option compared to Enve's (expensive and pain in the A$$ spoke setup.)

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