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    Mach 6 pics

    Here's mine. Waiting for parts
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    Mach 6 pics-img_20140201_125333_871.jpgMach 6 pics-img_20140201_125342_249.jpgAnd another. This belongs to one of the owners of my LBS

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    I am assuming you want this to be the definitive build thread







    Large Frame
    Pike 160
    XX1 with XO1 carbon cranks
    King HS/BB
    Derby Carbon wheels/I9 hubs
    Renthal carbon bars
    KS Lev post
    XT brakes (will be upgraded to XTR when the new ones are released)
    27.8 lbs with pedals
    Last edited by Salespunk; 02-09-2014 at 09:50 PM.

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    Here's mine:


    Large frame
    X01 drivetrain
    Pike 160mm
    XT brakes
    Reverb Stealth Post
    Reynolds Carbon Wheels with I9 hubs
    27.4 lbs (with pedals)
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Mach 6 pics-2013-12-22-14.04.39.jpg  

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoBuffs View Post
    Here's mine. Waiting for parts
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    LOL..luv Kramer in the background. Nice frame too.
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    Hells yeah salespunk . I'll post up as parts arrive!

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    Very cool, 1st one I've seen with a Vivid...
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ID:	866728And another. This belongs to one of the owners of my LBS
    Desert Sunset Calls/Upward, Pain, Perseverance/Welcome Solitude

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    Totally awesome M6 kibosh! Mine would look very similar with same pedals, drivetrain, frame. I was drooling over this color frame at LBS the other day. See how my demo test goes in a couple of weeks.
    Ride On!

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    Quick q guys does the M6 use a DT thru axle or Maxle axle

    Cheers

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    DT swiss

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    After just installing a skinny Vee Rubber tire on the back of my bike, kibosh's front tire seems gigantic...

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldm8 View Post
    DT swiss

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    Quote Originally Posted by pvflyer View Post
    LOL..luv Kramer in the background. Nice frame too.
    Even though I love the bike, the Kramer photo was the 1st thing my wife and I commented on as well Best TV show of all time and Kramer was the biggest reason for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k2rider1964 View Post
    Even though I love the bike, the Kramer photo was the 1st thing my wife and I commented on as well Best TV show of all time and Kramer was the biggest reason for that.
    Ditto....I still watch the re-runs.
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    Come on people post em up. I need some ideas for my build. I've got frame, fork, stem, handlebars, brakes and wheels. Thinking Thomson stealth dropper and XO 2 X 10.

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    You mean XO-1 right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoBuffs View Post
    Come on people post em up. I need some ideas for my build. I've got frame, fork, stem, handlebars, brakes and wheels. Thinking Thomson stealth dropper and XO 2 X 10.
    Thomson stealth dropper doesn't ship 'till May. Surely you're not going to wait that long to build your bike? Or do you live someplace snowbound?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kibosh View Post
    Here's mine:
    Large frame
    X01 drivetrain
    Pike 160mm
    XT brakes
    Reverb Stealth Post
    Reynolds Carbon Wheels with I9 hubs
    Kibosh, would love to see a few more pics of your build. I've got basically the same bike in an XL (same frame color, drivetrain, brakes, wheels) on the way. I'll be throwing some red grips and Canfield Crampon flats on. Lookin' good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrewBird View Post
    Thomson stealth dropper doesn't ship 'till May. Surely you're not going to wait that long to build your bike? Or do you live someplace snowbound?
    I live in the PNW so snows not really an issue although we have 8 inches on the ground right now. May sounds about right for the trails to start drying out. I have a seatpost for it in the meantime or ride another bike.

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    [QUOTE=Salespunk;10988278]You mean XO-1 right?[/QUOTE
    We've got some big mountains in my neck of the woods and the older I get the more I dislike climbing. But you've got to pay to play. Not building a race bike. Building this as a replacement for my departed HD as my quiver killer!

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    Here's my new ride:

    Large frame
    2014 Fox 34 160mm Talas
    Light Bicycle 35mm rims, CK Hubs
    KS Lev Dropper


    20140208_102930 by ca89056, on Flickr


    20140208_103043 by ca89056, on Flickr

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    Pretty rad rig csargos. How you diggin on those wheels? Tossing up the idea of those between the 30's for my upcoming trail bike. Did the bigger width of 35's change your tire profile much?
    Ride On!

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    XL
    Pike 160
    Havoc carbon bars with 60mm/10 deg rise stem
    XO Trail brakes
    LB carbon rims with DT 240 straight pull hubs
    XO carbon cranks 1x10
    Reverb stealth 125mm
    e13 guide
    28.5 lbs


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    Quote Originally Posted by jgusta View Post
    Pretty rad rig csargos. How you diggin on those wheels? Tossing up the idea of those between the 30's for my upcoming trail bike. Did the bigger width of 35's change your tire profile much?
    I've only been out thrice but they've been great so far. Compared to my previous i9 AM wheels, tire profile is definitely more square. Just eyeballing the tire, the square profile makes it seems a bit taller with roughly the same width.

    One concern I have is that the rim edge is more exposed to impacts from the side, being almost flush with the tire sidewall. I've already managed 2 scratches on my rear wheel and I hope they hold up.

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    Got a mate owns LBS he does Pivot and hes getting a M6 in for 3 weeks, not that I need a demo, but today he said open slather take it out and ride it and enjoy it, yeahaa M6 lets partyyyyy, cant wait to compare to my HD on my favourite trails, woot woot I'm so excited, (insert just cant hide it, I'm a going to lose control an I just cant fight it) if you know that line you had an awesome childhood teenage years!

    M6 I feel the need the need for speed, yowl!!

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