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    I present El Mariachi LE #35... Finally :)

    Well i finally received the last piece of the puzzle to the newest bike to my stable. Might i say that it has far exceeded everything i thought. The build is as follows:

    Frame - Salsa El Mariachi LE #35
    Fork - Salsa Matching
    Stem - Salsa Matching
    Handlebar - Salsa Pro Moto Carbon 11 degree
    Headset - King Silver
    Seatpost - Thomson
    Saddle - SLR XC
    Brakes - Hayes El Camino, 8" front 6" rear
    Grips - Ruffian Lock on
    Cranks - Polished XTR
    Bottom Bracket - XTR
    Chainring - Boone 34t
    Chain - SRAM PC68
    Cog - Chris King 18t, 19t, 20t
    Pedals - Time ATAC XE
    Wheels - Industry 9 , Copper Hubs, Silver Spokes, Polished Delgado Disc
    Tires - 2.3 Exiwolf Race
    Cages - Cuissi Stainless

    Waiting on my Salsa Q/R

    After the first ride today i have to say that i absolutely love the bike. It was so smooth over everything. Anyways enough of my blabbing and on to the pics. Sorry so dirty but hey its getting used right. I will have more pictures after the mountain bike festival this weekend.






    Thanks for looking...

    Jon

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    Nice build, and dirty like it should be!

    Dave.

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    Absolutely love it, that bike looks sooo hot!

    Polished rims and I9 hubs are beautiful, and the rest of the spec is spot on.

    How are you finding the bars? i have the same in alloy and after cutting them down a bit, they fit like a glove, was the last touch in finishing up my ala carte.

    If i was tall enough, i would be all over the El Mariarchi, or Dos Niner, ah well, guess il just have to stick with the El Santo, and the Moto Rapido, and the new Ala Carte, and .........

    Enjoy that bike,
    Wil

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    Im loving the handlebar. I love the really wide bars. My last bar was even wider than this one. I appreciate the comments.

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