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    After the shakedown ride.
    Sloppy out there.
    Blur TRc pictures-imageuploadedbytapatalk1354842454.692709.jpg
    The large definitely fits me better. I think I'll stick with the same stem size as well.

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    lookin' good! I also ride a Large size frame but a 60mm stem. took the bike out for a quick spin today and i'm thinking i need a 70/75/80 stem to balance out. Though half an inch longer T/T than my blur ltc, the cockpit somehow "feels" more compact.

    curious what stem length you're running and if you're the same height as me? 5' 10"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bolty12 View Post
    lookin' good! I also ride a Large size frame but a 60mm stem. took the bike out for a quick spin today and i'm thinking i need a 70/75/80 stem to balance out. Though half an inch longer T/T than my blur ltc, the cockpit somehow "feels" more compact.

    curious what stem length you're running and if you're the same height as me? 5' 10"
    6'0" long torso, short legs (30" pants inseam)
    80mm stem.


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    Thanks Mestapho, gives me a better idea.

    By the way, sending in my whole frame and getting a new one replaced! Once again Santa Cruz comes through. Obviously they were out of the black frame and only had the gloss white so went with that. Will post pics once i get my bike back in one piece

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bolty12 View Post
    Thanks Mestapho, gives me a better idea.

    By the way, sending in my whole frame and getting a new one replaced! Once again Santa Cruz comes through. Obviously they were out of the black frame and only had the gloss white so went with that. Will post pics once i get my bike back in one piece
    That's awesome!!
    Man SC has ridiculous customer service.
    Can you convert your rear hub or are you buying a new one?
    May as well replace the derailleur cables while your at it. I took the opportunity to service/clean everything since it was all apart.
    Switched my BB to ceramic bearings. Did a service on the King hubs. Changed the fluid in the fork. Etc.

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    thanks Mestapho,

    Definitely converting it. I have DT swiss 240s so it's an easy conversion. Pointed my friend over from a Specialized epic 29er to a Tallboy purchase this weekend after telling him how SC took care of my TRc.

    I know this is a picture thread, so i'll definitely pitch in some pics after completion!

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    Nice thread, but can be expensive. Satisfied Nomad 1 owner since many years but looking for something with less travel for the trails close by.
    Demoed a 29 Spec evo Carbon and loved the climbing but felt uncomfortable on the downhills. Feels like sitting on top of suspension rather than in (the sag).

    If I still want to get hold of that climbing feeling 650b might be a good compromise.

    Stupid question; If you run with a Fox fork are there any other adaptions needed, apart from a 650b wheelset obviously?

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    Quote Originally Posted by the Swede View Post
    Nice thread, but can be expensive. Satisfied Nomad 1 owner since many years but looking for something with less travel for the trails close by.
    Demoed a 29 Spec evo Carbon and loved the climbing but felt uncomfortable on the downhills. Feels like sitting on top of suspension rather than in (the sag).

    If I still want to get hold of that climbing feeling 650b might be a good compromise.

    Stupid question; If you run with a Fox fork are there any other adaptions needed, apart from a 650b wheelset obviously?
    No, you can run 660b on a standard 26" Float with no mods. If you're starting from scratch I would look at getting a Fox 34 650b fork.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mestapho View Post
    No, you can run 660b on a standard 26" Float with no mods. If you're starting from scratch I would look at getting a Fox 34 650b fork.
    does 670b also fit? (sorry for that)

    your new matte black frame is very nice, I like it

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    ...one week and counting...

    Just got back from visiting my LBS to get the final fitting for my medium TRc. All that's left is to install the brake/shifter controls cut the brake/shifter lines and install my provided wheels.

    It's a stock TRc with the XT kit (K coated fork non-K coated shock) with the following:

    (my existing) Stans Crest with hope2 evo hubs
    Raceface Next 1" riser Carbon handle bars
    Moab Grips
    Shimano M520 pedals (oldies but goodies)

    Oh and in the flat black and silver, it's oh so sexy


    One thing I noticed while I was on it hooked up to the trainer, was how much farther out the front wheel looks compared to my superlight due to the head angle. Seemed like I was on some low rider chopper... Might have only been a half an inch farther out, but it just seemed like a lot compared to the superlight.

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    Wait until you feel how planted it is, the low BB was very noticeable to me coming off at Transition Covert (about half an inch higher).

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    I was pointed out the "stretched out" look/feeling to the fitter in the LBS, and then later was telling him about a trail I was recently riding that had a 2-3ft drop. He said, "So the drop was like falling through a trap door? Wait till this with just a few degrees of head angle makes for a difference, you'll be glad you've got it.."

    I loved my SL, but in the steep stuff, often felt like even with my a*s a few inches over the rear tire, I was still susceptible to going OTB if I hit a sizable chunk. Made me a better rider though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjhiker View Post
    I was pointed out the "stretched out" look/feeling to the fitter in the LBS, and then later was telling him about a trail I was recently riding that had a 2-3ft drop. He said, "So the drop was like falling through a trap door? Wait till this with just a few degrees of head angle makes for a difference, you'll be glad you've got it.."

    I loved my SL, but in the steep stuff, often felt like even with my a*s a few inches over the rear tire, I was still susceptible to going OTB if I hit a sizable chunk. Made me a better rider though.
    I've had a similar conversation and the demo trc confirmed it. I am coming off a Marin Mount Vision 2006 and the trc gives you so much more confidence. Did mitigate the OTB feeling on my Marin by reducing the stem from 110mm to 80mm, made much more of a difference than I thought it would.
    Hopefully only a week to go for me too, waiting for a 142 x 12 replacement rear hub from Easton.

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    Wow, thatís a beautiful bike. Congrats!

    Iím the person that relayed what SC told me about the aluminum upper links replacing the carbon links. I thought it seemed odd also since I hadnít seen it before on their website and I bought an older frame and preferred the original carbon link. I asked SC if they could confirm it as I was convinced they were mistakenly referring to the lower link since it is aluminum.

    I received another email from SC confirming the upper links on the Blurs and Tallboys were now aluminum. The key was actually in smaller, denser applications such as links, where aluminum was better due in part to the stronger bond between the aluminum link and alloy bearing races, etc over the carbon, which seems to be where the breaks occurred. For frame applications carbon was better. I canít imagine two different people misinformed me over such a simple question, even after seeking confirmation, but stranger things have happened.

    Also, the V10 had an aluminum rear triangle and someone pointed out a professional rider had changed out the carbon upper link for an aluminum, which supported SCís statement. However, I just saw SC replaced the V10 with a newer model thatís all carbon. Go figureÖ

    I really had no reason to believe I was misinformed since it made sense and SC has always had an outstanding reputation for customer service as evidenced by your warranty replacement as well as others on this board. Also, it didnít seem likely they wouldíve replaced the link on my frame because they ran out of a part or just to save $54 and then claim it was a new and improved modification. Any other company and I would have suspected they were trying to avoid sending out the correct part. Not SC. Nonetheless, I will ask again so I am not passing on any misinformation.

    I hope to share pics of our bike builds when they are done, since it was the awesome pics posted here that led me to purchase SC bikes in the first place.

    I must admit Mestapho, your new frame and color scheme is easily my favorite. Enjoy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lcdd View Post
    Wow, that’s a beautiful bike. Congrats!

    I’m the person that relayed what SC told me about the aluminum upper links replacing the carbon links. I thought it seemed odd also since I hadn’t seen it before on their website and I bought an older frame and preferred the original carbon link. I asked SC if they could confirm it as I was convinced they were mistakenly referring to the lower link since it is aluminum.

    I received another email from SC confirming the upper links on the Blurs and Tallboys were now aluminum. The key was actually in smaller, denser applications such as links, where aluminum was better due in part to the stronger bond between the aluminum link and alloy bearing races, etc over the carbon, which seems to be where the breaks occurred. For frame applications carbon was better. I can’t imagine two different people misinformed me over such a simple question, even after seeking confirmation, but stranger things have happened.

    Also, the V10 had an aluminum rear triangle and someone pointed out a professional rider had changed out the carbon upper link for an aluminum, which supported SC’s statement. However, I just saw SC replaced the V10 with a newer model that’s all carbon. Go figure…

    I really had no reason to believe I was misinformed since it made sense and SC has always had an outstanding reputation for customer service as evidenced by your warranty replacement as well as others on this board. Also, it didn’t seem likely they would’ve replaced the link on my frame because they ran out of a part or just to save $54 and then claim it was a new and improved modification. Any other company and I would have suspected they were trying to avoid sending out the correct part. Not SC. Nonetheless, I will ask again so I am not passing on any misinformation.

    I hope to share pics of our bike builds when they are done, since it was the awesome pics posted here that led me to purchase SC bikes in the first place.

    I must admit Mestapho, your new frame and color scheme is easily my favorite. Enjoy!
    I didn't mean to call you out on that if that's how you took it. Other posters have confirmed that they've seen the new TR's with Al links as well. Maybe I just got lucky with the carbon linkage.
    Thanks for the compliments on my ride. It's fitting me much better then the medium.
    I'm surprised by how it's not only changed my posture but the feel of te suspension. I think because I was riding with my post so high that it pushed me out further over the rear tire making the suspension ride differently.
    I'm definitely liking the murdered out look of the all black. Wish I had a black fork as well.

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    I didn't take it that way at all. I don't post much and would hate for one of my few posts to be wrong when I relayed what the mfr told me. Now, I'm not so convinced anymore since the newer TRc and V10 came out all carbon.

    I'm waiting for a deal on a black fork myself for a white/black blur xc since it already has enough white. But in your case, the white fork looks awesome too! Great job on the build!

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    Just got done with a 50 miler. What a great ride. This bike rips up, down, twisty it just eats up the trail.

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    Mestapho,

    What bottom bracket guard do you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjhiker View Post
    Mestapho,

    What bottom bracket guard do you use?
    Downtube/linkage guard?
    It's the Cytoe guard. He sells them on the MTBR classifieds.
    http://classifieds.mtbr.com/showprod...-frames&cat=30

    Bashguard - Race Face.

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    Thanks, just picked one up. While I don't expect many heavy strikes, rocks and such do bother me.

    What screws did you use to mount it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjhiker View Post
    Thanks, just picked one up. While I don't expect many heavy strikes, rocks and such do bother me.

    What screws did you use to mount it?
    Just the bottle mount bolts that came on the frame.

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    The two identical black larges arrived...

    Confirming upper aluminum links, I went for the SC "package deal" which apparently is ending. SPX 2 X10 with Kashima upgrade on both ends. Had to have black.
    It's been 12 years since I've bought a complete build. So far only some minor changes.
    Got in on a 2X buy with a guy from my LBS, glad I ponied up the dough...
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    I'll add mine to the collection here. Got one of the last closeout frames last month. This is a size small. Built it up with new and existing parts. Full 2x10 Shimano XT. Fork is a 2010 Revelation Team Dual Air Maxle lowered to 130mm. I was originally going to get the matte black/green, but that one sold out first, so it made my color decision much easier. I'm actually very happy with how this color scheme worked out. This one's on the heavy side weighing in at 28 lbs. mostly because of the heavier wheelbuild.
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    One more day of waiting... Picking it up tomorrow... I haven't ridden in 1.5weeks since I brought them my old wheels to move to the new bike (and do a proper fitting on the new frame with my existing wheels)...

    It's killing me... When the wife sees the TRc and I tell her, "You said I needed more fiber..." I hope she understands

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjhiker View Post
    One more day of waiting... Picking it up tomorrow... I haven't ridden in 1.5weeks since I brought them my old wheels to move to the new bike (and do a proper fitting on the new frame with my existing wheels)...

    It's killing me... When the wife sees the TRc and I tell her, "You said I needed more fiber..." I hope she understands
    Wow, are you doing a forgiveness rather than permission on the new frame?
    Big balls my friend, big balls.

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    "Better to be judged by 12 than carried by 6."

    Plus I have a comfy couch...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjhiker View Post
    One more day of waiting... Picking it up tomorrow... I haven't ridden in 1.5weeks since I brought them my old wheels to move to the new bike (and do a proper fitting on the new frame with my existing wheels)...

    It's killing me... When the wife sees the TRc and I tell her, "You said I needed more fiber..." I hope she understands
    TRc rocks! Lots of folks here have it. I was looking at it, but then the Nickel deals came up and I couldn't resist. Similar geo, different characteristics. The Nickel is awesome, and I can only speculate that the TRc is awesome-r.

    I hope to see it at some local rides.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IAmHolland View Post
    TRc rocks! Lots of folks here have it. I was looking at it, but then the Nickel deals came up and I couldn't resist. Similar geo, different characteristics. The Nickel is awesome, and I can only speculate that the TRc is awesome-r.
    The TRc is a bit more awesome
    I've owned both and have kept my TRc.
    It's lower, it's stiffer and more responsive in the turns.
    In my opinion the TRc is the better climber too and that's less a question of weight than a question of better traction


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    I got it because it's beefier than the Superlight. I don't do big drops/jumps and so the Heckler/Nomads were too much travel for me. Wanted something more Trail but still quite a bit XC.

    and the TRc seemed to be exactly what I was looking for.

    Some people have big balls by taking large drops/jumps... I well.. I'll let you know after I get it home...

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    Quote Originally Posted by zauberer View Post
    than a question of better traction
    I would imagine so, with VPP vs single pivot (APP).

    Quote Originally Posted by sjhiker View Post
    Wanted something more Trail but still quite a bit XC.
    It'll handle all trails just fine. I ride my HT and my DB Mission on many of the local to us trails and the DB Mission is too much bike....but that doesn't mean you don't need to add a NomadC to your quiver next year.

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    A had a nomad AL and was going to get a Nomad C this last year until I test rode the TRC for 2 weeks. I found the TRC handled all of the DH trails just as good as my Nomad and handles flat corners better. I ended up going with the TRC.

    I personally think the Nomad is to close to the TRC to have both.

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    Christmas came early! Should be on by the end of the night.


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    let us know how you like it on the trc

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    Just converted the TRc to 650b and from awesome (er) it become another more than awesome....
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    Picked my medium TRc up this morning from the LBS... it's raining pretty bad here right now so no riding for today (or this weekend since it's rained quite a bit this week), but according to the scale in the LBS she weighs in at 26.94lbs.

    XT Component Set (SPX Kit)
    Non-stock components
    Stans Crest Wheels with hope2evo hubs (from my old SuperLight)
    Faceface Carbon Risers
    Moab Grips
    M520 Shimano Pedals
    Crossmark Tires (came with kit)
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    Quote Originally Posted by sjhiker View Post
    Picked my medium TRc up this morning from the LBS... it's raining pretty bad here right now so no riding for today (or this weekend since it's rained quite a bit this week), but according to the scale in the LBS she weighs in at 26.94lbs.

    XT Component Set (SPX Kit)
    Non-stock components
    Stans Crest Wheels with hope2evo hubs (from my old SuperLight)
    Faceface Carbon Risers
    Moab Grips
    M520 Shimano Pedals
    Crossmark Tires (came with kit)
    Looking very nice! Are you going to do a 650b thing eventually? That's a nice weight, I wish I had a bike that light. I'll look for your bike at STCP!

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    Nice, you're going to be pleased. Had mine out before the rain started today.
    TRc handling and acceleration (esp. climbing) is impressive.
    I suggest more aggressive tires, you'll need 'em to fully exploit the bike's capabilities.

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    Prob won't do the 650b thing. As for tires I was previously running Nevegal on the front and a Slant 6 on the rear. These are "a bit" more aggressive than the slant 6s.

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    A few updates from my last post so I can free up the parts that belong to my Nomad. This did bring the weight down to just over 25 lbs for an XL.

    Haven bars | ESI grips | X0 2x10 group | Hope Race m4/x2 Brakes | New Minion 2.35 in front
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    Good job!

    both, the matte black and the black/orange are very nice TRc


    enjoy the rides with these awesome beauties

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    I'm needing a bike to leave at work. I'm seriously considering the XX1AM build kit. Anyone try XX1 yet and have recommendations on gearing (I may go 32X42)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjhiker View Post
    Picked my medium TRc up this morning from the LBS... it's raining pretty bad here right now so no riding for today (or this weekend since it's rained quite a bit this week), but according to the scale in the LBS she weighs in at 26.94lbs.

    XT Component Set (SPX Kit)
    Non-stock components
    Stans Crest Wheels with hope2evo hubs (from my old SuperLight)
    Faceface Carbon Risers
    Moab Grips
    M520 Shimano Pedals
    Crossmark Tires (came with kit)
    Looks great in the matte black, just waiting for a replacement Easton hub and mine's ready to go, is that a reverb seatpost?

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    Yeah reverb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdiff View Post
    Christmas came early! Should be on by the end of the night.

    Nice one

    What kind of mounting hardware will you use? Santa Cruz webpage says the TRC uses 21.8 x 8 mm mounting hardware, the Fit Finder ont the Cane Creek webpage says the TRC needs 22.0 x 8 mm hardware (which doesn't exist IMHO, the next bigger size would be 22.1 x 8 mm). Thanks in advance.

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    I don't really know about ordering the hardware separately as we just bought it all as one. It did bolt onto my frame perfectly, so whatever they gave me worked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flipnidaho View Post
    I'm needing a bike to leave at work. I'm seriously considering the XX1AM build kit. Anyone try XX1 yet and have recommendations on gearing (I may go 32X42)?
    I could imagine a fit rider being fine with the 32 for climbing- the 42 tooth CS is BIG. I'm a flat lander but when on holiday in Utah this summer I was doing pretty well with a 32x36 could def get up more/ spin far easier with the 42.

    Plus you'll get to enjoy that 32x10...

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    Xx1

    Flipnidaho - I'm slowly building up my medium 2013 TRc and I've just received my XX1 groupset, 32T w/ 170mm cranks. I'll let ya know what its like when i've completed the build, just waiting for a DT Swiss XD Driver body to arrive.

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    Warranty frame arrived from SC- Santa Cruz really has unbelievable customer service. Getting this built over the weekend, will post pics soon!
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    I need to stop looking at this thread before I end up buying another bike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bolty12 View Post
    Warranty frame arrived from SC- Santa Cruz really has unbelievable customer service. Getting this built over the weekend, will post pics soon!
    Awesome! Glad they took care of you.
    Post pics when it's built up.

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