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    NOICE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    love the wheels.
    Last edited by gticlay; 09-30-2012 at 09:10 AM.
    "It looks flexy"

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    Quote Originally Posted by gticlay View Post
    I'll look for an email from push when I'm not on a tablet but I believe they said 125psi with the bo knob full out or maybe 1 turn from out. It's very progressive via the link so it doesn't need "help"] there.
    did you find the info on the bottom out knob? and how about low speed and high speed compresion setting?

    where is the best "cheap" place to get a ti coil for the fox rc2
    and does anyone make a ti coil for the 180 van?

    thanks....

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    Now with Haven Wheels w Ti bolts

    12.62 Kg (27.82Lbs)

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    Quote Originally Posted by l.j.silver View Post
    a small photo in "action"
    Nice to meet you here!!!
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    Nomad c Crack

    Quote Originally Posted by Yippee_Ki_YayMF View Post
    Just the usual cracking that others have experienced near the VPP link. Nothing too exciting. Santa Cruz have been great to deal with so far.
    Do you have any pictures of the frame broken?

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    Another top killing shredding video by team MIA Santa Cruz, enjoy!



    (btw, if someone knows how to embed the video for the lazy ones....)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ban View Post
    Another top killing shredding video by team MIA Santa Cruz, enjoy!



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    Nice clip. Thanks!

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    MIA do some of the best clips.

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    Quote:
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    Just the usual cracking that others have experienced near the VPP link. Nothing too exciting. Santa Cruz have been great to deal with so far.

    Do you have any pictures of the frame broken?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ban View Post
    (btw, if someone knows how to embed the video for the lazy ones....)
    if you hit "share" in the vimeo page it'll spit out the code you can copy into a post

    <iframe src="http://player.vimeo.com/video/50386064?portrait=0&amp;color=0cb362" width="500" height="281" frameborder="0" webkitAllowFullScreen mozallowfullscreen allowFullScreen></iframe> <p><a href="http://vimeo.com/50386064">AT HOME</a> from <a href="http://vimeo.com/oqamyvisuel">oQamy.VISUEL</a> on <a href="http://vimeo.com">Vimeo</a>.</p>

    dayum do their vids get me ready to ride

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    Sharing mine :)



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    Anyone 5'7" running a small? Been riding a medium for a few seasons now and thinking about switching to a small.
    '17 Hatchet Carbon
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    I'm 5' 7" and I've been riding a medium carbon Nomad with a 90mm stem for two years, I ride everything here in the Kootenays and I can say that I have never wanted a smaller bike. I also ride a small Knolly Delirium T which doesn't climb like the Nomad but is definately better on the descents.

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    Has anyone broken the ISCG05 tabs on NomadC? I'm thinking of moving to a taco style chain guard, but I have been hitting my current bash ring into rocks and other stuff more often than most.

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    Bonking ... not feelin' well push upper link

    [QUOTE=neyakfamah;9668573]Only seen 6 rides. On the heavy side at 33lbs but hopefully will shave a bit of weight on a new wheel set.

    What a nice lookin built.
    I red a lot of good things regarding push upper link when it comes to dh. But how is it compare to original upper link when it comes to climbing? I want to. Switch to push but i'm concern on pedaling up hill.
    I already have dhx rc4, all I need to replace is the upper link, right? or do I also need to modify my rc4?
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    Quote Originally Posted by neyakfamah View Post
    Only seen 6 rides. On the heavy side at 33lbs but hopefully will shave a bit of weight on a new wheel set.
    What a nice lookin built.
    I red a lot of good things regarding push upper link when it comes to dh. But how is it compare to original upper link when it comes to climbing? I want to. Switch to push but i'm concern on pedaling up hill.
    I already have dhx rc4, all I need to replace is the upper link, right? or do I also need to modify my rc4?

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    Action shot from the SuperD race this past weekend in San Diego.
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    Finally built up my warranty replacement.

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    Hey guys..new to the forum..but here's my new '13 Nomad Carbon. Definitely been enjoying the hell out of it!!!
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    Like the 34, and the fox dropper post. But..........you're cross chainin like a mofo in that pic! Just messin with ya. Nice ride.

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    brown: brown is the color of the leaves of summer, past their prime
    white: white is the color of the just fallen snow
    blue: blue is the color of the garage wall, seasons past a needed re-coat
    red is the color of the sands of Moab, not needing a rinse
    orange: orange is the color the the coil that fit, from the drawer of ages
    green: green is the color.



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    i am nomad
    Last edited by icegeek; 10-27-2012 at 09:31 AM.
    Since when did Need have anything to do with this?

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    Beautiful

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    Amazing evenings...
    Love this bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by icegeek View Post


    brown: brown is the color of the leaves of summer, past their prime
    white: white is the color of the just fallen snow
    blue: blue is the color of the garage wall, seasons past a needed re-coat
    red is the color of the sands of Moab, not needing a rinse
    orange: orange is the color the the coil that fit, from the drawer of ages
    green: green is the color.



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    i am nomad

    I didnt know you were rocking this thing now. We will have to go ride soon so I can take a peak at it in person. Im thinking about one of these for my 2013 summer fun bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris9888 View Post






    Frame: Santa Cruze Nomad Carbon (Medium)
    Shock: CCDB coil (Ti-Spring 2.5 x 350 lbs)
    Fork: Fox Talas 36 TALAS FIT RLC Kashima
    Handle bar: Deity Dirty30 handlebar
    Stem: Point One Split-Second
    Seatpost: KSi950R
    Saddle: WTB Rocket saddle
    Headset: Chris King Headset
    Hubs: Chris King
    Rims: ZTR Flow Wheelset
    Tires: Hans Dampf 2.35 Tubeless (Front), Nobby Nic Evolution UST 2.25 (Rear)
    Brake: XT Brake set
    Groupset: XT Groupset
    Chain guide: MRP LRP
    Pedal: Point One Podium
    Weight: 32.40 lbs (14.70kg)
    You can use KS remote as ODI clamp
    Life is like riding a bicycle. To stay balanced, you must keep moving ahead.

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    Im planning to switch back to 2X10 from 1x10 , anyone has good experience with the MRP 2x10 Guide / E13 TRS+ Dual guide with xtr shadown plus ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hikzzz View Post
    Im planning to switch back to 2X10 from 1x10 , anyone has good experience with the MRP 2x10 Guide / E13 TRS+ Dual guide with xtr shadown plus ?
    I had terrible luck with the E13 TRS+ dual with a SLX (non plus). The chain would get dropped to the outside requiring me to stop and remove the pully to reinstal the chain. Also broke one of the pully cages and had to order a new one. I switched to a BlackSpire and it is working flawlessly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hikzzz View Post
    Im planning to switch back to 2X10 from 1x10 , anyone has good experience with the MRP 2x10 Guide / E13 TRS+ Dual guide with xtr shadown plus ?
    Stinger + Bash =
    "It looks flexy"

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    Here are a couple of updated pictures of my NomadC... I swapped out:

    Handlebar
    Headset Cap
    Brake Rotors
    Derailleur cables
    Seatpost clamp

    Yes, everything red (except for the Elixir CRs). I've had it now for about 3-4 months, and despite a nasty crash that ended with broken ribs, it's easily the most fun bike I've ever been on. Damn sexy looking too.




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    ^ sex machine

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    ^agree. nice color theme you got there!

    sorry to post this here but this is a nomad thread...
    i am seriously considering getting a nomad and i love the red crank bros opium wheelset. i've seen opium wheels on a number of nomads on the net (aluminum & carbon). the opium comes with a 150mm rear hub while the nomad comes with a 135mm rear. how do they make it fit then? thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeChat View Post
    You can use KS remote as ODI clamp
    Thanks for the tip

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    Just got a good deal on an XL 2011 NomadC and it should get to me in 2 weeks. I already have most of the parts from a swap off my old setup. My only concern is the RP23 as i am around 260lb heavy. Is there any way i can make the RP23 work? Or any air shock that can carry my weight and actually make for a decent ride? vivid air maybe? Ccdb? Or is coil the only way for me to enjoy this new setup?

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    how slack is your nomad c?

    woundering how slack are most of the nomad c's running right now?

    mine- 180van fork, inset headset=66 degrees

    anyone else running slacker?
    whats your set up?
    how you like it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DexTan View Post
    Just got a good deal on an XL 2011 NomadC and it should get to me in 2 weeks. I already have most of the parts from a swap off my old setup. My only concern is the RP23 as i am around 260lb heavy. Is there any way i can make the RP23 work? Or any air shock that can carry my weight and actually make for a decent ride? vivid air maybe? Ccdb? Or is coil the only way for me to enjoy this new setup?
    Man, if you were closer and it didn't require shipping, I'd trade you for my Monarch RT3. I'm a little lighter (180lbs) and wouldn't mind having a RP23 at all due to the climbing out here in Colorado. If we ever get snow and I have a couple of weeks of no riding, I'd be glad to swap shocks if you're interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DexTan View Post
    Just got a good deal on an XL 2011 NomadC and it should get to me in 2 weeks. I already have most of the parts from a swap off my old setup. My only concern is the RP23 as i am around 260lb heavy. Is there any way i can make the RP23 work? Or any air shock that can carry my weight and actually make for a decent ride? vivid air maybe? Ccdb? Or is coil the only way for me to enjoy this new setup?
    Take a look for people who have had the RP23 tuned. They ship with L/L tune for Nomads and for heavier riders I hear people have had better luck bringing up both tunes. I'd give push or similar a call and see what they think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DexTan View Post
    Just got a good deal on an XL 2011 NomadC and it should get to me in 2 weeks. I already have most of the parts from a swap off my old setup. My only concern is the RP23 as i am around 260lb heavy. Is there any way i can make the RP23 work? Or any air shock that can carry my weight and actually make for a decent ride? vivid air maybe? Ccdb? Or is coil the only way for me to enjoy this new setup?
    If your going to go for an air shock
    Vivid air is the one to go for. I weigh 195 and run about 210 psi tho so pressure would be up there for you. Go for a m/m tune. I didn't like the way a coil and push link limited the bike for me on the uphill but I'm weird I guess...I didn't like the bike at all with a 180mm fork either....bb gets too high and the bike loses a lot of its maneuverability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhigdon101 View Post
    woundering how slack are most of the nomad c's running right now?

    mine- 180van fork, inset headset=66 degrees

    anyone else running slacker?
    whats your set up?
    how you like it?
    Running slightly slacker, and LOVE it. Float 36 160mm up front with 2-degree of headset adjustment. Angle-finder shows my head angle at around 65-ish. BB was lowered slightly to 13.8".

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    Thanks for the replies guys, i'll look at the Vivid Air option first, shipping the RP23 to Push mit cost me as much as a new shock i believe.

    Speaking off headsets, i ordered an Inset 5 for my tapered Talas, my friend says a zero stack bottom cupped headset won't work as the fork's crown would hit the downtube at full turn, he says it's true for his Blur LTc, is it the same for the NomadC?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbiker831 View Post
    If your going to go for an air shock
    Vivid air is the one to go for. I weigh 195 and run about 210 psi tho so pressure would be up there for you. Go for a m/m tune. I didn't like the way a coil and push link limited the bike for me on the uphill but I'm weird I guess...I didn't like the bike at all with a 180mm fork either....bb gets too high and the bike loses a lot of its maneuverability.
    A 'mad with a low stack headset (3mm) like the Cane Creek 110 will ride the same as if you had a regular stack Chris King and a 160 fork except it rides a whole lot nicer through the chunk. I suppose it depends on where you ride or what kind of trails though.
    "It looks flexy"

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    Quote Originally Posted by DexTan View Post
    Thanks for the replies guys, i'll look at the Vivid Air option first, shipping the RP23 to Push mit cost me as much as a new shock i believe.

    Speaking off headsets, i ordered an Inset 5 for my tapered Talas, my friend says a zero stack bottom cupped headset won't work as the fork's crown would hit the downtube at full turn, he says it's true for his Blur LTc, is it the same for the NomadC?
    For a Nomad, you need: SHIS:ZS49/28.6|ZS49/30 (1.5" - 1-1/8" Conversion Standard)
    I run the 110 + Float 180 and it doesn't hit the downtube.
    "It looks flexy"

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    Quote Originally Posted by DexTan View Post
    Thanks for the replies guys, i'll look at the Vivid Air option first, shipping the RP23 to Push mit cost me as much as a new shock i believe.

    Speaking off headsets, i ordered an Inset 5 for my tapered Talas, my friend says a zero stack bottom cupped headset won't work as the fork's crown would hit the downtube at full turn, he says it's true for his Blur LTc, is it the same for the NomadC?
    keep us posted about how you go with this. I am in the same boat weight wise and am looking at a CCDBA for the same reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gticlay View Post
    For a Nomad, you need: SHIS:ZS49/28.6|ZS49/30 (1.5" - 1-1/8" Conversion Standard)
    I run the 110 + Float 180 and it doesn't hit the downtube.
    There is no ZS tapered bottom cup. He needs an EC if he's running a tapered fork. Right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by robsetsfire View Post
    There is no ZS tapered bottom cup. He needs an EC if he's running a tapered fork. Right?
    You cannot run a low stack headset with a tapered fork. Get a 1.125 straight if you want to run a Float 180 and not slacken/raise the front end.
    "It looks flexy"

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjb123 View Post
    keep us posted about how you go with this. I am in the same boat weight wise and am looking at a CCDBA for the same reason.
    I just got me a Vivid Air mid tuned, i would've grabbed either that or the CCDB air without hesitation but i got a nice deal with the Vivid Air first.

    The CCdB's gold accents is just killer though.

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    I've been following this thread for ages. Have now sold my mojo HD and built up a nomad carbon 2013 with 55rc3 ti- -2deg zero stack headset.
    Currently have a factory ctd adjust at the rear. Thinking about monarch plus or deuler (both with push link).
    First ride today. Very impressed, the nomad is much more comfortable.
    Will posts some pics up later.
    Does anyone use a push link with these shocks, also do the shocks HAVE to be pushed tuned?

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    Quote Originally Posted by waldo1 View Post
    I've been following this thread for ages. Have now sold my mojo HD and built up a nomad carbon 2013 with 55rc3 ti- -2deg zero stack headset.
    Currently have a factory ctd adjust at the rear. Thinking about monarch plus or deuler (both with push link).
    First ride today. Very impressed, the nomad is much more comfortable.
    Will posts some pics up later.
    Does anyone use a push link with these shocks, also do the shocks HAVE to be pushed tuned?
    Nice upgrade from the HD! Not liking the CTD??? The Push link only works with the RC4! The shocks you mentioned dont need it!

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    2013 nomad carbon large
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    sdg post and leopard print saddle
    crossmax sx - which are dead , suggestions as replacement?
    easto 35mm bars and stem, 800 wide
    superstar grips 6 inch wide
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    kope 203 floating rear
    formula 220 mm floating front
    lg1+ chainguide
    1070 26t rear
    raceface atlas am cranks, renthal 34t ring
    nevegal 2.35 dtc tubeless
    crank bothers mallet 3, eurobike edition
    avid crappy threes {until i decide what to buy).
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    Looks good! Def stands out from the crowd! Wondering how everyone is liking the CTD shock as I just bought one for a killer deal to try out!

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