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  • 12-15-2015
    mopartodd
    1 Attachment(s)
    2014 Scale 710
    XTR 980 drivetrain
    XT brakes
    DT Swiss 1501 wheels
    Fox Float Factory Series 100 CTD
    22.4 lbs with pedals and Garmin sensors
  • 12-31-2015
    joshward
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    2012 Scott Scale on Mavic CrossRides. And some other stuff.
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  • 01-04-2016
    armyjeffries
    Here's mine. Just got it. 2015 Scale 770. Havent even really gotten time to ride it yet.





  • 02-28-2016
    HD1911
  • 02-29-2016
    Kiwi_GR_Biker
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by HD1911 View Post

    Sweet pic! :thumbsup:

    What year and model is that?
  • 02-29-2016
    HD1911
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Kiwi_GR_Biker View Post
    Sweet pic! :thumbsup:

    What year and model is that?

    Hey thanks :)

    2016 Scale 930
  • 03-05-2016
    RSAmerica


    2016 Scott Scale Plus 710 custom build


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  • 04-07-2016
    1984Volkswagen
    1 Attachment(s)
    Racing
    So I already posted a photo of my bike here but someone snapped a photo of me racing on it and I figured that would be better. Not a single problem at all throughout the entire collegiate race season. Attachment 1062497
  • 04-09-2016
    Dangeroo0
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    A couple of my Scott Scale 910 taken while camping out last evening before todays 72km Colville Connection, 8 mins faster than last year, 11th overall out of 166 and 2nd vet age group 50-59 out of 51.Attachment 1062700Attachment 1062701
  • 04-09-2016
    Stonerider
    Beautiful bike Dangeroo0! Congrats on the great result. What crankset are you using? I have a Scale 910 as well and am looking to replace the XT crankset that came stock.
  • 04-09-2016
    Kiwi_GR_Biker
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Dangeroo0 View Post
    A couple of my Scott Scale 910 taken while camping out last evening before todays 72km Colville Connection, 8 mins faster than last year, 11th overall out of 166 and 2nd vet age group 50-59 out of 51.Attachment 1062700Attachment 1062701

    :thumbsup: Well done!
  • 04-09-2016
    Dangeroo0
    Thanks, that is just the stock XT crank arms with an Absolute Black Oval 34t ring. I have a set of silver XT crank arms which I tried but they just didn't look right.
  • 04-09-2016
    Kiwi_GR_Biker
    I Googled that Colville Connection. Looks awesome, a beautiful ride. I love the Coromandel.
  • 04-14-2016
    Roadsters
    I've made some changes to my Scott Scale 899, which I've detailed in this post in the Weight Weenies forum:

    16 1/2-pound Scott Scale 899
  • 04-25-2016
    HD1911
    Finally got a clean pic :p

  • 06-07-2016
    andrzejmakal
    Scott Scale Pics
    Hello
    My first post, glad to be here:)

    Scale 950



    Cheers from Poland.
  • 07-01-2016
    scott_scale_dr
    1 Attachment(s)
    2015 730
  • 07-01-2016
    dodgiebros
    740

  • 07-04-2016
    jambos5151
  • 07-11-2016
    Fedeleon
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    All those scale looks fantastic, I have a 2016 scale 910, really like the bike, But I use it as my trail bike too, so looking into a dropper post, But the 34.9 ID makes things harder, anyone running a shim on the scale? Looked at the syntance shim of 34.9 to 31.6 and with a 145mm lenght, it is safe to use a shim?
    Attachment 1081413
    Anyway, here is she
  • 07-11-2016
    Jukez
    My 2016 .. It's a 960 finally put some actual tubeless tires on it. Really loving it as it is my first MTB as an adult .. Kinda wish it was the 950 but this will give me plenty to grow into as I learn what XC is all about.




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  • 07-12-2016
    Smilerz
    I used a seat post shim on my Scale 920 and had zero issues.

    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Fedeleon View Post
    All those scale looks fantastic, I have a 2016 scale 910, really like the bike, But I use it as my trail bike too, so looking into a dropper post, But the 34.9 ID makes things harder, anyone running a shim on the scale? Looked at the syntance shim of 34.9 to 31.6 and with a 145mm lenght, it is safe to use a shim?
    Attachment 1081413
    Anyway, here is she

  • 07-12-2016
    Fedeleon
    Really? That changes the options about a dropper post, Also, You know if I can Fit a 2.25 nobby nic? Or better going with 2.2 mountain king
  • 07-12-2016
    Smilerz
    Not sure about the tire question. I sold the bike after a time, and really only used the stock tires.
  • 07-18-2016
    GiantTurd
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Fedeleon View Post
    Really? That changes the options about a dropper post, Also, You know if I can Fit a 2.25 nobby nic? Or better going with 2.2 mountain king

    Should fit no problem, I am using an IKON 2.35 in the back, a little tight but no rubbing.
  • 07-19-2016
    Stonerider
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Fedeleon View Post
    Really? That changes the options about a dropper post, Also, You know if I can Fit a 2.25 nobby nic? Or better going with 2.2 mountain king

    I run a 2.3 Renegade in the rear of my 2015 Scale 910...it fits but without much room to spare. A 2.25 Nobby Nic should be fine.
  • 07-20-2016
    fbaeumle
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    First Post - Scale 940
    Hi there!! This is my first post... Here goes a pic of my Scale 940... all original except for the Fizik Gobi saddle... Own it for about 45 days and already put almost 800 miles on it as I love long rides... Perfect!! Cheers from South Brazil!!

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  • 08-07-2016
    jamas1395


    2016. Scale 910 with Syncros carbon bars, Syncros carbon wheels and X0 ....1x11 drivetrain

    I have a Syncros carbon seat post on order also.


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  • 08-17-2016
    mkutch01
    6 Attachment(s)
    I stumbled onto a NOS 27.5" 2013 Scale 700 RC frame-only back in December. After purchase I discovered it was quite a rare find, as it is a Nino-spec'ed Swisspower frame, 1 of only 25 here in the US.

    The full buildup was spec'ed and assembled by me, yet with the team-replica frame it proved to be a bit challenging in a few respects. Just a few examples, BB was a PF30 versus all other 700RCs having BB92, front derailleur mounting was unique & not a bracket that Scott used on any other frames, the lower BB cable-guide used the 'old' mounting, and Scott USA wasn't much help as they had no record of even such a frame being produced nor in existence...

    Highlights include:
    Full carbon HMX Nino Shurter team-replica frame, matte finish
    RockShox SID-XX World Cup
    XTR M98x brakes, shifters, front and rear derailleurs
    2x10 drivetrain (11-36t SRAM rear cassette, 28-40t XTR front)
    Ritchey Superlogic seatpost, handlebar, headset
    DT Swiss XRC1250 carbon rims
    Schwalbe Rocket Rons w/ EvoTubes (giving them a try before going tubeless)
    Hope PF30-->BB92 conversion BB

    Final weight w/out pedals was 18.6lbs, and ready-to-ride with the Xpedo FaceOffs at 19.5lbs. Also have XTR pedals for the rides when I want to lock-in...

    Hope you enjoy the candy.
  • 09-21-2016
    Victor Liew
    My humble bike

    Scott Scale 2016 by Victor Liew, on Flickr
  • 10-20-2016
    EddNog
    Here's my 2016 Scale 720 Plus with 1x10 conversion (XTR shifter, XT Shadow Plus RD with OneUp RadR cage, SunRace 11-42 cassette, Absolute Black 30T oval narrow-wide chainring on an XT M8000 Boost 1X crank, OneUp S3 chain guide and matching KMC X10SL-DLC chain), tubeless conversion (3.0" Rocket Ron up front, 2.8" Nobby Nic out back) and matching Fabric slim lock-on grips:





    I just ordered a stealth dropper and am trying to figure out best way to run the remote (cable-actuated); any suggestions?

    -Ed
  • 11-06-2016
    Osco
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    Yup, a real nice scooter I got :P
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    I've been on the 27.5 x 3.0 tires with 30mm I.D. rims that come on another Big name bike. I had to hold the psi higher to help fight tire squirm/rollover, didn't like that. I am glad and agree with Scott R&D on the choice of 2.8 wides with 35mm I.D. rims and this particular tire.
    A light feel, to my complete surprise very fast rolling with unreal traction that's not too much.
    I can still drift,,, 'Wag the tail'
  • 11-07-2016
    Osco
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by EddNog View Post
    Here's my 2016 Scale 720 Plus

    I just ordered a stealth dropper and am trying to figure out best way to run the remote (cable-actuated); any suggestions?
    -Ed

    My Internal dropper cable exits the seat tube In the back right next to the front derailleur mount, about 1.7" above the bottom bracket cylinder.
    The hole Is an elongated oval about 15mm on the vertical. then the cable goes right up in the frame tube (It's open at the bottom) to come out on the right side exit hole..
    I did a dropper on my Spark with the cable mounted externally. was a PIA and rubbed several places on the frame. I had to stick frame protector tape in about five places and It wore out fast..

    If It was me I'd dremel that hole, smooth it out, order the exit grommet for the top from Scott,, what a $4 part?, The one made for two cables and run the thing Internally..

    Remember, If u run It externally check carefully how and where the cable moves when the seat Is at max drop while bouncing down a steep drop In.
    Mine hit the tire,
    re set it,
    then It rattled on the seat tube,
    re set it,
    then It bound up at the bottom,
    re set it,
    got It right eventually,
    made It quiet but hated that visible slack behind me when the seat was down.

    Let me get a few photos up....

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  • 11-17-2016
    bavass
    1 Attachment(s)
    Scott Scale 945
  • 11-27-2016
    poynt
    has anyone run their rear brake internally, I don't like the external run on the underside of the downtube and chainstay and the amount of twisting of the housing is needed to reach my rear caliper. I have a Scale Premium frame.
    Would it be Ok to put a new exit port on the top of the chainstay and run it internally from the front mech port (open up the cable stop to acept a continuous cable housing) on the headtube (not needed as running 1x11)