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    This is my new Spark 900-Premium 2013 model, bought as a frameset in December last year and then built up with Fox Forx and SRAM XX1.
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    Here is my Spark. 2013 Spark 940 mostly stock with some upgrades. It's been an awesome bike and I can't wait to get out on it this year.

    Upgrades:
    XT Brakes and Rotors
    XT Shifters
    XT Pedals
    XT Wheelset
    Maxxis Ardent EXO Tubeless Ready Tires (running tubeless)

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    I recently acquired this:


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    Here's my new build... 2012 Spark 29 RC frame with XX1, SID XX World Cup, XTR 987 brakes, DT Swiss XR1501 Splines (1500g alloy wheelset) and a full Ritchey WCS carbon cockpit with Selle Italia SLR XC saddle and Time ATAC XS carbon pedals. Total weight is 22.5lbs with 2oz of sealant in each tire, bottle cage and fully wrapped frame with 3M Clear Shield (180g).
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    Here's my newly built race bike... SRAM XX1, Shimano XTR 987 brakes, SID XX World Cup, DT Swiss XR 1501 Splines and Ritchey WCS carbon cockpit. 22.5lbs with 2oz of sealant in each tire, Bontrager RXL H2O bottle cage and fully-wrapped frame in 3M Clear Shield. DT Swiss shock being swapped out for a Rock Shox Monarch RT3 next week.
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    That fork lockout can be placed under the bar on the left...if you prefer that location (I did on mine).

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    Quote Originally Posted by brentos View Post
    That fork lockout can be placed under the bar on the left...if you prefer that location (I did on mine).
    Yeah, I was going to, but wanted to give the Twin-Loc lever a shot, but now that I'm swapping out that POS DT Swiss shock for a RS Monarch, I'll probably remove the remote completely and swap the fork lockout to the other side... until I change the damper to a regular Motion Control DNA with no lock-out. I'm oblivious to pedal bob obviously!
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    Newly acquired through extensive craigslist trolling.

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    2010 Spark 60.. needs a bit of TLC but more importantly its already been on a few trails as I start to get into Mountain biking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dantheman762 View Post
    Yeah, I was going to, but wanted to give the Twin-Loc lever a shot, but now that I'm swapping out that POS DT Swiss shock for a RS Monarch, I'll probably remove the remote completely and swap the fork lockout to the other side... until I change the damper to a regular Motion Control DNA with no lock-out. I'm oblivious to pedal bob obviously!
    I used both on the left at the same time.

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    Brentos I have 2 questions about the 2014 Scott Spark 900 SL

    Is the correct bb to run for sram cranks the Sram BB92 GXP pressfit ?

    Can I run 156q XX1 cranks or will only the 168q work on the Spark?

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    Yes, GXP Press-Fit is the correct crank/bb combo. You'll need the 168mm Q-factor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dantheman762 View Post
    Yes, GXP Press-Fit is the correct crank/bb combo. You'll need the 168mm Q-factor.
    Ok thanks Dan. Lets say that my supplier is out of 168 q factor xx1 cranks in 175mm. What else can I run?

    Can I run a PF30 bb and the Specialized S-works 2014 cranks? It doesnt seem like I can but I really like those cranks.

    Or maybe just XO1 11 speed cranks with a 94mm bcd single XO1 ring?


    Kind of confusing I dont know what to do I just dont want 170mm cranks in 168q factor but thats all I can find at the moment for xx1 thru my suppliers (not retail).

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    Quote Originally Posted by dream4est View Post
    Ok thanks Dan. Lets say that my supplier is out of 168 q factor xx1 cranks in 175mm. What else can I run?

    Can I run a PF30 bb and the Specialized S-works 2014 cranks? It doesnt seem like I can but I really like those cranks.

    Or maybe just XO1 11 speed cranks with a 94mm bcd single XO1 ring?


    Kind of confusing I dont know what to do I just dont want 170mm cranks in 168q factor but thats all I can find at the moment for xx1 thru my suppliers (not retail).
    PF30 will not work, X01 will be your most direct replacement.

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    Wife's New Bike.

    I'm jealous...

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    How about Race Face Next SL cranks with the bb92 bottom bracket? That seems like it would work and is the lightest crank around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dream4est View Post
    How about Race Face Next SL cranks with the bb92 bottom bracket? That seems like it would work and is the lightest crank around.
    18 pound Spark 29 build

    that is an hollowgram on a Spark SL frame.
    Min size is 131mm or the cranks will rub the frame on the non drive side.
    All I needed was to get Rotor bearings.

    You have a detailed list of parts on a previous post on that thread. See if that helps!

    The default axle works although it is not optimal for a Spark other than that its fine.

    Also the NEXT SL is def not the lightest...see my pictures!

    Hope you get some nice ideas on how to build your own spark man!

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    Well HolyPT I saw that build and really like it, but I am racing mine in the Tour Divide and Colorado Trail Race so I cant go there! I ended up with this so far as I decided to not wait for parts that may come too late:

    14 Spark 900SL with the stock cockpit stuff and Syncros Carbon Wheelset
    15 Fox 32 Float CTD
    Bonty XR1 tires
    XT pedals

    1x9 Drivetrain- XT 11/34 cassette plus X7 Shift/der with Race Face 32t NW chainring and Truvativ Noir Cranks 175mm

    Sram lock-on foam grips
    KMC 10sp SL chain

    23.2 lbs tubeless.
    About 35lb all dressed up for the Divide sans food and water and hoping to go lower.

    Its way lighter than I am used to for a bike so solid feeling. Like the slack trailbike feel in such a light bike. Got my bars all goofy high for the Divide and it still feels quick and wants to scoot forward on each pedal stroke. Cant wait to ride this thing again and again!

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    Congratz on the build man!
    Hope that most of all you enjoy it a lot. That is all I want from biking!

    Noir, don't see them for ages, dunno why people kinda stopped using them.
    23.2lbs is a nice weight, my build is focused on a somewhat "big" budget so there is no point on even comparing potatoes with tomatoes.

    Enjoy your trips and your ride!

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    Stealth Bomber Phase I

    My Scott Spark 700 SL. Bought the frame only and the rest of the parts are sort of mish-mash since I am waiting for the new XTR group to become available in August to swap them out (that'll be Phase II). It still rides great and FAST as-is though.

    Hoping to get it under 24 lbs when all is said and done, but given up on making it any lighter than that because I have to have decently beefy tires to ride in PNW. Rocket Rons just don't cut it.

    Without some pinks, the rig would have been totally murdered out.

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    I ended up at 23.7 lbs with dropper post and light seat clamp. WOW!
    35.88 lbs with all gear loaded for Tour Divide.

    I wish I would have had this bike last month in the AZT750. It would have just destroyed my Voodoo Canzo.

    Thanks to all who made this thread it's what got me to get a Spark not an Epic.


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    Re: Sparks...lets see em

    Picked up a 2013 930 on Ebay. It came upgraded with XT brakes, X9 shifters, and Satan's Arches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brentos View Post
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    I know this is an older post but I'm on the hunt for a new bike for my wife, too. Since she owns an older Spark already the newer model is a hot candidate. Unfortunately, nowhere to test ride anywhere near.

    Is this Spark size S ? How tall is your wife?
    What is the largest bottle that fits the frame?
    Is this a 910? And is this already the Fox Nude, I can't really make it out on the picture.

    Thanks!

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    So I've finally gotten a new shock for my 2011 Spark 60. I was skeptical for a while trying to get something that would work well with the high leverage ratio of the frame, not have remote actions, be reasonably priced, and not having it be a clashing color. I found a like new 2012 or 2013 Rockshox Monarch RT3 Cannondale Scalpel takeoff on eBay. I picked up the mounting hardware today, and started replacing the old shock in the parking lot of the hotel. Once I mounted it on and started playing with pressures, within about 15 minutes I have it really dialed in to how I want it to work and it feels great. It has 3 positions like a Fox CTD, and in the middle position the pedal bob is almost gone. With it fully open, it feels super plush and seems to manage the travel better than te DT Swiss M210.
    I'll be testing it pretty good over some trails in Durango, CO tomorrow and then Telluride later in the week.



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    very cool
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    Smile

    Recently I purchased this beauty as second hand, as you can see I'm one of those who still loves 26". I was looking for something more polivalent, coming from a Merida rigid. Well, actually I just kept frame and fork (until I have money to go for a complete fox suspension). Everything else have been removed and replaced with higher components to my needs. Love B&W bikes.





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    Well I rode the Spark 900 SL to a 27th place finish in Tour Divide. It rained and snowed the first 6 days straight. Bike parts failed left and right after that.
    It handled the brutal 2735 mile beatdown well. I needed a set of pulleys, front brake pads and new tires. Chain about to be replaced as I am going 1x10 with a E13 42t conversion cog in a few days and a new 1070 Sram cassette and x.7 10 speed shifter

    I saw other bikes break in the race. A '14 Sworks Epic in only 8 days. The Spark feels new after light cleaning. No pivot maintenance it needed a little pivot tightening but thats about it. Shock still good lost some air each day maybe 5-10psi but never made funny noises and 3 positions all still work correctly. Fox Fork is still butter smooth and lost zero air. I rode locked out a lot but no damage to anything. Wheels are solid and still dead true (Syncros XR1.0). DtSwiss 240 hubs held even after riding through high water on day 2 extensively. Wheelset is sick really makes one a better rider.

    The Spark 900SL with Nude shock is an amazing bike. It climbs like a hardtail, has many settings if you dont hook up fork to twin loc (9 vs. 3) and really goes so fast downhill I got into trouble a few times. I almost felt bad (trying to) destroy it in TD. But it acts like I did nothing to it.

    Scott also went the extra mile to get me the frame, wheels and cockpit before TD. Thanks.

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    Bravo for that Spark! Congrats!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dream4est View Post
    Well I rode the Spark 900 SL to a 27th place finish in Tour Divide. It rained and snowed the first 6 days straight. Bike parts failed left and right after that.
    It handled the brutal 2735 mile beatdown well. I needed a set of pulleys, front brake pads and new tires. Chain about to be replaced as I am going 1x10 with a E13 42t conversion cog in a few days and a new 1070 Sram cassette and x.7 10 speed shifter

    I saw other bikes break in the race. A '14 Sworks Epic in only 8 days. The Spark feels new after light cleaning. No pivot maintenance it needed a little pivot tightening but thats about it. Shock still good lost some air each day maybe 5-10psi but never made funny noises and 3 positions all still work correctly. Fox Fork is still butter smooth and lost zero air. I rode locked out a lot but no damage to anything. Wheels are solid and still dead true (Syncros XR1.0). DtSwiss 240 hubs held even after riding through high water on day 2 extensively. Wheelset is sick really makes one a better rider.

    The Spark 900SL with Nude shock is an amazing bike. It climbs like a hardtail, has many settings if you dont hook up fork to twin loc (9 vs. 3) and really goes so fast downhill I got into trouble a few times. I almost felt bad (trying to) destroy it in TD. But it acts like I did nothing to it.

    Scott also went the extra mile to get me the frame, wheels and cockpit before TD. Thanks.
    Do you have a blog or something showing a report/setup/pics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by quax View Post
    I know this is an older post but I'm on the hunt for a new bike for my wife, too. Since she owns an older Spark already the newer model is a hot candidate. Unfortunately, nowhere to test ride anywhere near.

    Is this Spark size S ? How tall is your wife?
    What is the largest bottle that fits the frame?
    Is this a 910? And is this already the Fox Nude, I can't really make it out on the picture.

    Thanks!
    It's a medium and she is 5'9". Great fit for her and she rips on this thing. Big improvement over her old Blur XC alloy. It will fit any bottle, but the larger ones have some interference with the shock controls on entry. Yes, it's a 910, with a Fox Nude.

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    Cool-blue Rhythm Ride It like you stole it !

    I don't polish it I wash it now and then and yeah that's puke juice on the top tube.
    It was a great ride :P

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    2013 Spark 940 - bought late in 2013 on clearance, saved a TON of cash
    Stans Arch EX - tubeless
    Race Face Narrow wide 1x10 conversion
    Race Face Next Carbon bars
    ESI Grips
    Thomson seatpost
    Specialized seat
    Rocket Ron out front, Spec Fast Track out back
    Seriously considering a rear shock upgrade. Otherwise love this bike.

    Here she is on the Peaks Trail between Breckenridge and Frisco CO
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    Quote Originally Posted by Osco View Post
    I don't polish it I wash it now and then and yeah that's puke juice on the top tube.
    It was a great ride :P

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    Just bought this 730 and I have only had a few rides on it but I love it already. I thought my old Kona hardtail climbed well but this is even better.
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    Nice! I moss riding mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by zephxiii View Post
    How's that X-Fusion O2 ride?
    Just fine, for me, I don't need bells n whistle's
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    Sparks...lets see em



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    I'll play. Here's my new baby:

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    2014 Spark 900 SL, XL. Basically stock, save for XTR crankset, XT rear mech, shifter, 11-36T cassette, trail pedals, KMC X10SL chain, Wolf Tooth 32T chainring, in a 1x10 setup, instead of the stock XX1 drivetrain.

    Third ride was this weekend's 13th Annual Tour de Felasco, an off-road 50 / 62.5. The only weak link is the engine ( me ) .

    Almost feels like cheating.

    BTW, per Scott's geometry and sizing charts, they recommend a Large for my height. Large would have been way too small for me. The guy from twentynineinches.com who tested the Spark 910 found this as well, so it's not just me. But then, for a road bike, Scott suggests a Large / 56, but based on TT length, I need an XL / 58.
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    That looks sweet. Love the black too!
    I just got a large '15 900rc. I'm 5'11.5." numbers seems right for me.
    How tall are you?

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    Thanks, Stew! It's the Spinal Tap / "None more black" edition.

    I'm 6' 1" / 185cm, which, per their charts, should put me square in the middle of their range for a Large. But I also have monkey arms, and a 35" inseam.

    I could do a Large, but I'd be showing a lot of seatpost, need a riser stem and / or bar.

    The bent seat tube skews the ETT measurement, IMHO. That's a pretty critical measurement, for me, at least.

    I'm sure you'll be great on your large. You're probably also younger, more flexible, and in better shape than me.

    Regardless, I freaking love this thing! Surprised how much I used the TwinLoc last weekend, more than I expected to.

    Still have it in the low position, which seems to handle fast enough for me. As the 50-miler wore on and I wore out, I wasn't wishing for quicker steering. Maybe after I've had more miles and chamois time with it, my attitude will change.

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    I agree with the bent seat tube thing. The ETT measurement was similar to my old bike, so I thought large would be the closest. Looking forward to racing this thing. Worried about missing the brain on my Epic. That had no movement during standing sprints, but was plush on tech stuff, with no manual adjustments needed. The RC is quite a bit lighter than the Epic expert though.

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    Hey all , some lovely bikes there !

    Here's my 2014 RC which is now sold .

    Plus my 2015 720 which is beautiful !

    2015 RC due soon !
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    Slick RC. I was offered a deal on a '14 RC, but I wanted a more subtle paintjob and carbon wheels stock. If I were younger and/or faster, I'd have been happy on the RC.

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    Sparks...lets see em-image.jpg

    Some changes to my 2011. New WTB Strykers I put on this weekend with Kenda Nevegals set up tubeless. Also added a new reverb dropper post. Also bumped the fork back down to 120mm now that I'm not riding in the mountains. Super fun bike still.

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    Sparks...lets see em

    My new 2015 Spark 910, exceeded my expectations


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    Quote Originally Posted by iKevinT View Post
    My new 2015 Spark 910, exceeded my expectations

    I'm guessing it's a large? I can't use a water bottle on my medium, shock is too close.

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    Sparks...lets see em

    Actually, XL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulsmith55 View Post
    I'm guessing it's a large? I can't use a water bottle on my medium, shock is too close.
    I have med 900sl 2015 and I found a side load cage and a normal size water bottle fits well!

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    15 900sl

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    Came from 12 sworks epic. This bike is amazing! Love it so far. Can't wait to race it. It is a med.

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    IMG_5824.JPG Got this last week

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