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    Wink 1 VERY CUSTOM Enduro PRO.








    05 Enduro Pro size Small

    Custom 6 way swinger.
    (WILL HAVE CUSTOM black swinger 4 way later on)
    Ti 500lbs 8.75 spring
    CK headset
    Travis 150mm SC
    Hope 6ti Front 4mono Rear 183mm 203mm
    Syncros Mental Pedals
    Deity Grey 06 Package www.Deitycomponents.com
    Bar, Stem, Cranks, Sprocket, Seat, Seatclamp
    Mavic 729 on Chris King black pearl Hubs
    PG970 Sram Road cassette 13-23
    XO trigger Shifter XO Short cage Derailer (Med shown)
    PC991 Chain
    Maxxis Minnon Front and Rear Tires 2.5 60A (orange stripe removed)
    MRP 06 Mini Me Chainguide Orange Rollers Changed to black. (34T)
    ROUGE Grips.

    40lbs!

    built ONLY for whistler A line and Dirt Murch super fast trickable bike

    Enjoy the pics there will be lots!


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    Absolutely clean and real build. I sure as hell would rock that bike man.
    nice work and enjoy (just be sure to post pics of you "enjoying")
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    Wow

    That's a very very clean build + a nice color combo.
    But it's 40lbs... I expected it to be a little lighter with your components (Ti, CK, X-0, etc) ?

    How do you put air in your Swinger ?
    Do you have to remove the shock to the get the pumphose on the shock-valve ??

    Have fun

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    it has a 90 degree air vavle.. 40lbs i think is good.. the fork is pretty heavy.. but strong same with pedals and cranks. Just think of weight without the weight saving parts xo CK ect...

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    put'r on a diet! nice ride... I'd keep that color scheme even if it isn't your ideal color, it's just different... I don't think anyone else's will look quite like that....

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    Very nice build!

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    Lordy!

    That is a NICE build! I'm surprised by the weight as well. I think the stock Enduro Pros come in around 37.

    As far as the shock goes, I gonna say it looks like the best solution for the Enduro coil/air dilema. How much rear travel are you getting?
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    I will be getting 6.6 after the 4way the fork is heavy and tires are heavy but burly thats prob where the weight is.. rest of the stuff is pretty light compared to others

    it looks very sexy i must say cant wait to take it on a trail.

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    is that the 4 way or 6 way? it fits on the enduro? is it costume? how much and where to get it with the 90degree valuve?

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    I get it

    It's the weight that makes you brothus to the north baddass riders, isn't it?.
    Funny, I was reading the last issue of MBA about running road cassettes on a mountain bike. They said , "While shifting is precise and quick, gear ratio isn't ideal for this type of riding." Or something like that....

    Quote Originally Posted by RosscoFat
    I will be getting 6.6 after the 4way the fork is heavy and tires are heavy but burly thats prob where the weight is.. rest of the stuff is pretty light compared to others

    it looks very sexy i must say cant wait to take it on a trail.
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    Awesome build Rossco !, burly looking Enduro. How much clearance is there between the shock link and the seat tube bridge on full compression, with the longer stroke shock 8.75' x 2.75' ? Also the rear shock eyelet, did you drill it out or change the eyelet to a 15mm I.D. ? , as the standard Swinger hardware i think is 12mm. Cheers

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    how much travel would you get with 2.75 stroke? never mind, it's 6.6 inches, but wouldn't that hit the bummerrang thing, like the link hit the frame?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digga
    Awesome build Rossco !, burly looking Enduro. How much clearance is there between the shock link and the seat tube bridge on full compression, with the longer stroke shock 8.75' x 2.75' ? Also the rear shock eyelet, did you drill it out or change the eyelet to a 15mm I.D. ? , as the standard Swinger hardware i think is 12mm. Cheers
    they take the end of the shock off of the stock 5th remote and install it on the swinger shock.the shaft size and thread pitch is the same for both shocks.

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    yes correct front brake installed now


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    thats one neat little machine.
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    everybody was dressed nice...I had shorts, Rogue T-shirt and sandles

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    sweet ride, best enduro i have seen to date! how do you like the travis? I am looking into 1.

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    I LOVE IT.

    so smooth stock spring usually arent stiff enought.. and i go to xfirm, this fork is so supple and responsive its amazing ill be goin prob to a firm insted of xfirm just due to how smooth this fork is its just amazing!

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    size?

    isn't that a size medium, i wa ssure the smalls had a curve in the top-tube maybe it's the sx trails only. anyways SICK ride man i absouletely love it, everything is pimp. I'm gettin the sx trail I 2006.

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    nope size small... haha im only 5'6

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    another little update got lil creative and more clean. barspin time.


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    How

    did you remove the orange stripes from the Tires ?

    Very nice bike, and great photos. Which lens do you use ?

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    i used a D50 with 1.8f 50mm Lens

    i removed them with a felt pen yes

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    The tall Travis really slacks the bike out nicely for high-speed whistler action. Looking good man.

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    I dont want it to. i want is super tight. and with my new rear shock the front end will b pushed even more up so its even steeper

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    where's the front rotor and caliper?

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