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  1. #1
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    Jun 2006

    2006 SWorks HT vs 2010 Stumpy HT

    Is it safe to assume that the 2006 SWorks frame is now basically 2010 Stumpy HT frame, i.e. technology has trickled down?

    2006 S-Works HT
    All new 06 M5 S-Works hardtail, M5-XX alloy with ORE DT & TT, fully manipulated TT, DT, SS, CS, forged and relieved HT and BB shell, Asymmetric Mono-stay seatstays, disc mount, cold forged dropouts, replaceable derailleur hanger, 2 water bottle mounts

    2010 Stumpy HT
    M5 fully manipulated alloy, curved TT, SS w/ disc brake mount

    Looking at an used 2006 SWorks but don't know if it's a worthwhile upgrade to my 2006 Stumpy HT.

  2. #2
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    Feb 2009
    This probally doesn't answer your question, but I went from a 2008 Stumpy Comp FSR to a 2008 Stumpy FSR S-Works. All I can say is wow, what a differance. Much lighter, quicker, climbs much better. I'm seeing a big differance in my riding.

    I rode the S-Works on a 10 mile loop I normally ride and was 10 minutes faster than I was on my comp. Corners faster and I can climb things I couldn't before.

    I was considering a 2011 SJ comp carbon but believe that the S-Works was the best choice...and about $600 less.

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