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    2010 SJ FSR Expert

    I replaced my 2007 SJ Elite finally with the 2010 version. I actually bought the frame, hence the different colour and used & upgraded parts from my prv bike. Also moved up from frame size S to M.
    The aim was not to have the lightest bike possible (weighs in at 11.5-11.7 kg depending on the tire choice), but to have something of both worlds...lightness and control.
    Only thing missing is a 2011 Fox Talas FIT RLC....

    Spesh Istanbul
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    and some more pics...
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    Looks really good, and you have swapped some nice parts over. How are you finding it over the 2007?

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    Hi...to be honest, the 2007 Stumpy was (and still is) a top class "do-it-all" ride. Only fault maybe was the light front end, especially on technical steep climbs. That was also partly solved as I had upgraded to a RP23 rear shock.
    2010 impressions - the brain works! The setup is another issue, and I am still playing around, but the shock needs more psi pressure than advised. Its a pain/shame that you can't adjust on the fly though. I wouldnt have bought it if Fox wouldnt be back. The geometry fits me perfect as I am btw a S and M size frame, and the 2010 M size is kinda in between I would say...not a real size M.

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    Pimped my rig

    New colour job and parts, Roval Trail SL wheels, same M5 frame...
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    ...and last picture with its stable mate
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