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    Hey Guys,
    I will order my Frameset on Friday when my dealer comes back.
    What Headset could I use if I want to use a tapered fork?
    Should be light but tough ;-)
    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cubebiker View Post
    Hey Guys,
    I will order my Frameset on Friday when my dealer comes back.
    What Headset could I use if I want to use a tapered fork?
    Should be light but tough ;-)
    Thanks!
    The frameset should include a headset for a tapered fork. I'm not clear on the exact make/model though. Hopefully appling72 will be able to fill us in once his frame arrives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aappling72 View Post
    Did you go with the black/blue combo or red/black? I was surprised when I got the call. I wasn't expecting it until mid to late January.
    I just noticed you're in GA too. Which shop did you order your frame from? Also, what color did you go with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthernVelo View Post
    I just noticed you're in GA too. Which shop did you order your frame from? Also, what color did you go with?
    Roswell bikes. Ordered back in June. Red/black - Medium

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    Quote Originally Posted by aappling72 View Post
    Roswell bikes. Ordered back in June. Red/black - Medium
    Nice. P'Tree Buckhead here. Ordered in October.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthernVelo View Post
    Nice. P'Tree Buckhead here. Ordered in October.
    Cool!! We're close. Need to hook up and ride. PM me your info.

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    My S-Works, size L

    fork: Fox 34 Talas RC2
    shock: CCDB Air
    stem: Easton 35 Havoc
    bar: Easton Havoc Carbon
    grips: ODI Intense
    brakes: X.0 Trail Worldcup
    saddle: SLR Carbonio
    seatpost: Command Post
    clamp: Schraubwürger
    Antrieb: XX1 mit 32er KB
    wheekset: Roval Traversé SL tubeless
    tires: Purgatory / Butcher
    pedals: twenty6 Rallye, Stahlachse

    weight: 12,3 kg









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    Quote Originally Posted by san_andreas View Post
    My S-Works, size L

    fork: Fox 34 Talas RC2
    shock: CCDB Air
    stem: Easton 35 Havoc
    bar: Easton Havoc Carbon
    grips: ODI Intense
    brakes: X.0 Trail Worldcup
    saddle: SLR Carbonio
    seatpost: Command Post
    clamp: Schraubwürger
    Antrieb: XX1 mit 32er KB
    wheekset: Roval Traversé SL tubeless
    tires: Purgatory / Butcher
    pedals: twenty6 Rallye, Stahlachse

    weight: 12,3 kg
    Very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by san_andreas View Post
    My S-Works, size L

    fork: Fox 34 Talas RC2
    shock: CCDB Air
    stem: Easton 35 Havoc
    bar: Easton Havoc Carbon
    grips: ODI Intense
    brakes: X.0 Trail Worldcup
    saddle: SLR Carbonio
    seatpost: Command Post
    clamp: Schraubwürger
    Antrieb: XX1 mit 32er KB
    wheekset: Roval Traversé SL tubeless
    tires: Purgatory / Butcher
    pedals: twenty6 Rallye, Stahlachse

    weight: 12,3 kg

    Beautiful bike!! So glad mine is arriving Wednesday. Might need therapy if it was delayed again!:-).

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    Quote Originally Posted by aappling72 View Post
    May be interested in the wheels as a spare set to my Enves. PM a price in US Dollars.
    Annonces VTT : Roval Traverse SL 26" 142plus
    'Tentense...or Intenseman

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    Dam killer bike, I wish I could afford that! I must be in the wrong career field.

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    Finally Arrived!!!

    Quick phone pics of the long awaited day! I'll snap some better ones.

    Frame weight below:

    Medium S-Works Enduro w/rear DT Swiss Axle, seat clamp, and Cane Creek DB-Air - 6.64 lbs. This thing looks even better in person! Build pics to come!
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    very nice. I picked up mine yesterday and its missing the LSC lever on the DBAir. After seeing your frameset I am positive that specialized owes me a lever for my shock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthernVelo View Post
    very nice. I picked up mine yesterday and its missing the LSC lever on the DBAir. After seeing your frameset I am positive that specialized owes me a lever for my shock.
    Cool. I would say you may have better luck getting that from Cane Creek than Specialized. I would try both.

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    My shop, Cane Creek and Specialized have all been informed. I'll let you know what happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthernVelo View Post
    My shop, Cane Creek and Specialized have all been informed. I'll let you know what happens.
    Good. Stinks you didn't have it upon arrival. It will get resolved I'm sure. It's a cool feature. The CCDB coil and air has needed something like that. Glad they added it!

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    So does the frame come with headset and bottom bracket? My frame should be here next week!


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    The frame includes an FSA headset w/ split 1.5" base plate & white specialized cap. No bottom bracket or adapters included.

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    What's the rear wheel clearance like? Any chance of doing a 27.5" wheel conversion on this latest 2013 model?
    Not really doing much Ridin' or Diggin'

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    So for those of you with the bike and or frame, how's that db air shock working and overall ride impressions? Anybody coming from a stumpy evo expert have any comparisons? Can't wait for my frame and build up!


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    Quote Originally Posted by GlennW View Post
    What's the rear wheel clearance like? Any chance of doing a 27.5" wheel conversion on this latest 2013 model?
    Rear clearance w/ a 2.35" Hans Dampf mounted on a DT XM450 is approx 1cm.

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    I have never been a huge big S fan, but the new Enduro made me drool while in the bike shop. The geometry, travel, weight, etc is near perfect. I am envious of you guys! Can't wait for the ride reports!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthernVelo View Post
    Rear clearance w/ a 2.35" Hans Dampf mounted on a DT XM450 is approx 1cm.
    Thanks for the info.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dude! View Post
    I have never been a huge big S fan, but the new Enduro made me drool
    Agreed. I was looking at Mojo HD/SB66c/Nomad C options, but this S-Works Enduro really does look superb - the XX1, CCDB Air and carbon wheels are highly appealing.
    Not really doing much Ridin' or Diggin'

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    Build in Progress...

    Well here are couple more sneak peaks as the build progresses. Poor lighting = poor iphone photo. I will do a complete quality photo set after build is complete. So far this thing is beautiful. I have custom red Fox 34 decals going on the fork that is going to look killer. These are just a few shots of the progress.
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    Looks good. Let me know how the fork works out for you. Just installed a new Lyrik RC2L on mine. A few more parts and ill be ready to post some pics.

    Also, I spoke with Cane Creek customer service and they're sending me the missing LSC lever.

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