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  1. #1
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    E13 DRS on an enduro 150?

    Anyone running one of these on your 05 enduro. How's the fit?
    Looking at the e13 fit list it says "Mount using BB flange only - OK to trim inner wearplate to get a little better rotation"
    WTF does that mean? Is it not compatable with the ISCG mounts?
    Any ideas?

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    hey ghero -
    The DRS backplate comes with ISCG holes in it to mount up to a frame (most of them, anyways). Don't bother using these holes or the provided bolts, just sandwich the backplate between the BB shell and the Flange of the BB cup. You will have very little room to play with when it comes to proper rotation of the entire system for two reasons:
    1 - the present ISCG tabs on the frame will hinder the rotational range and....
    2 - the lower wearplates stick off the back of the backplate and will most likely contact the chainstay, so you may need to trim these down a little to get them to clear the chainstay.

    Hope this helps,

    Regards,
    Jonas
    support@e13components.com
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    it works great, i just had to grind down the inside of the plate to accomodate the iscg holes, which are useless in this application, unfortunately.
    Stop being so pissed and save your energy for the ride

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