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    MassiveAttack
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    Enduro SL Sizing... adjustments?

    I've recently picked up the enduro sl after riding a nomad & blur.... and am having a hard time coming to grips with getting into position when going downhill. The rig feels tight and somewhat difficult to angle given the I don't have enough room to extend my arms and body back. I'm 5'11 and went with a medium size frame and suspect that I may have gotten the wrong size.

    Is there anything I can do to maybe adjust, to accommodate my riding style and height? possibly raise the forks or extend the stem size, get longer bars or anything I can do with the rear??

    Thanks in advance.

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    DSG
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    Your frame does seem a little on the small side. I'm the same height as you and run a large.

    There is no real substitute for the correct frame size, but do you have a Thomson laid back seat post? That would shift you back a little and give you more room?

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    Shock should be in DH position.

    I have a 100mm stem I will swap for your 80mm if you want to.

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