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    Help stumpy 120 .need septune info /setup

    HI i just built a s-works 120 frame up that arrived in the box this morning ...

    Problem is no warranty card and no shock manual can any one help i wana ride tommrow morning and have no idea where to start with this shock ..

    I weigh 12 stone + kit maybe 180 pounds ish ,,,any one no where i can download the manual foxes site sucks imo..

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    Check out Specialized.com

    You can download the Owner's Manual for the FSR 120 from the Specialized web site.

    http://www.specialized.com/bc/sbcfaq.jsp?a=b

    It's listed as 05_Stump_FSRxc_Tech_Manual.pdf but includes info on the FSR 120.

    While you're there, do a search on Septune to download the Fox Float Septune manual.

    Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Rider
    You can download the Owner's Manual for the FSR 120 from the Specialized web site.

    http://www.specialized.com/bc/sbcfaq.jsp?a=b

    It's listed as 05_Stump_FSRxc_Tech_Manual.pdf but includes info on the FSR 120.

    While you're there, do a search on Septune to download the Fox Float Septune manual.

    Good luck!
    Hey thanks for the link i have now got a starting point with my weight air ratio....


    Any idea where would be a good starting point with rebound adjuster, the terain is very wash board hard surface small 3"4" boulders and roots no big drops?

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    i set mine 2 clicks from minimum...but i like a fast rebound.

    Stu
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart B
    i set mine 2 clicks from minimum...but i like a fast rebound.

    Stu
    Hey i see you like the Devon /Dorset trails,,, me to iam from Axminster Area where are you?

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    Hi Fella

    I am in Dorchester...so Puddletown forest is on my doorstep.

    I like general trail riding, we might have to meet up at some point.

    Stu
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart B
    Hi Fella

    I am in Dorchester...so Puddletown forest is on my doorstep.

    I like general trail riding, we might have to meet up at some point.

    Stu
    Small world isn’t it … I love Pudletown, I fractured my spine there about 8 weeks ago drooping on to a ladder off the fire road, Just getting back into riding, I will do Pudletown soon now the Kids are back at school.

    the Stumpy is a replacement for my downhill bike as I think I better ease up a little look forward to seeing you there maybe.



    Alec.

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    sorry to hear about your accident.

    What spec have you built yours?

    mine is XT drive train, XTR r mech, pace rc41xcam forks, hayes magnesium brakes, eason bars thomson seat post, flite ti saddle, rolf dolomite wheels....

    bit of a mix and match hehe...bit like triggers broom...had it for years...its had 5 new heads and 4 new handles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart B
    sorry to hear about your accident.

    What spec have you built yours?

    mine is XT drive train, XTR r mech, pace rc41xcam forks, hayes magnesium brakes, eason bars thomson seat post, flite ti saddle, rolf dolomite wheels....

    bit of a mix and match hehe...bit like triggers broom...had it for years...its had 5 new heads and 4 new handles.

    Stu.
    Nice

    OK its a brand new S-works frame,mavic 321 rims, Kooka Hubs, Pace RC41 xcam forks.wtb rocket seat, Saint front brake, XT rear, Hollowtech XT cranks and Rings,sram rear der,sram cassete,(dont laugh) Sram X9 twist shifters.Avid Flaks.

    I havent even had the first ride yet

    Alec.

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    top taste in fork fella! mines about 2 months old.

    If we meet I will have to get a pic of our bikes together now hehe.

    I have a busy few weekends coming up, but after that I'd be up for meeting up.

    Stu
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    1st ride ...and oh boy did i do good, what a nice peice of kit the stumpy s-works frame is ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by mzungo101@yahoo.co.uk
    1st ride ...and oh boy did i do good, what a nice peice of kit the stumpy s-works frame is ..
    They are sweet. Just got in from a ride on portland with a few colleagues. the guy leading us said there was atechnical rocky climb coming up....just powered on through it...gobbled it up nice and easy.

    here mine while i was building her.


    What exactly is a rigid hard tail?

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