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    My 2014 Specialized Stumpy FSR EVO 29

    Just finished building this bad boy. I'll be breaking it in tomorrow. It's set up as 1x10 with a 30 tooth narrow wide chain ring. I don't know the weight, but my guess is around 27 lbs.

    Here's my build:

    Frame: Stumpy FSR EVO 29er size medium 135mm
    Fork: RS Pike RCT 3 140mm
    Stem: Currently a 3T, but will be replaced with a Enve once I figure out what length I'm comfortable with
    Handlebar: Enve Sweep Bar 740mm
    Grips: ESI
    Brakes: XT
    Shifter: XT
    Cranks: XTR 1x10
    Chain Ring: Sram XX1 30 Tooth
    Cassette: XTR
    Rear Derailleur: XTR
    Bottom Bracket: Praxis w/ Enduro Bearings
    Seatpost: Specialized Blacklite w/ internal routing
    Seat: Specialized Henge
    Pedals: XTR
    Wheels: Chris King hubs laced with DT spokes to Stan's rims.
    Tires: Schwalbe but soon to be replaced with Specialized Ground Control on the rear and a Purgatory on the front.
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    2011 Specialized Epic S-Works 29er

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    That's a good looking bike fosho! Iam about to put a 150mm on the front of my stumpjumper. I have a 140 talas now.
    "It Is What It Is" Phil 4:13
    B-Ray Da Beast

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    Do yourself a favor and get a Pike. I was a long time Fox user until giving this fork a try. One word.......Unfreaking Believeable.....Ok, so maybe two words.

    The things I noticed that were better than a Fox. It's feels stiffer, smoother, doesn't sit high, loads of adjustments, and if looks could kill, this fork would.
    2011 Specialized Epic S-Works 29er

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    orange and grey is such a awesome colour combo...
    that looks lovely...
    wot no picture build thread? oh well
    will need to see some trail pics from your break in ride then!

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    My 2014 Specialized Stumpy FSR EVO 29

    Sweet setup! I've got a '13 comp and love it. If you've run the specialized tires and like them, cool. I wasn't happy with them. I'm 195 kitted out and found the rear rolled under a bit too much while cornering and didn't have the sidewall firmness I liked from schwalbe or continental.

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    Sweet rig. Mine should be ready to roll on Monday. - just waiting on one part that is going to deliver on Monday afternoon.

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    Looks awesome. I had my eye on that frame color but the complete bike with black frame ended up being my only option due to budget.

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