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    My New 2012 Stumpjumper Expert Carbon EVO

    Hey guys, I just got my new EVO the other day. Here are some picture I took before I get it dirty! So far it feels a lot better than my old EVO, can't wait for my broken arm to heal and hit the trails!















    You can see the rest of the photos here: SJ Carbon EVO - a set on Flickr

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    Looks sweet! Interesting singlehanded double brake thing you have going on there, can you explain?
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    That is a sick bike. What do you like better on the 2012 than the 2011? I am looking at either getting a stumpy evo or enduro..

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    Beautiful bike man, I saw this sitting at my LBS and just stood there and blankly starred for minutes on end. Formula brakes, kashima shock. The whole build is sick.

    Are you the guy with something wrong with your left hand? I remember someone else posting up a bike a while back on here with both levers on one side because he had issues with his left hand. Just curious if your that same person.
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    again,live pics for this 2012 line looks a lot better than Specialized web pics. Amazing bike man,enjoy !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsefreeflow View Post
    Looks sweet! Interesting singlehanded double brake thing you have going on there, can you explain?
    He says in the OP he has a broken arm.

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    sweet ride man! I love the new stumpy evo, it puts a smile on my face every ride! Its a shredder for sure!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsefreeflow View Post
    Looks sweet! Interesting singlehanded double brake thing you have going on there, can you explain?
    Quote Originally Posted by camarosam
    Are you the guy with something wrong with your left hand? I remember someone else posting up a bike a while back on here with both levers on one side because he had issues with his left hand. Just curious if your that same person.
    Cam is right, I have an issue with my left arm which limits my use of my fingers, it's hard enough holding on let alone braking.

    Quote Originally Posted by ggilings
    That is a sick bike. What do you like better on the 2012 than the 2011?
    The wheels are better, double engagement points than last year and the hub sounds a lot better. The rear feels stiffer and the suspension feels smoother. The bike is about 1.5 lighter and the tires are bigger, 2.3 front 2.2 rear compared to 2.2 front 2.0 rear. The brakes are definitely better as well!

    Quote Originally Posted by drew and not u
    He says in the OP he has a broken arm.
    Sadly I broke my good arm (right) in a pretty bad downhill accident (hit a tree)

    Thanks for all the comments on the bike, the bike is amazing!

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    Thx for the pics! Definitely look better than the specialized web pics.

    I get mine Monday.... Cant wait!!

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    i love the colors, looks so crisp. Enjoy those pics before u go beat it up

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    I've now noticed your nice and chunky ODI's. I guess it's time for me to move on from Spesh lousy handles...

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    I took it for a ride at the trail close to my house and it feels a lot better than the older EVO which I didn't think was possible! Everything just felt smoother!

    Quote Originally Posted by Devastazione
    I've now noticed your nice and chunky ODI's. I guess it's time for me to move on from Spesh lousy handles...
    Switching to the ODI / Oury Lock-OIn Grips was the first thing I did, the grips that come stock on the bike suck big time. Specialized makes a grip that is similar to the Oury but doesn't come stock on this bike, which I think it should.

    Quote Originally Posted by mattyj
    Thx for the pics! Definitely look better than the specialized web pics.

    I get mine Monday.... Cant wait!!
    I know how you feel, the wait is hard but worth it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoppellStereo View Post
    Cam is right, I have an issue with my left arm which limits my use of my fingers, it's hard enough holding on let alone braking.
    The bike looks good.

    If you have problems with your left arm there are a few things to consider which might help when riding.

    A standard round handlebar grip has a few disadvantages because it relies entirely on your grip strength to keep your hand in place. A handlebar grip with a flange on the outer end makes it less likely that your weak left hand will slip off as the flange will keep it on the grip.

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    An ergonomic grip (such as the Ergon and Specialized Contour models) will also help you keep your left hand on the grip. The wider support wing section as the grip flares out means that unless you release your thumb your hand will stay securely in place without slipping outwards. The support wing could also be useful as a way of making sure that if your grip is weak your left hand won't unintentionally rotate around the grip.

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    If you have problems with controlling the bike then something like a Hopey steering damper might be worth looking at. It should help improve the bike's stability and make it easier to control in bumpy sections.

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    For the dual brakes you can also get thumb brake levers. It could be an option for your rear brake, although might be a bit tricky to fit around your bike's gear shifters.

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    Thanks for the info! I'll have to check in on those things, that steering damper seems like it might help a lot.

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    If I was buying another specialized right now that would definitely be the one. So sick looking, no brains, and one of the best parts specs they've ever done on a stumpy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 92gli View Post
    If I was buying another specialized right now that would definitely be the one. So sick looking, no brains, and one of the best parts specs they've ever done on a stumpy.
    Agreed---except I wish it came with a Talas. That slack head angle seems to beg for one.

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    Hi,

    What size frame is it?

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    Hey CoppellStereo, can you talk a little bit about the bike? How does it ride? How does it climb considering 150mm in front? Any issues whatsoever ?

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    Oh! So Nice. Cant decide. If i Will order tis one or the enduro expert carbon. Any good advice? Live in sweden. Want to try some bikparks. Light dh.

    What size is ut? Weight?

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    Fortet one thing. I normally ride ordinary trail in the Woods and in swedish moutains that is nit soo big

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo-ST View Post
    Hey CoppellStereo, can you talk a little bit about the bike? How does it ride? How does it climb considering 150mm in front? Any issues whatsoever ?
    It rides awesome, you do notice the 150mm fork and the head angle on steep climbs, but nothing you can't overcome by scooting forward on your saddle some. This is the most amazing bike I've ridden so don't let this deter you from getting it. Also it comes with a Performance Fox and not the Factory as the website states.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fjällman View Post
    Oh! So Nice. Cant decide. If i Will order tis one or the enduro expert carbon. Any good advice? Live in sweden. Want to try some bikparks. Light dh.

    What size is ut? Weight?
    This bike is a medium and weighs around 27 with platform pedals, Garmin 800 plus cadence and water bottle cage.

    This is a true do it all bike, it can go up hill just as well as it can go downhill. The Enduro is more for going down and not as much as going uphill. The suspension on the Enduro is pretty soft and doesn't climb as well as the Stumpjumper. I'd definitely get the Stumpjumper.

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    Ok yes i thinking i Will order one tis week, can buy it for ā very okej price. How tall are you on ā medium?

    Okej so ā fox performance form then

    I AM 5.97 feet. Maybe large for me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fjällman View Post
    Ok yes i thinking i Will order one tis week, can buy it for ā very okej price. How tall are you on ā medium?

    Okej so ā fox performance form then

    I AM 5.97 feet. Maybe large for me?
    I'm the same height as you, medium will be perfect. I have the drop seatpost as far down in the frame as it can go and the seat height is just right, the large frame might be too big to use the full 125mm of travel of the seatpost.

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    Okej, very different with sizing. Many with our heigt is also on large. Maybe have to try find ā dekaler with m and l in stock. May be hard

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoppellStereo View Post
    Also it comes with a Performance Fox and not the Factory as the website states.
    Huh?
    The only Performance Fox in diameter 32 is Talas (not produced in 150mm, only 140 and 160) and Float is on your bike, which is Factory...
    Correct me if I'm wrong.

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    Ya awesome bike, and mine has 150 performance fox fork to, but I'll be getting my new for this week. Putting on the fit rlc 150 with kashima coating. Bike is amazing, it's crazy how much faster I ride on this thing compared to the 2011 enduro pro I traded in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcjonessnp175 View Post
    Ya awesome bike, and mine has 150 performance fox fork to, but I'll be getting my new for this week. Putting on the fit rlc 150 with kashima coating. Bike is amazing, it's crazy how much faster I ride on this thing compared to the 2011 enduro pro I traded in.
    I also sold my Enduro Comp, it was too difficult to pedal for me.
    Hoping Stumpy will be better? Maybe you could share some details since you know it first hand?

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    Well to start off, you'll immediately feel how much more responsive this bike is compared to our enduro's. Add the shorter chainstay and overall length this thing is awesome in tight single track. I rode this in Anglers Ridge in Daneville NC some sweet singletrack and has some good amount of climbing. Bike was rock solid, one thing i noticed is you can stand up and hammer this thing up hills with ease.
    Now that im back to colorado in the springs, i can say that this thing loves going down fast. Im allot faster on this bike on the rough and fast downhills. The bike rips through corners, its amazing like a lazer beam for me Lol. On the long climbs here its great, sure not like my neighbors 20lb 29ner race machine, but for what this bike is its day and night difference compared to the enduro pro i was riding.
    You will love this bike and be very happy in getting rid of the enduro. This bike is by far the most fun and responsive bike ive had and totally do "anything" bike.

    Anything else just ask, oh and the auto sag is awesome, for me it has set the rear end perfectly and i weigh just under 185 lbs with all the camelback and riding gear on.


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    Wow thanks!
    I'd like to ask everything but not sure where to begin. Also I don't think it's polite to talk offtopic in Coppell's topic, so Coppell sorry about that
    What model do you have and how tall are you?
    I'm having issues choosing the right size because I'm right between L and XL (6'2", 165lbs without gear). Most advise L but I don't know because there's no Spec store anywhere near my town so I'll have to travel 400km just to sit on a bike and say "that's the size I want"
    I don't have money for expert carbon evo like Coppell's, so I'll pick up Comp Evo. I think it'll be a decent bike coming off of Enduro

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    Ya sorry if this is thread hijack but this bike rocks. Im 5'8 and ride a medium, fits like a glove. This bike has a very aggressive feel in regards to its fit and feels great. I would suggest you go Large.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo-ST View Post
    Wow thanks!
    I'd like to ask everything but not sure where to begin. Also I don't think it's polite to talk offtopic in Coppell's topic, so Coppell sorry about that

    Don't worry about it!

    The Comp EVO is pretty sick as well, you can't go wrong with it! I can't afford 2 of the Carbon's but I love it so much I might have to upgrade my wife from her Camber Pro to the Comp EVO!

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    I forgot to add i also have the Carbon Expert EVO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo-ST View Post
    Huh?
    The only Performance Fox in diameter 32 is Talas (not produced in 150mm, only 140 and 160) and Float is on your bike, which is Factory...
    Correct me if I'm wrong.
    you are wrong, the fork that actually comes on the bike is a 150 FIT RL FLOAT Performance. Would be nice if it was a Factory but it's not.

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    Strange, I was looking at Fox website for Performance Float 150 and couldn't find it, only Talas...
    Are you happy with it? Wonder how it compares to Revelation RL that comes on Comp EVO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcjonessnp175 View Post
    Well to start off, you'll immediately feel how much more responsive this bike is compared to our enduro's. Add the shorter chainstay and overall length this thing is awesome in tight single track. I rode this in Anglers Ridge in Daneville NC some sweet singletrack and has some good amount of climbing. Bike was rock solid, one thing i noticed is you can stand up and hammer this thing up hills with ease.
    Now that im back to colorado in the springs, i can say that this thing loves going down fast. Im allot faster on this bike on the rough and fast downhills. The bike rips through corners, its amazing like a lazer beam for me Lol. On the long climbs here its great, sure not like my neighbors 20lb 29ner race machine, but for what this bike is its day and night difference compared to the enduro pro i was riding.
    You will love this bike and be very happy in getting rid of the enduro. This bike is by far the most fun and responsive bike ive had and totally do "anything" bike.

    Anything else just ask, oh and the auto sag is awesome, for me it has set the rear end perfectly and i weigh just under 185 lbs with all the camelback and riding gear on.

    Amazing, I came to the exact same conclusion. I didn't ride an Enduro, but I was on a Pitch which has very similar characteristics as the Enduro. The responsiveness and carving ability is sweet. Hopefully our weather here turns better soon and I can really put it through some more interesting trails in my area.

    About the fork: It is one of those OEM deals that Specialized comes up with for their bikes. They just took the lower end Performance model and stuck a FiT damper in it. I did the same thing looking for the fork on Fox's website and noticed it wasn't available. Too bad Specialized said it was coming with a Fox Factory fork. That would have been sweet. So far, I haven't been too impressed with the fork. I can't fault it as it isn't one of Fox's high end forks. Honestly, I would have preferred if Specialized would have downgraded some of the other components on the bike and put a Factory Fox on it. I don't like the fully open or completely locked out setting on the fork. That doesn't work well for me. I took off the fork after 2 rides and replaced it with my RS Revelation RLT Ti. The bike feels much better now, but I can't compare the two forks properly since it is a high-end RS vs. a mid-level Fox. To answer Neo-ST's question, I would have preferred the RS Revelation RL on the comp. I bet it works just as good as the Fox RL, plus, the RS is much cheaper to upgrade the damper to something better.

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    I don't think one would need to upgrade the Revelation since it already has decent DNA Motion control inside, but we'll see...

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    Question to those who were riding the 2010-2012 Enduros:

    I have a hard time bunnyhopping and pulling manuals quickly on my enduro. I can, but again its not quick. I feel like I need to really preload the suspension way before I want to hop. In tight singletrack this became annoying.

    I was coming off a 2006 Heckler and really noticed how the enduro was not responsive in this regard.

    My question is, does the EVO feel better in this regard? Can you just pop back and hop quickly? Does it want to manual better than the Enduro?
    It looks like the head angle is only .5 degree less and 10mm less travel...?

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    In my experience, yes this bike is much more responsive and you can easily manipulate it compared to the enduro I had. Almost feels to light and responsive at times for a 6 inch bike but puts a big smile on your face.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcjonessnp175 View Post
    in my experience, yes this bike is much more responsive and you can easily manipulate it compared to the enduro i had. Almost feels to light and responsive at times for a 6 inch bike but puts a big smile on your face.
    +1. It is easier to manipulate than the enduro. Fun bike

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    Ok i very near to order know is it with the extra money over comp evo? Also checkin the non evo model cant choose .

    Like Said. 5' 11 1/2" heigt. And 33 1/2" leg lengt. Tested ā camber today in large Only My lbs hade in stock was ok. Maybe little streched How is geometri beteende camber and fsr stumpys.

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    Question to those who were riding the 2010-2012 Enduros:

    I have a hard time bunnyhopping and pulling manuals quickly on my enduro. I can, but again its not quick. I feel like I need to really preload the suspension way before I want to hop. In tight singletrack this became annoying.
    Try adjusting your rebound on your shocks. I had the same problem on my Stumpy Comp and by increasing the rebound speed it made a big difference.
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    Hows the Comp evo ride? I have an 08 Heckler and thinking about getting SJ?
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    los5- Bike before the Enduro was a 06 Heckler. I really loved the short chainstays on that bike. Was really flickable. The Enduro had a huge wheelbase and was not easily manipulated.

    I've had about 2 weeks on a comp EVO and just like everyone thats riding them; i really love it.

    its way lighter than my previous 3 bikes. i weighed at shop scale when i had enduro there also-
    SJ Comp EVO: 27.4lbs
    2010 Enduro: 31.7lbs
    (no pedals on either)

    the comp EVO bunnyhops really easily and can be quickly thrown in whatever direction you want. the front end is insanely light compared to my previous bikes(ymmv).

    ive had limited time with the EVO on wide open, downhill trails. the small amt ive done confirms that it does not feel nearly as 'cadillac' as the enduro did.

    the most time ive had with it is on rolling, super tight, mildly technical single track. and its pretty amazing. coming from an enduro and a heckler i feel like im riding a XC style bike.

    what do i not like about it? the fork and/or head tube geometry causes significant pedal bob (front fork) for me when standing. but only when standing and really pushing.
    otherwise the stock fork feels pretty damn good. (just not standing and pedaling).

    so in conclusion... go for it! sick bike

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    My wife has the Comp EVO and loves it, she can bomb the rocky/technical downhills no problem. It's a big step up from her Camber Pro.

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    This article about riding a modified downhill bike using a thumb brake and steering damper for extra stability is worth looking at.

    Downhiller Tom Wheeler On Adapting To Life With One Hand - BikeRadar

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    My girlfriend loves the Comp EVO too =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgable View Post
    what do i not like about it? the fork and/or head tube geometry causes significant pedal bob (front fork) for me when standing. but only when standing and really pushing.
    otherwise the stock fork feels pretty damn good. (just not standing and pedaling).
    Highly recommend get yourself the Revelation WC Motion Control compression and rebound catridges. I upgraded my pike to it and no more bobbing / front end is much more composed at speed(I feel like the fork rides higher in the travel and doesn't dive as much as with the old setup)
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    Hi this is driving me nuts - I can not get hold of one in the UK Ive phoned every shop and spoke to specialzed UK but they got 15 in Medium , and that was it till next year , if anyone knows of a medium for sale in the UK let me know and I,ll buy it right now !!! - please dont send links to shops that advertise on line as having them in stock - I ve phoned them all and theyre all full of crap.

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    @Neo-ST Which one did you end up buying: L or XL?

    I'm in a similar situation as you were in. I got a good offer for a 2012 L and I'd like to gauge if it is worth the long car trip.

    Thanks!

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