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    Brand of Ti Spring?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gawdodirt View Post
    I was in the same position you are. I had three options: pay $600 for the push tuned monarch, Push tune my rp2 or go coil. Going coil has been the best decision. If you can find a Xfusion vector or (if your lucky) a fox dhx that came off of a enduro evo, as well as the clavices, you will be happy. If your worried about weight, buy a titanium spring in the 8.5 x 2.35 size. You wont regret it!
    Sorry if this is obvious but coulnt find after multiple searches. Who makes the titanium spring that will fit 2011 Enduro Evo? (Fox DHX RC2, coil over w/piggy back 8.5 x 2.125", M:500). Any data on weight and performace difference? thx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedster View Post
    Sorry if this is obvious but coulnt find after multiple searches. Who makes the titanium spring that will fit 2011 Enduro Evo? (Fox DHX RC2, coil over w/piggy back 8.5 x 2.125", M:500). Any data on weight and performace difference? thx
    You don't need the spring to be 8.5 x 2.125. I am running a 8.5 x 2.35 spring. I don't know if you heard about the warranty issue with the enduro evo, but the spring Specialized orignally had on it was too big in diameter so it rubbed on the frame creating damage. I don't know if the titanium springs are bigger around in diameter than the new warranty replacements, because if they are they will rub. Ive seen an enduro posted with a Ttianium spring and i asked him where he got it, but i haven't gotten a response.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedster View Post
    Sorry if this is obvious but coulnt find after multiple searches. Who makes the titanium spring that will fit 2011 Enduro Evo? (Fox DHX RC2, coil over w/piggy back 8.5 x 2.125", M:500). Any data on weight and performace difference? thx
    According to the TF Tuned website, Manitou and Cane Creek springs fit Fox DHX shocks.
    Cane Creek has titanium springs (although only in 350x3 and 400x3)

    Cane Creek Titanium Springs - TF Tuned Shox

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gawdodirt View Post
    You don't need the spring to be 8.5 x 2.125. I am running a 8.5 x 2.35 spring. I don't know if you heard about the warranty issue with the enduro evo, but the spring Specialized orignally had on it was too big in diameter so it rubbed on the frame creating damage. I don't know if the titanium springs are bigger around in diameter than the new warranty replacements, because if they are they will rub. Ive seen an enduro posted with a Ttianium spring and i asked him where he got it, but i haven't gotten a response.
    I was not aware of the warranty issue. Where do I find more about this?

    As a starter I contacted Renton and here's what they said based on several questions (im very green on this topic) re the 11 Enduro Evo spring:

    "Renton offers a Ti spring to fit the Fox DHX, just not in a 2.125" stroke length.
    The shortest stroke length we offer is 2.500" (PN: SCT-138-057-0500).
    This spring is 5.700" long (uncompressed length). If your shock has enough clearance to fit a spring of that length, it will work.

    Fox lists the spring travel on the side of their springs. This measurement is slightly longer than the shock stroke length to allow for some preload.

    Spring rate does not change between spring materials. If you run a 500 steel spring, then you should run a 500 Ti spring."

    Claimed weight is 364g. I wonder what other brands fit and the weight of stock Fox spring is 500x2.35.
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    Anybody looking to sell their regular 10'-12' enduro shock links? Not the evo ones just the regular stock ones. PM me please if so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedster View Post
    I was not aware of the warranty issue. Where do I find more about this?

    As a starter I contacted Renton and here's what they said based on several questions (im very green on this topic) re the 11 Enduro Evo spring:

    "Renton offers a Ti spring to fit the Fox DHX, just not in a 2.125" stroke length.
    The shortest stroke length we offer is 2.500" (PN: SCT-138-057-0500).
    This spring is 5.700" long (uncompressed length). If your shock has enough clearance to fit a spring of that length, it will work.

    Fox lists the spring travel on the side of their springs. This measurement is slightly longer than the shock stroke length to allow for some preload.

    Spring rate does not change between spring materials. If you run a 500 steel spring, then you should run a 500 Ti spring."

    Claimed weight is 364g. I wonder what other brands fit and the weight of stock Fox spring is 500x2.35.
    Does the diameter of the titanium spring match the diameter of the steel enduro evo spring?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gawdodirt View Post
    Does the diameter of the titanium spring match the diameter of the steel enduro evo spring?
    Hi!
    Iīve an Specialized enduro elite ī06

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    My Spec Enduro ī06
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gawdodirt View Post
    Does the diameter of the titanium spring match the diameter of the steel enduro evo spring?
    I dont know. Was hoping more would reply but perhaps very few upgrate to Ti.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gawdodirt View Post
    What rear shock is that? Care to share were you got that titanium spring? Sweet enduro!
    Not my bike but thats a Marzocchi Roco. The coil in the picture may look like a TI coil, but marzocchi makes silver steel springs that look like TI.
    You were talking about ti coils and Ive been on here for about three years now and I've only seen maybe three Enduros with ti coil springs. All three of them were the 07-09 models.
    08 Enduro: '12 Van RC2, Push DHX 5 coil, Flow EX, Hope m4, 750mm bar, Blacklite Post.

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    So I decided to change the Marzocchi 66CR and put a Fox 180 Van R on it. About a pound less weight and can put the Fit RC2 cartridge in it as an upgrade if I feel the need to.

    Oh and in regards to putting a Ti spring on an Enduro, it would contact the frame amd rub due to clearance between the shock and the frame.
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    ^ Very nice build, loving the components and color combination.

    Ill have my Enduro fully built up by January hopefully, same black and white scheme as yours.
    08 Enduro: '12 Van RC2, Push DHX 5 coil, Flow EX, Hope m4, 750mm bar, Blacklite Post.

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    ANY BODY THAT HAS CONVERTED THEIR ENDURO TO EVO. I have a 2010 enduro expert. I got a 2012 vector R (off of a 2012 enduro evo comp) including the clavices. I installed the shocks and loved it. After two rides the bearings that are located where the clavices connect to the linkage are coming out. I thought it was just the loose end caps. I took the end caps off and the beat the bearings back into the bike. After just ridiing around my neighborhood the bearings are back out. I came to the conclusion that the clavices were bending and pushing the bearings out. This is true. I took it to my Specialized dealer and had them take a look at it. They called Specialized and it turns out that the S-link on the 2012 enduro is not the same as the one on the 2010 enduro. If anybody else has converted there 2010 enduro to an evo enduro PLEASE LET ME KNOW. If you have any info on converting 2010 enduros to evo again, PLEASE LET ME KNOW. I really just want my bike to work right now with the rear coil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 671 View Post
    All done with my 2010 enduro.
    What enduro did you get those clavices off of? Are you having any issues with the bearings that are at the end of the clavices popping out?

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    I had been running my 2010 Enduro comp with the Evo kit for 6 months or so with no issues, however I went on a downhilling trip in September this year and had a big crash where I came up short on a good size hip jump fell off and broke my collarbone.

    Fast forward 4-5 weeks and having almost recovered I wanted to go for a ride but I hadn't even looked at my bike since the crash, I jumped on and went for a cruise down the road and heard a weird noise coming from the rear suspension. I found that one bearing had almost popped out and another was working its way out.

    I pressed them back in and checked every pivot and bearing in the rear. I did notice the the way the links connect was putting pressure on the bearings. I'm not sure what year my Evo links are though.

    The tracks where I live don't have any big drops or jumps but I have been riding several times since then and havent had any further issues. .

    I will definitely be keeping a close eye on them in the future.

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    I bought my evo kit for my 2011 comp and I believe that it's a 2011 evo kit. I have had no issues with the link, but don't ride it as aggressive as some do. The main reason for changing to the evo kit is that I didn't like the ride of the air shock. Maybe for next summer I might build up a status, but my Enduro is mostly for aggressive trail riding and light dh runs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mud Gecko View Post
    I had been running my 2010 Enduro comp with the Evo kit for 6 months or so with no issues, however I went on a downhilling trip in September this year and had a big crash where I came up short on a good size hip jump fell off and broke my collarbone.

    Fast forward 4-5 weeks and having almost recovered I wanted to go for a ride but I hadn't even looked at my bike since the crash, I jumped on and went for a cruise down the road and heard a weird noise coming from the rear suspension. I found that one bearing had almost popped out and another was working its way out.

    I pressed them back in and checked every pivot and bearing in the rear. I did notice the the way the links connect was putting pressure on the bearings. I'm not sure what year my Evo links are though.

    The tracks where I live don't have any big drops or jumps but I have been riding several times since then and havent had any further issues. .

    I will definitely be keeping a close eye on them in the future.
    What enduro evo did your kit come off of? I am having the same problem. I found out when i hit drops i am actually bending the clavices. It might be my weight (220lbs without gear).

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    I bought them 6 months ago, so I'm gonna say 2012?

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    [QUOTE=Mud Gecko;9924067]I bought them 6 months ago, so I'm gonna say 2012?[/QU

    I found out it is actually the links bending. I am going to weld some gussets on to the side of them and hope that works,

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    I went for a ride this morning and the right side bearing started working its way out again, fml. I'm gonna take it apart and work out whats going on. I may need to get the link machined to take the pressure of the bearing.

    How did you work out the links are bending?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mud Gecko View Post
    I went for a ride this morning and the right side bearing started working its way out again, fml. I'm gonna take it apart and work out whats going on. I may need to get the link machined to take the pressure of the bearing.

    How did you work out the links are bending?
    Since i have a machine shop, issues like these are easily fixed. I am going to weld gussets on the outside of the clavices. That will help with the bend. I haven't done it yet, but it will be done by next week. I will post pics and let you know how it turns out! Don't be worried. You know exactly what is going and the only available fix.

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    Problem!

    Hi, i have little problem with my specialized enduro comp 2011. Frame is too small to me and i have to change it but problem is with rear axle. I' dont know what rear axle ai have, is it 10x135 or 142 qr or what? Can anybody help me?

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    It's a 135.

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    Thanks

    Thanks. I was unsure about this because I got a 142mm with measure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demizez99 View Post
    Hi, i have little problem with my specialized enduro comp 2011. Frame is too small to me and i have to change it but problem is with rear axle. I' dont know what rear axle ai have, is it 10x135 or 142 qr or what? Can anybody help me?
    I dont know. I know the 2010 is a 135 and the 2012 is a 142.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gawdodirt View Post
    I dont know. I know the 2010 is a 135 and the 2012 is a 142.
    My friend had an '11 comp and it was a 135. He swapped wheels between that and another bike frequently.

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    The thing with the bearings between the shocklink and the shockextensions poping out is a common issue!
    It happens because the extensions are bent outwards under load and transfer a certain amount of force on the bearings.
    Due to the fact that the shocklink is designed in a way that the bearings are ment to get pressed in from the outside to the inside of shocklink....pressing them out works vice versa which in this case is done through the sideload of the extensions.
    In my opinion it is a failur in tech design!

    If it happend once...you have no chance to fix it only throught pressing them back in!!!

    I got it fixed with a new shocklink and a new bearings. But Iīve glued in these to bearings on the new shocklink with a special loctite (nr. 638). Since then they stayed in place.
    I havenīt changed them yet, so I canīt tell how hard it well be to get these glued bearings back out again?!

    Btw. this is on thing they changed on the 2013 Enduro....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mantra View Post
    The thing with the bearings between the shocklink and the shockextensions poping out is a common issue!
    It happens because the extensions are bent outwards under load and transfer a certain amount of force on the bearings.
    Due to the fact that the shocklink is designed in a way that the bearings are ment to get pressed in from the outside to the inside of shocklink....pressing them out works vice versa which in this case is done through the sideload of the extensions.
    In my opinion it is a failur in tech design!

    If it happend once...you have no chance to fix it only throught pressing them back in!!!

    I got it fixed with a new shocklink and a new bearings. But Iīve glued in these to bearings on the new shocklink with a special loctite (nr. 638). Since then they stayed in place.
    I havenīt changed them yet, so I canīt tell how hard it well be to get these glued bearings back out again?!

    Btw. this is on thing they changed on the 2013 Enduro....
    Glad to know im not the only one! Im just going to weld gussets on the side of the clavices to keep them from bending. If it works i will do these for anybody that is having these issues as well.

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    2011 S-Works Enduro 25.15lbs as pictured
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    Quote Originally Posted by JOJOMTB View Post
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    I got eye from ur seat post ... what is the brand

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    RS Reverb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JOJOMTB View Post
    2011 S-Works Enduro 25.15lbs as pictured
    Thats a sweet stem! What is it?

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    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/23391804@N07/8242850707/" title="Levis Bike by eleminoh, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8210/8242850707_80c9f5f00e_z.jpg" width="480" height="640" alt="Levis Bike"></a>

    Older elite model, I really want the new style but its just not feasable right now.


    Bought this frame damaged on eBay, it didnt even have rear shock, and built every bit of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JOJOMTB View Post
    2011 S-Works Enduro 25.15lbs as pictured
    Nice build!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleminohpee View Post

    Older elite model, I really want the new style but its just not feasable right now.
    Still, its a very cool bike!
    And a nice build

    Cheers

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    So I just bought a mint 2010 Enduro Carbon frame in an XL size (6'6"/240.) I had seen some pictures of the bikes with a coil and thought cool, when I get it I can put a coil on it. Than I find this thread and find out that the parts to place said coil shock on bike are no longer available from specialized. WTF. I must admit I am pretty choked. I mean this bike is not that old. I would love to ask if anyone has these pieces for sale, but I expect that the answer would be an overwhelming laugh from the masses at just the asking since these are or seem to be sought after parts...

    So my question is...Could someone lend me the said pieces needed so that I can have my brother, who is a cnc machinist and programmer copy and mill these pieces for me. Once the programming is done, the pieces can be easily milled, and I can return the pieces. He works in aerospace and has access to all the latest machinery. I also notice that there is an issue with bearings popping out...With this threads help I am sure that he could design the clevices so that they are bridged as apposed to welding..

    Well I know it's a long shot..Thanks for your time.

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    It`s possible to mount a coil shock on the standard comp link? ( dhx 5.0 or roco,elka? )

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    RockShox Reverb Dropper Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by eleminohpee View Post
    Older elite model, I really want the new style but its just not feasable right now.
    Thats a 05 or 06, right? One of my favourite frames, but i never owned one. Would be nice to see a few more pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaggittens View Post
    So I just bought a mint 2010 Enduro Carbon frame in an XL size (6'6"/240.) I had seen some pictures of the bikes with a coil and thought cool, when I get it I can put a coil on it. Than I find this thread and find out that the parts to place said coil shock on bike are no longer available from specialized. WTF. I must admit I am pretty choked. I mean this bike is not that old. I would love to ask if anyone has these pieces for sale, but I expect that the answer would be an overwhelming laugh from the masses at just the asking since these are or seem to be sought after parts...

    So my question is...Could someone lend me the said pieces needed so that I can have my brother, who is a cnc machinist and programmer copy and mill these pieces for me. Once the programming is done, the pieces can be easily milled, and I can return the pieces. He works in aerospace and has access to all the latest machinery. I also notice that there is an issue with bearings popping out...With this threads help I am sure that he could design the clevices so that they are bridged as apposed to welding..

    Well I know it's a long shot..Thanks for your time.
    If you have access to a machine shop, just buy a 8.5 x 2.5 shock, machine the key way and add a spacer on the shock shaft.

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    It's a 2011...I also have a 2010 Enduro comp
    2008 Giant Trance X2
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    2011 Specialized S-Works Enduro

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    Nice one bro! I've always like these frames! Specially the SX Trail.

    Quote Originally Posted by eleminohpee View Post
    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/23391804@N07/8242850707/" title="Levis Bike by eleminoh, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8210/8242850707_80c9f5f00e_z.jpg" width="480" height="640" alt="Levis Bike"></a>

    Older elite model, I really want the new style but its just not feasable right now.


    Bought this frame damaged on eBay, it didnt even have rear shock, and built every bit of it.

    Build list......

    Powedercoated frame white
    Stans FlowEX wheels
    Hope Pro Evo2 hubs
    RockShox Lyric 160mm fork
    Fox RP3 (I think) rear shock
    Raceface bars and crankset
    Straitline Pedals
    Sram X.7 shifters
    X.9 front and rear derailluers
    Avid Elixer 7 brakes, 203mm F&R
    Rock Shox Reverb adjustable seat post

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    Thanks guys!

    My post made it sound like I didn't like this frame and just want the new style.

    I really love this bike! I abuse it all the time it's always been amazing! I would dare say its the best full suspension AM bike in that era. (2005), maybe ahead of its time.

    But I think the new "X style" frame just looks amazing!
    Never ridden one but I love the look of the design.

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    and my new helmet...Kali Durgana, best buy helmet for me! 85&euro; in Croatia!


    I have used FD Sram XX (but like a new) and thompson elite seatpost, but I haven't time to put it on bike :-(
    pictures with new parts will be soon...i hope ;-)
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    So just added a new Crank Brothers Kronolog post to my Enduro.

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    Enduro S WORKS custom buld

    My custom build:
    New 2010 Sworks frame with rp23 fox
    2013 fox float 36 rc2 kashima fork
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