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    ^ Awesome picture... Oh, and the bike.
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    Anyone used a e13 XCX etype chainguide?

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    Quote Originally Posted by drapeado View Post
    Good! it´s beautiful!
    Have you got a fork 160 mm?

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    New frame arrived Tuesday, waiting on Sixc crankset, and a few other things to build it up.

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    ^ Ridiculous, going to be a beast.
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    Can't wait to pay mine off and build it too its so sick looking definately a Mach chicken frame!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enduro4710 View Post
    Just Wanted to pust up my new baby in here... took her out for a couple of rides yesterday and she is sooooooo damn plush!!



    saw this in the flesh yesterday.... want one so badddd!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleminohpee View Post
    Finally retiring my 2006 and ordered a 2012 comp. Getting it from a private seller used. They listed the specs on the rear axle as QR, but I thought I had read the 2012 comps were all 142. I just wanted to know for sure so I can make sure I can have every thing I need to swap my current wheelset as soon as it arrives. Thanks.
    2012's are 142+ thru axle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poolnikov View Post
    Good! it´s beautiful!
    Have you got a fork 160 mm?

    Thx mate !


    Yeah, Float 36, although in the pic the travel does seem shorter...weird

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    Lowered the bars a bit to try it out, went for a very wet ride today and had a blast


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    Are there any recent reviews on the 2013 enduro expert carbon? I just picked mine up but can't ride it yet due to my recent wrist surgery. So now all I do is park it in my living room and stare at it. I was wondering if anyone has put some miles on one yet and can give some feedback.

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    Hi all. I'm having a weird problem with my front shox. I have a 2011 Enduro Expert with the Fox Float 36r and every time I compress the fork it clunks right before it starts to rebound. For example any time you hit a jump or bump and the fork starts to extend it clunks. I've messed with PSI and rebound and regardless of either I still get the sound. Best way to describe the sound would be hard plastic hitting metal. Also I'm having to run the Psi around 30 to get the 25-30% sag but still after a fairly hard down hill sesh I'm still only using 4-5" of the 6" travel. I weigh 80kg
    Hopefully that made enough sense. :-) thanks for any help guys

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    It could be that your fork needs oil, that is one side-effect from low oil levels is the clunking sound you're getting. It could also be a snap ring- which holds the spring that keeps pressure on shim that acts as a check valve on the rebound piston.

    It could be one of these problems that is leading to the clunking sound. I would change the oil first since this is simplest if you can work on your fork, if not take it to a shop and they can take it apart and can check the oil and snap ring.
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    Would love to hear how the back end is on the 2013 Enduro's - any less flexy than the 10-12 models?

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    Quote Originally Posted by camarosam View Post
    It could be that your fork needs oil, that is one side-effect from low oil levels is the clunking sound you're getting. It could also be a snap ring- which holds the spring that keeps pressure on shim that acts as a check valve on the rebound piston.

    It could be one of these problems that is leading to the clunking sound. I would change the oil first since this is simplest if you can work on your fork, if not take it to a shop and they can take it apart and can check the oil and snap ring.
    Thanks mate, I change the oil today and see if that helps

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    Dropper post dilemna:
    I recently bought a 2011 enduro evo size medium, it came with original model command post which works but has its flaws. I got a reverb but noticed the body of the reverb is a couple inches longer than the CP. I could drop the CP into the frame all the way to the collar but due to bend in seat tube cannot do this with reverb. Wondering if anyone has used other droppers (KS, Command Post II, etc) and how they measure out....

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    Quote Originally Posted by vikingboy View Post
    Would love to hear how the back end is on the 2013 Enduro's - any less flexy than the 10-12 models?
    How do you gauge "flexy-ness"? I hear all this talk of it and how 142mm is stiffer etc... but I'm curious how anyone actually gauges this issue. Not saying it might not exist but there are lots of variables to consider i.e. wheel build, axle type/size...
    I recently went from a 2010 SX trail (135mm rear end) to a 2011 enduro (again "old school" 135mm) using the same rear wheel (after adjusting the dish, thanks specialized) syncros rim with hope pro II 10mm through-axle hub and I 'm not losing any sleep with either bike over rear end flex. Both track well, go where I tell them and behave nicely. Am I missing something?

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    In my country they say " when you can´t dance you say the floor is tilted " ahahah no pun intended.
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    Hi there!!!
    Just wanted to share my Enduro 2011, I must have already posted it here before, but she just went through some upgrades and wanted to post her again!!!

    Cheers!!!
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    Thanks Scotteric: I would say if you aren't noticing it you have nothing to worry about. You'll start to notice it when it starts to become an issue, I found the rear would start to steer the bike specifically on fast landings into corners - my SX Trail doesnt demonstrate this even when run on the same wheels. Its flex at the bearings and stays somewhere. I was looking at the 180mm Enduro and it looks more like an Enduro than an SXT in the pics.

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    I'm wondering if any 2010-2012 enduro owners have ever used offset bushings in their shock and if so what set-up are you running and what head angle and bottom bracket measurements did you wind up with. I aquired a 2011 EVO over the winter and am starting to change some stuff around. The most signicant so far was to ditch the 170mm 36 fork and put a float 160 on. I realize part of the reason they used the 170 was to slacken the head angle because the shock cleavises on the EVO are shorter(I think) than regular enduros...

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    Just found out the Enduro Evo won't be arriving in the UK until 2nd week of April, apparently due to supply problems with the shock.

    I take it no one in the US has spotted them in stores yet?

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    size???

    Hi fellow riders!

    I was looking to buy an enduro this year but noticed that they don't come in XL?? Say what?? As a tall rider (1.92 m) dont you think I will be to cramped on size Large?

    My current bike has the same TT as the enduro in size Large but with a 120 mm stem.

    What you think?

    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by citizenlee View Post
    Just found out the Enduro Evo won't be arriving in the UK until 2nd week of April, apparently due to supply problems with the shock.

    I take it no one in the US has spotted them in stores yet?

    A dealer in Denver got in a couple of SM frame Enduro Evos, but they don't know when they will get any more.

    The also have a SM Enduro Evo Expert in stock and say they will get MD and LG Experts next week.

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    ^^ Yeah I've spotted one in Los Angeles; top model with the ccdb shock.
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    I'm 6 ft tall and at times I wished I had a medium. I like the compact feeling of the medium while descending, but it is a little cramped for climbing.

    I have a Large and it does the job; I have shorter arms in relation to my body overall which could be why I fit well on a large so well. There is nothing wrong with a 120mm stem, but it will affect the steering feel and the lift power needed to lift the front end because your arms are further in front of the headtube. Really comes down to how you're riding. My brother has a Large stumpy with a 120mm stem and the bike is still fun to ride even though my Large enduro currently has a 35mm stem. Both bikes are very similar in size. But if you're 6' 2" and need a Large with a 120mm stem and I feel comfortable on a large with a 35mm stem, I must have shorter arms then you.

    Have you ever considered a shorter stem on the Large enduro, or would it be too crammed?

    Best bet is to go and ride both sizes, thats what I did and ended up with the large because climbing just felt better on it. Hopefully someone in your height range with experience can weigh in. The forums are kind of quiet right now because we're in the winter season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by honkinunit View Post
    A dealer in Denver got in a couple of SM frame Enduro Evos, but they don't know when they will get any more.

    The also have a SM Enduro Evo Expert in stock and say they will get MD and LG Experts next week.
    Quote Originally Posted by camarosam View Post
    ^^ Yeah I've spotted one in Los Angeles; top model with the ccdb shock.
    I think the Evo Expert is available most places now, but it's the standard Evo I'm talknig about... the green & black one.

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    I recently switched from an 06 enduro elite, large, to a 10 enduro comp, also large. Only been on a handful of rides so far but it just doesn't feel right to me. I've decided my best next move will be to try a coil rear shock, and I thought I had seen a DIY thread somewhere on making an 8.5 X 2.5 coil shock work on the 2010 frame. I can't seem to find it now, can anyone point me in the right direction please? I'd rather not spend the crazy price for the evo rear setup from specialized unless I'm sure it'd be what I'm looking to accomplish. TIA!

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    Re: Official Specialized Enduro Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by nicoswit View Post
    Hi there!!!
    Just wanted to share my Enduro 2011, I must have already posted it here before, but she just went through some upgrades and wanted to post her again!!!

    Cheers!!!
    How do you like your fork? Do you ever feel it top out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleminohpee View Post
    I recently switched from an 06 enduro elite, large, to a 10 enduro comp, also large. Only been on a handful of rides so far but it just doesn't feel right to me. I've decided my best next move will be to try a coil rear shock, and I thought I had seen a DIY thread somewhere on making an 8.5 X 2.5 coil shock work on the 2010 frame. I can't seem to find it now, can anyone point me in the right direction please? I'd rather not spend the crazy price for the evo rear setup from specialized unless I'm sure it'd be what I'm looking to accomplish. TIA!
    Here it is: http://www.rivasmtb.com/MANUAL%20END...Javi_Rivas.pdf

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    Official Specialized Enduro Thread

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    How do you like your fork? Do you ever feel it top out?
    The fork feels great! Just a little break dive sometimes but ive gotten used to it, and learned to compensate this. This can be fixed easily with the MiCo damper, im planning on doing this upgrade somewhere in the near future, but other than that i love this fork!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleminohpee View Post
    I recently switched from an 06 enduro elite, large, to a 10 enduro comp, also large. Only been on a handful of rides so far but it just doesn't feel right to me. I've decided my best next move will be to try a coil rear shock, and I thought I had seen a DIY thread somewhere on making an 8.5 X 2.5 coil shock work on the 2010 frame. I can't seem to find it now, can anyone point me in the right direction please? I'd rather not spend the crazy price for the evo rear setup from specialized unless I'm sure it'd be what I'm looking to accomplish. TIA!
    I too went from a coiled out 06 Enduro to a 2010 version. If your issue with the 2010 version is the soft mid-stroke, then please try the small Fox shock volume adjuster. Not exactly coil, but firms mid-stroke nicely, to the point that I don't miss the coils. Cost is $25.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullit43 View Post
    Thanks! any chance there is an english version of it? If not ill brush up on my spanish and itll do.


    On a side note, has anyone tried or know if it is possible to put an 8.75 i2i shock in the enduro? Will the suspension move down and If you were still to limit the stroke would it just raise BB hieght? This is prob a dumb question but I had done it with my old enduro and it worked great! Im just shoping for a shock right now so I thought Id see if anyone has tried it.

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    Check this forum because there was a huge post on what size rear shock you can fit on the enduro. Ill see if i can find it.
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    You can fit 8.75 x 2.5 shock in 2010-2012 Enduro with no interference. A friend of mine has DHX Air (222 x 64) installed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corvette View Post
    You can fit 8.75 x 2.5 shock in 2010-2012 Enduro with no interference. A friend of mine has DHX Air (222 x 64) installed.
    Im so glad to hear this. Do you know what it effected on the bike? Id assume it raised the BB a bit and steepened the HA?

    Im about 95% sure this is the route Im about to attempt. Any input is greatly appreciated from anyone!!

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    Also my friend fitted a 8.75 x 2.5 spring on his Enduro last week. Hasn't complained yet. He didn't get to ride it that long though before he broke some bone and got ordered a three month break from cycling.
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    Quick question after reading the whole thread - Enduro Evo 2012, size L with 40mm stem for a person with 183cm height, 85,5cm inseam (no shoes on) ? Reach measure is 457mm which is what I'm worried about mostly. Now I'm on a bike with HTT 610mm, reach 430mm and 60mm stem, and IMHO it fits me great.

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    I'm 6'2 and am going to be buying a new Enduro Comp soon, I'm not too tall for a Large am I?

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    I'm 6'2" and ride an 08 large Enduro. Not sure how similar the dimensions are to the newer bikes. That said, no problem fitting on the large. I also have an XL Giant Reign which we just built up for one of my sons. We put a shorter (60mm) stem on it, and it also fits just fine. I think most people would say you and I should be on a large, but it comes down to personal preference. I can go either way (L or XL) and feel comfortable if the bike is setup for me. The Reign with the original 100?mm stem definitely stretched me a little bit, however. With the shorter stem, I really like the fit, though.

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    Hi,
    collected my s-works Frame today. It came stock with play in the front shock mount. Anybody else had that? What is the size of the front Bushings using a CCDBA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleminohpee View Post
    Im so glad to hear this. Do you know what it effected on the bike? Id assume it raised the BB a bit and steepened the HA?

    Im about 95% sure this is the route Im about to attempt. Any input is greatly appreciated from anyone!!
    Yes, it raises the BB and steepens the angles. Can compensate with 170-175 mm fork.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cubebiker View Post
    Hi,
    collected my s-works Frame today. It came stock with play in the front shock mount. Anybody else had that? What is the size of the front Bushings using a CCDBA?
    Someone else had this problem after 6 rides. Look in the s works Enduro thread.

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    My SPZ Enduro Expert, 2010'

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    To anyone who has done the travel reduction mod on a fox shock, what are the little spacers that accomplish this called. Are they fox brand? I can't seem to find where to buy them.

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    May I know where can I get the MiCo damper? Can I get it online?

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    How does a Enduro EVO (not the 2013 model, but earlier ones, 2012 lets say) climb with the coil shock ? Some say slow the rebound and it will be easier.

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    Locksley:

    You know that you have to get both the rebound and compression dampers, rigth?

    I've got mine through eBay:
    eBay Mi mundo - dana67301
    nice chaps, good prices.

    You can get also from Bikeman:
    Bikeman RockShox Lyrik Mission Control DH Compression Damper

    And possible, if you search a little on the net, you'll find more shops that can provide the kit you're looking for.

    One thing I can tell you, it is well worth every penny!!!

    And a shock upgrade too (I've got a standard MM Monarch RC Plus, way better than the standard Fox on my 2010 Comp.)

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleminohpee View Post
    To anyone who has done the travel reduction mod on a fox shock, what are the little spacers that accomplish this called. Are they fox brand? I can't seem to find where to buy them.
    First of all, it's 'volume reduction' not travel...

    And Jensen has them in stock, that's where I ordered mine...

    Fox Float Volume Spacer Kit > Components > Rear Shocks > Reducers | Jenson USA Online Bike Shop

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    I've had a coil shock on my enduro for 3 years now and to be honest I think faster rebound is better for climbing. When the rebound is too slow the bike is too planted, and feels sluggish and over damped. But with faster rebound the shock is more lively and rebounds quicker to its proper sag so it doesn't feel so over damped.

    I don't know, its kind of a give and take sort of thing and also depends on how beat up the trail is that you're climbing. Just remember, no matter what you do it doesn't have that solid feel that an air shock provides, but you will noticeably gain on the DH.
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