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    Pics of your 2014 Stumpjumper HT

    lets see some pics and upgrades!!!

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    None of our bikes are in yet, or we would.

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    SJ HT Expert Carbon 29 Satin Carbon/Black/Charcoal - Size XL
    - Complete SRAM XX1 drivetrain (156mm Q-factor crankset)
    - ESI Racer's Edge grips
    - Fast Trak 2.2 tubeless tyres
    - S-Works carbon seat post 27.2 400mm

    21.3lbs
    Last edited by Hermi; 02-04-2014 at 05:03 PM.

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    that's a sikk bike Hermi!

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    Pics of your 2014 Stumpjumper HT-photo.jpg

    Sorry for the bad pic ill get a updated one with some smalls upgrades I added. This is my medium 2014 Comp hyper yellow.

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    2014 Stumpjumper Carbon HT on order...hoping for delivery this weekend. I've been on the fence about purchasing a new bike for over a year now and finally pulled the trigger. Very excited to receive my first Specialized.

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    Picked up my 2014 stumpjumper carbon ht in white this morning. 785s and tubeless. Two rides down and many more to come.

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    Pics of your 2014 Stumpjumper HT-img_4858-copy.jpg

    SJ Expert Carbon HT - Size SMALL
    -S-works carbon bar
    -SLX r shifter
    -ESI grips
    -Magura MT8 brakes
    -S-works crank w/ 38T XX1 ring
    -XTR pedals
    -XTR mid-cage r derailleur
    -PG1050 cassette
    -Thomson seatpost
    -S-works Toupé seat
    -Control wheel set
    -King Cage SS bottle cage
    -SWAT headset tool
    -S-works Fast Track tires

    20.44#

    Control SL wheel set on order
    Remove SWAT headset tool
    Ritchey WCS C260 90mm -6º stem

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    2014 S Works Stumpjumper HT
    19lbs with pedals
    Setup Tubeless
    Ritchey Superlogic Handlebars
    Ritchey Stem
    Ritchey Trail Logic Seatpost
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leroy424 View Post
    2014 S Works Stumpjumper HT
    19lbs with pedals
    Setup Tubeless
    Ritchey Superlogic Handlebars
    Ritchey Stem
    Ritchey Trail Logic Seatpost
    Nice bike like mine but other frame size!! Did u changed the crankset???

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    Quote Originally Posted by andresco50 View Post
    Nice bike like mine but other frame size!! Did u changed the crankset???
    I forgot I've got a Hollogram crankset with a stages power meter.

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    Pics of your 2014 Stumpjumper HT-image.jpgPics of your 2014 Stumpjumper HT-image.jpg

    2014 Stumpjumper Carbon HT - Large
    XT trail pedals
    tubeless

    Loving this bike!

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    Bought a 2014 Stumpjumper HT Comp 29 only a few days ago
    it's as it comes with Specialized Bennies platforms
    Pics of your 2014 Stumpjumper HT-specialized.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bremund View Post
    Bought a 2014 Stumpjumper HT Comp 29 only a few days ago
    it's as it comes with Specialized Bennies platforms
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    Size looks a bit off... How tall are you?

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    I'm 181 cms, so it's a 19

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    That is a sick bike gboro!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dypeterc View Post
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    SJ Expert Carbon HT - Size SMALL
    -S-works carbon bar
    -SLX r shifter
    -ESI grips
    -Magura MT8 brakes
    -S-works crank w/ 38T XX1 ring
    -XTR pedals
    -XTR mid-cage r derailleur
    -PG1050 cassette
    -Thomson seatpost
    -S-works Toupé seat
    -Control wheel set
    -King Cage SS bottle cage
    -SWAT headset tool
    -S-works Fast Track tires

    20.44#

    Control SL wheel set on order
    Remove SWAT headset tool
    Ritchey WCS C260 90mm -6º stem
    That's a sick bike. Though, I would have opted for a Syntace P6 HiFlex seat post over the Thomson.
    Enjoy the ride!

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    Quote Originally Posted by THOWEDMODE2323 View Post
    That is a sick bike gboro!
    Thanks THOWEDMOD! Really enjoying the new ride. Technology has come such a long way since my old Iron Horse. Loving the 29's!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RCMTB View Post
    That's a sick bike. Though, I would have opted for a Syntace P6 HiFlex seat post over the Thomson.
    Nothing better than the clamping mech of a Thomson seatpost

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    Quote Originally Posted by dypeterc View Post
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    -S-works crank w/ 38T XX1 ring
    Wow, 38t chainring! I need to man up with my tiny 32!

    Awesome looking bike, can't wait for mine now.
    +1 on the P6 seatpost ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hermi View Post
    Attachment 865587

    Attachment 865592

    Upgrades:
    - Complete SRAM XX1 drivetrain (156mm Q-factor crankset)
    - ESI Racer's Edge grips
    - Fast Trak 2.2 tyres made tubeless with Joe's Super Sealant
    - S-Works carbon seat post 27.2 400mm

    Size XL with XTR pedals and Zee Cage II: 9.66kg (21.3lbs)
    FINALLY SOMEONE THAT CONFIRMS THE 156Q FACTOR CRANKSET FITS PERFECT!!!
    I think is better the sworks is 165qfactor is too wide for me I had a 168 in my 2013 and it was terrible to pedal!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leroy424 View Post
    2014 S Works Stumpjumper HT
    19lbs with pedals
    Setup Tubeless
    Ritchey Superlogic Handlebars
    Ritchey Stem
    Ritchey Trail Logic Seatpost
    Nice bike can u post bigger pics please! What size is your bike??

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    Quote Originally Posted by andresco50 View Post
    FINALLY SOMEONE THAT CONFIRMS THE 156Q FACTOR CRANKSET FITS PERFECT!!!
    I think is better the sworks is 165qfactor is too wide for me I had a 168 in my 2013 and it was terrible to pedal!!
    13 S-Works crank is 166q according to Masterlink. I'd like to see the arm clearance on 156q. Also, what length arms?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dypeterc View Post
    13 S-Works crank is 166q according to Masterlink. I'd like to see the arm clearance on 156q. Also, what length arms?
    ask Hermi he is the owner of that bike!!

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    Arm clearance for 156Q and 175mm length on both sides is about 7mm.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hermi View Post
    Arm clearance for 156Q and 175mm length on both sides is about 7mm.
    156Q FACTOR Is perfect!!! with 168 I was pedalling like a duck!

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    Nice looking HT's.........has anyone rode both models of STJ HT carbon frames? Expert: 10m and Carbon Comp: 8m frame.
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    Glad I stared this thread, time to order my race face carbon crank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rushman3 View Post
    Nice looking HT's.........has anyone rode both models of STJ HT carbon frames? Expert: 10m and Carbon Comp: 8m frame.
    Big difference. 8m feels like a wet noodle. 10m + TA is super stiff

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    Quote Originally Posted by dypeterc View Post
    Big difference. 8m feels like a wet noodle. 10m + TA is super stiff
    Wet noodle? Is there really a difference you can 'feel' between the two? The 10m has internal cable routing and the 8m does not. Just curious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gboro View Post
    Wet noodle? Is there really a difference you can 'feel' between the two? The 10m has internal cable routing and the 8m does not. Just curious.
    8m is flexy.

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    Nice bike. Does anyone know if the geometry has changed on the 2014 hardtails?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hermi View Post


    SJ HT Expert Carbon 29 Satin Carbon/Black/Charcoal - Size XL
    - Complete SRAM XX1 drivetrain (156mm Q-factor crankset)
    - ESI Racer's Edge grips
    - Fast Trak 2.2 tubeless tyres
    - S-Works carbon seat post 27.2 400mm

    21.3lbs

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    Slight changes:

    0.5º increase in head tube angle
    5mm shorter top tube
    3mm longer chain stays
    Minuscule increase in wheelbase

    Biggest difference is the TA and stiffness. Feels more direct and solid

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    My Stumpj Expert 9.6kg in LarPics of your 2014 Stumpjumper HT-stumpj-2014.jpgge

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    Nice...Bike as Art, Art as Bike
    Tahoe29er

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    True...
    Enjoy the ride!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dypeterc View Post
    Nothing better than the clamping mech of a Thomson seatpost
    True
    Enjoy the ride!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gboro View Post
    Picked up my 2014 stumpjumper carbon ht in white this morning. 785s and tubeless. Two rides down and many more to come.
    Would love to see some pics and the weight. I have this bike on my list of wants this year.
    Ride like you stole it!

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    Pics above in thread...not sure about weight. 22lbs. per my bathroom scale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gboro View Post
    Pics above in thread...not sure about weight. 22lbs. per my bathroom scale.
    VERY nice! Were you able to negotiate a discount at your LBS?
    Ride like you stole it!

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    Deals to be had on 2013's but no wiggle from LBS on 2014 model. Would have bought 2013 but medium frame felt small to me. Free tubeless was my discount.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gboro View Post
    Deals to be had on 2013's but no wiggle from LBS on 2014 model. Would have bought 2013 but medium frame felt small to me. Free tubeless was my discount.
    Yep, same here. I have a hard time paying retail.
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    You're trying to deal on 14's already? Seriously?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dypeterc View Post
    You're trying to deal on 14's already? Seriously?
    You never know until you ask :-)
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    2014 Stumpjumper Comp Just sitting in the basement waiting for spring.



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    I am trying to upgrade my comp, would it be worth upgrading my drivetrain to 1x11? Or should I go with new wheels or possibly a carbon crank?

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    Wheels. Roval Control Carbon or Control SL (I have a pair for sale, just saying...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dypeterc View Post
    Wheels. Roval Control Carbon or Control SL (I have a pair for sale, just saying...)
    LOL ~ then why are you selling? Honestly, I'm thinking of upgrading too and wondering if they are worth the cost.
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    I bought another pair. Upgraded the bike and wanted 142+. On a set of '14 Control SL and they are bomber. I have a pair of '13 SL's (135mm) sitting around the house

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    Quote Originally Posted by dypeterc View Post
    I bought another pair. Upgraded the bike and wanted 142+. On a set of '14 Control SL and they are bomber. I have a pair of '13 SL's (135mm) sitting around the house
    Nice!
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