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    want to know more about the SX

    not the trail version, just to specify but the shorter travel SX

    I have a couple of friends who are having a blast trail riding their Transition Doubles. I have been looking at the new Specialized SX in that regard. I would like to take it to jump parks and stuff but also want to trail ride it. My thoughts are to use my lyrik solo air and since the frame is tapered, run a flush mount bottom cup to keep the front end low. If that does not ride well, i can always use travel spacers to drop the travel to where desired.
    What are these frames building up at weight wise. Looks like there is plenty of seat post adjustability and the new type of front deraileur mounts. Any downsides people can think of to this idea? I want a 67'ish degree head angle and like the idea of low and short when I describe my ideal trail bike.
    Specialized advertises bike with 68 slackest setting and low 12 bb height for lowest setting. They don't say other settings and they don't say what fork travel that is with. Any more info? I am looking at the 09/10 model styling for this project. Realize its early for the '10 stuff and that is why there is so little info out there.

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    Team NSMB's Andrew Sherry is on one, and apparently he loves it:
    http://www.nsmb.com/team/3325-specia...sx-bike-check/

    I considered one for my next bike until I priced it out with the parts I wanted. I'll just be sticking with a complete bike for now.

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    I ride a 09 white SX. The bb height stated in their web must be with a 120 fork or 100 fork with huge tires, cause mine with a fox F100 and 2.1 tires bb height is only 305mm which is really a bit too low for general riding.

    Apart from the low BB it's an awesome bike, for trail riding seatpost height should be fine if u are not taller for 5'10". I am 5'8" and the size S fit me perfectly. Frame w/ shock is about 8.5lbs, whole bike came in at 30.5lbs, not light but you don't feel it when riding.

    I recomand keeping the bike low with a 100 or 120 fork, as it make the bike rail corners and at the same time stable in the steep high speed stuff. Superb fun and super confident. With this frame u don't feel the need of 6" inch travel. I say go for it!!

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    Great responses, thank you. I will have the winter to ponder the decision but am really liking that frame. I am wanting a bike with less travel but solid for parks and such, that frame is the most appealing to me right now. Seat tube angle looks good for pedaling but wonder how the short chainstays will affect it. Horst link is always pedals well. Do you trail ride yours? Do you feel it is much of a compromise if any doing that? I am 6'2" but would be transferring my KS adjustable seat post so know I could get the extension I need. For reference, I am coming off a 6 inch bike weighing at 33 lbs, and before that, another 6 inch bike weighing 41. I was mostly wanting to keep getting lighter if possible, under 33 is fantastic.

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    i dont think putting lyriks on SX is an good idea, long travel makes the bb too high + meaning you cant hit jump or drops at decent speed unless theres a long enough run up
    you want something shorter like fox F120 or similar 120mm travel forks
    you can also run step down headset to use stright 1 1/8 steerer forks

    its possible to build it abt 33lbs, just dont use stupid heavy steel parts on it and it would be fine

    the 09 and 10 are basically same frame but different colour
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    Yeah, I figured the lyrik would be too tall even with a flush mount lower cup headset and a 1 1/8 steer. But the nice thing about the solo air is I can use travel spacers and lower its travel. I was thinking flush mount with 140 would give me a 67'ish degree head angle and still in the 12's bb height. This is all speculation though so would love to hear from as many people who have this frame as possible. Pics would be great also, the frame is hot looking and very few people seem to have them.

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    The SX do pedal ok and I do trail ride mine. Apart from the low bb, there isn't much of a compromise for general riding. It is heavier than a normal 4" bike, but nothing too serious. I think 110-120mm is the optimal front travel, any more you may find the hori. TT too short for any uphill work. Here is mine (cell phone pic):
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    i just bought an 07 sx frame and in the process of building it up. man oh man do i love this bike, even with my subpar components. i want to rock the pike's or something else than my marz dj fork. suggestions... i kinda like 110mm
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    a spec rep came through a LBS and had an old 05 kyle strait SX he bought off of him. wish i woulda taken a pic. anyone got one or a link?
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    Built of this '05 frame a few months ago and I could not be happier! It is snappy, fun to ride, plush for bigger hits, but still pedals well and has fairly adjustable geometry to suit most riding styles and applications. I have a 7.875x2.25" RP23 on there and the chip that gives a higher BB and steeper HA. The larger shock gives it almost 5" of rear travel and make the bike handle superbly. This bike rips. With the kit on it now, it can handle a bit of everything and still pedals very well. I know its not the newest version, but if this is any indication of how Specialized does the SX, then I would not hesitate getting a recent frame.
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    Freshly built.

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    What is with the color? Is that a SX trail with the shorter shock? I didn't know they came out in silver.

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    It's an SX slalom, 4". The frame is a paint sample I got from the Specialized B2B blem site. So far as I know it's the only one out there. It was a pain in the arse trying to get a shock for the thing. Fox doesn't make a 1.5" stroke air shock. Had to have PUSH reduce the stroke of a shock I had.

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    Just bought a 06 from ebay

    The frame is black to white lightning bolts. Just got done building it up and it feels like a ripper!.. I also got a 09 Marzocchi 55 ATA Micro which is a SICK fork with adjustable travel from 120mm to 165..
    My SX is sitting at 32.2lbs with downhill cranks. If i put my Hone cranks on there it will be under 32 lbs.
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    Last two dudes, what do you plan to use these bikes for? If you use it for trail riding as well as jumping/slalom stuff, I would love to know how it handles trails. A couple of people have chimed on on that aspect but that is what I would do 75% of the time so more input is appreciated.

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    I'm going to use it for my everyday trail bike. I like the fact that the stays are so short for the twisty turns. I do jump but there isn't many jumps in my area. I will prob. limit my drops to about 5-6 ft. I have a feeling this bike will feel like my Azonic Steelhead hardtail bike except with 4.2 in of travel in the rear.
    I'm not a spinning climber in fact I hate to climb these days. With the family getting bigger and having less time my fitness just sucks so climbing effeciency isn't a concern. When the hills turn steep and fast or technical is where I wake up and shine.
    I'll let you know when I get my first ride in how it feels all around. So far the street test felt great. Snappy turning, manuels easy and the front fork feels great even at 165mm. I'll prob drop the fork travel for the climbs though.
    I am putting on the Envy Double E2 ring system on the front instead of a front derailler. Basically being able to run a granny and a middle chainring without a derailler. You manually shift it over when you need it. I want to try this or maybe the Hammerschmidt system. We'll see.
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    Here is mine 2010 SX Trail I. Not the greatest bike to climb up hill with. Down hill its just point and go. A confidence booster for sure.
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    demodude, isnt 140-165 a bit high? i remember reading something about 160mm is the max? i could be wrong, but how's it feel on the trails with some light climbing?

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    I just took mine (the silver SX slalom) on a 12 mile XC loop last night. I put on my Gravity Dropper and a 11-34t cassette and it did fairly well all things considered. BB is a bit low for sure so you really have to time the pedal strokes in the rocks. It makes it all up on the downhills. The bike just rips. Loves to come off the ground and corners like nothing else. Pumped.
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    Cross country style

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    Well I finally got the camera to my bike

    Here is the final setup, it was 32.2 lbs without the Command post so I imagine its around 33 lbs.
    A few notes:
    2006 SX
    2009 Marzocchi 55 ATA Micro with adjustable travel 120-165 SICK FORK!
    Hone cranks
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    Eskar tire rear, Clutch in the front.
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    So far I'm loving this bike for the trail here in Laguna. The wheelbase is 2 inches shorter than my Enduro SL (on ebay right now, its the red one frame only). I love the cornering abilities and being able to get this thing into the air. I had to buy the command post because I love to lower my seat all the way down but need the climbing extention. My current post was about 2 inches too short and I didnt want to raise the lowest seat position.
    Specialized hooked me up with a free low bottom bracket position shock shuttle, so props to them.
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    That thing's dope. Super interesting chainguide idea.

    Have you tried running the tall shock shuttle? It might let you use a bit more of that fork without choppering it out. My '09 is fixed in "oh so low" position, feels weird above 120mm of front travel. Corners with authority though.

    My bike is sitting right around 33lbs too. I'm planning a diet of Chris King with a bit of SRAM/Shimano salad. Will post when closer to perfection.

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    What do you mean by it feeling weird above 120mm front travel? I like the idea of a taller front to get a sltightly slacker head angle and bring the bb up a bit for the trail riding ventures. Not as ideal for the dirt jumps or 4x style riding but if you are using this bike for lots of disciplines, I think it could work well. The reason for this post actually is to find out if my ideas would work with this frame.

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    nice set up dude! what is a bottom bracket position shock shuttle used for btw? and are you running a 5' rear shock? i picked up a shiver fork for really cheap, great condition, but the spring is a bit soft, getting the x-heavy.
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    above 125mm

    Honestly having the travel up at 165mm makes the bike come alive on rough techy downhills and does really great on speed corners. I come from downhill so a slacker HA is my preferance. My Demo 7 is at about 64-65 degrees and the sx is around 66-67 which is just fine for me. I won't be DJing or Dual Saloming any time soon. This is my trailbike for sure. That is the reason I'm not worried about the slacker angles.
    Does it feel weird.... not at all.

    The question about the shock shuttle and what it does. It's the foward shock mount. There are 2. A high bb and low bb shuttle. These change your HA by a degree or so and raise or lower your bottom bracket by about 1/2 inch.
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    Maybe i spoke too soon. I haven't put enough time on the bike to really mess with the tall fork setting yet. I'm sure if i get down some steeper trails the slacker head angle will be nice.

    I just know on previous bikes too slack of a head angle can cause the front end to under steer into flat corners. Travel adjust is the way to go.

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    By the way Edimm, I love the silver frame! You are so lucky to come across that frame. Awesome build to!
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    Nice ride how's it ride? I got the 06 model and had gotten it built before we went to Moab and love it the tight corner and small cock pit made it handle great on tight switch backs. The bike is a little heavy 34lb but it decends and handles great with 09Marzocchi 55ATA, 7" Avid Elixer, 09XT Shimano components, Blackspire double chain guide, and Azonic wheels w/Maxxis tire.

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    Just finished mine

    I bought a 2010 frame so I could hang some extra components I had on it. This will be my park and shuttle bike this year.

    Frame - medium
    Fork - 2010 170mm Lyrik Coil DH
    Controls/Derailleur - XO
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    Wheels - King ISO disc hubs/ Mavic 819 hoops/Schwalbe Big Betty UST's
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    how much does it weigh?

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    Doh!

    I forgot that - 36lbs as shown.
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    What is the difference between the SX and the SX trail frames? Looking at the numbers, it is possible it is just a shorter shock but easily could be more than that. Anybody know?

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    Totally different bike

    The SX is a frame only option and primarily designed to a slopestyle/4 cross bike with 4" of travel; the SX Trail can be purchased as a frame only or a complete bike and designed to be a FR/AM bike with 6.7" of travel. I replaced my Demo 7 with the SX Trail as my park/shuttle bike. They look very similar but ride very differently.

    Go here to read the details/differences:

    http://www.specialized.com/us/en/bc/...enuItemId=9250
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    I understand all that, but what functionally makes the frames different. Looking at bb height and seat angle numbers, it is possible that the 2.4 inches less travel from the shorter stroke shock could be the difference. I want to know if there is actually a difference in the frame itself though. Different tubing/thickness, etc. Likely so as they only make the SX in short and long compared to the sizing of the trail. This thread is for info on the SX, not the SX Trail as there is tons of info on that frame due to its popularity.

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    I will have to inquire about that.

    I will call my inside rep at Specialized to inquire about that question and get back to you. Although they look the same externally - I have both in my shop - but in re: tubing wall thickness, etc., I do not know.
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    I have a Trail and Slalom, both 2009's. Here's what I know first hand.

    Frame weight on medium Trail with DHX 5.0 & 550lb spring is ~10.5 lbs.

    Frame weight on long Slalom w/o shock is ~8.5 lbs.

    When you flick the top tubes, the Trail makes more of a 'thud' sound where the Slalom sounds a bit more hollow. I'm willing to bet the frames are each unique, using different tubing. The only thing i can say about interchangeability of shocks is that they both use the same front mounting hardware on the shock but the yoke that connects to the swing arm is different for the coil shock than the air.

    I've spoken with inside, outside and warranty reps at Specialized and the general feeling is that they use different tubes. That said I haven't seen an actual engineering sheet on either bike so I can't say 100% for sure.

    SX Trail uses a 7.875 x 2.25 shock, Slalom uses a custom stroked 7.5 x 1.5.

    Both bikes are super stiff but it feels like the Trail may have just a bit less flex. Hard to say, I need to ride more and think about bikes less.

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    That is good info, thanks.

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    SX Trail shock on Slalom frame

    It works! Clearance is VERY close. See pics. This was a test mainly to see if everything clears. The shock is a 7.875 x 2.25 off an SX Trail. Future plans include a 7.875 x 2.00 DHX Air with a Talas 150mm Taper fork. If my fuzzy math is correct it should get about 150mm of rear wheel travel and have geometry similar to the SX Trail, just with a bit steeper headtube angle due to the shorter fork. Fingers crossed but it looks like I may have an SX All Mountain soon. I'll keep the 7.5 x 1.5 shock in case I want to run it in the slalom setup.
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    edimm, How are you liking the longer shock? I just got the 2010 rp23 with boost valve in that same size but havent got to ride it yet.. I'm thinking of putting the low bb shuttle on my bike so the HA isn't so steep. Right now its at 68 degrees and with the low bb shuttle prob around 66-67...
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    Hey Demo,

    I only rode the bike around the parking lot with the longer shock then I put the short air shock back on. On the parking lot test the bike felt a lot like my SX Trail.

    I'm trying to track down a DHX 5.0 coil in the 7.875 eye to eye so I can run the longer shock without robbing my other bike. I tried a DHX 5.0 air in the 7.875 e to e and the yoke was too big, it wouldn't clear the seatstay. So the coil is my only option now.

    I think the RP23 will work great on your bike provided everything clears. If the new shock has a longer stroke than stock you may want to keep the bottom bracket high and use more fork travel to slack out the headtube.

    I would just be worried that the combination of longer travel and lower BB would cause the pedals to get awfully close to the ground on bigger hits.

    You may want to try mounting the shock with the high and low shuttles and compressing the rear end with no air in the shock and see how low the pedals go at full compression. that will also let you know if anything is going to hit at full compression. This is all assuming the new shock is longer than the old one.

    I hear the new boost valve shocks ride great. Let me know how it works.

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    I'll blow off some work tomorrow and let you know.... Mine is an 06 so no clearance issues...
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    Quote Originally Posted by dollar_07
    Here is mine 2010 SX Trail I. Not the greatest bike to climb up hill with. Down hill its just point and go. A confidence booster for sure.
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    Some SX pics w/coil shock

    Hopefully I can get some dirt time this week on the coil shock. With the SX Trail in pieces I figured I could "borrow" the rear shock for a bit.
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    Longer shock

    So, I have the 06 version of the SX and decided to upgrade the rear shock to the 2010 RP23. I also went with some of the advice on this thread to got to the longer shock length of 7.875X2.25, giving the bike close to 5 inches of travel
    As some of you know the bike was spec'ed with the RP3 with a "harder" compression tune from the factory. As I rode the bike with the stock shock it was very nimble, but, everything was harsh for what I was using it for (remember, I'm using this bike for trail and not it's intended purpose ie: slolom, 4x, DJ). Also climbing was a complete chore. I was fighting to keep from wheeling up climbs.
    The longer shock I'm using now comes with a "medium" tune for compression and rebound, I must say that it is a fantastic upgrade! The bike climbs better due to the rise in bottom bracket height. Before I was fighting to keep the front tire on the trail on climbs and especially when the trail turned steep.
    On the downhill the bike was supple, active, held a line very well. Compared to the old shock it was night and day. The new RP23 really completed this bike to what I envisioned it to be. I felt a little silly buying a new shock as the old one still worked fine. The softer tuning is what made all the differance.
    So I have myself an inexpensive lightweight mini SX trail.
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    found this on dirtmags website in the uk

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    Demo, just curious which shock shuttle you ended up using with the longer shock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by edimm
    Demo, just curious which shock shuttle you ended up using with the longer shock?
    I'm using the tall bottom bracket shuttle setting right now, I havent gotten time to try the low shuttle. So far the bottom bracket (center) is sitting at a hair above 14 inches. The head tube angle is at 67degrees.
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    Is that with the fork @ 165mm?

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    The IPhone Clinometer app tells me my headtube angle is ~65-66deg. bb is about 13.25" to center, with the fork at 150mm. For most trails I'll run the fork at 130mm. Pretty pumped on the setup now that i've put some trail miles on it. Last things I need are the Ti spring and PUSH bottom out bumper. Then it will be done...
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    Forgot to mention. Bike comes in ~32.5lbs as pictured.

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