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    Project: El G.

    Well after lusting after all the El Guapos comming through our shop lately I began losing sleep over the thought of a tricked out Blue El G. After riding about every demo bike we have I have found that nothing speaks to me like a 6" bike does........especially one that pedals well, jumps well and can rail corners like a shifter cart. I swapped parts from my current bike with the addition to a couple more goodies to throw in the mix. I must appologize about the poor lighting on the photo, I finished the build late yesterday after work and was jonesing to put it through it's paces today and I brought along the camera for a "nature shot" so the El G would be in it's right element but there was a ton of overcast. I will post more photos once the sun comes out and rest assured i will post some action shots soon, and give a full ride report. Ride On- E2 eric@competitivecyclist.com

    P.S. I'm not sure if you can tell from the photos but I did some alternate cable routing because those darn side mount cable stops kept raking my knee.
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    DROOOOOOOL...

    ya, what's up with the sucky cable routing anyway? Who thought THAT was a good idea?

    BTW, why not run the cables just like the Ml, under the top tube?
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    I Love, Love, Love It!!!!!

    Looks absolutely sick! I dig the white rims HARD!

    Kick ass cable routing too.... That puts my mind a little more at ease should I be able to pick one of these bad boy's up one day.

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    Sensational Eric

    El Guapo stoke.

    I think Blackey likes it

    That Lyric is a great choice. I just rode that mission control fork yesterday on a mate's bike. His bike was a big letdown but his fork wasn't

    Looking forward to some more photos !~!

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    Quote Originally Posted by All Mountain
    Sensational Eric

    El Guapo stoke.

    I think Blackey likes it

    That Lyric is a great choice. I just rode that mission control fork yesterday on a mate's bike. His bike was a big letdown but his fork wasn't

    Looking forward to some more photos !~!

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    Nice! What does it weigh? Do you get any chain slap w/o a protector?

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    weight/chainslap

    30.86lbs, before installing the seat, so now i would guess around 31.25ish, I'm going to install a coil shock in the rear soon. As for the chainslap.......of course, but I wasn't too worried about it I was too anxious to ride!
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    Wow that's pretty light. I like the blue spokes and pedals, looks sweet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by presslab
    Wow that's pretty light. I like the blue spokes and pedals, looks sweet.
    Nice weight!

    Are those the Straitline pedals? They look great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by All Mountain
    I just rode that mission control fork yesterday on a mate's bike. His bike was a big letdown but his fork wasn't
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    What bike? Why the letdown?
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    Dang, Eric...

    That's a gorgeous ride. I have never liked that blue color... Until I saw your build. White makes a HUGE difference with that blue.

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    Pedals are from Twenty6 products........you may have seen them in this months Decline mag. The pedals themselves are truely awesome 375g for the pair, Ti axles fully rebuildable, tons of pin placement options as well. As for the weight i was pretty shocked myself, hell if I went tubeless I could save a bit more. I'm goping to order a DHX coil for it.....the Pearl shock just ramps up too quickly, I am still 1/2 an inch from blowing the o-ring off the slider, with 30% sag and a couple of jump and drops. I'm hoping this thing will be even better with the coil, all in all so far it rocks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by E2@CC
    .... I'm goping to order a DHX coil for it.....the Pearl shock just ramps up too quickly, I am still 1/2 an inch from blowing the o-ring off the slider, with 30% sag and a couple of jump and drops. I'm hoping this thing will be even better with the coil, all in all so far it rocks!
    In the mean time and in between time mount the Pearl in the coil position (if you haven't done so already).

    And, it would be good to see what the real difference is.

    Have you tried the Twenty6 Dualie Brake Lever ?~? Any better than DB lever ?~?

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    Awesome ride, Eric!

    Very sweet build....

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    Quote Originally Posted by All Mountain
    In the mean time and in between time mount the Pearl in the coil position (if you haven't done so already).
    That'd make an air shock to use even less travel. There should be more ramp up at the end for the coil not to bottom bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warp
    That'd make an air shock to use even less travel. There should be more ramp up at the end for the coil not to bottom bad.
    Yeah I know, just wanted to see just how much of a difference it would be. My own personal agenda .

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    Good job!

    Eric, looks sweet, just email your team re inquiring about a demo of the El G. Am in St Louis for 2 weeks, starting next week. So am keen to try one, then I may well be able to place an order for a Ti El G....

    AM, fess up about the bike you didnt enjoy, your amongst friends, was it a Turner....

    I still think they should change the name from El G to El Caribou....... Would sell far more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by All Mountain
    In the mean time and in between time mount the Pearl in the coil position (if you haven't done so already).

    And, it would be good to see what the real difference is.

    Have you tried the Twenty6 Dualie Brake Lever ?~? Any better than DB lever ?~?
    I've got the dualies on both my bikes. If you look close at the picture you can see them.........they're polished prototypes for the Formula brakes. I'll tinker with the pivot placement and let you know my findings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whafe
    AM, fess up about the bike you didnt enjoy, your amongst friends, was it a Turner....

    I second that. There's plenty of good reviews around here. Personally if I wanted gum drops and pixy dust, I'd sit down on the crapper and grab an issue of MBA.

    Negative reviews are the most informative IMO.


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    what didn't you like about the guapo??

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    couple more photos

    I'll post the review tonight when I have time to type more.
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    Looking good Eric..... Have a demo coming from CC next weekend, to get a real grasp on the El G..... Am worried the Pearl will spoil the ride.... But looking forward to a weekend on a El G

    Look forward to reading your review later
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    Yeah Whafe, I think Ryan (our demo manager) got the bike cleaned and ready for you.........keep in mind that the Pearl does ramp up quite a lot at the end of the stroke, don't let that deter you from the overall ride. You may want to set the sag around 20% rather than the 30% I'm running and that will probably give the rear a better feel and back off on the Gate knob a bit, I'm running only 2 clicks on mine from full off.....I'm still waiting on my coil shock, hopefully it will be here next week enjoy the demo!
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    Sweet, those grips are rad. Lookin good man. Now ditch that shock and get a "Man's" shock on there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by E2@CC
    Yeah Whafe, I think Ryan (our demo manager) got the bike cleaned and ready for you.........keep in mind that the Pearl does ramp up quite a lot at the end of the stroke, don't let that deter you from the overall ride. You may want to set the sag around 20% rather than the 30% I'm running and that will probably give the rear a better feel and back off on the Gate knob a bit, I'm running only 2 clicks on mine from full off.....I'm still waiting on my coil shock, hopefully it will be here next week enjoy the demo!
    Sweet to hear Eric, the whole crew there have been awesome to deal with for this demo. Total cool cats..... Thanks for the word on the shock, am not going to let that deter me in any way from the bike, shocks can be changed, well as you are really....
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    Ultra-sharp looking Guapo you got there. I've been wanting to see some pics of the baby blue. The white bits really set it off. You need a white fork . Not sure about the mismatched turquoise grips and ano blue pedals. Maybe they look better in person. Otherwise, stunning. Edit: Now I see the blue ano spokes..... that ties in the pedals nicely. Schweet.

    Anxious to hear your ride report. Also looking forward to hearing what you have to say about your demo Whafe.
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    Ride report time:

    Here it is guys:
    First impression is the bike feels like you could nail any line you want to, whether it be steep or hitting a double at the jump trails, to nailing a skinny log ride. I've logged a few rides on it now in conditions ranging from singletrack to jumping off loading docks and scouring the new construction sites around my house to find piles of dirt, and ride rocky steep lines.
    I'm very impressed with the ride so far-nothing I would want to change (aside from the rear shock). On climbs the bike tracks very well even if I leave the front end at 160mm and don't use the travel adjust it hasn't felt as though the front would want to lift unwantingly. On the straight away sections of trail or with a slight transition you can tug the bars-lean back-and cover the rear brake because when you want it to, the front end will loft easily. With the lower BB height than I'm used to I find that I need to be more cautious about pedal strikes when hammering along on the flats (our trails here are littered with rocks and roots) this is both a positive and a negative. Positive because it rails corners easier and creates a super stable ride, and makes for some rock solid flight patterns. It's a negative becuase of the pedal strikes but once I get used to it it will be much better and I probably won't see it as a negative anymore.

    Overall trail performance is like you were riding a bike that was hardwired directly to your brain. Seriously. Slight shifts in body position don't seem to upset the rear end at all, I think this is due in large part to the lower leverage ratio on the bike. Point it where you want to go and it changes direction like a cat on carpet. I've taken a few sizeable drops and jumped a couple sets of stairs and the bike feels like it could take WAY more than what I've dished out to it so far. Riding position seems to be very centered on the bike when using a non setback seat post. Bunnyhops on this thing can't quite compare to bunnyhopping a DJ bike but the thing certainly does leap off of the ground with relatively little effort. Braking on a descent with tons of stutter bumps doesn't seem to make the rear end loose traction one bit, after you're braking on the descent load the suspension and get ready for the next turn, this thing will rocket you out of the corner and go directly where you point it. You almost have to ride this thing with reckless abandon to realize it's true potential as both a trail bike capable of tackling any terrain around, or a hucker bike. I need to get a chance to take this thing over a couple double jumps and see how she flies, but so far bump jumping roots,rocks, and curbs the thing feels very settled in the air. I even nailed a small wallride on it today......impressive!
    I will give another review when I get the coil on the rear and I'm sure it will feel way better than it already does. If you're in the market for a new 6" bike this thing needs to be on your very short list (and near the top, if not the TOP ) I don't want to make this too long so i'll stop for now, if you guys have any questions fire away! Ride On-E2
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    whoa! that thing looks fantastic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whafe
    Looking good Eric..... Have a demo coming from CC next weekend, to get a real grasp on the El G..... Am worried the Pearl will spoil the ride.... But looking forward to a weekend on a El G

    Look forward to reading your review later
    Whafe, that is exactly what I was thinking when I test ride an EG... but after my short ride, the pearl is not that bad after all ..

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    E2@cc, you got a really great looking bike cool color combi

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    Thanks for the report E2.

    I like the idea of a little more active rear suspension when pedalling and braking compared to my 6.6... but I do love how the 6.6 stiffens up when I stand and hammer.

    How does the EG do with standing and hammering?

    Thanks. Looking forward to the coil review. Are you going to Push the DHX?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KRob
    Thanks for the report E2.

    I like the idea of a little more active rear suspension when pedalling and braking compared to my 6.6... but I do love how the way the 6.6 stiffens up when I stand and hammer.

    How does the EG do with standing and hammering?

    Thanks. Looking forward to the coil review. Are you going to Push the DHX?

    Agreed--------nothing stiffens up under power better than a well designed VPP (after all it's pretty reliant on chain torque to give it the stiff ride) which is why some people complain about pedal kickback and what not . As far as I can tell there seems to be more movement under hard out of the saddle efforts (at least that's what the Pearl is telling me each time it screeches under compression) I wouldn't say it moves too much or that it's robbing me of any power output. I will say this though, it bunnyhops a lot easier than my 6.6 does, there is no need to run a crazy fast rebound to boost off the ground. As for pushing the DHX, I'm not sure if I will go that route-at least not right from the gun, I want to spend a few hours and get it dialed first then decide if it's worth the dinero to get it done. Expect a ful ride report once the coil is on, and some action shots should be following shortly as well. Ride On-E2
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    Fyi

    Just so you guys know I just got off of the phone with Titus and they informed me that use of the upper hole isn't going to work on the coil shock. Why you ask? Because the upper hole would yield a little different eye to eye measurement. The coil shock will use the same hole, and may require more bottom out resistance than the air shock would. Hopefully my shock will be in this week and I'll let you know how everything turns out. The guys @ Titus were impressed with the way the Guapo rides with the coil shock (rumor has it they have been testing it extensively) Ride On-E2
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    Quote Originally Posted by E2@CC
    ...Because the upper hole would yield a little different eye to eye measurement. The coil shock will use the same hole, and may require more bottom out resistance than the air shock would...
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    Quote Originally Posted by geolover
    geolovechild.... mommy doesn't let you use the 2nd hole?

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    Upper hole was designed around a prototype FOX shock. The upper hole will not be used at all now. The forward path of the seatstays would cause very slight contact with the under side of the top tube when in the upper mount position.
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    Quote Originally Posted by demo_slug
    geolovechild.... mommy doesn't let you use the 2nd hole?
    Yeah, you don't ask, you just use it and post the results...
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    Quote Originally Posted by demo_slug
    geolovechild.... mommy doesn't let you use the 2nd hole?
    LMFAO

    Sheesh DS, am in a meeting, just lost it with laughter......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warp
    Yeah, you don't ask, you just use it and post the results...
    Well the result I know is "no Babies"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whafe
    Well the result I know is "no Babies"
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    I've been using the 2nd hole, hittin it hard too!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by demo_slug
    geolovechild.... mommy doesn't let you use the 2nd hole?
    Lots of things are now off-limits now that we are married...

    Now there is another reason to not get married....and not get an El Guapoo....2nd hole is no-go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geolover
    Lots of things are now off-limits now that we are married...
    What?? Your wife does not allow you to have more caribou??

    Quote Originally Posted by geolover
    Now there is another reason to not get married....and not get an El Guapoo....2nd hole is no-go.
    You just gotta find the right e2e shock with a slightly shorter stroke and you're golden... Eric didn't mention if the e2e on the upper hole is longer or shorter (I may think it's longer), so maybe you just need the right shock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warp
    You just gotta find the right e2e shock with a slightly shorter stroke and you're golden... Eric didn't mention if the e2e on the upper hole is longer or shorter (I may think it's longer), so maybe you just need the right shock.

    There's always Push...
    Are you still talking about my wife here????
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    Lets stick to the muddy trails on our mountain bikes you guys, sheesh.......The forbidden trail is not one that is riddenn that often..........
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whafe
    Lets stick to the muddy trails on our mountain bikes you guys, sheesh.......The forbidden trail is not one that is riddenn that often..........
    Forbidden trail is muddy...


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    [QUOTE=Warp]Forbidden trail is muddy... QUOTE]

    I always go with the addage of "no babies" for me it didnt work just the once.....
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    Eric...

    Can you put deep headset cup on the El Guapo?? Any reaming to do or is the frame prepared?
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    A little clarification...

    Quote Originally Posted by E2@CC
    Upper hole was designed around a prototype FOX shock. The upper hole will not be used at all now. The forward path of the seatstays would cause very slight contact with the under side of the top tube when in the upper mount position.
    Hi,

    I wanted to take a moment to clarify some of the comments that were made by Eric regarding the use of a coil-over shock and the El Guapo.

    First I would like to briefly explain the original design goal of using two different rocker positions. The lower hole was designed to offer a more linear spring rate to compensate for the progressive nature of air sprung shocks. The upper hole placement was to create a more progressive spring rate because of the linear nature of a coil shock. Both rocker positions allow for 155mm of travel.

    Now with regards to the use of the second, “coil”, rocker position, we have seen a few cases in where manufacturing tolerances have not been maintained and in extreme cases the yoke of the upper swing arm has made contact with the top tube at full compression. This is not a wide spread situation, but something we have recently become aware of.

    What does this mean to you? Well, first of all it is by no means a cause of panic. We’ve gone back and re-examined the suspension design of the El Guapo. Along the way we have learned that two different shock mounting positions for air and coil is really an idea that was spawned from the early years of suspension when the shocks were not a technically advanced as they are now. The majority of coil shocks these days have so many adjustments including a bottom out adjustment which negates the need for a progressive ‘coil’ rocker mount. Because of these shock features, you can safely use a coil shock in the “Air” position without any adverse effects. As a matter of fact I just returned from a three day trip to Whistler with the El Guapo and two of the three days I ran a DHX coil in the “Air” setting and the bike behaved beautifully.

    As I mentioned earlier, this is not really a cause for panic. We just want to be cautious to make sure that you don’t damage your frame. As always, please feel free to contact me if you have any further questions.

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    You went to whizzler without a Zoke Roco

    Is it 155 mm travel or 160 mm travel as per website quick specs ?~?

    Second hole will be deleted for 08 ?~?

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