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    Carbon Burner, Carbon Burner, Carbon Burner....

    I'm just chanting and stomping my feel football game style in hopes that Dave will crank this one out....soonish. I think others agree here that a carbon Burner would be quite the ticket. I know it would bring me back.

    Keep chanting...Carbon Burner, Carbon Burner....
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    Carbon Burner doesn't sound very ecological...

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    Carbon Burner is a plant. Perfectly normal, doing what it was supposed to do!

    Bring on the bike too! :-)

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    Mach 6 is too heavy?

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    Carbon Spot 150 + travel,6lbs 650!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobo_krkk_NIN View Post
    Mach 6 is too heavy?
    Too obtainable.
    Last edited by Mrwhlr; 10-16-2013 at 10:08 AM. Reason: spieling, trolling...
    Nice KOM, sorry about your penis.

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    Gimme an F...

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    ooh me ne_t.........X

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    Carbon Burner, Carbon Burner, Carbon Burner....

    Quote Originally Posted by bobo_krkk_NIN View Post
    Mach 6 is too heavy?
    Mach 6 looks nice, but 2 problems. 1) I have seen a few threads where parts Pivot bikes less than 3 years old are not available and Pivot is not helpful. 2) Its not a Turner. Meanwhile, I will keep riding my TNT Spot until Turner has a 150-160mm 27.5 (not that big on 27.5, but it is clear that 27.5 is the new standard).


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cary View Post
    Mach 6 looks nice, but 2 problems
    Plus another problem 3. You cant run continuous cabling to the rear derailleur!

    What's that about? DT would not make this sort of mistake...David sweats the detail as we all know, time well spent in development...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cary View Post
    Mach 6 looks nice, but 2 problems. 1) I have seen a few threads where parts Pivot bikes less than 3 years old are not available and Pivot is not helpful. 2) Its not a Turner. Meanwhile, I will keep riding my TNT Spot until Turner has a 150-160mm 27.5 (not that big on 27.5, but it is clear that 27.5 is the new standard).


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    I got the read on the Mach 6. OP has been going bonkers on the Mach 6 weight over a Pivot forum hence my post.

    You should try a Burner...

    Boo

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    Carbon Burner, Carbon Burner, Carbon Burner....

    Quote Originally Posted by bobo_krkk_NIN View Post
    I got the read on the Mach 6. OP has been going bonkers on the Mach 6 weight over a Pivot forum hence my post.

    You should try a Burner...

    Boo
    I agree but waiting for the rfx gives me a good excuse not to buy a burner now. While my wife is patient, in the last year having bought my son a Santa Cruz Nickel, built him a hard tail, plus a used norco for me and giant faith for him for downhilling, plus a used Aprilia Caponord motorcycle, I have used up my goodwill for the year.
    Riding slowly since 1977.

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    Aluminum RFX 275, Aluminum RFX 275, Aluminum RFX 275, eff plastic bikes..

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