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    Another 303... THis one is MINE though!!!

    Finally

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    42.3lbs on a good scale. Not so bad although significantely heavier than my old Cuervo!!

    Can't wait to ride it! tomorrow. Saturday, Sunday. Monday... We should be like old friends very quickly

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    Every time I see a 303 I just think they really have a chance to be a revolutionary trend. I haven't ridden one, but the concept it is built around really seems interesting to me.

    Great looking bike, congrats.

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    Gorgeous!!!! Congrats.

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    Great looking bike but it didn't look funny if you need to clean it.

    Later
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    Ahhhh....ain't nuttin' like a bit of morning wood to start off a Friday!!!!


    SOB the 303 is just a sweet ass looking bike!
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    great looking rig, i had started to think they were an urban myth!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaD
    Great looking bike but it didn't look funny if you need to clean it.

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    yeah, I wonder how this rails are going to work in mud, etc. how much maintenance htey gonna need, and how long are they going to work properly......
    Passion beyond reason!

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    Dat mah bike, punk!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SlimYeti
    100% Bad Ass

    pure pimp insanity. you've attained 2006 DH nirvana
    every thread needs an uploaded image of one kind or another.

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    my gawd that thing is bad! Sick build....can't wait to see one in action.....
    Wait until Spring Bandini

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    Do you like the go-ride crown? How much did it lower the front?

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    Quote Originally Posted by doug987
    Do you like the go-ride crown? How much did it lower the front?

    It's pretty sweet. I am not sure how much it lowers the front but i have the fork on the 8" setting and it feels pretty nice so far. I was mostly interested in the integrated stem as I hate having my stem twist during a DH run as I have in the past

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    It's posts like this that make me wish I were a DHer

    That thing is fncking sick. I wish I had that bike, a full face helmet, goggles, all sorts of guards, triple-layered gloves, cycle boots, and a friend to drive me to the top for a six pack.

    If I were more than an XCer, I'd be pawning my pancreas on Ebay to buy right now.
    Eat, ride, eat, rest, repeat.

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    the rail system really seems like a step forward from most of the stuff out there...i wonder if they will make a trail bike version of it..

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    a recent rumor is that they will...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bpatterson6
    a recent rumor is that they will...
    I wonder if that's a good idea, since rail system seems to be heavy, isn't it ?
    Passion beyond reason!

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    Mani, I just figured out this was you - nice to officially meet you up at I Street last night. (me: brown ASX, Shiver). And really nice to see that bike in person...looked fuggin sweeet!

    You gotta sack up and hit lefty! You've got more than enough skillz...next time

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    Any chance I can put your pics in the 303 gallery on yetifan?

    http://www.yetifan.com/your_303.html

    not ridden a 303 yet, but can't wait to try it. I've heard nothing but good things.

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    Good job! Its behind you

    Just think Mr YETIFAN there could be a 303 on your back within the next couple of weeks gunning you down the Avalanch cup course.
    As you try to catch that SCOTT.
    After the 303 has passed you there will be about 4 seconds to admire the bike!

    and that is one bad ass monster of a bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yetifan
    Any chance I can put your pics in the 303 gallery on yetifan?
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    For sure! I am not ashamed of my bike

    (15 more minutes and and I up to Deer Valley on it!! )

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    dude hows the maintenance on that thing? in terms of keepin the rails clean and oiled and what not? I've got mine comin in like 3-4 weeks. I cant wait, so excited
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    I have a Cuervo now and I've been looking at getting a new frame. I have a medium, and have been thinking about getting a large instead. But the 303 is on my wish list and since you went from a Cuervo to this, what's your total impression. (I love the way my Cuervo handles, will I like the 303?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Cliffy
    I have a Cuervo now and I've been looking at getting a new frame. I have a medium, and have been thinking about getting a large instead. But the 303 is on my wish list and since you went from a Cuervo to this, what's your total impression. (I love the way my Cuervo handles, will I like the 303?)
    the 303 is VERY different from the 303. Whereas the cuervo is superplush and gobbles everything, the 303 has a lot of feedback from the ground and is much firmer (Yes I played a LOT with the settings). The 303 is great at highspeed while the cuervo loves the twisties. THe 303 sprints better hands down.

    In the end I am still trying to adjust.. It is a very different bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mani_UT
    the 303 is VERY different from the 303. Whereas the cuervo is superplush and gobbles everything, the 303 has a lot of feedback from the ground and is much firmer (Yes I played a LOT with the settings). The 303 is great at highspeed while the cuervo loves the twisties. THe 303 sprints better hands down.

    In the end I am still trying to adjust.. It is a very different bike!

    Yo Mani, youre from go-ride right? Just curious haha

    My real question is though what kind of grease do you use to lube the linear cars? I know it says like white lightning but not sure where to find it. and also does it come with the syringe to lube them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by acdcfan1283
    Yo Mani, youre from go-ride right? Just curious haha

    My real question is though what kind of grease do you use to lube the linear cars? I know it says like white lightning but not sure where to find it. and also does it come with the syringe to lube them?

    I don't work for Go-ride but I am part of the local team.
    You can find White lightning grease just about everywhere (hardware store). You need to buy the syringe somewhere else though.
    I try to really clean up the rails good after every ride. I don't know if it is THAT important but Yeti says do it so I do it

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