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    asr5c
    fox float 120rlc 15mm
    mavic crossmax
    formula rx , avid xx rotors 160/183
    sram xo group
    thompson x4
    ritchey superlogic low riser
    thompson elite seat back
    fizik gobi xm
    rocket ron 2,25

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    Fantastic bike.
    Fox 120-150 talas
    Haven carbon bar
    Crossmax st wheelset
    Conti Mountain King 2.4 ust Tires
    Reverb drop post
    45mm Syncros stem
    Sram XO 1X10 Chainguide
    Chip kit here in a few days.
    26.75#
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    I'd hit it, but I bruise like a peach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monkeynuts View Post
    Yeah it's hard to get decent pics of the carbon. Good camera managed it.

    More spec info:

    2011 Yeti ASR5-Carbon (Small) / Fox RP23
    2011 Fox Float RLC (140mm)
    2012 Sram XO Groupset w XX Cranks
    2012 Crossmax ST Wheelset (15QR Front & 142mm XTR QR Rear)
    XG-1080 Cassette
    Rocket Ron / Conti Lightweight Tubes
    Thomson Masterpiece Post
    Selle Italia SLR Seat
    Easton EA 70 XC Carbon Bars
    EA 90 Stem (70mm)
    WTB Grips
    CB Candy 3 Pedals
    HSX Rotors
    I've been jacking around with mine and now I am at 23.06 lbs. Couldn't allow your's to weigh less than mine.




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    2012

    I've had this for a month or so but haven't seen many new frames on here so here it is:

    size small with a 120 SID world cup

    Stan's Crest wheelset W/ front and rear thru axles.

    older XTR group from my ASR-SL

    23.5 lbs as it sits(2.25 Ardent EXO's set-up tubeless), but I had it at 22.4 with conti Race King 2.2 Supersonics.

    Just waiting on a wider Easton bar...

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    And oh yeah, this thing f@*kin' rips !

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    Quote Originally Posted by bpnic View Post
    Fantastic bike.
    Fox 120-150 talas
    Haven carbon bar
    Crossmax st wheelset
    Conti Mountain King 2.4 ust Tires
    Reverb drop post
    45mm Syncros stem
    Sram XO 1X10 Chainguide
    Chip kit here in a few days.
    26.75#
    Sick bike. How are you routing your reverb cables. If you have any pics I would love to see them.

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    I see more and more people seem to build up ASR5s with 150mm forks, though its designed for up to 140mm.
    I'm thinking of doing the same, - ie. a 150mm trail or light enduro build (Medium build) with low rise bars and probably 150mm revelation world cups.
    Does the bike ride well with a 150mm fork?
    Interested to hear from anyone who is currently riding this set up....
    Thanks

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    I run a Talas with 130mm-150mm, but I often leave it on 150mm and it works fine for me, I don't feel like it slacks the head angle too much, doesn't feel slugginsh on steering, and, doesn't make me stand on steep climbs too much either. I run a short stem too (75mm) which tends to exacerbate weight back on steep climbs, but, still feels ok to me.

    However, I should warn that prior to that I was riding this same fork on a much older frame built for 2in travel, so my perceptions are skewed, might feel sluggish/backseat to a normal person

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    Quote Originally Posted by rubystreet View Post
    I've had this for a month or so but haven't seen many new frames on here so here it is:


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    Nice built , the carbon version is too expensive for me, planning to get the ASR 5 alloy soon.

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    Made some changes, so posting new specs:

    ASR5C Black Large with Fox RP23
    Fox 32 Float 140 FIT RLC
    SRAM X0 2X10
    Race Face Next SL Carbon Bars
    Race Face Evolve 70mm Stem
    Lizard Skins Moab Grips
    2012 Rock Shox Reverb 125mm
    Fizik Gobi XM Saddle
    Crank Brothers Mallet 2 Peddals
    Mavic Crossmax ST Wheels
    Schwalbe Rocket Ron 2.25in












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    Quote Originally Posted by rubystreet View Post
    2012 - I've had this for a month or so but haven't seen many new frames on here so here it is:

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    Any improvements in the 2012 weight or otherwise? (Besides a much bigger '5' on the head tube :P )

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    i put some shimano stuff on mine and it rides pretty good.


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    Finally recieved my Yeti ASR 5 alloy, after many months of saving.

    The specs are as follows :
    ASR 5 alloy small size
    Full Sram XO drivetrain except for XTR FD
    Fox 32 Talas 140 RLC
    Ritchey Carbon WCS riser bar
    Ritchey Carbon WCS stem
    Chris KIng headset
    Raceface Next SL seatpost
    Selle Italia SL saddle
    KMC Ti SL chain
    Crossmax SLR
    Schwalbe Racing Ralph 2.25 tires
    Xpedo pedals

    Total weight of bike : 11.31kg (24.88 lbs)











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    Mostly a "stock" race XT kit on mine. Couple of parts swapped out, here's the skinny...

    '10 AS-R5 frame
    Fox Float 32 at 140mm travel
    XT drivetrain/brakes
    CK headset
    Thompson stem
    Sunline OS-ONE DH bars 745mm width
    IncrediBell (only the best, yo!)
    Joplin 4
    Yeti SDG Ti Fly C saddle
    Keepin' it Real(er) Old School Shimano DX Pedals (circa '98-ish?)
    DT Swiss FR1750 wheels with limited Yeti turquoise decals
    Schwalbe Nobby Nic's front and rear, setup with teh tubelessness



    No idea on weight, guessing ~30# or so. Not the heaviest girl in class, but far from the lightest. Built for comfort AND speed, unidirectionally speaking. It's neither going up, necessarily, and that's alright.
    The older I get, the faster I was.





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    Here is my new toy, 2012 ASR5a frame running 2x10 and quite a few bits off my old Trance, not as bling a build as some here, but still an amazing ride! Such a good bike. Tempted to try a shorter stem, and after the speed of my first ride on it I'm tempted to get some better brakes - the rear hose from my old bike was a little too short so it is bodged through the dropper guide and a zip tie on the upper stay for now. Loving the Renthal Fat Bars too.


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    After waiting over a month for my Crossmax ST's here's mine...
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    Trucker tries to be modest, but he ain't slow in the climb- that bell is to warn others that you're about to be passed

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    Here's mine, it has a Gravity Dropper on it now and some TIME pedals but other than that it is the same as in these shots. This is my second ASR 5 and I was lucky enough to get the last lime that Yet had Comes in right at 28 lbs with dropper





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    A few pics of mine, ready to race (Transvésubienne in France):


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    Turquiose ASR 5

    Turquoise Beast.

    Fox 32 CTD 2013
    Chris King Headset
    Hope Pro Evo 2 Hubs
    Loaded skewer
    HT AE02 pedals
    Kenda Nevagal
    Stan's Arch rims
    Easton Haven bar and stems
    XT Drivetrain / Shifters / ICE Rotors

    Next upgrade RP23 !
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    XL 2011 ASR5c frames are still avail on Comp Cyclist for $1098!

    Buy Yeti ASR5 Carbon Frameset - Competitive Cyclist

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    Posted by udinodin:
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    Turquoise Beast.
    .....

    Next upgrade RP23 !
    You have the 2013 Fox shock and want to 'upgrade' to an RP23 - what's up with the new CTD shock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JHwick View Post
    Posted by udinodin:


    You have the 2013 Fox shock and want to 'upgrade' to an RP23 - what's up with the new CTD shock?
    I think he was talking about his fork being a 32 series CTD 2013 model, not his shock.

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    Ahhh I get it now... I just thought the ASR5 always came with an RP23 and that threw me!

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    It came with RP2.

    Had my 3rd ride on it today and had great time, RP 2 is fine for now...and very happy with set up. The 2013 CTD is really easy to use.

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    Hello all, this is my first post and I've been watching this thread with interest.

    I'm just finishing my ASR5c and can't wait for the final components to arrive in the post so I can get out and ride it (even though the weather sucks in the UK at present).

    Can anyone recommend any carbon headset spacers like the lacquered ones Yeti use and like those featured on some of the bikes in this post?

    Cheers

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    Forgot to add, here is my spec so far, just waiting on pedals, front tyre and the Hope/Stans tubeless kit...

    FRAME - YETI ASR-5 C FACTORY RP23 (142MM x 12MM AXLE)(LARGE)(CARBON/TURQUOISE)
    FORK - FOX 32 FLOAT 140 FACTORY FIT CTD KASHIMA TS QR15 (WHITE)
    HEADSET - HOPE (BLACK)
    CRANKSET - SHIMANO XT (26-38) (BLACK) (175MM)
    BOTTOM BRACKET - SHIMANO XT HOLLOWTECH II
    FRONT DER - SHIMANO XT (BLACK)
    REAR DER - SHIMANO XT 10SPD (BLACK)
    SHIFTERS - SHIMANO XTR 10SPD
    CASSETTE - SHIMANO XT 10SPD (11-36)
    CHAIN - SHIMANO 10SPD
    WHEELS - HOPE PRO II EVO-STANS FLOW
    TIRES - CONTINENTAL RUBBER QUEEN UST 2.2 F / X-KING PROTECTION 2.2 R
    BRAKES/LEVERS - SHIMANO XT (BLACK)
    ROTORS - SHIMANO XT ICE-TECH 180MM F / 160MM R
    HANDLEBAR - EASTON HAVEN CARBON
    STEM - THOMSON X4 (50MM) (BLACK)
    GRIPS - YETI LOCK-ON (BLACK)
    SADDLE - FIZIK GOBI (BLACK)
    SEATPOST - ROCKSHOX REVERB
    PEDALS - SHIMANO XT TRAIL

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    Got sick of climbing during long rides with the ASR7, so I snagged a used 2010 ASR5C.
    After a couple of rides I'm completely in love with this bike. The 7 is gonna collect some dust, lol.

    It's a standard XT Race build. Made a few additions in my week of ownership:
    2x9 with e13 bashguard
    Upgraded rear hub to 36 step.
    2012 XT trail pedals
    Weighs 26.01 lbs.
    I'd eventually like to get it down to 23/24lbs.



    Here's a picture with its bigger brother:


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    My Lime five with green I9s.



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    Just cracked my 2011 giant trance advanced in half. Been riding giant or a long time. Giant gave me a new frame and I sold it to get a Yeti.. Just bought a new 2013 ASR 5c. Will post pics once it's built.

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    My ASR-5

    Complete custom build.... so much faster than my Giant VT-2.

    ASR-5 Alloy
    ZTR Flow w/i9 Hubs (red)
    Fox CTD Front and Rear Suspension
    All X9 2x10
    DMR Vault Pedals (red)
    BB7 Brakes (I like mech's)
    Fizik Alliante XM Saddle
    Truvativ Stylo T40 White Bar
    Truvativ Stylo T20 post w/Salsa clamp (red)
    ODI Yeti lock on grips (red locks)
    Schwalbe Nobby Nic (tubeless)

    It's currently using a Scott stem; wanted to try the 90mm before ordering the shiny Hope XC stem (in red). Will post an updated pic when that gets in.

    The builder took some good photos as well ... will post them when I get them. So far, I've had to double check my riding times as it has shaved 5 to 10 minutes off my usual - without even trying.

    Couldn't be happier with the way it rides... climbs like a beast, descends like it's nothing. The best part is I keep thinking "oh yea, here comes that part of the trail I hate..." - then a few minutes later I think "wasn't there some part of this trail I hated?". It just goes over whatever I point it at.
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    Hi everyone,

    Newbie here! What size are your frames Underworld and Jeremy R?

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    I got a small. I'm 5'8" - compared the sizing to the VT-2 16.5" I was riding, and this matched the best. Also, the ASR 5 is naturally longer than the VT-2 anyway, so I didn't want a bike that was too stretched out, at least compared to what I was used to.

    Fit wise, it feels great. I have the Truvativ Stylo T40 bar - which is a 700mm bar, compared to the Titec Hellbent at 670mm or so - and it feels very wide. I'm going to have it trimmed in a bit, I think.

    Also - here's a few more pix.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xpeppyx View Post
    Got sick of climbing during long rides with the ASR7, so I snagged a used 2010 ASR5C.
    After a couple of rides I'm completely in love with this bike. The 7 is gonna collect some dust, lol.

    It's a standard XT Race build. Made a few additions in my week of ownership:
    2x9 with e13 bashguard
    Upgraded rear hub to 36 step.
    2012 XT trail pedals
    Weighs 26.01 lbs.
    I'd eventually like to get it down to 23/24lbs.



    Here's a picture with its bigger brother:

    Man, the 7 makes the 5 look like a toy! Could it be the hammer holding you back on climbs?

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    Bike looks sweet Underworld, can anyone post some pics of Large frames?

    In Lime if they can!

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    Not the best photo, but here is my ASR5c.



    Parts include:
    Fork - Fox F-Series 120
    Rear Shock - Fox Float RP23
    Saddle - Chromag Moon
    Seat Post - RockShox Reverb
    Headset - Cane Creek XX II
    Wheels - Easton Havon AL
    Brakes - Hope Tech M4 (front), X2 (rear)
    Cranks - Truvativ XX
    Shifters - Sram XO
    Rear Derailleur - Sram XO
    Front Derailleur - Sram XO
    Rear Cassette - Sram XO
    Handlebar - Raceface SixC
    Stem - Thompson

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    36 on a 5

    I need to be told I am nuts with romantic ideals about my capabilities. I was thinking about putting a fox 36 float - reduced to 120mm on my Yeti 5. I have a 140 Talas with 9mm QR and straight steerer and obviously it is piss weak for a 6.5 / 240lbs big bloke. Are tapered and 15mm forks ample. Most of my trails are well groomed and I dont launch off massive stunts. This is my one off roader and need a sanity check on whether the added 2 kgs is really worth it.
    I figure with the longer A2C of a 36 - 120mm would be around 135mm on a regular 32.
    any thoughts folks
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnd663 View Post
    I need to be told I am nuts with romantic ideals about my capabilities. I was thinking about putting a fox 36 float - reduced to 120mm on my Yeti 5. I have a 140 Talas with 9mm QR and straight steerer and obviously it is piss weak for a 6.5 / 240lbs big bloke. Are tapered and 15mm forks ample. Most of my trails are well groomed and I dont launch off massive stunts. This is my one off roader and need a sanity check on whether the added 2 kgs is really worth it.
    I figure with the longer A2C of a 36 - 120mm would be around 135mm on a regular 32.
    any thoughts folks
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    hmm, interesting problem. I think the primary driver of stiffness will be the 32 vs 36 choice, the second biggest impact will be qr vs 15mm vs 20mm, and third the tapered steerer. I have a straight 1 1/8 steerer tube on my front (b/c I moved the fork over from another bike) and comparing to yetis in the shop with a proper 1.5 tapered on the front, I can't really feel a big difference. But, haven't seen any on that, I could be wrong.

    IMHO, don't waste your time trying to modify a 36 float down to 120mm. you're saying a modded 36 will have an A2C comparable to a 135 mm fork? There is no way to mod a fork and reduce the A2C to exactly match the travel? If true, head angle and geometry will be fine, but you're holding back the bike basically. Its a big compromise just to get to a beefier fork that doesn't screw up the geometry of the bike.

    So . . . I guess 2013 36 talas is out, b/c its 120-160, neither work for this bike. There might be a fork from rockshox or marzochi with oversize legs and 140 or 150mm travel. If you can't find anything, I say go with a 32 float or talas, 140-150, 15mm+, tapered. Yes this will be a little flexy for a guy your size but the seems better than the modded 36 option to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddprocter View Post
    hmm, interesting problem. I think the primary driver of stiffness will be the 32 vs 36 choice, the second biggest impact will be qr vs 15mm vs 20mm, and third the tapered steerer. I have a straight 1 1/8 steerer tube on my front (b/c I moved the fork over from another bike) and comparing to yetis in the shop with a proper 1.5 tapered on the front, I can't really feel a big difference. But, haven't seen any on that, I could be wrong.

    IMHO, don't waste your time trying to modify a 36 float down to 120mm. you're saying a modded 36 will have an A2C comparable to a 135 mm fork? There is no way to mod a fork and reduce the A2C to exactly match the travel? If true, head angle and geometry will be fine, but you're holding back the bike basically. Its a big compromise just to get to a beefier fork that doesn't screw up the geometry of the bike.

    So . . . I guess 2013 36 talas is out, b/c its 120-160, neither work for this bike. There might be a fork from rockshox or marzochi with oversize legs and 140 or 150mm travel. If you can't find anything, I say go with a 32 float or talas, 140-150, 15mm+, tapered. Yes this will be a little flexy for a guy your size but the seems better than the modded 36 option to me.
    Great advice and well thought out reply - thanks very much mate, think I will take your words of wisdom

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    scored some new haven wheels.


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    Quote Originally Posted by hairstream View Post
    scored some new haven wheels.

    Awesome, would love to find a way to get these. AM rated, and what, 1500g or something? Did you weigh em before you installed?

    But very pricey

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnd663 View Post
    I need to be told I am nuts with romantic ideals about my capabilities. I was thinking about putting a fox 36 float - reduced to 120mm on my Yeti 5. I have a 140 Talas with 9mm QR and straight steerer and obviously it is piss weak for a 6.5 / 240lbs big bloke. Are tapered and 15mm forks ample. Most of my trails are well groomed and I dont launch off massive stunts. This is my one off roader and need a sanity check on whether the added 2 kgs is really worth it.
    I figure with the longer A2C of a 36 - 120mm would be around 135mm on a regular 32.
    any thoughts folks
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    How about buying a new set of 15QR lowers for the 140 Talas that you have and using them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddprocter View Post
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    1471g.

    The big UST Ground Controls are pretty weighty, though. I swapped the King/717 wheels over to my ASRC.

    Couldn't be happier with these wheels. Didn't even think about them on the way down the staircase section at Deer Creek. Will give Apex a go tomorrow.

    I've heard horror stories about the rear hub blowing up. Supposed to be cured with this new rev? Yeah, spendy.

    Love the 5. I scored a demo SB66 for the Tribe weekend (totally endo'd leading Joey S down one of the Vail trails). Still like my 5 better.

    Next up, dropper?

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    My LBS received my new ASR5c frame last week. I was expecting it to have the outgoing Adaptive Logic RP23 but was surprised when it arrived with the new CTD shock.

    I still have a few things to tweak but even with only one ride on it I can say that it is absolutely excellent!!

    My build is as follows (a lot of the parts have come off my HT that this replaces):

    FRAME - ASR5c CTD RP23 (M) (Black/White)
    FORK - Rock Shox Reba 120mm RLT-Ti 20mm Maxle
    HEADSET - Acros AX-06R (White)
    CRANKSET - Race Face Deus (22/32/Bash)
    BOTTOM BRACKET - Hope S/Steel
    FRONT DER - Shimano XT M771
    REAR DER - Shimano XT M772 9-spd
    SHIFTERS - Shimano XT M770
    CASSETTE - Shimano XT M770 9-spd
    CHAIN - Shimano XTR 9-spd
    WHEELS - Hope Pro2 DT XR400 20mm/142mm
    TIRES - Schwalbe Nobby Nic Snakeskin 2.4 (F), 2.25 (R)
    BRAKES/LEVERS - Shimano XT M775 w/M785 levers
    ROTORS - Shimano RT75 180mm/160mm F/R
    HANDLEBAR - Race Face SixC 725mm
    STEM - Race Face Turbine 70mm
    GRIPS - ODI Cross trainers
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    Mounting of my my Yeti ASR5-C replacement is finished. Will keep you posted for comparison.

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    Lovely bike @hairstream. Where did you source the WTB Devo Yeti saddle?

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    Interested in your thoughts about Shimano clutch mechs as well. My ASR5C is running 2x10 XT but it does and can throw it's chain. Especially on rougher, longer descents.

    I'm considering a clutch mech or an E13 chain guide. Just wondering what others are using?

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    I'm diggin' mine. I first swapped out the RD on my 5. Liked it so much I did the same thing on my ASR. No noticeable stiffness in shifting, even with the clutch turned up. I'm sold.

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    My ASR5c out last weekend

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    Do you guys think is good or a tad small?

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    There are certainly a lot of spacers underneath the stem. I believe you should never have anymore than 30mm according to the manufacturers guidance.

    It doesn't matter if I think it's good or small? It's whether you are comfortable riding it.

    Apart from @hairstream is anyone else running a 'clutch' rear mech or dual chain guide?

    Not sure whether to opt for a Shimano XT Shadow+ rear mech or E13 TRS+ chain guide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgfjd12 View Post
    Do you guys think is good or a tad small?

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    If your Lebron James and really want to ride a Yeti and this is the best you can do with an XL, yes, it is good to go. Otherwise, it's way too small for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingofbiscuits View Post
    There are certainly a lot of spacers underneath the stem. I believe you should never have anymore than 30mm according to the manufacturers guidance.

    It doesn't matter if I think it's good or small? It's whether you are comfortable riding it.

    Apart from @hairstream is anyone else running a 'clutch' rear mech or dual chain guide?

    Not sure whether to opt for a Shimano XT Shadow+ rear mech or E13 TRS+ chain guide.
    I have been running the XTR Shadow Plus, with no chain guide since the spring (on my ASR-7). Have yet to drop a chain! I ride technical trails with substantial drops, rolls and tech climbs, it it has performed flawlessly.
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    Cheers scarsandtears, I might see if my LBS can loan me one to demo before I decide which to buy. Although I hear good things about the Shadow+ mechs surely a chain guide close to the cranks would perform better.

    That said, obviously a chain guide is an extra device were as a clutch mech is not.

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    Here's my build, first Yeti bike and lovin it
    FRAME - YETI ASR-5 FACTORY RP2 (142MM x 12MM AXLE)(SMALL)
    FORK - FOX 32 FLOAT 140 FACTORY FIT KASHIMA TS QR
    HEADSET -CRANECREEK)
    CRANKSET - SRAM XT (26-38) (BLACK) (175MM)
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    REAR DER - SRAM X9 10SPD
    SHIFTERS - SRAM X9 10SPD
    CASSETTE - SRAM 1070 10SPD (11-36)
    CHAIN - KMC 10SPD
    WHEELS - EASTON EA90 XC UST
    BRAKES/LEVERS - AVID
    HANDLEBAR - CRANKBROTHERS IODINE
    STEM - TRIVIATIV
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    PEDALS - CRANKBROTHERS


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    Asr 5

    Here's mine!
    ASR 5 Alloy
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    Beautiful bike max_lombardy. I love the seat. Waiting for Yeti to start selling it on their website.

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    Just got an ASR 5 (blue frame)... Anyone know the cheapest way to get the yeti drop out clips and Shimano axle? I'm putting a set of Shimano XT wheels on my ASR 5 with 142 x 12 hubs.. Thanks!
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    Thanks!!!!

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    I need help. I bought a Medium 2012 Yeti ASR-5 C with RP23 rear shock.

    I weight 210 lbs and the bike needs more propedal in the firmer setting.( the shock is setup to 210 psi, 20% sag, and bobs during climbs) I ride the bike in the firm propedal setting for everything. Any other setting is too soft.
    I am about to send the shock to Fox for revalving. The settings in my shock are boost valve 150 psi, rebound Medium, velocity tune F. Does anybody know if the large or extra large yeti have different shock settings?

    Do you have any tune recommendations for a heavier aggressive rider like me?

    The shock is close to my liking but during aggressive climbing, the shock has too much movement.

    I appreciate any help.

    The Propedal works good for lighter riders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgfjd12 View Post
    "I weight 210 lbs and the bike needs more propedal in the firmer setting.( the shock is setup to 210 psi, 20% sag, and bobs during climbs) I ride the bike in the firm propedal setting for everything. "
    Just to make sure that, by the "firmer" setting in Propedal you have it on 3 aligned with the Propedal knob, correct?

    Have you called or emailed the folks at Push by chance, and discussed what you are looking for? Aside from Fox they might be the next best resource.

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    I set the knob in the firmest setting. I called Fox and they can revalve for $85. Push is ok but the new fox shocks can be easily customizable by fox if you know what you want.
    I know some bike manufactures change the rear shock setting based on frame size because of the different rider weights.
    The propedal initial stiffness is not the same for 180lbs rider compared to a 210lbs rider.
    I would need advise if the boost valve PSI and rebound should be left alone or if Yeti specify stiffness settings for bigger frames.

    Thanks

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    Yeti ASR5 Alloy Enduro Build


    This is my Yeti that I have had for a few weeks now. Basically stock.
    Fox RP23 Kashima Coating
    Fox 140 RLC Kashima Coating.
    DT Swiss M1900 wheelset
    Nobby Nics
    Command Post Dropper
    X9/X7 drivetrain

    Soon to have...
    XT Cranks,
    Holzfeller 730 bars 40mm rise ( Raceface 725mm 20mm rise currently),
    Maybe a new wheelset (DT's are nice just kinda heavy...)
    Playing around with stems between 60mm and 100mm. I am kinda leaning towards a longer stem.
    The saddle in the pic is a Specialized Phenom, which I normally love, but on this bike it just doesn't work. So I have a WTB Rocket V on it now and that seems to be a better fit.

    I am still working on the getting the cockpit straightened out. Its getting close but still needs some tweaks, which is why the bike is in the trainer. At 5'11", I am kinda in between a large and medium and ended up getting a medium, but I am feeling a little cramped/stinkbuggy on it.
    I have been riding only 29ers for the past two plus years and I wanted something a little smaller and nimble; not so long. I have to admit, I kinda have to relearn how to ride a 26er. 29ers carry a lot of momentum and kinda plow through stuff where as on this bike, I have to be more careful with line selection. I think the bike pedals great and seems to handle really well. I don't know if I am getting rid of my FSR 29er just yet, but the Yeti seems to have been a great choice for a 5" 26er.
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    Fellow ASR5 owners,

    I have been riding my ASR5c for a few months, I love it! I am now wondering about chainguide options. Currently I am running 3x10 but contemplating switching to 2x10 or 1x10 with a chainguide/pulley and maybe running a shorter cage RD in order to reduce chain noise and possibly save a little weight. Anyone here running 2x10 or 1x10 with a guide on their ASR5? Any that work better than others?

    Thanks!

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    Ejhorn, I just bought a xt 2x10 setup and I'm going to be running the mid cage shadow plus xt rear derailleur. I plan on having it all set up by the weekend and I will let you know how it goes as I am hoping to be able to run with this setup without having to resort to a chain guide.

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    I've bought a ASR 5, with the fox rp2, and I'm going to ride it tomorrow for the first time, can some one tell me how mani psi do you use in the rear shock? I weight 70 kgs, a bit more with gear...thanks!

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    There are already many threads on this topic, but the general formula is 1/2 your body weight in PSI. I weigh 150# and use 75 psi in my shock. That's at least a starting point

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    Your body weight in pounds. Maybe a few more psi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by max_lombardy View Post
    There are already many threads on this topic, but the general formula is 1/2 your body weight in PSI. I weigh 150# and use 75 psi in my shock. That's at least a starting point
    That sounds pretty good for the fork but not the shock

    Quote Originally Posted by mgfjd12 View Post
    Your body weight in pounds. Maybe a few more psi.
    Agreed. Start there and then adjust by sag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgfjd12 View Post
    Your body weight in pounds. Maybe a few more psi.
    This

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    thanks for your help, I've runned with 145 psi and my weight is 150, so I will probably put 10 more psi, because I think I'm running it with a lot of sag...




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    I have found about 10mm to be perfect

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    Half body weight for the shock? Anyway the main thing is sag. I like between 25 and 20%. My riding área is more cross country, more aggressive terrain you might. Need more

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    Anybody got an idea about brake hose length for a large asr5 front and rear. Ready to switch out the elixer 5 for a set of xt and will probably order pre bled. Thanks

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    Yeah I need to know too! I have medium. Elixir 5's SUCK. I rode today and I was getting turkey gobble and random whirring sound. I never have those issues with my SLX brakes that I have on my 29er.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nerofinis View Post
    Anybody got an idea about brake hose length for a large asr5 front and rear. Ready to switch out the elixer 5 for a set of xt and will probably order pre bled. Thanks
    Just go with the length of your stock Elixer 5's give or take a bit if you like the way the lines are run and sit. I usually use a piece of fishing line, as it is fairly sturdy and does not give when pulled straight, which would change the measurement like regular string would. I run it along the line if I am not sure of the length, as you can attach it with some scotch tape. When I am done, I just measure the section of fishing line to get my length, that is if I did not know the length right offhand. Also that measurement is from the master cylinder outlet hose Fitting, all the way to the banjo bolt head - this is how I did it to retrofit braided lines made to order.

    If not just call up Yeti in the morning, they might be able to tell you what they spec.

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    It is actually VERY easy to shorten the brake lines for shimano brakes. Did this myself when replacing the elixir 5s that came with my ASR5 with XTs.

    Google "cutting shimano brake lines" and a shimano pdf should show up showing you how to do this (I would post the link but mtbr.com will not let me).

    Took no more than 15 mins per brake, does not require bleeding the lines to do this.

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    Here is a picture of my 5 in it's current state. Recently updated 2x10 XT drive 38/26 front and 11/36 rear with shadow plus rear derailleur. I have about 140 miles on this setup and have yet to drop a chain and the bike is now virtually silent. Needless to say I am beyond stoked.
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    Nerofinis what size frame is that?

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    Nice feedback @nerofinis, Santa has sourced me an XTR Shadow + rear mech to compliment my XT 2x10 (38/26) drivetrain. I was suffering with chain drop in fast, technical sections so I'm looking forward to seeing if it cures it.

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    6 feet tall, Large frame with a 50 mm stem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingofbiscuits View Post
    Nice feedback @nerofinis, Santa has sourced me an XTR Shadow + rear mech to compliment my XT 2x10 (38/26) drivetrain. I was suffering with chain drop in fast, technical sections so I'm looking forward to seeing if it cures it.
    Nice KOB, I am actually running a medium cage which shimano rates 35T capacity and my drive is 37T but it works well. If you decide to go with a medium cage be careful with chain length.

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    @nerofinis, yeah thanks, I was struggling to decide with what to go for in regards to mech length, GS (medium - 35T) or SGS (long - 41T). I read GS for 2x10 and SGS for 3x10. I also found the original bike receipt/bike spec and the shop had used an XT GS mech originally.

    So I'll try and use the existing chain or at least match the chain length if replacing.

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    Yeti ASR5 w/ x0

    Have had this bike for about a year now. Awesome trail bike. Got it from Competitive Cyclist last November.

    Full X0 +
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    My Baby... And for sale. Building a SB66c and already regretting the sale of my ASR5c

    After 1 climb on the 66c, I was missing the ASR... It truly has been the perfect trail bike for my local trails. It absolutely rips...








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    Nice to see more builds on the thread. Purposeful looking bike @cramey

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    I posted the spec of my ASR5c on this thread way back in May but here is mine before it's first ride:







    The only things changed since the photos were taken are the ODI Yeti grips for white ESI racer edge grips, the 142x12 chipset and maxle are now fitted and I've sourced an XTR Shadow+ rear mech.

    It's currently hibernating and seeing out the UK winter so looking forward to riding it again in spring '13. Or whenever the trails decide to dry out

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    My new 5C in action
    Fox Float 34 - 140mm
    E13 XCX crank 34t G ring
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    Avid Elixir 9 breaks 180mm Fr/Rr
    Easton Havco carbon bar - cut to 730mm
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    Sweet bikes everybody! Kiwi mtber is that Fox a 160mm spaced down to 140mm? I did not think they made a 140mm 34. Either way how does the bike feel with the 34 in comparison to a 32 if you have had a chance to ride one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nerofinis View Post
    Sweet bikes everybody! Kiwi mtber is that Fox a 160mm spaced down to 140mm? I did not think they made a 140mm 34. Either way how does the bike feel with the 34 in comparison to a 32 if you have had a chance to ride one?
    @nerofinis i got my local Fox agents to drop the 34's to 140mm. Sorry only have 36's to compare, which i don't feel any differance with stiffness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ejhorn View Post
    It is actually VERY easy to shorten the brake lines for shimano brakes. Did this myself when replacing the elixir 5s that came with my ASR5 with XTs.

    Google "cutting shimano brake lines" and a shimano pdf should show up showing you how to do this (I would post the link but mtbr.com will not let me).

    Took no more than 15 mins per brake, does not require bleeding the lines to do this.
    These just arrived at my front door.... can't wait to throw them on later tonight. Did you pick up the ice tech rotors also? If not how do the elixer rotors fare with the xt stoppers as i am thinking about passing on them for now. Cant test em out because its been raining here for the past three days....
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    I just got a set of those from Wiggle cycles in the UK. I installed them yesterday. Had to switch hoses from right to left and left to right. I guess they prefer to have the rear brake on the left. Anyway, it was pretty easy to do. Although i did have to bleed the brakes after all of the swapping and cutting.

    I did not get the IceTech rotors. I want to see how the current Avid discs do. I did remove the avid discs and rough them up pretty good with sandpaper and a steel wire brush. I have to do the burn in procedure and then take them out.

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    Babu, any reason for using sandpaper on the rotors? Are the avid/xt pads made from a different compound or something? I have never had to sand rotors before when changing pads.

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    I am assuming they are since they are different manufacturers. It is always a good idea to get the braking surface clean before burning in new pads.I want to say that the Shimano pads are resin and the Avid are semi metallic, but I could be wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babu9000 View Post
    I am assuming they are since they are different manufacturers. It is always a good idea to get the braking surface clean before burning in new pads.I want to say that the Shimano pads are resin and the Avid are semi metallic, but I could be wrong.
    thanks

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    I have been using my XTs with elixir G3 rotors for about 200 miles. Have not had any problem with this combination (very good stopping power, no squeal etc.). Will probably swap out to the ice techs when the avids wear out but until then i see no reason to spend the extra ~100 bucks.

    Prior to getting the XTs I had put ~200 miles on the G3 rotors with the stock Avid elixir 5s. Had lots of problems with the elixir 5 brakes. When I switched over to the XTs I did not sand down the old rotors, just gently wiped clean with some isopropanol (rubbing alcohol) and then broke in the new breaks with ~15 good hard stops to burn in the new pads. Had no problems with this (and I am pretty picky about my bike stuff). Good luck.

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    Thanks for the input. I was wondering if spending the extra $100 on rotors was going to be worth it. I think I am going to take the same road you are and hold off on the IceTechs. I have heard people rave about them but in the end the braking surface is steel. I am sure the heat dissipation is better with the Shimano rotors, but I am not that hardcore, mostly XC/Trail.

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    thanks for all these build and photos shared.

    just built my new ASR-5, cant wait to ride it this weekend!

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    first ride out today

    Work in progress - what a fun bike


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