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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...

    The ASR 5 build/picture thread-img_1366.jpg

    The ASR 5 build/picture thread-img_1368.jpg

    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.





    Punch it, Chewie.

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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):


    More pics

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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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