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    Asr c

    I just got this bike built up and ready to ride and I've already starte upgrading it. It started with the race XT build and now has a XTR 2x10 crank and stans crest wheels. I did my first race this past weekend and this thing flew around the course.
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    What this forum needs is more Yeti ASR-c. Here's mine, freshly built. Couldn't be more happier. Also, sworks23, beautiful bike(and an unfortunate username )!

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    Thanks, you have a nice looking ride yourself. I couldn't agree more we need to get more of these sweet Yeti's out there. The ride is AWESOME! I changed my user name (Finally) Seeing how the S brand bike didn't last nearly as long s the user name did. I'm going to try and get new pics today with my new goodies installed

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    I've got a new Yeti ASRc as well. It is such an amazing bike!! Fast uphill. Fast downhill. I'll have to get some pictures up soon.

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    Great! Let's get this party started! With all the 66/95 comotion people might forget Yeti has lots of great models in their lineup! Cheers!

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    Please more pics. I've been looking at getting this bike and have been a bit worried since there are few pics out here.

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    It's an awesome bike, you won't be disappointed. I'm in the process of building up a new ASR-C as well...it's perfect for XC.

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    If you are thinking about it go for it you will LOVE it. Best xc FS bike i've ever rode. Here is a crapy cell pic of mine with new parts added. XTR 2x crank. SLR saddle and Stans Crest wheels. As it sits with pedals bottle cage and computer 23.1 Lbs
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    Quote Originally Posted by evil zlayo View Post
    What this forum needs is more Yeti ASR-c. Here's mine, freshly built. Couldn't be more happier. Also, sworks23, beautiful bike(and an unfortunate username )!

    That is one sweeeet looking AS-R!

    That's my favorite Yeti color scheme - wish they still offered it. And I wish they would have kept the mast on the AS-R. That just looked cool!
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