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    i will post them up as soon as i get my 10 post count !

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    Yeti SB-66A
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    Frame, Fork & Shock
    Frame: Yeti SB-66A (Large) Turquiose
    Fork: Fox 34 Float 150 FIT CTD w/Trail Adjust
    Rear Shock: Fox RP23 w/Kashima (8.5"x2.5")

    Drivetrain
    Crankset: Shimano XTR M980 175mm
    Bottom Bracket: Shimano XTR
    Chainrings: Shimano XTR 33T
    Chain: KMC X10SL Gold
    Pedals: Shimano XTR M985 Trail
    Front Derailleur: cSixx HD XC Guide
    Rear Derailleur: SRAM X0 Type2 10spd (med cage)
    Rear Shifter: SRAM X0 10x Trigger
    Cassette: Shimano XT M771 10spd (11-36T)
    Gear Cable: Jagwire L3

    Brakeset
    Brakes: Shimano XT M785
    Adapters: Shimano F180P/P2
    Rotors : Shimano XT RT86 Ice-Tech 6-Bolt 180F/160R

    Controls
    Handlebar: Azonic World Force 2" Riser
    Grip: Generic Blue Lock-on
    Stem: Thomson X4 (70 x 0o)
    Headset: Cane Creek Forty
    Saddle: WTB Rocket V Titanium
    Seat Post: Thomson Masterpiece Inline 30.9 x 350mm
    Seat Clamp: Salsa Flip-Lock 35.0

    Wheels & Tyres
    Front Rim: ZTR Flow 26" 32 Hole
    Rear Rim: ZTR Flow 26" 32 Hole
    Front Hub: Hope Pro II Evo
    Rear Hub: Hope Pro II Evo
    Spokes: DT Swiss Comp
    Skewer: Shimano XT M780
    Front Tyre: Schwalbe Hans Dampf 2.35 Evo Snakeskin TL Ready TrailStar
    Rear Tyre: Schwalbe Racing Ralph 2.10 Evo TL PaceStar
    Tubes: Stan's 35mm Valves, 25mm Rim tape and Tire Sealant



    Total weight - 13.52 kg


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    some more pics



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    Something different. Looks good.


    What psi are you running on the rear?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mecam View Post

    Something different. Looks good.


    What psi are you running on the rear?
    yehhh I cased that one ! lol

    run approx 32-35, but the paper thin side wall of the RR gave way in that very photo! cut it on a small sharp piece of rock and had to walk back to the car after that very photo.

    more from the day





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    Adam, where did you get that protector for the down tube ? Looks different than the one Yeti sells for the carbon bike.

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    Company called Rock Guardz in the UK, Rockguardz - Real Carbon Fibre MTB Rock Protectors

    It works pretty well at protecting that part of the frame. Doesn't attach with any kinds of glue or stickies either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adamkob32 View Post
    Company called Rock Guardz in the UK, Rockguardz - Real Carbon Fibre MTB Rock Protectors

    It works pretty well at protecting that part of the frame. Doesn't attach with any kinds of glue or stickies either.

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    Thanks !

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    Just recieved my chip kit and shimano axle. No instructions though and I don't want to mess it up. Anyone have a link to how to install the kit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mblittle View Post
    Just recieved my chip kit and shimano axle. No instructions though and I don't want to mess it up. Anyone have a link to how to install the kit?
    http://www.yeticycles.com/pdf/manual...anual_SB66.pdf

    Page number 26 and 27.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mblittle View Post
    Just recieved my chip kit and shimano axle. No instructions though and I don't want to mess it up. Anyone have a link to how to install the kit?
    I'd be interested in hearing if you notice a big difference once you upgrade. I'm on the fence with whether to go that route myself, since it'd be $100 for the thru axle and chip kit, and then another $80 for the 142mm King axle. I also bought 2 extra 135mm QR hangers awhile back that would then be useless. At the same time I'm going to be doing some big mountain riding this summer. Anyway, some before and after impressions would be helpful.

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    Has anyone installed the 12x142 adapters on 2012 or newer Mavic Crossmax wheels? I was using the QR end caps that just pushed in by hand and when I removed those the shimano thru axle doesn't seem to need the supplied 12x142 adapters. I don't see how they are supposed to be installed bc the instructions with the wheels are complete garbage.

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    I'm on 12x142 with Mavic Crosstrails. I am using the red mavic spacers that came with the wheelset to get the 142mm. I think the hubs on both crosstrail and crossmax are the same.

    To be more clear the axle will foot through the wheel fine but you need the end caps ton change the wheel from 135mm to 142mm.

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    I finally figured out you have to remove the end caps (cassette must come off as well) and install the 12x142 adaptors. The problem is that the end cap on the non drive side looks like it shouldn't come off but it does pop off. I used some channel locks to get a grip on the very tip of it and wrapped it in a napkin so it wouldn't scratch. The drive side QR end cap is removed by taking off the cassette first and then using a 17mm wrench to spin it off.

    The non drive side 12x142 adapter just pushes on by hand and the drive side has threads.

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    Ahhh ok makes sense. That's different then my crosstrail then. Endcaps just slide on both sides and held in place by a little oring.

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    There was an o-ring holding the non drive side on but it was tough to get off by hand so I had to use the channel locks. It was not threaded on though, just kind of stuck. I haven't taken off the drive side yet b/c I didnt' have a cassette removal tool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adamkob32 View Post
    Company called Rock Guardz in the UK, Rockguardz - Real Carbon Fibre MTB Rock Protectors

    It works pretty well at protecting that part of the frame. Doesn't attach with any kinds of glue or stickies either.

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    well, they can thank you for the endorsement, I just ordered up a guard for mine. Can't wait to get it, my downtube takes a beating.

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    At Uwharrie National Forest
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    Hi Jacopo
    Great looking Yeti. I'm about to build one up and I'm thinking of going with the Monarch plus & Lyrik Forks. How are yours performing, are they what you expected?
    Cheers

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    These bikes look fantastic, was drooling over a carbon a couple of weeks back but I just can't get a test ride.

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    I got a test ride and left as an owner...

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    I might have to try harder!

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    Picked up a large alu frame! Comes with the CTD (had one on a previous bike & liked it a lot!) and I will also be running a Ti-coiled RC4 for the rough days! Im stuck on the fork! I have a 2013 Talas 130-170 RC2, I know I know, Talas is crap! Not this one! The RC2 is a nice fork! I was the biggest Talas hater in the world but that was the crappy RLC versions! I could also go with a 34 160 CTD fork???

    I will be keeping my ASR-7 as well!!! Build should be done soon, cant wait!

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    quick question - what size seatpost clamp does the SB66 (alu) frame have?

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMBA south west View Post
    quick question - what size seatpost clamp does the SB66 (alu) frame have?
    34.9

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    Re: Yeti SB-66 Build thread

    Just completed a reconfigure of my sb66 swapping some parts in from other bikes and getting some new wheels on there.

    I had been running a 160mm Bos Deville, Havoc carbon bar at 750mm and a 35mm havoc stem.

    New configuration is aiming at striking a compromise between gravity and trail more on the trail side. Where I ride, gravity assistance is a luxury so riding aggressively needs lungs as well as balls. If I can carry more speed the flow options just keep getting better. The sb has been amazing anyway but by constantly modifying in the gravity direction I'd taken the edge off outright speed. That is the underlying thought for the changes.

    The wheels are just replacements for dinged wheels from my last Alps trip.

    -2013 Reynolds Carbon AM tubeless wheels.
    -Schwalbe Hans Dampf Pacestar front
    -Bontrager Xr2 2.3 tlr expert rear
    -Bos Deville 140mm fork
    -Easton Haven 711mm carbon bar
    -Easton Haven 55mm stem
    -1x10 drivetrain 36t front 11-32 rear
    -xtr trail brakes 203/180
    -x fusion vector hlr air shock on needle roller mountings

    The tyre choice is the latest in a line of grippy front, fast-and-loose rear configurations. The high volume of the xr2 rolls really well and drifts when pushed.

    The 140mm fork is the major gamble. Its a2c is spot on for a 67deg head angle and I figure 140mm with excellent damping can be a decent match for the rear end. The x fusion shock is a great match for the sb. Lots of tuning possibilities at both ends.

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    Fork sounds smart, I would stick to the wider Havoc bar but move to a 50mm Havoc stem! Also a 36t front is a bit much on a 1x unless you are a pro level climber! 34 is usually the perfect middle ground! Sounds like you have a solid plan!

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    I installed the Fox CTD 160 Float and CTD rear shock that I will be running on the SB66 on my ASR-7 frame yesterday to test them out and was pleasantly surprised at how well they worked! Went 10psi over the Fox numbers on the fork and it performed flawless with plenty of mid stroke support! Small bump was amazing and the front end felt light and playful! Can't wait to get this 66a frame built up when my wheelset arrives (hope pro2 EVO DT)...

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    Re: Yeti SB-66 Build thread

    Quote Originally Posted by socalMX View Post
    Fork sounds smart, I would stick to the wider Havoc bar but move to a 50mm Havoc stem! Also a 36t front is a bit much on a 1x unless you are a pro level climber! 34 is usually the perfect middle ground! Sounds like you have a solid plan!
    After four days of riding over easter going from a 6 hour trail riding epic to an uplift day...

    1. I'm back on the havoc bar.
    2. The fork is fine and the angles are good; tweaked the pressure up a bit and ended up with a good high riding position that took multiple hits on rocky downhill runs in its stride.
    3. Pacestar compound on the front is not up to the way I like to ride; mistake that will need fixing.
    4. The bonty xr2 was slithering all over the place at the back, as expected; conditions were muddy and slippery, compared to my normal riding location. Maybe it will stay on for a little while yet. It was certainly fast.

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    Sneak peek of my SB66 build sitting next to my ASR-7, an amazing bike! The SB has a lot to live up to!I will be swapping both forks and shocks seen in this pic! Click on pic to enlarge!
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    It could just be the pic, but the SB looks insanely slack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikeboardorblade View Post
    It could just be the pic, but the SB looks insanely slack.
    Looks like no spacers between top cup and stem, so I'm going to say the fork is just shoved in there without a headset, sitting a few degrees slacker. Looks like a build in progress.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bikeboardorblade View Post
    It could just be the pic, but the SB looks insanely slack.
    Angle set?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikeboardorblade View Post
    It could just be the pic, but the SB looks insanely slack.
    Build in progress, no headset, thought it looked cool! Almost complete, pics to come soon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by petercarm View Post
    After four days of riding over easter going from a 6 hour trail riding epic to an uplift day...

    2. The fork is fine and the angles are good; tweaked the pressure up a bit and ended up with a good high riding position that took multiple hits on rocky downhill runs 2
    Hi Petercam, and thanks for your feedback.

    I am in the same position as you, meaning I just ordered a SB66 carbon, and I am about to order the Deville. Big question is whether to take it in 140 or 160.
    I live in the south of France where you have to climb to deserve a downhill.

    What did really motivate your decision to go from 160 to 140 ?
    Where abouts do you live ?

    Thanks !

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    Quote Originally Posted by french_yeti View Post
    Hi Petercam, and thanks for your feedback.

    I am in the same position as you, meaning I just ordered a SB66 carbon, and I am about to order the Deville. Big question is whether to take it in 140 or 160.
    I live in the south of France where you have to climb to deserve a downhill.

    What did really motivate your decision to go from 160 to 140 ?
    Where abouts do you live ?

    Thanks !

    Gerome.
    HI,
    maybe you have to take a look at Marzocchi 55 CR (2013) ... you could have 150 or 170 - just changing spacers.

    I've just bought Marzocchi 55 CR 55CR 2013 for my SB66.

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    details Tenneco Marzocchi Suspension - 2013 forks - 55 CR

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    Re: Yeti SB-66 Build thread

    Quote Originally Posted by french_yeti View Post
    Hi Petercam, and thanks for your feedback.

    I am in the same position as you, meaning I just ordered a SB66 carbon, and I am about to order the Deville. Big question is whether to take it in 140 or 160.
    I live in the south of France where you have to climb to deserve a downhill.

    What did really motivate your decision to go from 160 to 140 ?
    Where abouts do you live ?

    Thanks !

    Gerome.
    I was in the same situation, and I went for 160. It felt a bit tall in the beginning, but climbing was good anyway. After breaking in the rider (me), this was a killer combo screaming for steep sections and speed.

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    Re: Yeti SB-66 Build thread

    The 140mm vs 160mm choice for me is very easy because i have both forks and I'm just swapping bits around between frames.

    The 160mm has been on my sb66 most of the time. The top tube of the yeti is long enough that you get plenty of breathing space. Tyre choice has more effect on climbing ability.

    At 140mm my preferred setup for aggressive descending is harsh rather than plush, with a little less sag. 160mm is probably my long term preference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by petercarm View Post
    The 140mm vs 160mm choice for me is very easy because i have both forks and I'm just swapping bits around between frames.

    The 160mm has been on my sb66 most of the time. The top tube of the yeti is long enough that you get plenty of breathing space. Tyre choice has more effect on climbing ability.

    At 140mm my preferred setup for aggressive descending is harsh rather than plush, with a little less sag. 160mm is probably my long term preference.

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    Thanks you 3 for your responses.

    That helps.

    Will stick to the 160 then.

    Gerome.

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    can you use 650b wheels on SB-66 and which fork size is recommended 1 1/8" or 1.5"?

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    I still love my SB66 and the thing blows me away every ride, I am thinking of going with a light hardtail though and am considering selling whole or frame + fork/shock or any combo. It kind of breaks my heart a bit being the first bike I've built though. If anyone's interested just shoot me a PM. I take great care of all my bikes just can't afford two top level bikes.

    Frame: 2012 Yeti SB-66 Alloy (3401g)
    Fork: 2013 Fox Shox 34 Talas 160 FIT CTD 15QR Taper (1814g)
    Shock: 2013 Fox Shox DHX RC4 Coil, 8.5x2.5", 300lb Spring (447g)
    Shock Bushings: RWC Needle Bearings
    Headset: FSA Orbit 1.5ZS 44/56mm Taper
    Bottom Bracket: SRAM GXP Gray (103g)
    Crank: SRAM XO GXP 2x10, 26x39, 175mm (695g)
    Pedals: Shimano PD-M520 (370g)
    Front Derailleur: Shimano XT FD-M786 Direct Down Swing
    Rear Derailleur: Shimano XT M786 Medium Cage Shadow+ (258g)
    Shifters: Shimano XT M780 (279g)
    Cables: Jagwire Ripcord
    Cassette: SRAM PG-1070 11-36 10 Speed
    Chain: SRAM PG-1091 10 Speed
    Chain Guide: MRP 2x, 39/42T ISCG-05
    Wheels: Mavic Crosstrail Wheelset (1650g)
    Front Tire: Continental Trail King 26x2.4 UST Black Chili (1100g)
    Rear Tire: Continental X-King 26x2.4 UST (840g)
    Brakes: Shimano XT M785
    Rotors: Avid G2 203mm Front, 180mm Rear
    Handlebar: Race Face Ride XC Low Rise, 31.8mm (275g)
    Stem: Race Face Respond, 45mm, 10 deg (195g)
    Grips: ODI Ruffian Lock-On
    Saddle: Velo Pronto-Z1 (360g)
    Seatpost: Race Face Ride XC, 30.9mm x 375mm (295g)
    Seatpost Clamp: Hope 34.9mm QR (52g)

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    Adam, you will regret the sale.

    I'd bet on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bear View Post
    Adam, you will regret the sale.

    I'd bet on it.
    +1

    That is a pimp SB66!

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    Yeti SB-66 Build thread

    What size frame?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LCW View Post
    What size frame?
    Medium frame.

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    Yeti SB-66 Build thread

    My SB
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    Yeti SB-66 Build thread

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    In it's natural habitat.
    Sent from the future to destroy the past.

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    First posting

    My first posting, sb66 carbon with the new mavic st enduro wheel and tyre set. No build issues and just under 31 lbs all up. Xx1 all working well with much better ratios than shimano 10 speed I was running on my SX trailYeti SB-66 Build thread-image.jpg

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    Does anyone have the SB 66 in yellow with the turquoise logo???
    If so please post some pics
    thanks

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    Time for some new forks, Pikes were made for the 66.
    Sent from the future to destroy the past.

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    That looks sick and rides even better I am sure

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    Quick question... I'm picking up a 2013 SB-66a later this week to start building up. What size/type of bottom bracket do I need? I plan on running a standard 2x10 setup.

    Thanks!

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    It's a standard threaded BB shell (i.e. not a newer style press fit), so any English/GXP type BB will work.

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    It's a standard threaded BB shell (i.e. not a newer style press fit), so any English/GXP type BB will work.
    NOT a wide 83mm or larger one though, just for standard 68/73 shell size.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirius90 View Post
    My first posting, sb66 carbon with the new mavic st enduro wheel and tyre set. No build issues and just under 31 lbs all up. Xx1 all working well with much better ratios than shimano 10 speed I was running on my SX trailClick image for larger version. 

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    Wow, very nice build! What's the clearance like on the mavic enduro setup? No issues running a 27.5 setup on the 66c?

    -edit: oops, just realized the enduro's have a 26" option!

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    Nothing too radical here...

    2012 SB-66
    • Race build kit
    • Answer Protaper Carbon 780's, cut to 760mm (*great* upgrade!)
    • Joplin dropper
    • Cheap VP 001 pedals. Finished them off today as they are now smashed and creaking. Just ordered Canfield Crampons
    • Stan's tubeless


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    Hi to everyone
    I Vogt a yeti sb66 2013 and I have just bought a fox rc4 in order to descent better
    If someone have this coil I will appreciate your support
    My details are
    I am 178 pound
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    I would Need help for:
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    2- LSC
    3-HSC
    4-rebound
    Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by goyayago View Post
    Hi to everyone
    I Vogt a yeti sb66 2013 and I have just bought a fox rc4 in order to descent better
    If someone have this coil I will appreciate your support
    My details are
    I am 178 pound
    Coil 450x280
    I would Need help for:
    1- pressure
    2- LSC
    3-HSC
    4-rebound
    Thanks in advance
    I would start with a 350# coil. 450# is a lot of coil for your weight, you probably won't be able to preload it properly.

    For boost pressure I would start at 125 and move up form there depending on preference. The rest is something you're going to have to set by feel/

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    Quote Originally Posted by smellurfingers View Post
    I would start with a 350# coil. 450# is a lot of coil for your weight, you probably won't be able to preload it properly.

    For boost pressure I would start at 125 and move up form there depending on preference. The rest is something you're going to have to set by feel/
    Just to be sure ( don't spend more money)
    Do you have the same bike or anyone who got it use the same coil?

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    Quote Originally Posted by goyayago View Post
    Just to be sure ( don't spend more money)
    Do you have the same bike or anyone who got it use the same coil?
    I have the same bike and the same coil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smellurfingers View Post
    I have the same bike and the same coil.
    is extrange yesterday with my coil, 450 kg, when i jumped and drop i used all the shox and reach the botton with 7 click from open HSC . is usuall if the shox is as you said too much for me .
    my psi is 140

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    Is it 450KG or LBS? Either way, sounds like you're stoked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smellurfingers View Post
    I have the same bike and the same coil.
    So do I but 2011 Yeti.

    I have a 550 coil ( I'm 6'6" 230 )

    I left High and Low speed compression default. I just played with the rebound to where I like it and added a bit of pressure to the boost chamber and I turned my bottom out dial up one click out of 4.

    I just rode my favorite trail that has jumps a few times in a row and played with it until I liked it. By default it was rebounding way to much and pogo'ing me on landings. Fixed that and it was bottoming out way to easy.. so added a bit of pressure and turning the bottom out dial fixed that. Now its great for me.
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    goyayago here are my DHX RC4 settings. Sorry for the slow reply I know you pm'd be on pinkbike. Dialing in low speed compression and rebound is pretty easy if you have some decent humps or undulation in your trail. You want it to compress smoothly too much compression and you won't get any cushion but not enough and the rear suspension will feel soft. You will want slower rebound if your getting a pogo effect and the suspension tries to bounce you back up after a hit. I am terrible at explaining this stuff but you might get what I am saying.

    High speed compression is trickier to dial in from my experience but once you get it right your golden. It really only comes into play on very rough sections of trail or over a lot of rocks/roots in fast succession. Hope that will get you on your way. Trial and error always works too. I hope I didn't confuse anyone too much haha.

    Rider Weight - 130lbs in Gear
    Spring - 300lbs
    HSC - Full Soft Negative
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    Rebound - 5 Clicks Slower
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    Quote Originally Posted by adamkob32 View Post
    goyayago here are my DHX RC4 settings. Sorry for the slow reply I know you pm'd be on pinkbike. Dialing in low speed compression and rebound is pretty easy if you have some decent humps or undulation in your trail. You want it to compress smoothly too much compression and you won't get any cushion but not enough and the rear suspension will feel soft. You will want slower rebound if your getting a pogo effect and the suspension tries to bounce you back up after a hit. I am terrible at explaining this stuff but you might get what I am saying.

    High speed compression is trickier to dial in from my experience but once you get it right your golden. It really only comes into play on very rough sections of trail or over a lot of rocks/roots in fast succession. Hope that will get you on your way. Trial and error always works too. I hope I didn't confuse anyone too much haha.

    Rider Weight - 130lbs in Gear
    Spring - 300lbs
    HSC - Full Soft Negative
    LSC - 6 Clicks Positive
    Rebound - 5 Clicks Slower
    Bottom Out - Full Negative
    Boost Valve - 125psi
    Thanks to all explanation everything helps me to improve my settings
    The only thing that drives me crazy is the kg of the coil ( everyone has different opinion of what I should ride, 350, 400.etc)

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    Quote Originally Posted by goyayago View Post
    Thanks to all explanation everything helps me to improve my settings
    The only thing that drives me crazy is the kg of the coil ( everyone has different opinion of what I should ride, 350, 400.etc)
    Hard part is changing the spring, but it seems to me that you just need to find the spring weight where the % sag is right, whatever that is. You could plug numbers into an online spring calculator (like this one) to get a start though. I've used it in the past and it's been close. YMMV though.

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    Loving all these purdy colors, I hope yeti adds more colors for the carbon frames.

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    Greetings! I just took delivery of my 2013 SB66! Its just a basic Enduro build, but thats more than enough for me right now! Taking my first ride this weekend. Stayed away from the SB95 after a test run in Salida a couple months ago... Great bike but turned too slow for me. Messing around with the 66 in my neighborhood I can already tell it'll be quick and lively!

    Got a smoking hot deal on it from Competitive Cyclist Oh and bought some Crank Brothers Mallet 3 pedals which i'm in love with so far!

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    Hi! I plan to order a 2014 SB66 soon, but first I'd like to ask for your opinion. I am 6' (183 cm) in height and am considering to buy a Medium frame (instead of a Large frame), since I intend to mainly use it for technical trail rides. So, what do you think, is a Medium too small? And does anyone of you who is about 6' ride a Medium frame? Thanks a lot

    (I know there are some posts on this issue already, but I'd like to get some more opinions anyway.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by leoloden View Post
    Hi! I plan to order a 2014 SB66 soon, but first I'd like to ask for your opinion. I am 6' (183 cm) in height and am considering to buy a Medium frame (instead of a Large frame), since I intend to mainly use it for technical trail rides. So, what do you think, is a Medium too small? And does anyone of you who is about 6' ride a Medium frame? Thanks a lot

    (I know there are some posts on this issue already, but I'd like to get some more opinions anyway.)
    And here are some additional info on my size:
    I have quite long legs (a 35" inseam or 89 cm) as compared to my torso (trunk is 24" or 61 cm). Looking forward to your suggestions! :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by leoloden View Post
    And here are some additional info on my size:
    I have quite long legs (a 35" inseam or 89 cm) as compared to my torso (trunk is 24" or 61 cm). Looking forward to your suggestions! :-)
    I'm 6' tall as well, but I have 32" inseam and ride a Large frame. It fits me nicely and turns very quick. I'd stick with the large if I were you, but i'm not you lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by leoloden View Post
    Hi! I plan to order a 2014 SB66 soon, but first I'd like to ask for your opinion. I am 6' (183 cm) in height and am considering to buy a Medium frame (instead of a Large frame), since I intend to mainly use it for technical trail rides. So, what do you think, is a Medium too small? And does anyone of you who is about 6' ride a Medium frame? Thanks a lot

    (I know there are some posts on this issue already, but I'd like to get some more opinions anyway.)
    I'm 6' tall with 34" inseam & ride a medium, couldn't be happier.

    If you can't demo one, go take a look at all the bikes you've owned /ridden & liked the fit.
    I had a brief demo but also took reach, stack, wheel base, effective top & seat tube measurements of all the bikes I've owned & liked.
    All were labelled large, but the medium in the SB66 was closer to what I prefer.

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    How do you like the pike?

    First new bike, first ride yesterday. I love it.
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    Well, I'm joining the club. Rode a 66A with an enduro build and had so much fun I had to build one for myself. Here's what I have so far:

    2013 SB66 carbon frame, medium
    PIKE RCT3 150mm
    Hope ProII EVO with Stan's Arch
    XO Trail brakes
    Haven stem
    EC70 bar

    Still deciding on the cranks and drivetrain. Might go with a full XTR 2x10 with XX cassette or an XO 1x10 with the type 2 mech and a narrow/wide on the XTR crank.

    Hot Damn! I'm so excited to build this thing and get it out on the trails!!

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    Just joined the tribe also. Today I took delivery of a yellow 66 frame that will eventually have a full XT build on it. I will be transferring parts from my Blur LT to complete the build.
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    I scooped up a Large Turquoise Frame from ChainLove, and have been planning my build. I'll transfer a few things from my 575, and the rest I managed to scrounge together with help from my LBS (props to Two Wheeler Dealer in Hayden, ID) and some online discounts

    Frame: Yeti SB-66a (Turquoise)
    Shock: Fox CTD
    Fork: RS Pike Solo Air (160mm Black)
    Headset: Cane Creek 40 ZS44/ZS56
    Wheels: Easton Haven
    Rear Der: Shimano XT M786 Shadow+ (med cage)
    Cassette: XT DynaSys 11-36
    Shifter: Shimano XT M780
    Front Der: none
    Bottom Bracket: Race Face Cinch
    Crankset: Race Face Next SL (single ring / narrow wide 30T)
    Brakes: Shimano XT BR-M785B
    Rotors: Shimano 180mm/160mm (F/R)
    Stem: Easton Haven (50mm)
    Bars: Easton Haven Carbon
    Seatpost: KS LEV 150
    Saddle: Chromag Trailmaster LTD
    Pedals: Shimano SPD M540

    I'll post pics once the parts are all in and the bike is built

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    Looks like you got yourself a killer build in the works! I have to say, I had a 66a briefly, and was so impressed that I sold it off and got a 66c. Not sure if it's just the way the shock is valved or what, but it just doesn't have that magical feel that I loved about the 66a. Don't get me wrong, I love it, but I sometimes think about going back to the alu version...

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    Here's a work-in-progress photo of my SB66. I just started building it this week. Spec to follow...
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    Love the color with the white fork.

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    Quote Originally Posted by socalMX View Post
    Love the color with the white fork.
    Thanks, here's the spec list so far. The forks will be changed once funds allow.

    Frame: Yeti SB-66a (yellow)
    Shock: Fox CTD
    Fork: RS Revelation RLT 150mm
    Headset: Chris King Inset 2 (black) inc devolution baseplate
    Hubs: DT Swiss 240s rear, Hope Pro Race 2 front
    Rims: DT Swiss XR4D rear, XR400 front
    Spokes: DT Swiss race
    Tyres: Maxxis/Schwalbe
    Rear Der: Shimano XT M786 Shadow+ (long cage)
    Cassette: XT DynaSys 11-36
    Shifters: Shimano XT M780
    Front Der: Deore XT
    Bottom Bracket: Deore XT
    Crankset: Shimano XT + turquoise chainring bolts and compression cap
    Brakes: Hope Tech X2 rear, Tech M4 front
    Rotors: Hope floating rotor 160mm rear, 185mm front
    Stem: Easton Haven (70mm)
    Bars: Easton Haven 711mm Carbon/Havoc 750 alloy
    Seatpost: Rockshox Reverb (not in picture)
    Saddle: Specialized Format SL
    Pedals: Shimano SPD M648
    2008 Enduro Expert
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    New SB66

    Scored this off Jenson a month ago for about $2500 basically fully assembled. It's the enduro build and while it has mid range stuff I am super excited to have the frame. I have yet to take it out on the trails, still getting it dialed in. Only thing I am going to do for a while is get a new front tire, I don't think the ardent 2.25 is going to cut it.

    Specs:

    2013 SB66 alloy medium turquoise endure build
    Fox float 32 ctd kashima 150
    Fox ctd kashima shock
    Mavic wheels
    Maxxis ardent 2.25 tires
    X7 shifters and front der
    X9 rear der 2x10 (ditched the big ring for a bash)
    Elixir 5 brakes ( yeah I know I'm going to try them out)
    Truvativ BooBar 740mm
    Truvativ aka 60mm stem
    Nukeproof electron pedals
    WTB volt saddle (still not sure about this)

    Going with this set up for now. In the future probably go 1x10, dropper, possibly a 34 fork, different brakes, maybe a different saddle. Excited to get out and get some miles on it!
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    Just a heck of a deal, going to be killer with the upgrades...Nice!

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    Which is the correct rear Shimano bracket? "160mm post/IS rear" sound right?

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    Which is the correct rear Shimano bracket? "160mm post/IS rear" sound right?
    You ard lokking for PM. If you run 160 rotor, bolt straight to the framme.

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    just ordered myself a 2014 SB66 'Comp' frame (alloy rear triangle) with Kashima shock in Kashima Yellow.

    spec will read as follows

    Large SB66 frame
    Fox CTD kashima shock
    RS Pike 150mm RCT3 forks (black)
    Hope inset headset with Yeti topcap
    Easton Haven carbon bars
    Easton Haven 55mm stem
    RS Reberb dropper
    WTB Silverado Ti' saddle
    Uberbike lock ons
    Hope Pro 2 Evo (40t engagement) hubs on Stans Arch EX rims
    Schwalbe Hans Dampf 2.35" Traistar EVO / 2.25" Racing Ralph Pacestar EVO (set up tubeless)
    Superstar 9mm bolt-through QR (I may eventually go 142mm as the hubs will take it)
    Shimano XT brakes (ispec B)
    Uberbike 180/160floating rotors
    Shimano XT crankset
    Raceface 30t narrow/wide chainring
    Shimano XT 11-36 cassette
    Wolf components 42t sprocket (not yet ordered)
    Shimano Zee FR rear mech
    Shimano XT rear shifter (ispec B)
    Wellgo flat pedals

    This build came in at sub 26lbs on my Titus FTM Carbon, so I suspect I will be circa 2lbs heavier on the SB66

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    Hey Y'all! Here's my first build ever!

    SB 66a Large
    RockShox Pike RTC 160mm Solo Air
    Cane Creek 100 Headset
    Crank Brothers Iodine 3 700mm/30mm Handlebars
    Crank Brothers Iodine 3 65mm Stem
    Crank Brothers Iodine 3 Grips
    XTR 985 Trail Brakes
    Ice Tech 180 front/160 rear Rotors
    XTR M980 Trail Shifters
    XTR M980 Trai 2x10 38-26 Crankset
    XTR M980 Bottom Bracket
    XTR FD M986-D Front Derailleur
    XTR RD M985 Shadow Plus Rear Derailleur
    Jagwire Mountai Pro Cable and Housing
    CN M980 Chain
    XTR CX M980 11-36 Cassette
    WTB Yeti Branded Rocket 5 Seat
    Crank Brothers Iodine 3 Seat Post
    WTB Weirwolf Tires
    Crank Brothers Iodine 3 Rims
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    Dig the turquoise! What's the weight on that one?

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    Looks like a warranty issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by max_lombardy View Post
    What's the weight on that one?
    29.4 lbs with a bathroom scale. Honestly didn't buy any part taking weight into consideration. This was a dream build of mine, for the first time in my life I was in a position to purchase whatever parts I wanted. And the photo doesn't do the turquoise justice!

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    Hey everyone, I just started building up my new SB66 after the crazy frame blowout Yeti's been having. I'm having a wierd problem though. I was trying to direct mount a new set of SRAM XO brakes to the rear post mount but the bolts that came with the brakes are too big in diameter.

    Does anyone know what size bolt the rear post mounts take? I thought all post mounts used M6 hardware? Did Yeti do something different here?

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    The problem must be the bolts, because the mounts are standard. My XO's mounted right up. Did you try the bolts on the fork as well? Do they fit there?

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    My friend just built up a SB66 as his shop bike. I'm looking forward to taking it for a spin. Take a look at the wheels- they're really sick in person.

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    More photos here, if you're curious.

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    First ride today. Awesome. I was ripping it down hills and hit a few things I never have before. Added a dropper and some mud guards. Surprisingly the Elixir 5's worked well.
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    Awesome bike you will love it. But the Elixirs 5s won't last long ha ha.

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    I can't wait to start building my new SB-66. Now the holdback is the Chris King Turquoise Limited Edition InSet2 and BB I ordered. CK promised delivery from Jan 24th thru Mar 4th.

    Frame:Yeti SB-66a Med Blk
    Crankset :Shimano FC-M785-L Deore XT Hollowtech II 38-26 175mm
    Front Derailleur: Shimano FD-M786-D Deore XT 2x10
    Rear Derailler: Shimano RD-M786-SGS-L Deore XT Shadow+ 10 speed
    Cassette: Shimano CS-M771-10 XT 10 Speed MTB
    Chain: Shimano CN-HG95 XT 10 Speed
    Stem: Renthal Duo Stem 50mm
    Bar: Renthal FatBar Lite 20mm 740
    BB: Chris King Ceramic BB, Turquoise Ltd Ed
    Headset: Chris King InSet 2, Turquoise Ltd Ed
    Brake: Shimano BL-M785 XT Hydraulic Disc
    Shifters: Shimano SL-M780 Deore XT I-Spec
    Fork: Marzocchi 55 Micro STA Tapered 160mm
    Seat Post: KS Lev
    Wheelset: Haven or Havoc (not decided yet, if I can get Turquoise hub from CK, I will build them)

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    Hey guys!
    Some of the builds on here are amazing!!

    Im really interested in buying a sb66. The problem is i've got a issue with the sizing. Im 6ft 1 inch's, yeti recommend a Large frame but looking on the pictures on here the Large looks absolutely massive.

    Shall i go for a meduim instead? I'll be running a 50mm Renthal stem.

    Ill be using the bike for trail riding, tho im a Down Hiller at heart so i will be tempted to give it a good thrashing on the descents. Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.

    Dan

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