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    Quote Originally Posted by KTMDirtFace View Post
    So I asked John P what ISCG mount comes with the frame.


    Bummer...
    But hopefully the 05 mount is available when my frame is....I have to have the 05 one.
    glad someone able to get to the bottom of this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Penny View Post
    No beuno.......

    So at this point, I have to buy a bottom bracket chainguide (because they don't have the tabs), a 12x142 dropout for $40 and a Shimano axel for $60 (which no one has) and maybe even ISCG 05 tabs at some point.

    Wish they would have made the bike ISCG05 and 12x142 from the get go.
    My thoughts exactly....

    That switchable tab is such a good idea but why the heck wouldn't it at least come with the 05? ( or for $2200 all 3...sheesh ). What new AM bike on the planet doesn't have 05 tabs?

    I guess my bike will be sitting around until those 05 mounts are out. I'm not riding it with no chain guide and im not buying another chain guide thats one of those jankey bb pinch ones.

    But maybe my frame will take so long anyway that it wont be an issue

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    Or maybe just buy an XTR Shadow Plus RD! Oh ya, that's a bad idea because they're not available yet and will be ridiculously expensive.
    Anyways, that's what will be going on my SB.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KTMDirtFace View Post
    But maybe my frame will take so long anyway that it wont be an issue
    Yea, I'm kinda counting on this. My credit card doesn't get charged til it ships, which means it's probably best that it gets delayed a lil while.

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    We started shipping yesterday, got mine built up today. I'm sure this will change over the next month or so. But in the near furture I have a rc4 w/ti spring on order along with a ti spindle for the cranks.

    SB66 med
    fox 36 float
    new xt brakes and shifter
    xtr rear derail
    profile bmx cranks
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    Thomson stem 70mm
    reverb
    maxxis dhf 2.35 rear & 2.5 front
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    Quote Originally Posted by BP307 View Post
    We started shipping yesterday, got mine built up today. I'm sure this will change over the next month or so. But in the near furture I have a rc4 w/ti spring on order along with a ti spindle for the cranks.

    SB66 med
    fox 36 float
    new xt brakes and shifter
    xtr rear derail
    profile bmx cranks
    e13 lg1
    dt 1750s
    sunline v1 745
    Thomson stem 70mm
    reverb
    maxxis dhf 2.35 rear & 2.5 front
    Very cool to see a black one built up! What size is your frame?
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    Nice! same color and fork I ordered too. ( Also DHR RC4 on order )

    Did you get it dirty yet????? need more pics!

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    So I just ordered my SB 66 slight change from the original build. Hope to have a bike in a few weeks, i hope....
    Frame: Medium Yeti SB-66 Black
    Fork: Fox 2012 36 180 Talas
    Shock: 2012 DHX RC4
    Chris King Headset (gold)
    Industry 9 AM Wheelset (black/Gold)
    142x12mm Axle Kit
    Stem: Race Face 50mm
    Bars: Easton Haven
    Post: Specialized Command Blacklite
    Brakes: Formula Mega
    Rotors: 180/180
    Shifters: Shimano XT
    Front Der: Shimano XT
    Rear Der. Shimano 2012 XTR
    Bashguard: e*thirteen Heim2 (blk)
    Cranks: Race Face Atlas AM (gold)
    Rings: Race Face 24/36
    Tires: Maxxis Crossmark 26/2.25(f) High Roller 26/2.35 (f)
    Pedals: XTR Trail PD-M985

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    Quote Originally Posted by BP307 View Post
    We started shipping yesterday, got mine built up today. I'm sure this will change over the next month or so. But in the near furture I have a rc4 w/ti spring on order along with a ti spindle for the cranks.

    SB66 med
    fox 36 float
    new xt brakes and shifter
    xtr rear derail
    profile bmx cranks
    e13 lg1
    dt 1750s
    sunline v1 745
    Thomson stem 70mm
    reverb
    maxxis dhf 2.35 rear & 2.5 front
    Come on!! This bike deserves better pics

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    I have a large teal on order and should be in the Sept/Oct batch. Same build as my 575, but with a 2.4 rear tire.
    36 Fox Float
    King HS
    Thomson Stem
    Easton Havoc DH bars
    X9 - 10sp
    XT Cranks
    e.13 LSG+
    819/Hope wheels (12 & 20mm)
    Juicy 7 brakes
    RS Reverb post

    That being said, I finally got my suspension on my 575 setup perfectly and I don't know if I will need the SB66 now. I was buying it to solve the problems I was having with the 575...

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    Quote Originally Posted by stoney98 View Post
    That being said, I finally got my suspension on my 575 setup perfectly and I don't know if I will need the SB66 now. I was buying it to solve the problems I was having with the 575...
    I hear yea--my '08 is soooo dialed right now especiallyafter Pushed shock and new Talas 150 that I am real hesitant, yet that SB66 is very tempting (the carbon version more so).

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    Mine is in. Head-set being pressed in. Build pics tonight..

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    Quote Originally Posted by orthorex View Post
    Mine is in. Head-set being pressed in. Build pics tonight..
    Sweet,

    Lucky!

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    Competitive Cyclist's delivery came in today as well. There's a black with my name on it. Should receive mine next week.

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    I'm sure most everybody here visits Yetifan.com, and this might be a repost already, but I haven't seen it yet and thought I'd pass it along. Some great SB footage in here:

    <object width="640" height="390"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/Dt7HzdHgRPY&hl=en_US&feature=player_embedded&versi on=3"></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowScriptAccess" value="always"></param><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/Dt7HzdHgRPY&hl=en_US&feature=player_embedded&versi on=3" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowfullscreen="true" allowScriptAccess="always" width="640" height="390"></embed></object>

    To keep my post somewhat relevant to this topic, here's my build:
    Frame: Large, Lime
    Fork: Lyric or Revelation, unsure. Either will be PUSHed.
    Shock: DHX RC4 Coil, Obtainium Ti spring( will be selling the RP23 Air )
    142x12mm Axle Kit
    Headset: Cane Creek 40
    Stem: Easton Havoc 65mm Black
    Bars: Easton Havoc carbon
    Post: Reverb
    Seat: WTB Devo, Yeti
    Brakes: XO Black
    Shifters: X0 Black
    Front Der: XO
    Rear Der. XO Black, Midcage
    Bashguard: Gamut P30
    Cranks/BB: XO Black, 24/36/bash
    Cassette: XX 11/36
    Wheels: Easton Haven Carbon
    Pedals: SMAC flats
    Tires: Hans Dampf front, Rocket Ron rear
    Maintain internal heights.

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    Hopefully I'll get out of work early enough to get a ride in today. Just need to throw a new Mountain King on the front. Should be interesting coming from an '11 575.




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    Nice builds guys! Keep em coming!

    I really like the cable routing on the bike too. Now I have to figure out a way to get one.

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    nice bike ortho,
    size and weight?
    I'd hit it, but I bruise like a peach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orthorex View Post
    Hopefully I'll get out of work early enough to get a ride in today. Just need to throw a new Mountain King on the front. Should be interesting coming from an '11 575.



    Awesome looking frame and great spec. We'll need a ride report ASAP!

    I have a black XL on the way and I'm wondering what headset color I should get. The safe bet would be a black King but I'm leaning toward pewter King to match the grey Yeti logo on the top tube. Since you have one of the first, how do you think the Pewter would look?

    Also, does it look like the rear brake hose might rub away the paint between the upper link and the seat tube?

    Thanks!
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    I want to hear some ride reports! I am waiting for my order now and need something to hold me over so I don't go buy an Ibis Mojo HD.

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    Kinda went all out with mine. Goal: Build a super legit, strong, light, durable SB-66. Here's what I ended up specing:

    Large SB-66A frame w/ stock RP23 shock
    2012 Fox 36 Float 160
    XTR R Shifter
    XTR GS R Derailleur
    XTR 11-36 Cassette
    DT Swiss Carbon Enduro 1550 Wheels
    Specialized Clutch Control 2.3 F tire, Specialized Captain Control 2.2 rear tire (tubeless)
    XO Carbon Cranks
    XX Brakes
    PG 1091 Chain
    MRP 32 T Podium Chainring
    MRP Mini G2 SL Chainguide
    KS I-950 5" drop post
    Specialized Prowess Enduro Carbon Bar
    Renthal 50mm DH Stem
    Cane Creek 40 headset

    Should have her done tomorrow. Hoping to be under 28lbs complete. We'll see....
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    Interesting how it seems that the majority of posters on here are specing a 36 fork, but Yeti does not offer this as an option.....are you listening Yeti??
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    Back to the size question from earlier. Are people going a size smaller? I'm having a hard time deciding.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by SPEEDMONKEY View Post
    Interesting how it seems that the majority of posters on here are specing a 36 fork, but Yeti does not offer this as an option.....are you listening Yeti??
    Coil rear also!

    ( at least a few of us on here are planning on it )


    as for Size, the specs are not that much bigger/longer than a 575 are they?

    Seeing how only like 2 people have the bike so far hard to say. XL will be fine for me but i'm 6'6" at least. If i was on the low end of a size I would probably go to a large ( if I was 6'3" )...but thats all internet guessing since never seen them in person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by awheeler View Post
    Back to the size question from earlier. Are people going a size smaller? I'm having a hard time deciding.

    Thanks
    Our local shop has a S, M. and L. I rode the small today (I'm 5'8" 31" inseam) and thought the cockpit/ top tube fit was just right. The seatube is definitely short at 16.5", so I need to have about 9.5" of seatpost exposed. That said, I'll take the correct top tube length over the weird seat tube length.After looking at Mojo HD sizing, the small Yeti is almost the same as the medium Mojo HD in terms of seat tube and top tube length.

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    Did you ride the HD and 66 back to back and where are you located that they had 66's in all sizes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salespunk View Post
    I want to hear some ride reports! I am waiting for my order now and need something to hold me over so I don't go buy an Ibis Mojo HD.
    I demoed the SB66 up at breckenridge, a short 1 hour ride. My regular ride is a pivot firebird.

    The main thing I remember is the suspension felt very compliant on the uphill, but it didn't seem to impact pedaling efficiency. On a few steep ups the pedaling felt really solid, not mushy. When pedaling over small bumps and etc the bike absorbed them maybe better than any bike I've been on.

    Standing and pedaling induced a lot of motion in the suspension for me. If this design really has separated pedaling forces from rear suspension action, then I guess it makes sense. In some bikes pedaling makes the rear suspension stiffen up, so you don't get much motion standing. Hard pedaling balances out with the big weight shifts. On the other hand that would make such designs less compliant under hard pedaling too.

    For a trailbike I think the standing issue isn't that big a deal. On steep loose climbs I usually want to stay seated, standing up makes me lose traction. The bike really seemed to do well in those short steep power situations, so I don't think it has an efficiency problem.

    The bike seemed great on the downhill. Geometry was good with the 67 degree head angle and I think a 150mm fork on the front. I didn't get into any serious bumpy stuff, just small rocks and etc. The SB handled all that as easily as you'd expect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bpnic View Post
    nice bike ortho,
    size and weight?
    Thanks bp. It's a large. 27.6 pounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ansible View Post
    Standing and pedaling induced a lot of motion in the suspension for me.
    Kinda surprised by this. I had the opposite experience. 25% sag?

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    I left it how the yeti guys set it up, it seemed to be about 25% or so but it could have been a little more or less. It felt pretty good so I didn't change it. My experience with standing was about 2 minutes climbing a paved road looking down at the shock, so maybe a little different from typical offroad use.

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    Can someone tell me the seatpost collar size? I'm looking to go to a clamp instead of the salsa qr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SaddleRags View Post
    Can someone tell me the seatpost collar size? I'm looking to go to a clamp instead of the salsa qr.
    35.0 I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SPEEDMONKEY View Post
    Cane Creek 40 headset
    Just curious, with such an exceptional build, why did you only opt for the 40 and not a 110 or even a CK?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dangdang View Post
    Just curious, with such an exceptional build, why did you only opt for the 40 and not a 110 or even a CK?
    I opted for the 40 too.. what is the point in the 110? other than costing 3x more?

    They do the same thing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KTMDirtFace View Post
    I opted for the 40 too.. what is the point in the 110? other than costing 3x more?

    They do the same thing?
    He is already using XTR and XX level components... seems like a 40 would be skimping!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dangdang View Post
    Just curious, with such an exceptional build, why did you only opt for the 40 and not a 110 or even a CK?
    In terms of quality and longevity, the 40 is just as good, if not better, than the CK. It's an exceptional headset.
    Maintain internal heights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nixgame22 View Post
    In terms of quality and longevity, the 40 is just as good, if not better, than the CK. It's an exceptional headset.
    heh! I don't doubt that one bit!
    Just kinda missing my point... must be overkill that I am only running an XT groupo with a 110 as my headset. I woulda kept my 40, but it didn't come in all blue like the 110 did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dangdang View Post
    He is already using XTR and XX level components... seems like a 40 would be skimping!
    It is called budgeting for things that are actually important.

    XTR shifters or cranks do have tangible performance benefits (better multishift, lower Q-factor and weight). 110 over 40 does not.

    And CK? Well, at least they now offer the "griplock" split ring, so it does not suck as much on longer travel forks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salespunk View Post
    Did you ride the HD and 66 back to back and where are you located that they had 66's in all sizes?
    I only got a "parking lot" ride in on the SB. I have ridden the HD before, so once I get mine built up (and get a chainguide mount) I can compare the two.

    Ute CIty Cyles in Aspen has all three built up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Axe View Post
    It is called budgeting for things that are actually important.
    pffft! when the budget is floating above the $6000 range... does $80 bucks extra really make a difference?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dangdang View Post
    pffft! when the budget is floating above the $6000 range... does $80 bucks extra really make a difference?!
    It only makes a difference if it adds bling only then is it worth the 80$ more. I wanted plain black anyway so went with the 40.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dangdang View Post
    pffft! when the budget is floating above the $6000 range... does $80 bucks extra really make a difference?!
    Gotta agree with you on this one. Kind of like cloth seats in a Lexus. They work just fine but don't look quite right.

    King or 110 for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dangdang View Post
    pffft! when the budget is floating above the $6000 range... does $80 bucks extra really make a difference?!
    $80 is $80 independent of where it is attached.

    Quote Originally Posted by bog View Post
    Gotta agree with you on this one. Kind of like cloth seats in a Lexus. They work just fine but don't look quite right.
    I hate leather seats. Was very bummed when I could not order my 3-series, and R-calss later without that crap.

    40 series looks and works just fine. King - before the griplock upgrade (I guess patent expired) - was inferior.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dangdang View Post
    Just curious, with such an exceptional build, why did you only opt for the 40 and not a 110 or even a CK?
    The 40 is a great headset, and I didn't see a need to spend more. if the 110 or CK was signifiacantly lighter, then maybe I would have considered it furhter. Bottom line is that Cane Creek builds top notch products and the 40 series is one of them. 80 bucks puts another set of tires on her when I wear these out in 1 week of furious riding because I never want to quit riding this bike!!!!

    Took it out on it's maiden voyage tonight, and it is everything they said it would be.

    It's a game changer.

    My build ended up being 29lbs on the nose. Pics to come, she's a looker for sure.
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    Speedmonkey, thats what I thought on the CK 40 vs 110. I don't have xtr top of line in my build but the frame + fork + DHX RC4 + chip kit + 12x142 axle + i9 wheelset was enough money I didn't see any reason for the 110 headset.

    Where are you guys getting your sb-66's from that have them already? The wait is killing me! ( ordered June 20th )

    Can't wait for more pics.

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    Jenson... ordered first week of July.

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    I don't have mine yet but Jenson has shipped it already and I should see it in a few days.
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    From my understanding, there is no 110 lower cup in the size needed on the 66.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dvo1 View Post
    From my understanding, there is no 110 lower cup in the size needed on the 66.
    http://www.cycleclubsports.com/p-343...ed-zs5630.aspx

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    Quote Originally Posted by dvo1 View Post
    From my understanding, there is no 110 lower cup in the size needed on the 66.
    There is. I have a Cane Creek 110 on my SB-66

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