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    Here is my baby and 2 others we just finished building.

    Large Lime w/ 36, 1x10 w/ Prototype MRP Micro G2SL and DT Carbon Enduro 1550's




    Medium Turq w/ 36, 1x10 and MRP Mini G2 and DT Swiss 1750's




    Large Pro XTR w/ 36 and MRP LRP and DT Swiss 240s/EX500



    Med X9 w/ Lyric and MRP XCG 40 and DT Swiss Tricon 1700/1750F

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    Nice,

    How did you get the MRP LRP on there? did you have to do the BB Pinch mount type? Or were you able to get ISCG 05 spline/mount from yeti? This is going to hold me up when my frame gets here

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    Damn, that lime one looks better than I thought it would.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Penny View Post
    Damn, that lime one looks better than I thought it would.


    I want a lime one! Looks insane.
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    Anyone know if a 2.5 Minion will fit on the rear?

    I just talked to Jenson, and hopefully they will have the ISCG mounts up for sale on their site tomorrow.
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    bikes look sick, nice job

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    hot damn- that lime green is awesome.

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    I've got a medium on order. I'm 5'8'' but decided to stick with the medium. It's 3/4 in longer than my medium 2007 yeti 575. Here's my mix match of components, had to stick with a budget. I hope I like the medium, i keep going back and forth between small/med.

    Fork Talas 36 160
    Shifter Shimano XT Pods SL-M77010 | Black 1
    Crank Shimano XTR Race | Aluminum/Carbon | 175.00 | 26-38 1
    FrontDerailleur Shimano XT-M786-D 2x10 TS F-derail, blk, 66-69 T/B-pull D-Mou 1
    RearDerailleur Shimano XTR-M985 10sp Shadow Plus rear derail, SGS long cage
    Bars Crank brothers iodine 11
    Stem 50mm FSA
    Brakes Hayes Prime Pro
    Wheels SunRingle Charger Pro
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    Quote Originally Posted by awheeler View Post
    I've got a medium on order. I'm 5'8'' but decided to stick with the medium. It's 3/4 in longer than my medium 2007 yeti 575. Here's my mix match of components, had to stick with a budget. I hope I like the medium, i keep going back and forth between small/med.

    Fork Talas 36 160
    Shifter Shimano XT Pods SL-M77010 | Black 1
    Crank Shimano XTR Race | Aluminum/Carbon | 175.00 | 26-38 1
    FrontDerailleur Shimano XT-M786-D 2x10 TS F-derail, blk, 66-69 T/B-pull D-Mou 1
    RearDerailleur Shimano XTR-M985 10sp Shadow Plus rear derail, SGS long cage
    Bars Crank brothers iodine 11
    Stem 50mm FSA
    Brakes Hayes Prime Pro
    Wheels SunRingle Charger Pro
    Seatpost Reverb
    Chris King headset
    After talking to the guys at yeti, these run just a touch longer than their matching size 575. If your 575 is on the long end, go shorter. If you intend to set it up with a 6" fork, know that it will also slightly lengthen the effective TT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stoney98 View Post
    After talking to the guys at yeti, these run just a touch longer than their matching size 575. If your 575 is on the long end, go shorter. If you intend to set it up with a 6" fork, know that it will also slightly lengthen the effective TT.
    I think i'm going to stick with the medium and run wide bars and a 55mm stem. I think that will work well with the slack HA these bikes have.

    Anybody ridden one with a 180 fork?
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    Any info on the new Mrp guide? Is that the mini or a totally new guide called the micro?

    Thanks for any info.

    Great looking bikes.

    [QUOTE=SPEEDMONKEY;8266320]Here is my baby and 2 others we just finished building.

    Large Lime w/ 36, 1x10 w/ Prototype MRP Micro G2SL and DT Carbon Enduro 1550's

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    That Lime is really sweet looking! LOUD!

    But I already ordered black with a bunch of orange bling..for some OSU/KTM flavor.

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    Why YETI don't see that most of all plan add 160mm fork !!!

    When YETI will replace SEVEN (new system, less, weight & standover etc) ??

    BTW.
    it is very nice SB-66 ... but (again) with only 150mm ... YETI please add 10-20mm to the rear suspension


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    random question, but does anyone know why none of the pics of actually shipped bikes show a turquoise upper rocker link? I've only seen black, but on yeti's site and all the early release demos I've seen have turquoise rockers. Sounds picky, but I sort of liked the contrast with the black frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z2adambomb View Post
    random question, but does anyone know why none of the pics of actually shipped bikes show a turquoise upper rocker link? I've only seen black, but on yeti's site and all the early release demos I've seen have turquoise rockers. Sounds picky, but I sort of liked the contrast with the black frame.
    My understanding is that the production frames will only come with black link

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    Quote Originally Posted by kondi View Post
    Why YETI don't see that most of all plan add 160mm fork !!!

    When YETI will replace SEVEN (new system, less, weight & standover etc) ??

    BTW.
    it is very nice SB-66 ... but (again) with only 150mm ... YETI please add 10-20mm to the rear suspension


    http://www.sicklines.com/2011/07/22/2012...oil-setup/
    That is pretty sick looking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by awheeler View Post
    My understanding is that the production frames will only come with black link
    That's correct. The production rocker link is a ton lighter than the turquoise protos, too.
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    Anyone build up an XL yet?

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    what size for a 6' tall guy? whats the real geo on this fram?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Penny View Post
    Anyone know if a 2.5 Minion will fit on the rear?

    I just talked to Jenson, and hopefully they will have the ISCG mounts up for sale on their site tomorrow.
    They have them up now but what color are they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KTMDirtFace View Post
    They have them up now but what color are they?
    link? thx!
    I'd hit it, but I bruise like a peach.

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    M turq sb66
    haven carbon wheels
    Currently a fox 36 R loaner waiting for my 2012 36 float RLC that will arrive this week
    Hope M4 203/185
    Full 2x10 x0 cranks/shifters/der's
    MRP XCG...set up with BB adapter for now waiting for ISCG tabs
    RS Reverb
    Havoc carbon low bar
    Haven 55mm stem
    CK 110 headset
    Schwalbe Hans Dampf front/Trail king 2.2 rear both tubeless
    Chromag Moon DT saddle

    Currently weighs in at 30lbs even. Should drop a bit when I get the proper fork. Will run the RP23 for a bit and then try the Elka stage 5 that I kept off my previous bike just to see what it's like. The frame and shock weighed in at 8lbs vs the 7lbs advertised which is disappointing. Will be interesting to see what the carbon version comes in at as I may swap the frame out when they are available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GaryM View Post
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    The frame and shock weighed in at 8lbs vs the 7lbs advertised which is disappointing. .
    Nice build G- Can't wait to see pics


    I hate that when companies cheat on the frame weight, my ASR-7 was listed as 7.5, and my medium was 8.5 outta the box. So frustrating.....
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    Send pics pls
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    Here you go. Second ride today and loving it. Got things tweaked after yesterday and now it is everything I expected.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GaryM View Post
    Here you go. Second ride today and loving it. Got things tweaked after yesterday and now it is everything I expected.
    Hi Gary,
    can you compare it to other bikes you have ridden in the past? Interested to hear your thoughts vs. the Endo.

    Thanks for any thoughts.

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    bigger pics
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    Guys, any idea about where possible to find spare derailleur hanger for qr 135???
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    [QUOTE=orthorex;8257627]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.



    Hi there,

    Was wondering how come the switch link is in black on your bike. Aren't they suppose to be blueish metalic as seen on the Yeti website?

    Cheers,

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    And another one question: I'm try to calculate spring rate for SB-66 using tftuned spring calculator...

    Which one suspention type i have to choose 4 Bar / VPP or 4 Bar / VPP ?

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    [QUOTE=Proxyserv;8273634]
    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.



    Hi there,

    Was wondering how come the switch link is in black on your bike. Aren't they suppose to be blueish metalic as seen on the Yeti website?

    Cheers,
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    Posted my initial thoughts in the review thread.

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    My XX brakes arrived today, and replacing my Elixer's with the XX's dropped the finished weight to 28 3/4 pounds even. Got a couple more rides on her, and getting more impressed each time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by orthorex View Post
    Where did you get those Race Sport X-Kings? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogboy View Post
    Where did you get those Race Sport X-Kings? Thanks!
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    any owners have thoughts on pedaling? I rode one on Sunday, ran a fairly tall gear from a standstill, stood up and hammered like you would out of the gate. The rear end remained level and gave a firm platform to push off of the entire time. Then I ran right over a storm gutter, stayed level, great pedal feedback yet it still soaked it up without altering pedal feel. It was impressive. I'll be eager to build one up and see how it handles choppy technical climbs. Do any owners feel that the slack head angle (with a 36) is keeping the front end up too much in dicey climbs?

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    ^^ x2. I'm intrigued as to how the 160mm fork changes the geometry or are people primarily using the SB's as a mini DH sled?

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    Coming off a small ASR-7 w/ a Lyrik, this bike feels a little longer (TT) and easily as slack. Maybe even slacker.
    I normally like bikes cramped, hence the small 7, but I'm looking for a more all-round ride with this thing. I'm not looking to suffer up climbs. I'm not willing to compromise on the jumps, drops or decents. And most of all... to avoid that mid-stroke wallow.

    I'll have some ride time this weekend, and I can post back tomorrow with thoughts.

    Mashing on the road, it accelerates like a hardtail.

    fyi- I've owned ASR, ICT, VPP, DW, and SP's.

    I'm 5'10" and thats a Syncros Fric 45mm stem. Feeling alright.....
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    My bike is all ready to be built up, now if only I had something to attach my chainguide to.

    Hopefully, an e.13 bottom bracket adapter will be here monday....

    Also, anyone else using a 10x135 thru axle? The derailleur hanger is really funky and the axle needs be to threaded from the side (it doesn't just drop in).

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    I didn't get to climb anything choppy or technical today, but I rode most everything else, including wrecking on a decent drop that almost killed me .
    The super tech stuff is coming tomorrow.

    In short, the bike pedals better (IMO) than the others I have owned. (Including the Mojo I owned, which I f'ing loved).

    Some thoughts:

    I climbs, in the saddle or standing, fast like a hardtail. It didn't feel wallowy plush or sportscar firm, just right. All the time.

    Accelerates like a much lighter bike, even with a 2000g wheelset and 2.25" tires.

    The longer TT is growing on me, a super short stem helps. It feels plenty slack, so much so, that if I ran a 36, I'd order an Angleset to bring the HA back to 67 degrees.

    I didn't want to get off it.
    I'd hit it, but I bruise like a peach.

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    Here's my 66, all dirty and ridden hard.

    Here's my build:

    XL SB-66 in black c/w RP23 shock
    Chris King black headset
    Marzocchi 55 Micro Ti fork (soon to be changed to 2012 Fox 36 Float or 36 Talas)
    Mavic Crossmax wheels
    XTR Trail brakes
    XTR 980 shifters I-spec
    XT Shadow rear derailleur (soon to be changed to XTR Shadow Plus mid cage)
    XT direct mount front derailleur
    XT 10 spd 11-36 cassette
    KMC X10SL gold chain
    XT cranks w/ e13 bash and 22-34 chainrings
    XTR Trail pedals
    Race Face SixC carbon bar
    Race Face Atlas stem
    Fizik Gobi XM carbon rail saddle
    Rockshox Reverb post
    Prototype Maxxis Minion DHF front tire 26X2.4
    Prototype Maxxis Ardent rear tire 26X2.24


    The XL frame weight with shock was 7 lbs 9 oz which is a bit heavier than I expected but still pretty reasonable for a big frame. I'll take a few extra ounces given the stiffness of the frame.

    My build isn't complete yet but I'm close. I also have XT 776 wheels with burlier tires that I'll be swapping with Crossmaxes when I want to hit some bigger trails.
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    Here's my build:

    Med SB-66 (Ordered from Competitive Cyclist. June 17th)
    Cane Creek 110 HS
    Fox Float 32 RLC
    I-9 hubs - Stans ZTR Arch rear, 355 front rim
    Avid Elixor 5 brakes
    XO Shifters
    XO rear derailleur - Med Cage
    X9 direct mount front derailleur
    Sram 10 spd 11-36 cassette
    Sram Chain
    XX Crank 26-39 2x10
    Shimano Pedals
    Stylo bar
    Easton Havoc Stem 65mm
    WTB Saddle
    Rockshox Reverb post
    Conti X-King 2.4 front and rear

    I still need to route my rear brake hose through the suspension linkage. Right now it loops over and I didn't want to mess with unhooking hose and bleeding the brakes. Also, need to get some black wire ties to replace the white ones I had around the house. Priority was to just get it built up and ridden.

    I started with the 575 Enduro build from Competitive Cyclist. I ended up returning the frame since i was never able to get the suspension set up to my liking. It came with the DHX Air, and from what I understand, it was designed more for the RP23. They took back the frame no questions asked like website advertises. I was originally going to just utilize the Enduro build kit from the 575, but ended up going overboard on some wheel and drivetrain upgrades.

    Initial impressions on the SB66 are very good. My other mtn bike is a SC Blur XC, and I think the SB66 has a better pedaling platform for climbing. On the decents and rock gardens, it just seems to float over the obstacles.
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    enduro build weight?

    Nice looking bike bpnic.
    Did you get a chance to weigh it at all? I'm interested at what the enduro build comes in at.

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjackson33 View Post
    Nice looking bike bpnic.
    Did you get a chance to weigh it at all? I'm interested at what the enduro build comes in at.

    Cheers
    Thanks RJacks.

    It weighed 29 pounds even for a bone stock medium enduro w/o pedals.
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    The build went smoothly, except the internal cable routing stumped me for about 45 minutes. And don't forget to check the bolts and grease them. Mine were dry as a bone. Chainguide should go on tomorrow (with BB adapter for now).

    I rode her for about 10 minutes up a dirt road and could instantly feel the amazing traction on the loose stuff, even with no propedal. She has a much more efficient feel than my old Covert.


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    eonicks,

    Why did you use different rims for you front and back I9 build? Looking at purchasing I9s for my 2011 575. Figured enduro with Stan's Flow front and back. Great looking bike, by the way. I'll be in for a 5" version if they ever get around to making it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ltngbg99 View Post
    eonicks,

    Why did you use different rims for you front and back I9 build? Looking at purchasing I9s for my 2011 575. Figured enduro with Stan's Flow front and back. Great looking bike, by the way. I'll be in for a 5" version if they ever get around to making it.
    I often do the same - rear takes a bigger load and hits, so having a sturdier rim there - like Arch vs 355 would make sense. With Flows they are plenty strong for anything.

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    That makes some sense. Thanks. I guess the only advantage is minimal weight savings with the mismatched pair.

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    I am still waiting for my frame to arrive and have been thinking about the brake cable routing as mentioned by EONICKS...

    Can anyone see a problem with simply unbolting the upper axle on the rear linkage and feeding the cable in this way?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ltngbg99 View Post
    eonicks,

    Why did you use different rims for you front and back I9 build? Looking at purchasing I9s for my 2011 575. Figured enduro with Stan's Flow front and back. Great looking bike, by the way. I'll be in for a 5" version if they ever get around to making it.
    Thanks! Competitive Cyclist specs them that way. They carry a "signature" wheelset they try to keep in stock. (either all black, or the red with pewter spokes) So instead of ordering a custom build and waiting the two or three months, I decided this was a good choice. Just like Axe said, the Arch is a bit wider and sturdier than the 355. When installing the stan's yellow tape, you can tell the difference, though pretty small. The instant engagement of the freehub is pretty amazing.

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