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    Can you check if itís worth rotating the rear shock to get smoother cable routing?

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    I don't think it would really make any difference. The cable action is very smooth on the lockout already so its unlikely to have any effect.

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    I agree with daveinaus. I ran my lockout cable both ways and did not notice a difference in resistance. I went back to a loop so the cable isn't constantly moving with the shock which opens the door for cable rub.

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    Quote Originally Posted by osokolo View Post


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    Nice!!!!

    I was in my LBS - my Carbon 2 (yes, only C2, wish I could have convinced the wife to get the World Cup!) is sitting in the back in itís box. I wonít have it completely paid for till Mid January, but he is cool with me taking it home and building it up, then bringing it back and he will have it on display - might do that over Christmas!
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    Anyone have the axle to crown measurement for the Carbon??

    Cheers!

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    I just got confirmation that I should receive my limited edition (XTR) before Christmas.
    Merry Christmas to me!

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    Sweet! Are you in the US? Last I heard, mine wonít be here until Jan 6th.

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    Hi,

    I just cancel my sc blur order, I have been waiting like 5 months for the xtr group and I ordered a scalpel hi mod 1. I am also changing the wheelset to a enve m525 with 240. In two weeks should arrive!

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    My limited edition XTR should arrive at the dealer today! (In europe). Hope I can pick it up by Saturday.

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    Seems Christmas will be pretty nice for a few a bunch of us!!! I popped by my LBS and came home with this lovely box!! Not completely paid for, so will build it up over Christmas and take it back to hang off the ceiling as artwork till I finish paying for it!

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    ... and if we just ...

    My LBS just sent me this picture:
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    Now I have to wait till Saturday!

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    Quote Originally Posted by osteo View Post
    Seems Christmas will be pretty nice for a few a bunch of us!!!...

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    Yikes! Looks like a big ol boot print from someone walking on your box

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToastR View Post
    Yikes! Looks like a big ol boot print from someone walking on your box
    I didnít even notice till you just pointed it out... just took a look, itís fine the narrow side of the box kept it rigid. There is actually a larger hole in the other end, you canít see due to the shadow but the the frame is untouched inside. Poor shipping and handling for sure. Iíll do a nice slow and careful inspection when I take it out of the box and my buddy that actually works at the bike shop will be with me when Iím building it in case anything is amiss.

    Good eye ToastR, thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by osteo View Post
    ...the frame is untouched inside...D
    Glad to hear it! Since I'm living vicariously through you on this for the time being - its important that its all good

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToastR View Post
    Glad to hear it! Since I'm living vicariously through you on this for the time being - its important that its all good
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    I found in the manual that you are not supposed to put spacers on top of the stem.

    DO NOT: Stack spacers (3) on top of the stem (2) or exceed the
    55mm Maximum stack height (total spacer height stacked
    between the top of the head tube (5) and the stem (2)
    Exceeding maximum stack height with spacers (3) or
    locating spacers on top of the handlebar stem can place
    significant stress on the steerer tube (4). It could break.


    Quote Originally Posted by daveinaus View Post
    And here it is on it's maiden voyage.



    Still need to trim the steerer and will probably swap the crankset over once my Garabruk chain ring arrives. Might have to put a weight weenie seatpost on at some point as well.

    As for initial thoughts, it is much faster in the rough stuff than the FSi. Maybe a tad sluggish in smooth uphills but honestly I don't think it's giving up much at all. The new Lefty is amazing! So smooth and a much better pedalling platform than the 2.0 which I thought was still pretty good.

    Comes in at 10.4kg for a Large frame so I'm giving up about 1kg compared to the FSi which about what I expected. Should be able to knock it down under 10kg with a few simple changes though which I'll be happy with. Anyway very happy with my purchase.

    NSW State XCO champs are next week so will get it's first race day very soon!

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    Received my bike Saturday and installed my wheels and new saddle and post. Will be replacing the seatpost with a dropper post coming summer. Now waiting for the trails to dry out a bit for a first ride!

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    Quote Originally Posted by roxtr View Post
    My LBS just sent me this picture:
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    Now I have to wait till Saturday!
    O crap ! It comes almost completely disassembled, not even a rear shock is in place, and the shifter cable is still in a loop. I am ordering it by mail so I will have to do it all by myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BorisGoreta View Post
    O crap ! It comes almost completely disassembled, not even a rear shock is in place, and the shifter cable is still in a loop. I am ordering it by mail so I will have to do it all by myself.
    Take your time, Iím in the process of doing my build - no instructions aside from the bike manual, Fox shock manual and Ocho Manual - the Ocho manual tells you how to run the lines and setting up the fork but not about building the bike up - which isnít too difficult. But, now Iím looking for instructions on how to run the lockouts.
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    BAM!!!!

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    2lbs heavier than my old Niner Jet 9 RDO (which I finally sold!!) but it still has tubes in it.

    Can anyone tell me what these are for that has done their own builds, I was thinking they were for the lock out adjustments but that is not the case. They are threaded on the inside on one end and have an oblong/cam opening at the other end.

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    Iím so tempted to put it in the back of the truck and go for a quick ride. The roads here have salt on them, but there are some walking path with some small short single track trails 5min from me...

    Oh - a while back there was a question of the top of the Ocho hitting the bottom of the down tube, in my case it clears, not by much mind you. (Sorry for the rotated pic).

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    Maybe Ocho clears the frame on sizes L and XL and not on M and S ?

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    Osteo, Those are valve core removal tools.

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    Looks awesome Osteo! Love that colourway!

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    Quote Originally Posted by norty_mtb View Post
    Osteo, Those are valve core removal tools.
    Thanks Norty!

    Well, my maiden ride - all of 5min is done and Iím pleased! Going to sell that seat though... more importantly the blue in the frame is almost the same as my truck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by osteo View Post
    Thanks Norty!

    Well, my maiden ride - all of 5min is done and Iím pleased! Going to sell that seat though... more importantly the blue in the frame is almost the same as my truck!

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    You could do what I did with my '18. I bought a custom Fizik to match the bike. Wasn't cheap, but looks cool. Fizik saddles are comfortable to me.
    '18 Scalpel Si Carbon 2 Eagle
    '12 Flash 29r C3 with a few mods
    '10 Synapse 5 Carbon with a few mods as well..

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    Does Hollowgram 23 rim need tape to go tubeless? Does it have spoke holes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BorisGoreta View Post
    Does Hollowgram 23 rim need tape to go tubeless? Does it have spoke holes?
    Yes, you do need tubeless tape.

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    To those who assembled their bikes themselves, be sure to leave a little slack in the rear brake hose as it passes under the BB. Mine was too tight and it acted as a saw every time I compressed the suspension.

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    Isn't your serial number exposed in the round sticker?
    I hope that damage won't affect your frame.

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    Doesnít look readable to me. Even so, I am not concerned.

    The damage wasnít too deep.

    Edit: Ah, I see what you mean. Corrected.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GChuckyB View Post
    To those who assembled their bikes themselves, be sure to leave a little slack in the rear brake hose as it passes under the BB. Mine was too tight and it acted as a saw every time I compressed the suspension.

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    Wow... mine was mostly assembled, didnít have to do the brakes nor shifters, but Iím going to go take a look and see how much slack there is under the BB.
    ...

    And directly under the BB from factory there is about 1/2Ē of space between the cable and frame (if you re-do yours).

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    His serial # is under the hose. That cable rub sucks, but I think you will be fine, and you need to leave a lot of slack there for suspension movement anyway. To anyone building their own bike or even shop mechanics. If you are going for as clean as possible cables (which you should be) unbolt the rear shock and compress the suspension to find out how much of a loop you need to leave there.

    Also any of you that got a Scalpel Si LE XTR can you confirm what spokes it actually has? Spec sheet says champion, I find that weird. Most of the other bikes come with comp spokes. If that is indeed the case I want to get some lighter spokes ordered before my bike shows up.

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    By finger feeling spokes are butted 2.0/1.8/2.0 and round. Not flat spokes like I had in my previous Carbon 1

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    Ok cool, I can live with DT comp's. I just sold my 2018 HM1 and it had aerolite spokes so I'm sad for the downgrade.

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    My friend bought a Scalpel SI World Cup, he turned the rear shock another way to get a better lockout cable routing, however, he unscrewed the cable on the shock, then re-tightened it again, and activaited the remote button, it doesn't work at all, no matter how he installed the cable, the shock keeps locked-out. Anyone has any idea what goes wrong here? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by scalpel226 View Post
    My friend bought a Scalpel SI World Cup, he turned the rear shock another way to get a better lockout cable routing, however, he unscrewed the cable on the shock, then re-tightened it again, and activaited the remote button, it doesn't work at all, no matter how he installed the cable, the shock keeps locked-out. Anyone has any idea what goes wrong here? Thanks
    Sounds like there is slack in the cable or the cable is not seated in the lockout dial when re-tightened. Does the lockout dial rotate enough when the lever is pressed?
    Also, make sure he keeps the cable housing is not touching the frame where it enters. When you flip the shock, the housing will now move every time the shock is activated and can rub the frame. You can see a few posts earlier what happens when cable housing rubs a carbon frame.

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    What type of tubes come with the bike? Schwalbe standard or extra light?

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    Cannondale Scalpel Limited Edition

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    Why are these barrel adjusters in the middle of the cable ?
    And at the point where cables enter the lever box there is nothing, I can even see the metal cable in the hose at that point. There is no cap or barrel at the point where cable enters the lever box.
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    What is this sticker doing here:
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    My rubber bumper which protects the down tube fell off when I was testing if the Ocho would hit the frame at that point. What kind of a glue should I use to glue it back into place ?

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    I have changed rear rotor to new XTR rotor but other than that itís still stock. Studded tires because of the winter.

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    What exact tires are those ? Image is low quality.

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    This washer was attached like this. Is it necessary to install it ? I think it goes on the other side but I was able to screw Time ATAC pedals without it and there was no problems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BorisGoreta View Post
    This washer was attached like this. Is it necessary to install it ? I think it goes on the other side but I was able to screw Time ATAC pedals without it and there was no problems.
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    Itís recommended to install the pedal washers on as an added safeguard against seizing, imho


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    Quote Originally Posted by BorisGoreta View Post
    What exact tires are those ? Image is low quality.
    These are Suomityres WXC300

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    @BorisGoreta

    The barrel adjuster are there because of the construction of the lockout lever. The lever can only accept a cable without cap (4mm diameter hole). Therefore you need a short portion of cable to connect between the lockout lever and the adjuster. The adjuster does require a cable + endcap to fit.

    The sticker is for the virtual reality thing I've seen somewhere online, tried to google it but maybe it's a dealer only tool, not sure.

    My Limited edition did not come with a bumper on the downtube (size medium) and the lefty clears the downtube so no need for the bumper. Does yours clear the downtube?

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    This is the app to use with the sticker, kind of neat

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...tc.vuforiaview

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    Any of you guys had problems with the button that locks the release of the front wheel in the lefty ocho? Mine broke, and I left it in the shop to replace it.

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    Mine is size L and the top of the fork hits the downtube by a fraction of a millimeter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BorisGoreta View Post
    Mine is size L and the top of the fork hits the downtube by a fraction of a millimeter.
    Strange... manufacturing differences? is that top cap tightened all the way? I seem to recall it says not to over-tighten it as it will impeded the lockout movement, but maybe you donít have it seated correctly?
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    Hey Guys - anyone know (or that has had their ocho out of the frame) what the steerer tube is made out of on the Aluminum Ocho?

    Iím considering putting in the OneUp EDC tool in the steerer tube but it says it needs to be an aluminum steerer. Iím thinking that is likely due to the tapping tool they have wonít cut steel. - and I have not had a chance to measure to see if the EDC will fit as yet either.

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    I am sure they are aware of it since it came with a bumper. So it is not the top cap. What glue should I use to put the bumper back into place ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BorisGoreta View Post
    I am sure they are aware of it since it came with a bumper. So it is not the top cap. What glue should I use to put the bumper back into place ?
    I guess they check them all before boxing the bikes up and if it touches they send a bumper, as I didnít get one, but you also have the carbon ocho so maybe there is a slight difference there.

    As for glue... I wonder if 3M makes a double sides tape?
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    There wasn't a tape there but some sticky stuff.

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    After riding the bike for 4 days a crackling noise started to appear when pedaling uphill. I have narrowed it down to the back wheel, the sound is the same as when checking the spokes for tension. The back wheel might be just a little bit loose but I am not sure. I have checked the main max. 11Nm bolt and this is fine. I guess I have to remove the back wheel and see what is happening.

    Also both T25 Lock'r bolts were no where near 5 Nm as it says on the bolt. Make sure you check them, there are two of them.

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    If I remember right, BorisGoreta you have the limited edition XTR. Check to see that the plastic spacer behind the cassette is installed. This can cause the creaking noise you mentioned.
    A few discussions on this on the Shimano and Drivetrain threads.
    https://forums.mtbr.com/drivetrain-s...l#post13678077
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    Quote Originally Posted by osteo View Post
    BAM!!!!

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    2lbs heavier than my old Niner Jet 9 RDO (which I finally sold!!) but it still has tubes in it.

    Can anyone tell me what these are for that has done their own builds, I was thinking they were for the lock out adjustments but that is not the case. They are threaded on the inside on one end and have an oblong/cam opening at the other end.

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    Iím so tempted to put it in the back of the truck and go for a quick ride. The roads here have salt on them, but there are some walking path with some small short single track trails 5min from me...

    Oh - a while back there was a question of the top of the Ocho hitting the bottom of the down tube, in my case it clears, not by much mind you. (Sorry for the rotated pic).

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    My ocho on a Medium clear by 5-6mm. Do you have the bottom headset cup installed? I really want to get rid of it on my bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scooterman View Post
    My ocho on a Medium clear by 5-6mm. Do you have the bottom headset cup installed? I really want to get rid of it on my bike.
    Good question.. no idea, I didnít think to look as the Ocho was already installed. Will check tonight if I remember.
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    Hers mine upgrades ar coming
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    Ice Spiker Pro are great tires, I had them in 26" version on my previous Scalpel

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    Quote Originally Posted by osteo View Post
    Good question.. no idea, I didnít think to look as the Ocho was already installed. Will check tonight if I remember.
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    You do, sorry I can see it when I zoom your picture. Wonder why yours has so little clearance?

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