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    VooDoo Canzo Owners - differences between 06 and 07 frames?

    Hey there,

    First off, TIA in advance to anyone who can help me out with my question!

    Are there any significant differences between the 2006 Canzo Frame versus the 2007? I was hoping www.voodoocycles.net might keep an archive of all of their previous years' models, but they don't.

    Thanks!

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    1" of travel is probably the biggest change.

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    I am building a 07 Canzo 26 and the differences are in the rear triangle and rocker arm. the 06 was a 4" travel bike and the 07 & 08 are 5" travel
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    from 07 to 08 they moved the rocker arm pivot from the back of the seat post to the front of the seat post and the 07 had 1 cross brace on the swingarm and the 08 has 2 braces on it and they moved the cable routing from -07- under the top tube -08- on top of the top tube
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    @ Zoke 2: Thanks for this info! Exactly the kind of stuff I was looking for.

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    are you looking at the 26 or the 29?
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    I actually just pulled the trigger on a "new" 06 Canzo 26. 20". Comes with a Manitou 4 Way Swinger, Ritchey headset. Gotta start building the puppy up now.

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    I got my 07 Canzo 26 - 18" a few weeks ago and I am almost finished buidling it up. mine came with a RS MC 3.3 rear shock. I see they still have some 06 Canzo frames on ebay
    post some pics of yours when you can ... heres mine



    Frame: 07 Voodoo Canzo 26
    Fork: 08 Marzocchi XC 600 TST2
    Shock: Rock Shox MC 3.3
    Headset: Chris King
    Handlebar: Kore CF Riser
    Stem: Kore Alloy 110
    Seatpost: Kore CF I-Beam
    Seat: Kore I-Beam
    Front & Rear Der: XT
    Shifter Pods: XT
    Brake Levers: XT
    Hubs: XT Disc 6 bolt
    Rims: Sun Rhyno Lite
    Skewers: Kore Alloy
    Crankset: XT
    Pedals: Shimano 747
    Brakes: Avid mech
    Rotors: Avid 160 mm
    Cassette: Shimano 8 speed
    Chain: Sram 8 speed
    Grips: Scott AT-4
    Front Tire: Michelin WildGripper Front S
    Rear Tire: Michelin WildGripper XL S
    Computer: Cateye Enduro 8
    Weight: tbd
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    Okay, so here's where I'm at right now:

    Frame: 06 Voodoo Canzo 26
    Fork: 08 Rockshox Reba Team Dual Air PushLoc 100mm (3.49lbs)
    Shock: Maintou Swinger 4 Way SPV
    Headset: Ritchey Comp
    Handlebar: Easton EA50 Monkeybar Riser
    Stem: Easton EA50 110
    Seatpost: Thomson Elite
    Seat: WTB Rocket V Race
    Front Der: SLX M661
    Rear Der: LX
    Shifter Pods: XTR SL-M952 (the classsics! actually got these NIB, amazing deal!)
    Brake Levers: Avid Speed Dial 7
    Wheelset: Mavic Crossride Disc (we'll see how these hold up, given the so-so reviews)
    Crankset: SLX M660 Triple
    Pedals: Time ATAC XS
    Brakes: Avid BB7 Mech
    Fr. Rotors: Avid 203mm
    Rear Rotors: Avid 185mm
    Cassette: XT 9 speed
    Chain: Ultegra/XT
    Grips: ODI Rogue lock-ons
    Front Tire: Panaracer Fire XC Pro
    Rear Tire: Panaracer Fire XC Pro
    Computer: Cateye Enduro 8
    Weight: TBD, but I know she's not going to be a lightweight.

    -Dave

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    Post some pics of that bike when you get a chance ... sounds like a nice build
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    I definitely will. If it's still sunny out when I get home after work, I'll take some pics of the frame and post them up for the time being. Actual build won't happen for probably another week or so. Ended up with an '06 frame off of eBay, just as you had mentioned in an earlier post.

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    Anybody know where to find an '08 medium. I spent some time today only make a list of who does not have them. I was unable to get any lead-time information for a new order.

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    try contacting milewidesports.com in Flagstaff, AZ ... they have a store on ebay maybe you could email them from there and see if they can get you one
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    here is a 08 medium on ebay
    http://cgi.ebay.com/08-Voodoo-Canzo-...QQcmdZViewItem
    the 08 frame is 1/2 pound lighter than the 07 because they went to a smaller seat tube 07=31.6 and the 08=27.2 so the seat post and F der clamp will be smaller sizes also. I got my frame for $530 and this one has a "buy it now" price of $599

    and Outside Outfitters has the complete bike in all 3 sizes in stock
    http://www.outsideoutfitters.com/p-1...lete-bike.aspx
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoke2
    here is a 08 medium on ebay
    http://cgi.ebay.com/08-Voodoo-Canzo-...QQcmdZViewItem
    the 08 frame is 1/2 pound lighter than the 07 because they went to a smaller seat tube 07=31.6 and the 08=27.2 so the seat post and F der clamp will be smaller sizes also. I got my frame for $530 and this one has a "buy it now" price of $599
    I had to offer him 550 before he accepted. The seattube is a 31.6. So maybe not an 08 as he advertises? Has the RS Monarch 4.2 shock
    The frame weighed 6.8 pounds on my digital fish scale, not sure how accurate it is. XT (LX cranks) build with X717 disc rims, bb7 brakes and RS Revelation Coil fork weighs in at 27.5 on my bathroom scale. The same scale weighs my steel HT at 28.5 pounds.

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    are the cables routed under the top tube(07) or on top of the top tube(08) and I think the 08's come with the monarch shock as my 07 came with the MC 3.3 shock
    and I think your scale might be off ... my 18" frame weighs 5.5 lbs and my total bike weighes 29 lbs - but the fork is heavy so i could shave a pound off with a different fork
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    The cables run along the top of the top tube. Yeah, I wouldn't use my scales in a bet. Rode it for the first time today. After riding nothing but hardtails for 15 years it was a little different. But I definetely liked it. Going from an 8 speed to 9 speed was the biggest surprise. Really easy to keep a good cadence with the tighter gear selection. Now I have to convert my HT to 9 speed.

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    can you post some pics of the new bike
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    Some pics.
    <a href="https://picasaweb.google.com/usafDan/VoodooCanzo/photo#5238987718826968290"><img src="https://lh3.ggpht.com/usafDan/SLSfkqtQxOI/AAAAAAAABMk/X7polR4NZgI/s144/IMG_0419.JPG" /></a>

    <a href="https://picasaweb.google.com/usafDan/VoodooCanzo/photo#5238987724695138562"><img src="https://lh6.ggpht.com/usafDan/SLSflAkV8QI/AAAAAAAABMs/yMfs4MI47S8/s144/IMG_0420.JPG" /></a>

    <a href="https://picasaweb.google.com/usafDan/VoodooCanzo/photo#5238987729792880226"><img src="https://lh5.ggpht.com/usafDan/SLSflTjvTmI/AAAAAAAABM0/dNtiDI9B7pY/s144/IMG_0421.JPG" /></a>

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    is that an 18" frame? and what length is that seat post???
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    That's the first thing I thought when I pulled it out of the box. But I measuerd it and measures exactly to the geometry specs on Voodoo's webpage for an 18".
    I will admit I like my seat high, but after the first ride I might need to lower it. Had some problems on the steep climbs with the front popping up, could never really find the sweet spot for climbs. Still learning the FS stuff. The seat post has 9" sticking out with about 5 in the frame, on my hardtail there is 10" out of the frame.
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