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    2016 Devinci Troy Carbon. 150mm to 160mm?

    I'm upgrading my 150mm Pike to a 160mm "Boost" RS Lyrik (AVAL upgrade) with the same offset of 42mm. Anybody notice anything negative with the slight geo change with the +10mm?
    The Pike is unused and will be selling.

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    for me, nothing negative, I use a pike 160

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scottyman View Post
    I'm upgrading my 150mm Pike to a 160mm "Boost" RS Lyrik (AVAL upgrade) with the same offset of 42mm. Anybody notice anything negative with the slight geo change with the +10mm?
    The Pike is unused and will be selling.
    I had mine at 160 then put it back to 150. I found the front end wandered a bit on the climbs and I needed to make more of an effort to weight the front on the downs.

    Depends on the type of riding you do

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    I've been riding it with a 160 for a year and love it. Better for longer, steeper, rougher descents. Slightly worse for steep technical climbs. Pick your tradeoffs.

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