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    -07 demo 8. sweet

    Finally some pics of the bike. Enjoy!





    Hope you like it!

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    Nice!
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    i still think '06 demos had sexier geo... but this rig is hot!!

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    Specs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ikilledkenny2
    Specs?
    especially the weight if you wouldn't mind...

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    I don`t know the weight yet.

    Specialized Demo 8 2007.
    Fox DHX 5.0 coil 8.75x2.75.
    Fork: -06 Marzocchi 888 RC2X.
    Headset: FSA Pig DH Pro.
    stem: Atomlab.
    handlebar: DaBomb .
    Chain Guide: Blackspire DS-1 Dual Slalom.
    Cranks: Truvativ Holzfeller -06
    Bottom bracket: Truvativ Howitzer team -06
    pedals: Wellgo B-54
    Cassette: shimano 105 9sp 12-25
    Chain: SRAM PC 991 9sp
    Derailleur: Shimano 105 9sp ss silver
    brakes; Hayes HFX-9 DH, soon -07juicy 5
    rear wheel; Hope Pro II hub on Mavic EX729 rim
    front wheel: DaBomb Headspinn hub on Intense mag30 rim
    Tyres; Maxxis Minion DH Front 26 x 2.5 Dual Ply Super Tacky 42a
    Maxxis Minion DH Rear 26 x 2.5 Dual Ply MaxxPro 60a
    saddle: Da Bomb Da Da

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    love the stickerless 888s. nice ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nilsson
    Hope you like it!
    i dont like it but i hope you do.





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    thumbsup: Nice..........................
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    sweet...
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    New question here.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nilsson
    I don`t know the weight yet.

    Specialized Demo 8 2007.
    Fox DHX 5.0 coil 8.75x2.75”.
    Fork: -06 Marzocchi 888 RC2X.
    Headset: FSA Pig DH Pro.
    stem: Atomlab.
    handlebar: DaBomb .
    Chain Guide: Blackspire DS-1 Dual Slalom.
    Cranks: Truvativ Holzfeller -06
    Bottom bracket: Truvativ Howitzer team -06
    pedals: Wellgo B-54
    Cassette: shimano 105 9sp 12-25
    Chain: SRAM PC 991 9sp
    Derailleur: Shimano 105 9sp ss silver
    brakes; Hayes HFX-9 DH, soon -07juicy 5
    rear wheel; Hope Pro II hub on Mavic EX729 rim
    front wheel: DaBomb Headspinn hub on Intense mag30 rim
    Tyres; Maxxis Minion DH Front 26 x 2.5 Dual Ply Super Tacky 42a
    Maxxis Minion DH Rear 26 x 2.5 Dual Ply MaxxPro 60a
    saddle: Da Bomb Da Da
    I think that you got the rear derailleur wrong. It says Shimano 105 and that is a road derailleur. On specialized's website it says Sram x-9 short cage. This makes me confused. sick bike!
    Last edited by giant alameda rider; 06-30-2007 at 12:11 AM.
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    Sweet bike.

    Quote Originally Posted by giant alameda rider
    I think that you got the rear derailleur wrong. It says Shimano 105 and that is a road derailleur. On specialized's website it says Sram x-9 short cage. This makes me confused
    It's a 105. Look at the way the cable is routed. Srams are direct and Pre-08 Shimano's require a loop of cable housing. The derailleur also has a convex shape and polished finish. Sram's are boxy.

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    oookay then....

    Quote Originally Posted by giant alameda rider
    I think that you got the rear derailleur wrong. It says Shimano 105 and that is a road derailleur. On specialized's website it says Sram x-9 short cage. This makes me confused. sick bike!
    yea.. so if you haven't noticed yet, this isn't quite the stock build, so specialized's website won't give you much info about it. second, that is definately the 105 'micro' cage der. love those things to death. stainless steel.. tough as hell. nice bike!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chooofoojoo
    yea.. so if you haven't noticed yet, this isn't quite the stock build, so specialized's website won't give you much info about it. second, that is definately the 105 'micro' cage der. love those things to death. stainless steel.. tough as hell. nice bike!
    How do those work for trail riding? It seems like it won't be tough enough for dh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by giant alameda rider
    How do those work for trail riding? It seems like it won't be tough enough for dh.
    They are tougher then sram x7, x9, x0 ders... no aluminum on those babies.. solid stainless steel.

    Snapped numerous der hangers off my foes (burly der hangers!) and the 105 laughed it off. still have my original one today.

    they are tough as nails. indeed tough enough for dh use
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