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    Bike porn

    And Boom goes the dynamite.













    Put this up on another forum, figured I would show it here too.


    Build : 41.38 lbs
    Fame: Shocker DH
    Shock: Vivid
    Fork: Boxxer race
    Wheels: DT 6.1's on 340 hubs
    Headset, bars, and direct mount stem: Sunline V1
    brakes: Avid Elixir R 203/185
    Shifter,rear D: SRAM X9
    Grips: ODI lock ons "Oury"
    cranks: Gravity Light
    Pedals: Truvativ Holzfeller
    Cassett: XT
    Guide: MRP G2
    Tires: Specialized Clutch

    Took her on the first ride today. I frign love it. Very balanced, drifts nice, nimble, and doesn't get caught up on rocks n roots. FAST!!! Cove got this one right.
    "If Liberace was alive, he'd be proud to ride that mofo."

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    I could gap that.
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    Damn, that front end looks so beastly!!
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    I've always liked this frame...

    Did you weigh it before adding the parts? It's a good weight complete...
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    The internet sounds like a tough place to ride.

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    i call it a kaiser blade
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    the deep cove jolly roger looks really cool on a black frame.

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    Good tire choice. sad that it weighs so much for such a good build. go tubeless. those Clutch tires go tubeless like cake.. heck easier than cake... like pie.
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    Always had a thing for those Coves.

    Very nice indeed

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    Quote Originally Posted by chooofoojoo
    Good tire choice. sad that it weighs so much for such a good build. go tubeless. those Clutch tires go tubeless like cake.. heck easier than cake... like pie.
    What do you mean its a shame it weighs so much? 41 pounds for a full on DH bike is not heavy, its just not stupid light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorcoRider
    What do you mean its a shame it weighs so much? 41 pounds for a full on DH bike is not heavy, its just not stupid light.
    He just has a 39lbs build spec on most other frames. 41 isn't bad by most terms.

    I guess my 33.5lbs race bike this year has skewed my weight ratings
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    Thanks for the complements.

    I am alabout the weight. For a 12 1/2 lb. frame, its not bad. And its no FRO bike.
    "If Liberace was alive, he'd be proud to ride that mofo."

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    nice bike. on my scale, 41 is pretty light. my bike is on the upper end of 44.
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    wait...what?
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    what boom? more like a zing!

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    sweet............
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    Sick! I really like that frame! Nice build too! 41lbs is nothing to get frazzled about. That's still damn light in my book!
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    The build on that Specialized is piiiimp.
    A trail thatís too difficult wouldnít exist because itíd never be used. But, trails can exist thatíre too difficult for you.

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    The build on that Specialized is piiiimp.
    X2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickle
    The build on that Specialized is piiiimp.
    yes...yes indeed

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    nice build man. Just got my shocker beginning of this week. can't wait to ride it..
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    where's the porn??




    really?

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    Quote Originally Posted by captain spaulding
    nice build man. Just got my shocker beginning of this week. can't wait to ride it..
    Is that entire frame painted with Hammerite? that has got to add some weight...
    Passion is what we all need, the rest is secondary.
    Yeah I ride fixed on occasion, get over it.

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    Sick bike man. Love the little tag line too :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by cmooreboards
    Is that entire frame painted with Hammerite? that has got to add some weight...
    Yeah it looks like its covered in Rhino lining lol, whatever it is it looks like it would definitely add some grams

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    I love those shocker frames. Really sick looking bikes.
    I might think of upgrading that boxxer race to a new team or WC. The adjustability is unbeatable.

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    Is this more bike porn?
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