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    Devinci Wilson...Dialed (38lbs)

    Just got my bike built up, super stoked with it. Still got it light, but kept with a solid wheel build for strength. 38 lbs.
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    Wow man, nice job. that thing looks sick!!!!

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    Frame: Devinci Wilson 4 (med)
    Shock: DHX 5.0 air
    Fork: Boxxer WC w/ short crown
    Headset: e.13 reducer with Ritchey headset
    Stem: Point One DM
    Bar: Deity Dirty Thirty
    Brakes: Avid Elixer CR 203mm f/r
    Derailleur: Sram X9 short
    Shifter: Sram X9
    Cranks: Holzfeller OCT w/ e.13 Guide Ring
    Guide: e.13 LG1
    Pedals: Atomlab Aircorp
    Chain:Sram PC991 hollow pin
    Seatpost: Raceface Revolution
    Seat: Titec Pluto
    Rims: Mavic EX729
    Hubs: Ringle Abbah rear, Formula front
    Tires: Highroller 3C 2.5 rear, MinionF 3C 2.5 front
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    It's so clean! Ahh, the new bike glow.

    Looks good.
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    wait...what?
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    whats the decal under the bottom bracket?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaliforniaNicco
    whats the decal under the bottom bracket?
    The big downtube decal? There's nothing under the BB
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    wait...what?
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    sorry, I meant the green pixilation decal where it says "devinci" with a matt black background....

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    (Jaw drops to keyboard.) Very clean bike man. One of the nices D's out there for sure!
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    Meh.
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    That's a nice looking ride.

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    Awesome looking, good work!! Love those Wilson's......
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    clean!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    That is one beautiful sled! Damn nice my man!
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    Beautiful
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    needs a scale shot. but nice looking bike

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    That's sexy. Let us all know how it rides, I've had my eye on a Devinci for quite a while now.

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    pretty bike
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    Nice, but needs 2 pounds of coil spring added to it, then I would be impressed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim F.
    Nice, but needs 2 pounds of coil spring added to it, then I would be impressed.
    I would like to hear what he has to say about that dhx air after he has some trail time..



    sexy bike by the way

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim F.
    Nice, but needs 2 pounds of coil spring added to it, then I would be impressed.
    start with yourself
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    whoa damn good looking bike

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    This is not a legit thread till someone says...

    "It will look better when it get dirty"

    OR

    "Why isn't it dirty yet?"

    OR

    "Time to get it dirty."

    Time for someone to Christian this bike with those words....
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    i am completley and utterly speechless. dude that is one sexy bike!!!!! i swear dude i had no idea such a bike could exist. thats like a dimond in the rough. WOWOWOWOWOWOWOOWOWOWOWOWOWOWOW she be perty.

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    How do you like the High Roller? Is it a true 2.5 tyre, or would you say it's more like a 2.3?
    Sick bike, by the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim F.
    Nice, but needs 2 pounds of coil spring added to it, then I would be impressed.
    luckily I'm not trying to impress you. judging by your anti-light bikes thread, you're fairly unintelligent, so I'm not going to argue this topic with you.
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    Haha, bike will have some dirt on it when the snows gone.
    I can't give an opinion on the tires since I haven't ridden them yet. I think they're fairly true to size. Seem a little narrower than my 2.5 Specialized Chunders though.
    I'll have to do a quick write up on the shock later on, but right now from just pedaling around, I'm very impressed with how it feels plushness-wise.
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    Shred...it's the new drug
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    now I'm gonna need to go change my shorts...that bike it hawt!

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    waaaaaaaait a minute...Where is your Pride son?

    Nice rig though.

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    that bike looks sick man. nice job
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    Very nice rig! The old ones looked so basic...

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