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    Finished my new rig today

    I finished it today finally. The only thing Im not happy about is the bash guard, its too big. I ordered it before I ordered the chainring but its too big for the chainring so Im gonna opt for either the G2 or just a smaller guard. Anyway heres some pics




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    The big bash guard looks cool common!
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    UBER-NICE! very clean hardtail, man. What's its use? 4X? DJ?
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    super clean i like it

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    Nice bike. The bash guard looks good to me. I've got an MRP on my 4x bike. They work great.

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    looks awesome

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    Thanks guys. Its gonna be an All Mountain and my 4x learner and some DJing.

    Dont get me wrong I like the big bash guard, it actually looks really good but the top roller is ineffective because it sits right on top of the guard but the chainring is kinda small so the top one doesnt do anything right now but it will.

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    That's a beautiful Yeti, no doubt about it.
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    Looks so clean, and the colors work very nicely together.
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    cool ride
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    Dude very nice but Avid Codes and tiny rotors? How do they feel?
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    thats a very similar build to mine.

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    sweet ride looks good (think its the colors that do it)
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    just run the biggest gear you can to fill in the bashguard, best solution. Sick looking bike, action shots now!
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    very nice

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    crankset..........

    Did you have a fun time getting those MRP cranks on? I had to use a cheater bar on mine. Still do whenever I take them off.

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    Very clean!
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    Looks good, I like the red and white wheelset. Why didn't you go with an LG-1?
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    sweet bike- nice and clean... go ride it

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    Thanks guys.
    As far as the Codes go all I can say is WOW and Im glad I dont have larger rotors, these things kill with the 160mm.
    and for the chain guide, I wanted to run the Yeti rollers but think Im gonna swap for the G2 or the E13 LG 1.
    And yes the crank was a biatch. It took a little persuasion but we got it and I love it.
    Action shots will come this weekend hopefully, I cant ait to get up the mountain here and around town on it.

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    The Yeti: Sweet.
    The intake on the hood of that minivan: Arguably more sweet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hesh to Steel
    The Yeti: Sweet.
    The intake on the hood of that minivan: Arguably more sweet.
    Thanks. As for the hood on the Van, well those vans are very common in Korea, its a Turbo Diesel and the turbo is right behind that inlet so its actually functional unlike most scoops on car hoods.

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    nice dude, dont see alot of the Yeti HT's around..... yet their one of the nicest, enjoy!

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    Can I have your Yeti roller when you get the new guide?
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    thats goes through my brain waves like butter. It is sick!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kenbentit
    Can I have your Yeti roller when you get the new guide?
    LOL, actually I have 2 if you want both of em. Im ordering the G2 this weekend so when it arrives Ill pm you for your address


    P.S: the official weight is 32.72lbs, not as bad as I thought it was gonna be.

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    looks like a rooster booster!

    I think you'll dig the G2 or LG-1 over what you have now... Only thing I don't like about the G2 is the minimum ring size is 36t... what are you running now?
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    sweeet rig man
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    action shots please!
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    can I ask how much u paid for the pike?
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    Im running a 36t now but have thoughts about running a 38t.

    Im tryin to get action shots, its still to damn cold out here.

    I picked up the PIKE brand new off an ebay auction for 456.00 shipped

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