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    My New Ride!

    I've been lurking for awhile, but I finally got my new DH bike so I feel worthy of posting in here. Im heading up to Diablo Freeride Park next weekend, so hopefully I'll have some pictures to show.



    05' Santa Cruz Bullit (Bought it used in immaculate shape)
    05' Marzocchi Bomber 888RC
    Progressive 5th Element Air
    Hayes 9 Dis Brakes
    Diabolus Riser Bar/Stem
    Thomson Elite Seatpost/Azonic Loveseat saddle
    SRAM X9 Drivetrain
    Ethirteen Bash Guard
    Shimano XT Cranks/ Pro Pedals
    Syncros Wheelset

    Can someone point me in the right direction on how to adjust the fork and rear shock? It's set up for just a little lighter than what I need it to be. I searched awhile this afternoon but didn't find any threads that were really helpful, and could find a manual on marz's website specific to my fork.

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    Nice man! Welcome to the FR/DH community. I hope your trip up to Diablo is a blast next weekend!
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    wow
    ...I was thinking ho hum until I enlarged your pic.....man that thing really looks nice....have fun this weekend
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    That's a bad-a$$ ride. Simple, tough, functional. With a Totem or similar fork, you can actually do some big XC rides on it while having a huck-everything-along-the-way bike. I just did 6.5 hours in some epic backcountry on a similar rig this weekend.
    You'll love that bike with that fork for DH. Sweet!

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    Sharp-looking bike man.

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    Thats a 5th Element coil, not Air, by the way. Its a pretty adjustable shock from what I remember. Don't have lots of personal experience, but thats what google is for. That bike is in great condition for its age. Nice find!
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    wow that is in excellent condition

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    wow that is in excellent condition! Great find man.

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