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    not enough vpp in life

    got vpp-free
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    such a hot bike...drooooollll.

    would you post the complete parts spec?
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    no, but they are shinier....it's like the fututre, where everything is really really shiny.....but still really just the same ol'crap

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    why do you call it a vpp free? isn't it a vp free?
    i can see where you would get the vpp (virtual pivot point) but dam, call it by it's name

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt
    why do you call it a vpp free? isn't it a vp free?
    i can see where you would get the vpp (virtual pivot point) but dam, call it by it's name

    I dont now me and my buddies always just call it the vpp or vpp-free, like it is the only bike in stanta cruz's line worth talking about that has the vpp.

    the blur is boring xc

    the the v10 is just so big and its vpp is hidden in the bike

    the vp-free has its vpp wide and in the open and it just makes want to say vpp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by satancruz66
    I dont now me and my buddies always just call it the vpp or vpp-free, like it is the only bike in stanta cruz's line worth talking about that has the vpp.

    the blur is boring xc

    the the v10 is just so big and its vpp is hidden in the bike

    the vp-free has its vpp wide and in the open and it just make want to say vpp.
    that's ahh..........interesting
    naw j/k it's cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by konabiker
    such a hot bike...drooooollll.

    would you post the complete parts spec?

    The Bike specs
    frame= 8.5 inches of 5th element travel small size black anodized
    fork= Marzocchi 888r
    rims=Ex 729 disc Disghned off the deemax rims
    hubs=wtb
    brakes= top of the line avid juicy 7
    tires-kenda 2.6 stickies
    crank=holzfeller al 7050
    Guide= e-13
    rear d=x9 medium
    cassette=xt wide range
    handle bars= ea70
    stem- easton vice
    grips= liz skin
    saddle= fizik plateau
    post= thompson
    headset=canecreek s2

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt
    that's ahh..........interesting
    naw j/k it's cool
    You would probably think my bad ass style on a bike is interesting too/ just joking too

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    Uhh...shouldn't that be Satancruz666? I mean, let's be politically correct here...LOL. That bike set up much like yours was the best bike I rode at the I-Bike Demo Days. I'm sure you'll enjoy it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by satancruz66
    ...the blur is boring xc...
    Yup, boring XC.


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    nice bike
    the trick is ENJOYING YOUR LIFE EACH DAY, don't waste them away wishing for better days

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    Hey Satan,

    I'm digging your VPF. Have you been able to take it out for a ride yet? If so, how do you like the Evil DRS? Any problems setting it up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Chingon
    Hey Satan,

    I'm digging your VPF. Have you been able to take it out for a ride yet? If so, how do you like the Evil DRS? Any problems setting it up?
    I'm not Satan, but I've got a very similar setup, and the DRS is perfect on my VP Free....no chain drop, quiet, just what you need it to be...as for setup, it was done by the shop for me, but it's fairly straightforward - a few spacers that come with the DRS, the right sized bb and presto, smooth rollin....

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