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    I've got a brilliant idea. . .

    How about pushing the Chilcoltin to the head of the production line? I don't see a lot of folks clamoring for the Endo SL. Just sayin'

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    I'll take one of each. Given the way Knomers rave about the 4x4 the Endo SL @ 125mm seems like it would be great for XC + trail/light AM and the Chili for Trail/AM/FR. That would make a pretty righteous stable.

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    Come on now!! I'm trying for a ground swell of pressure on Noel to get my Chili in March. All this talk about the SL is not helping my case

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    I can't look past Tuesday yet
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    NICE choice

    It'll be interesting to see which geometry setup you like for your neck of the woods.

    TiSSer, is there a podium in your future?

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    Patience..

    The beauty of Knolly is the wait, Everything great is worth waiting for. You could get yourself a big box brand any day but if you want something special, sit back, let the snow melt and when it does, your chili will be ready!

    That being said, I'm head south in a few weeks and wish I had my SL for the trip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pfarrell
    The beauty of Knolly is the wait, Everything great is worth waiting for. You could get yourself a big box brand any day but if you want something special, sit back, let the snow melt and when it does, your chili will be ready!

    That being said, I'm head south in a few weeks and wish I had my SL for the trip.
    DT could use you in the Turner forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LncNuvue
    DT could use you in the Turner forum.
    HA HA, I said lt the snow melt. I meant just one seasons worth, not a century worth, difference is, the chili is actually coming!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pfarrell
    HA HA, I said lt the snow melt. I meant just one seasons worth, not a century worth, difference is, the chili is actually coming!
    With today's culture of instant gratification having to wait for just about anything is torturous.


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    Quote Originally Posted by I_like_turtles
    I figured the geo on the 2011 5spot would have you doing back flips!
    Yeah, the cockpit has a nice feel and it's noticeably slacker. Feels super stable, I can trackstand it as long as I want. I just need to get back on the dirt.

    Sorry RJ for the hijacking of the thread.

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    Just get Delirium now and build it reasonably. Mine is < 35lb, dirty, and is faster than my ~33lb Endorphin was. With a bigger fork and tires it becomes a park bike I won't need to baby around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LncNuvue
    TiSSer, is there a podium in your future?
    You'll see tomorrow
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    I want my chili in march, too!! Yea, there will still be snow on the ground, but I can still e-ride it until the snow is gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiSS'er
    You'll see tomorrow
    it's tomorrow....

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    Quote Originally Posted by edgerat
    it's tomorrow....

    Look around
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