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    Real life input on Thomson X2, Syntace P6 and Ritchey WCS 4 Axis (x-post)

    I'm looking at buying the following for my technical XC / All Mountain riding on my Burner. I'm 220 all loaded up and each ride could go between XC and highly technical with up to 2' drops., So...

    Thomson X2 instead of X4- does anyone have this application on their steed?

    Syntace CF P6 seatpost- any real life comments as to stiffness/longevity, etc? (I need something at 350mm or longer, and already have a 410mm Thomson and would like to lighten up)

    Ritchey WCS 4 Axis Stem- is this too flexy for this app? Does anyone have this on their bike?

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    SBob
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    I can comment on the X-2. I run one and love it. I've also used the X-4 and that's a great stem too. Right now I'm running 25.4 bars so I can't use the X-4. Thomson makes the bst stems out there though and they are lightweight and bulletproof. Bluesky cycling has the best prices I've found yet, but call them first to check availabilty because the website is wrong sometimes and items are backordered.

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