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    Sparks...lets see em

    I know there are several guys on MTBR that have Sparks, so lets start a little gallery for our new forum. I'll start...
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    More work planned when time/money is available. on the list are new front and rear derailleurs, 4 ti pedals, maybe a 08 sid if they offer and real advantages over the Reba. Plus I'm dying to try an rp23 on here. Anyone else do the conversion? Don't know what its gonna take to pull it off, probably some custom made spacers. Overall I'm very happy with the bike, it feels really solid.

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    That is a sick bike, yeah my LBS owner has a spark and he raves about it. Just wait to see about the new reba's that are coming out soon. supposed to debut at sea otter from what ive heard. Awesome bike. will say my favorite thing about it is the rear shock choice, wish more companies would give that option

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    Im not ballin enough to have a Spark... Awesome ride you have there.

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    I'll post a picture of my new Spark, which I'm picking up later roday, some time tonight or tomorrow. Can't wait!!!!!

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    Hey, thanks for the kind words guys I appreeciate it. System, glad to hear you're getting on board too. Can't wait to see your new ride and let us know what you think of the bike once you've gotten out on the trails.

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    Okay, I'll play...



    Swapped to a 08 Fox F100RLC. Race day wheels are ZTR Race 7000s laced to DT 240s.
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    Did someone said, I'll have one of those thanks :-)

    What's the weight?

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    Very nice Limited you've got Sabresix...how have you found it in race situations? I'm also curious about your race wheels, what they weight, how they ride, and how they've held up. I looked at getting a pair instead of I9's, but really wanted to try some new and flashy. The weight on those 7000 series wheels is out of this world though.

    WannabeRacer..I don't know what my bike weighs now as I don't have a hanging scale...just a scale for small parts (under 5 pounds). I'd guess 21-22 with maxlite tires right now. could be a little more/less? Basically feels light enough that I'm not feeling rushed to do much more right away. My build is middle of the road and could be lighter almost everywhere. I don't race, so its more for fun and to have a project to work on.

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    Cranked,

    The Spark is awesome in race situations. I only race it in 12 - 24 hr solo endurance events; since it's the only thing I compete in besides a bit of XC short track in summer.

    The Race 7000 have held their true after a 24hr race and a 12hr race; so they are pretty reliable. They don't feel anymore laterally stiffer then the ZTR Olympics or the Crossmax SLRs I used to own. That said, I weigh 149lbs, 5' 10" but I do ride pretty hard.
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    Finally! Still only a few days old but I gave it some good workouts over the weekend. I wasn't sure I would like it more than my Epic...it's even better than I had hoped.



    The steerer tube was cut down yesterday and I'm still waiting for the Look Quartz Carbons to come in. The tires are some older Fast Traks that work great around here for training. I'll be using Racing Ralphs and Nobby Nics for racing. Replaced the QR seat collar with a bolt-on yesterday, too.


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    The steerer hasn't been cut yet and the fork still needs to be painted black, red and silver. At the moment it is very "used" to look at.
    By the way, the seat post weigh just 143 gr. and is just as long as the stock WCS!
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    Wow, great bikes guys...System glad to hear you're diggin the new ride, I was surprised how good it was initially too, as I didn't get a test ride...just ordered it on faith alone.

    Esben, really like the custom style you've got going on...looks like 960 XTR crankd with special paint? Is that the elusive and rarely seen New Ultimate laid back seatpost? I've been waiting on pins and needles for that thing to come out! So are they almost ready? I'de love some more detailed shots of your ride if you can throw some up, thats one mean looking Spark.

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    Nice build Esben, what sort of seatpost is that weight in 143gr?

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    System, what's wrong with the eggbeaters you currently have?

    Personally, I've always stuck with Shimano, and I've never tried anything else.
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    sabresix, I've never been in love with the eggbeaters even though there's nothing really wrong with them, so I'm going to try the Looks...light and reasonably priced. They remind me of some old ATACs I used to have.

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    System-more comments please

    System-you mentioned that you weren't sure if you would like the Spark as much as your Epic. The Spark and Epic along with the Scalpel are what I have my choices narrowed to for XC and endurance racing. Can you comment on the differences and similarities between your Spark and Epic? Thanks.

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    I have never ridden a Scalpel and comparing an alloy, mid-range Epic to a top-end Spark probably isn't a fair comparison. Functionally, both suspension platforms seem to work really well. Since I'm a control freak, I like being able to control the rear suspension on the Spark with the thumb lever, which has worked flawlessly so far. They seem equally stiff in the BB and I haven't noticed the 'fragileness' or 'fraility' of the carbon.

    For obvious reasons, the Spark is more compliant (plush w/o feeling sluggish or sloppy) in the rough sections. I feel like it also handles better in tight singletrack and rails corners better. Of course, my Spark weighs 3lbs less than my Epic, so it climbs and accelerates faster, too .

    I hope you find some good information here. Again, it's kinda like comparing green apples and red apples...sorta the same but not exactly.

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    Hi Cranked nice ride! I am on the verdge of purchasing a Spark 10 in size small. I was wondering if it was possible to put a bottle cage on the bike? Thanks

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    Hey Bighead- I thought that was a really good question, and one I didn't know the answer to, so I grabbed some old gear and shot a pic for you to decided. The bottle cage isn't actually installed, just resting where it would go. I would think it would sit a bit lower down in real life (installed) but it is a very tight fit even with a small bottle. I think you are best to make the call if this is a make or break deal on the frame. Hope this pic helps a little. 100_1126_1.JPG

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    Many thanks for that photo, it really helps me out. To be honest, I would probably want the Spark if I cannot fit a bottle cage on anyway. I think when making the decision I will presume that I cannot fit a bottle cage on the frame and if I can when I get it then that will be a bonus. Can you confirm that yours does have bottle cage mounts? I think a side entry bottle cage would be a necessity.

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    I love the look of the Spark but am not a carbon fan.

    Tell me, how many bikes are in the background of that photo?? Nice quiver regardless of what they are.

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    Bighead, these cable guides double as cage mounts as well, so yes its doable, and if you can find a side mount cage, then it sounds like it might be a livable situation. sorry for the delay, haven't been able to post in the past couple days. Keep us informed here as to what your descion is. Best of luck.

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    Faz, I currently have nine bikes...don't know how many you can make out from the picture, but you get the point. I'de like more, but running out of space and the wife is running out of patience!

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    Wow, no slouches there. How do you choose with such a wide array of bike bling!

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    the one in front is my 2007 spark 10 with brand new wheels, seat, chainrings, cassette, chain, bottom bracket, tires. upgraded to a reba world cup. it's for sale if anybody's interested...$3200

    the one in the back is my 2008 spark 15, upgraded to full xtr-dual control with a new 2009 sid team.

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    Alright packfill, looks like you've been holding out on us. Thats some pretty serious hardware you have there and I for one would love a little comparo between the two forks. How much ride time do you have on the new bike?

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    i've only ridden the new bike for a week. it was a really good week though. i should start by saying that the reba wc has probably been my favorite fork. i haven't had one problem with it. having said that, the sid's better. it's feels smoother and stiffer. actually, the stiffness really suprised me. i did have a issue with air leaking out over night. i stopped by the sram tent at the sea otter. they went through it and couldn't find anything glaring. replaced a couple parts and put it all back together for me. they're tech guys are definitely helpful. the bike's still in transit back from CA, so i can't tell you if they fixed it. assuming that they did, i'll definitely have a new favorite fork. the new pushloc is super nice too.

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    I've definately been eyeballing one of those forks, and everyone riding them seems to be impressed with it. Did you get the team or race model. I'm wondering if the team is worth the extra money or not. My heart really is telling me to get an RP23 first as I think it will make the biggest difference to the bike, so the SID may have to wait as much as I hate to say it. What level do you race at? You must be pretty serious if you're flying around for events.

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    i would definitely not call me serious. i race expert.

    i got the team model. i was also debating which model to get...mostly because the race was available first. i can't tell you if it's worth the extra as i have never ridden the race.

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    Cranked, thanks for the information. I have found out that I can get the Spark 10 frame in small so I will probably go for this. My plan at the moment is to use full xtr with Marta SL brakes and a Durin fork. Your photos have been a great help to me.

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    I don't have any good pics of my spark standing still.


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    Hi BMX Spears nice photos. What size is your frame?

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    Cranked, what did you do with your trac.loc?

    I'm having an issue with mine, and it appears you have some sort of knob down there?

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    Sounds really good bighead, and glad that I was able to help a bit. Spec sounds rock solid and I look forward to seeing the finished product and hearing your thoughts on the bike.

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    Hi Jim, I did ditch the trac-lock system because the lockout failed after a few rides and I got annoyed constantly looking down to see what setting I was in. Was kind of getting in the way of enjoying the ride. The long piece you see is actually the cable housing that is built into the shock. There is no aftermarket hand operated lockout that I know of. I think it would be very complicated to do with the way this shock functions technically.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bighead
    Hi BMX Spears nice photos. What size is your frame?
    Medium

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    Here is mine in action, 07 Sparkie 20.

    (BMXSpears, this is at Reimers Ranch, where were your's shot at, Warda?)


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    First one is also Reimer's and the second was at Bar H.

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    Nice rig Ben575!

    How does the new DT XMC feel?
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    Wow Ben thats just gorgeous! I can't believe the amount of thought and detail you put into this bike. Its wonderful. any idea what she weighs?

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    Wow! that’s the 3<SUP>rd</SUP> 08 top of the range bike you’ve got, I’m going to have to award you the rider with too much money award, great bike!

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    I've posted before in this thread, but I've just got some new parts (saddle, disc, ceramic pulley and painted the fork) The fork repaint saved 24 gr!
    The red color is a little bright because of the evening light in my garden!




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    Build problem

    Hi there
    I am just about to finish a bike build; based on a used Scott Spark 20 frame I bought.
    When I ride it, I get a knocking sound from the lower link. I suspect this to be because of some missing bearing-shell between the frame and rear arm.
    I have not seen any other Scott Spark to compare with, so I am not sure that the parts missing.

    I send some picture to explain what I suspect missing on the bike (With a poorly mobile phone).

    Shall there be bearing-shell on the lower link, between frame and rear? Or is there any other reason for the bolt play?

    I will be very happy for some suggestions.
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    here is my spark 20 that i changed to SRAM





    and the sparks faster and lighter sister




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    Very Sweet Merkyworks..love the matching roadie as well. A really nice solid pair of bikes you have to choose from there. How do you like the Sram Red gear?

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    I really like Red, i was never a fan of shimano though. the Red shifts great and has a positive engagement that i like to feel in my shifts, then the double tap is just fun to use.

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    Its big brother,.. woops wrong forum


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    nice Sparks guys and nice Haski Fast1, looks like everyone's happy with thier DT Swiss shocks, didn't notice anyone with FOX RP23.

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    The rear shock is the only thing I'm not to happy with personally. I'm really hoping to make the switch to Fox before the end of the year. I have seen a couple others who have done it and been very happy. Some people love the stock DT and others not so much. I depends on what appeals to you, I want full travel all the time with no need to fuss with the lever and no bobbing.

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    I think the DT Swiss shock is fantastic with the ability to select your setting.

    I can pound pavement and hills with it locked, ride most terrain at 70% travel and hit the big rocks or downhills on full travel.

    The benefit of the different modes is that you get different handling characteritics from 70% to full travel mode.


    If you don't like the differnet modes just leave it in full travel and adjust the rebound setting along with the air pressure to your ability, terrain and ride style.

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    My point exactly Fast1, we all have different view points. My problem is that I share equal or greater time on my Racer-X which is flat out superior to the Spark out of the box(in my humble opinion). I really believe that its the RP23 on my Titus that makes the crucial difference though. I can't prove/disprove that until I pony up the cash and make the switch to Fox. I would love to close the distance between the two bikes and get to the point where I could bear to part with the Racer-X because I no longer need it. What I really love about the Titus is I climb on and ride without the slightest thought about what travel setting I'm in. I get full travel when needed, never touch a lever and it flat out does not bob a bit. Thats where I want to go with my Spark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cranked
    My point exactly Fast1, we all have different view points. My problem is that I share equal or greater time on my Racer-X which is flat out superior to the Spark out of the box(in my humble opinion). I really believe that its the RP23 on my Titus that makes the crucial difference though. I can't prove/disprove that until I pony up the cash and make the switch to Fox. I would love to close the distance between the two bikes and get to the point where I could bear to part with the Racer-X because I no longer need it. What I really love about the Titus is I climb on and ride without the slightest thought about what travel setting I'm in. I get full travel when needed, never touch a lever and it flat out does not bob a bit. Thats where I want to go with my Spark.

    I've never seen, read or experienced a mountain bike that will be as efficient while climbing or pounding pavement unless it has a lock-out on both front and back shocks.

    What specifically do you feel the Racer-X does that is superior to the Spark?

    Have you thought about just returning your DT Swiss shock for a quick check up and obtaining the instructions for attaching the cable to the wheel on the front of the shock?

    Have you made any adjustments to the rebound on the DT Swiss?

    When my Spark was new the rear shock seemed to loose pressure quickly (within a week). I returned it to DT Swiss and I thought there were some updates to the shock that they performed before returning it. I then had my LBS attempt to install the cable and they totally hosed it up. I email DT Swiss for the instructions and that allowed me to correctly hook up the cable and I've experienced flawless operation since.

    I do have very explicit instructions (PDF file) for set up of the trac loc remote cable direct from DT Swiss. If you or anyone else would like a copy, pm me your email.

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    wow very nice..what brand is the cassette??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Esben
    I've posted before in this thread, but I've just got some new parts (saddle, disc, ceramic pulley and painted the fork) The fork repaint saved 24 gr!
    The red color is a little bright because of the evening light in my garden!






    what kind of saddle is that???

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    2007 Large Spark 30

    22.8lbs
    Rear Derailleur: XTR
    Front Derailleur: XT
    Shifters: XTR
    Chain: XTR
    Cassette: XT
    Cranks: XT
    Bar: Richey WCS Carbon
    Seatpost: Richey WCS Carbon
    Fork: Reba SL
    Brakes: Hayes Stroker Trail
    Wheels: Notubes Olympic ZTR, WTB Laserdisc Lite Hubs, DT Competition Spokes
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    whoops, i guess that picture was too big
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    indeed, such a nice bike though.

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    Brand new

    Hi guys, brand new Spark here. Actually I never rode it. This weekend Im gonna have some fun...

    I have put some Fulcrum Red Metal 1s instead this Crossmax Enduros and this pic is pre-seatpost-cutting. Ill post some new pics later, hopefuly showing a dirt and abused toy.

    As Ive never owned a Full susp. before, I hope it is as good as I think it is.

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    Jabura, It's as fast as they say it is. You'll love it.



    Hey SageCycles, can you resize your images so it doesn't mess up this page?

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    nice bike Jabura, enjoy the ride and let us know what you think

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    My 09 Spark 35 3 weeks old








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    ugh, i'll take your car, you keep the bike...

    and I will give you mine on the top...

    do we have a deal?



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    Negative. That car fits the bike in the boot and nails Ferrari's . What more could a man need?

    On a serious note. I'm selling it (the car that is). I have only done 8000 miles in it last year, and they were mostly local runs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShaggyRS6
    Negative. That car fits the bike in the boot and nails Ferrari's . What more could a man need?

    On a serious note. I'm selling it (the car that is). I have only done 8000 miles in it last year, and they were mostly local runs.
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    heh, been that route already... had twin turbo S4 modded to death into a dangerous sleeper... almost 400HP and few speeding tickets later, I traded it in for a Q7... no tickets ever since... more space too...

    now back to our regular programming.

    you have to ditch those platforms and put acceptable pedals on your Spark.

    ;-P

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    Yeah I have Frog Chromoly on order and some Northwave Lizards. Should be here next week

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    here's mine....

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    some more...

    oldies but goodies
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    Out on a ride along the River. forgive the quality, twas taken with my iPhone.


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    nice bike, tell me, what brand of shock is that on the bike, is that DT Swiss or Rock Shox Ario etc..

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    Rock Shox Ario

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    Shaggy - why have you got a water bottle plus a bladder in your backpack? The bike will ride much better if you lose the bottle.
    In the UK? Try these routes in the Peak District:

    http://www.brassington.org/new_site/...ike_routes.htm

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    Couple of reasons. Firstly before i do anything serious I want to get fit and I ride my bike every day even if its only 5 miles. On those little stints i take the bottle.

    On the big stints i take the bottle filled with an Iso Drink (Powder and Water) and have the Bladder with half a litre just in case i need more liquid.

    My thinking is, at my level at the moment, the bottle aint gonna make much of a difference.

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    I wonder why Scott went through different rear shock on different countries. Some UK model went for Manitou, some US model went to Rock shox and some are fox, why?

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    Let me share this. Completely new build, picture has been taken during maiden ride. Now need to find appropriate bottle cage, but I’ve found it’s not easy!

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    I'm using the Elite Ciussi Side on my Spark.With the Elite, I can remove and insert the bottle from the side.
    When it's 20 below freezing and the snow lays 10 inches deep, bicycle commuting kind of sucks.

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    I will sorely miss my Spark.

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    Wow. I guess there's no reason to post pics of my ride! It's just a lowly stock Spark30. LOL

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    I’ve found this. Pretty low profile, gives ~7mm gap between bottle and monarch GATE lever. If not enough will go for Cuissi Side, thanks regnar.jensen!

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    http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/4113440435/

    I got my 650b ZTR rims and Gold, Hope Pro II hubs, ordered spokes and Gold Aluminum nipples, so in about a week I will update this picture. After Christmas I'm installing a Extralite E-Bones crankset and Formula R1 brakeset. That should get this thing down to under 23lbs.
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    My spark

    Here is my ride. I have swapped the stem for an easton ea90, and switched to ashima rotors since the pics. It was 20.8lbs last time I weighed it, but I have shaved a few grams since then
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    Quote Originally Posted by musg8411
    Here is my ride. I have swapped the stem for an easton ea90, and switched to ashima rotors since the pics. It was 20.8lbs last time I weighed it, but I have shaved a few grams since then
    What’s suspension characteristic with this crank setup? Doesn’t it lock suspension on big (mostly used, I guess) chainring too much?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mofoki
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/4113440435/

    I got my 650b ZTR rims and Gold, Hope Pro II hubs, ordered spokes and Gold Aluminum nipples, so in about a week I will update this picture. After Christmas I'm installing a Extralite E-Bones crankset and Formula R1 brakeset. That should get this thing down to under 23lbs.
    As promised here are the pics with 650b wheels.
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    Spark 60

    made a few changes, not shown in picture xtr mid cage RD and avid elixir r
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    My colour co-ordinated Spark and CR1.








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    Those are some sweet machines.

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    Very, very sweet. Do you keep your seatpost that high all the time?
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    yeah, the 950mm inseam length and a short not so flexible torso makes for a high seatpost on a medium bike.

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    How does that go?

    "Double your pleasure, double your fun..."

    I have to confess, the one on the right is lighter since the chain and pedals have yet to be mounted. The "10" on the left comes in around 21.5 pounds, however, the "Team Edition" on the right plans to come in just below 19 pounds.

    Got the new DT Swiss World Champ Race forks mounted on the "light" one.

    (never posted a picture...not sure if I have it down)
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    I've got to get some better photos of my color coordinated Scotts too.. In fact, I've got another Spark on the way for my girlfriend. My Spark was set up for winter riding in this photo..




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    Just took delivery of another Scott Spark 20 for my girlfriend. I had been searching for a small size frame for her the entire winter and found this demo Spark which was very reasonably priced. She took her first ride on the new Spark today and hadn't been on a bike in 15 years. Did 22 miles pounding pavement which was better than I thought she would do. She caught on to the gearing and rear track-loc function rather quickly. Here are the twin Spark 20's.



    Mine has been converted to XTR with American Classic wheelset. ..Sparks are sweet machines.



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    Will be running full XTR drivetrain, FOX F120 FIT RLC, Chris King / ZTR Flow wheelset and Ritchey WCS carbon stem/handlebar

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    Aren't these frames just the most beautiful works of art?

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    One more black and red one. From Brazil



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    Heres my 2009 Spark Ltd in medium

    Out of the box



    After a few mods









    Mods

    seat mast cut down
    EP 27t granny ring
    TA 42t middle ring
    KCNC chainring bolts
    Duraace 7900 front mech with Red alloy pinch and clamp bolt
    96g carbon saddle
    AFC Bike 10t jockey wheels
    AFC Bike rear mech pivot bolt
    Rims converted to tubeless with yellow tape and Olympic valve
    Hope 140mm floating rear rotor
    Formula 160mm front
    Ti rear shox bolts
    Alloy bolts for seat mast

    Ive got a couple more mods to go

    Ti bolts for the rotors and caliper's
    Carbon inner plate for the rear mech
    Alloy bolts for the mech adjusters in red

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    Move Those Qr Levers!!!!
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    Hi Gezzza,

    Would you mind tell me how many layers of yellow tape stick on the carbon rim ?
    I have the same rims / tires combo and would like to convert it to tubeless.
    How many psi you pump up the tires ?

    Thanks

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    Hi All,

    I would like to find out, is it correct to use a 100mm Fork on the Spark 50 2010?

    I understand the stock bike comes with a 120mm fork, however I intend to get the frame only and transfer my 100mm from my current bike.

    Thanks in advance.

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    I think 120mm is too much for a XC bike. My Spark (small) came with 80mm set Reba. Very good to uphill and enough travel for my use. Now I use a 100mm Sid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RideFaster
    Move Those Qr Levers!!!!
    Why?

    they are ratchets so they cant be fliped open

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonny
    Hi Gezzza,

    Would you mind tell me how many layers of yellow tape stick on the carbon rim ?
    I have the same rims / tires combo and would like to convert it to tubeless.
    How many psi you pump up the tires ?

    Thanks
    one layer of yellow tape and the Olympic valve needs some silicon to seal it.

    and you need CO2 or compressor to get them to work

    i run 28 psi front and rear

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gezzza
    one layer of yellow tape and the Olympic valve needs some silicon to seal it.

    and you need CO2 or compressor to get them to work

    i run 28 psi front and rear
    Thanks Gezzza !

    Silicon on tire beam ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonny
    Thanks Gezzza !

    Silicon on tire beam ??

    On the olympic valve as the profile of the rim is differant to the valve, you cant get it to seal with out a tiny amount.

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    Spark 10 / DT XRC 1250 / SRAM XX

    Here is my Large 2007 Spark 10. Virtually all parts are new for the 2010 season and complete weight is 20.78 lbs.

    Part highlights are:
    2007 Scott Spark 10 frame (Large)
    Fox 32 Series F100RLC FIT fork
    DT Swiss XRC 1250 wheelset
    S-Works Fast Trak LK 2Bliss tires 2.0" (Set up w/ Stans yellow tape, Olympic valves, & sealant)
    SRAM XX drivetrain and brakes (Q166 26/39 crankset, 185 mm front/160 mm rear rotors, 11-36 cassette)
    Ritchey WCS: headset, 4-axis carbon matrix stem, carbon low rizer bar, foam grips, carbon seatpost, marathon saddle
    Eggbeater 4Ti pedals
    Alligator i-Link shift cables/housing
    Arundel bottle cage
    Garmin Edge 500 computer

    Sparks...lets see em-spark-1.jpg

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    Here´s my custom built 2009 Spark 10. I just bought the frame new and more or less moved over all the kit from my Scale. Nothing special about it really.
    XTR drivetrain and pedals, Fox 32 F100RLC, Thomson Elite X4 stem, Mavic Crossmax ST wheelset, Avid Juicy Ultimate brakes, Schwalbe Racing Ralph 2.25 tires. Weighs in at 10,45kg.
    My philosophy is "not too heavy, but not too light and fragile either!". Very satisfied with it so far. Lighter and more agile than anticipated.




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    Quote Originally Posted by E46_M3
    Here is my Large 2007 Spark 10. Virtually all parts are new for the 2010 season and complete weight is 20.78 lbs.

    Part highlights are:
    2007 Scott Spark 10 frame (Large)
    Fox 32 Series F100RLC FIT fork
    DT Swiss XRC 1250 wheelset
    S-Works Fast Trak LK 2Bliss tires 2.0" (Set up w/ Stans yellow tape, Olympic valves, & sealant)
    SRAM XX drivetrain and brakes (Q166 26/39 crankset, 185 mm front/160 mm rear rotors, 11-36 cassette)
    Ritchey WCS: headset, 4-axis carbon matrix stem, carbon low rizer bar, foam grips, carbon seatpost, marathon saddle
    Eggbeater 4Ti pedals
    Alligator i-Link shift cables/housing
    Arundel bottle cage
    Garmin Edge 500 computer

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    Very nice spark! Anyone know where I can find that ritche wcs headset?

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    My Spark 60 2009, in its natural element.

    Any suggestions to lower the weight would be nice.

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    Try again with the picture this time
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueliner
    My Spark 60 2009, in its natural element.

    Any suggestions to lower the weight would be nice.

    Blueliner
    It generally comes down to "How much do you want to spend, i.e., what's it worth to you?"

    If that's your property where the picture was taken, you might want to sell an acre (hectare) or two (if the real estate market has yet to completely melt down in your neighborhood). With the proceeds, first purchase a Spark HMX frame (while the distribution routes are still flowing), then head over to weight weenies and choose the components that suit your fancy (ebay's and paypal's fee's are still tolerable) and spend the balance of those "proceeds" there. However, I suggest you sell half your property and buy gold, silver and the appropriate tools for growing food on the other half of the property. Keep your "60" and stock up on extra components for it, i.e. tires, tubes, etc.

    You might want to do this all before the global fiat currencies tank between now and the first quarter of 2011.

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    [QUOTE=timbuktu]It generally comes down to "How much do you want to spend, i.e., what's it worth to you?"

    If that's your property where the picture was taken, you might want to sell an acre (hectare) or two (if the real estate market has yet to completely melt down in your neighborhood). With the proceeds, first purchase a Spark HMX frame (while the distribution routes are still flowing), then head over to weight weenies and choose the components that suit your fancy (ebay's and paypal's fee's are still tolerable) and spend the balance of those "proceeds" there. However, I suggest you sell half your property and buy gold, silver and the appropriate tools for growing food on the other half of the property. Keep your "60" and stock up on extra components for it, i.e. tires, tubes, etc.

    You might want to do this all before the global fiat currencies tank between now and the first quarter of 2011.[/QUOTE

    I new I should have went with a Giant

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueliner

    I new I should have went with a Giant
    LOL Brilliant!

    But responding your question. First of all pay attention to wheels. If you want to invest buy lightweight wheelset + nice and light tires + inner tubes OR install not (!) tubless tires on tubless rims with a speciall sealant.
    Low rotating mass makes big difference.

    After that need to sell some hectares… and invest in seatpost/handlebar/stem/crankset etc… good luck!

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    Stock 2010 Spark 35 picked up on year end close out. Replaced Saddle and grips only so far. 0 miles on it so far

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fast1
    What specifically do you feel the Racer-X does that is superior to the Spark?
    I currently have both a 2010 Spark 30 (frame only with all upgraded parts except stock Reba fork) and also a custom Titus X 2009 with RP23 Boost Valve and Fox RLC fork. Both are weighted exactly the same. Just today I disassembled my Spark for sale. Why? Because of 1 thing only, when the twin-lock is open in any of the 2 positions it bobs even on smooth pavement. Granted there is also a problem of excessive compression at the fork during hard front braking but I can live with that. Pedal bob is unacceptable for a bike costing so much. On the Titus even without pro-pedal on I can pedal as hard as I want on the road and it won't bob a bit. And oh I tried everything and the bob won't go away. I've actually managed to get 5 of my friends to buy Sparks of different models and they all exhibit the same bobbing issue. Someone said it's a problem with the frame design and that it's too much for the rear shock to bear everything. Who knows... all I know is Sparks do BOB. And it doesn't matter if it has one of the lightest frames in the world... the Titus (and probably a Santa Cruz or DWLink bike) is way faster on climbs, has better balanced seat tube angle, more stable on descents.

    Which gets back at my issue right now of searching for a frame lighter than the Titus X, the Blur XC or the ASR or the upcoming 100mm travel Ibis?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Veda
    I currently have both a 2010 Spark 30 (frame only with all upgraded parts except stock Reba fork) and also a custom Titus X 2009 with RP23 Boost Valve and Fox RLC fork. Both are weighted exactly the same. Just today I disassembled my Spark for sale. Why? Because of 1 thing only, when the twin-lock is open in any of the 2 positions it bobs even on smooth pavement. Granted there is also a problem of excessive compression at the fork during hard front braking but I can live with that. Pedal bob is unacceptable for a bike costing so much. On the Titus even without pro-pedal on I can pedal as hard as I want on the road and it won't bob a bit. And oh I tried everything and the bob won't go away. I've actually managed to get 5 of my friends to buy Sparks of different models and they all exhibit the same bobbing issue. Someone said it's a problem with the frame design and that it's too much for the rear shock to bear everything. Who knows... all I know is Sparks do BOB. And it doesn't matter if it has one of the lightest frames in the world... the Titus (and probably a Santa Cruz or DWLink bike) is way faster on climbs, has better balanced seat tube angle, more stable on descents.

    Which gets back at my issue right now of searching for a frame lighter than the Titus X, the Blur XC or the ASR or the upcoming 100mm travel Ibis?
    I have a LTD spark with dt nude shock and I never have had a problem like you.
    Bobbing is soo light, I tried different bikes like cannondale rz, specialized epic and for me spark is the best. I set adeguate pressure into the shock and fork (a dt xrc) and when I put the traction control mode I pedal in the climb without energy loss and and exceptional grip

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    Quote Originally Posted by darioras
    I have a LTD spark with dt nude shock and I never have had a problem like you.
    Bobbing is soo light, I tried different bikes like cannondale rz, specialized epic and for me spark is the best. I set adeguate pressure into the shock and fork (a dt xrc) and when I put the traction control mode I pedal in the climb without energy loss and and exceptional grip
    Compared to those bikes, yes the Spark is still superior but with newer more modern suspension designs that got rid of bob without having to fiddle with lockout levers... it's outdated. But you have to agree that it still bobs a little regardless unless completely in locked position...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Veda
    I currently have both a 2010 Spark 30 (frame only with all upgraded parts except stock Reba fork) and also a custom Titus X 2009 with RP23 Boost Valve and Fox RLC fork. Both are weighted exactly the same. Just today I disassembled my Spark for sale. Why? Because of 1 thing only, when the twin-lock is open in any of the 2 positions it bobs even on smooth pavement. Granted there is also a problem of excessive compression at the fork during hard front braking but I can live with that. Pedal bob is unacceptable for a bike costing so much. On the Titus even without pro-pedal on I can pedal as hard as I want on the road and it won't bob a bit. And oh I tried everything and the bob won't go away. I've actually managed to get 5 of my friends to buy Sparks of different models and they all exhibit the same bobbing issue. Someone said it's a problem with the frame design and that it's too much for the rear shock to bear everything. Who knows... all I know is Sparks do BOB. And it doesn't matter if it has one of the lightest frames in the world... the Titus (and probably a Santa Cruz or DWLink bike) is way faster on climbs, has better balanced seat tube angle, more stable on descents.

    Which gets back at my issue right now of searching for a frame lighter than the Titus X, the Blur XC or the ASR or the upcoming 100mm travel Ibis?
    Got 2 Sparks (HMX). One for training and one strictly for racing (18.5lbs.). Have yet to lose a race in two years. I'd say, proof is in the pudding.

    I think you got "BOB" on the brain. LOL.

    I'd say you need to get out of your brain and into your body.

    In regards to the "Titus is way faster on climbs", more LOL.

    Hey, any time, anywhere. Well, almost anywhere. How about this next summer in the Pacific NW? I've got a 4000' climb outside my backdoor. I was going to say "pink slip for pink slip?" but to be perfectly honest, I have absolutely no interest in your Titus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timbuktu
    I think you got "BOB" on the brain. LOL. I'd say you need to get out of your brain and into your body. In regards to the "Titus is way faster on climbs", more LOL. Hey, any time, anywhere. Well, almost anywhere. How about this next summer in the Pacific NW? I've got a 4000' climb outside my backdoor. I was going to say "pink slip for pink slip?" but to be perfectly honest, I have absolutely no interest in your Titus.
    LOL. No need to get all sensitive and cocky when your bike is deemed to be worse than another's and go ranting on who's the faster superior cyclist since it's not part of the discussion. I'm only trying to prove a point about a particular bike in this case being the Spark which I own. Though I'm inclined to believe that if you actually use a Titus X you'd win those races faster. As for the bobbing it's not all in my head or what I felt when pedaling since I can actually see the shock moving by 1cm with every pedal. If you read my other posts, I've mentioned that we've got 9 Spark owners of different models in our group with most are selling it due to the bobbing. But if it's sufficient in your area to get you to the podium and you have no interest in learning how to improve your ride then hey more power to ya...

    How bout you come over to my place... let's see halfway around the world to Rotorua? Or Tasmania?

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    Veda,
    I've seen you posting here and at Star Bikes WW site on this topic. You are crazy to sell your Spark without buying a used RP23 off ebay or such. I have a 2007 Racer X alloy and a 2010 Exo-grid X. The Spark can hold its own. The last upgrade I did to my Spark was the RP23 and I wished it was the first.
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    Have anyone got there 2011 spark yet?

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    Nice Sparks :)

    Here is my sparkie,

    It's based on 2010 Spark Ltd, listed below Some of the new components:
    THM Clavicula MTB
    XX RD
    XX FD
    XX Triggers
    Cassette: 11-36XX
    Chain Rings: Carbon Ti 42/26
    MCFK Seat Post
    Tune Saddle speedneedle Alkantara
    Smudek Seat post Clamp
    QR Tune 16/17
    I've Changed to Formula 2P 160 Rotor
    Formula R1 Mixmaster
    I-Links cables
    Extralite cyberends

    8.700 kg / 19.180 pounds (include 4Ti Pedals)
    Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodent Snapper
    Veda,
    I've seen you posting here and at Star Bikes WW site on this topic. You are crazy to sell your Spark without buying a used RP23 off ebay or such. I have a 2007 Racer X alloy and a 2010 Exo-grid X. The Spark can hold its own. The last upgrade I did to my Spark was the RP23 and I wished it was the first.
    Sold the frame + rear shock + fork for only 50% and the condition was new too. Sad to say that it isn't easy to have the RP23 shipped to where I'm at. Was able to get mine as light as a Scale 10 2011... The Titus X is a temporary solution, until my SC Blur XC arrives.
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    Finally got my Spark RC done. Hubs had been on back order since Febuary. 18.45 lbs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xc71 View Post
    Finally got my Spark RC done. Hubs had been on back order since Febuary. 18.45 lbs.
    Very nice!

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    2011 Spark 50

    My 2011 Spark 50 chillin at the beach.
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    What, no more Sparks??? I pick mine up in a week or so!!! Come on Scott fans, show us more!!!!

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    My Spark 29 Expert at Tsali.


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    Sweet ride aenima. Now lets get more of our bro's rides up here!!!!

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    I'll play.

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    here is mine... love this bike!


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    pablobag, very nice photos. Way to keep the Spark thread alive. I can't wait to get photos up on mine soon (probably in about a week when I pick it up)!!!!

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    Here's mineSparks...lets see em-imageuploadedbytapatalk1339779303.691982.jpg

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    txxcrider, that is another fine example of sweet Scott engineering. I can't wait for mine to show up next week. I am assuming from your signature that you are from the Lone Star state? I used to live there, but don't miss the summer heat.....or hail storms!!!!!!

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    Correctamundo, ATX and the 2013's will be here soon....

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    My bike is in!!!!! I should pick it up Wednesday night!!!!! Pictures, as promised, to follow........but keep all your Sparks up here now!!!!!!

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    After some confusion yesterday, I WILL get my Spark today!!!!! Can't wiat......it looks good!!!!!!

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    After a long wait, here it is.............
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    Sweet!

    Love the color!

    Enjoy getting it dirty!

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    Thank you so much. The color was one of the deciding factors. I rode a bunch of bikes that rode great, so it came down to color and cost. This won on all counts!!!! Tomorrow morning will be its maiden voyage in dirt!!!!!!

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    Iamspartacus,

    Do you have twin lock?

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    Iamspartacus,are you in Ocala?

    I noticed your bike is from Brick City, and your profile says you are in Central Florida.

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    pablobaq, no, this model does not have the twinlock. Although, it does have the cable routing tie downs to add it later. I am not that skilled of a rider yet to know if this was a good or bad choice. Regardless, I got the bike for a great deal, so no worries.

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    aenima, yes, I am in Ocala. You a central florida rider too???

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    Finally snapped a pic of mine.


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    rlucky82, very nice ride. Is there anything sweeter then that matte black base coat on those Scott's........amongst so many other awesome things about these bikes????

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    Iamspartacus, I live in Ocala,and ride several times a week.

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    aenima, if you don't mind hanging with a noob on the trails, I would love to meet up and ride one day.

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    I actually like the gloss (old school) but I am living with it :-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by txxcrider View Post
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    How are you liking those rubena scylla tires? thinking about grabbing some, cause the ikons are so expensive. got a weight on them?
    -It's time to shred some mild to moderate gnar!! :cornut:

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    Here is my Spark, a 2011 Spark 40. Just a few upgrades, with a shorter 3T ARX Team stem, KCNC handlebar, Specialized grips and saddle, cut the seatpost down to 350mm, and the switch from the XT triple crankset, to the 1x10 setup running a 32t front ring. I also have a picture next to my Scott CR1 Road Bike. I love Scott bikes, and they are not as common to see as the other big names.
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    Great!

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    Its nice seeing these Sparks out there!!!! Keep em coming!!!!!

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    I have a question to whom had experienced both new and old Spark frames.

    I have a 2008 carbon Spark and love the bike. Quick, light, high quality frame.

    Looking to the new model geometry, considering the seat tube angle, bike looks more "trail oriented" than the older "xc racer" model.

    Is it true?

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    my new 29er RC

    This is my new 29er 2012 spark RC

    Cut the handle bar, 2cm at each side
    Swaps: seatpost: KCNK Ti Pro 8000 350 mm, Saddle: Selle San Marco Aspide Carbon rails, grips: 40g KCNC foam, rear tire: Scwalbe racing Ralph 2.1
    Total weight (size L, incl. sealant) = 10,620 frams
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    Quote Originally Posted by iamspartacus View Post
    aenima, if you don't mind hanging with a noob on the trails, I would love to meet up and ride one day.
    I sent you a pm,but not sure if you got it.

    My wife and I usually ride the yellow and blue trails a few times a week after work around 6 or 7 when it cools down.

    Let me know if you would like to ride sometime next week.

    Jared

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    aenima, got your note and responded via private message (I believe). Any day but Wednesday next week works for me. Let's get it planned.

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    finklfam, sweet photos!!!!

    Is it me, or are the Scott Sparks just a sexy looking piece of machinery?!?!?!?

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    Yes man! and they are just like girls they're awesome then they're dirty! ha-ha








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    pablobaq, so true, so true. Your dirty girl looks very nice and feisty!!!! With the rain here today, mine might get a little too.

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    Going to be picking up one of these soon, what is better though, a spark 50 or 60 right away or a spark 70 and upgrade it? Btw, I'm a trail rider/downhill.

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    Truthwalker, I have the Spark 70 because I got it at a price I couldn't say no too. All the components work great as is. I have no reason to upgrade until something breaks. The only thing you don't get on the 70 is Twin Lock. If you have the funds, go for that as it seems like a very nice feature, although, you can add it to the 70 (as I probably will do). Either way, you will get a remarkable bike that rides awesome!!!!! Welcome to the club, and post your picture when you get it!!!!!!

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    my new 29er RC

    23.4 LB with sealant and XTR pedals, Size L
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    finklfam, I almost like that color combination better then mine......almost. Very nice looking bike. I hope to get a carbon Scott one day when I earn it with my improved riding abilities. Maybe it will be the new 650b???? Hopefully they put those on a Spark.......still one of the nicest looking bikes on the market.

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    Hello Spark owners , does anyone know the weight of alu 2012 Spark , frame with shock only , 26 inch version?
    And does it pedal bob much when it's pushed to the limit on uphills , on lockout mode of course?

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by texasnavy05 View Post
    How are you liking those rubena scylla tires? thinking about grabbing some, cause the ikons are so expensive. got a weight on them?
    Love them, light and subtle. 127tpi makes a difference. Weight as advertised is 540gr, they are coming in within 10%, under 600gr. Usually see them from 520 to 560

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    I haz cheezburger now.



    I was going to break out the wife's DSLR and get artsy, but she's sore enough about me getting this thing as it is, AND I'd rather just ride the bike.

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    fredzy, but has she seen how sweet that ride looks? Dang, you needed that bike!!!! Its a Scott Spark Pro.........that was a worthy investment!!!!! Ride on Spark Brotha, ride on!!!

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    Where'd you end up finding the Pro Fredzy? Can you say?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbscott View Post
    Where'd you end up finding the Pro Fredzy? Can you say?
    PM'd. Yea I like the 2013's a lot, and the fox/15mmQR/Shimano brakes are probably worth the premium... but had to follow my heart here

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    I took out a demo, then had to build up my own. This is what I ended up with. Not the most plush suspension, but it's the only 29er FS I could see using as a race bike, the geometry is dialed too.

    22.7 lb.
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    brentos, very nice choices! Good luck in your races, but with that build, you won't need luck!!! Smoke 'em!!!!

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    here's my XL pro





    just picked up from LBS


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    4x4runner, this is just another fine example how art is truly in the design of these bikes. Is it me, or can you just never get sick of looking at these great machines????? Very nice, very nice. So I see you are in Florida? Will this beauty be out at Santos ripping it up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by iamspartacus View Post
    4x4runner, this is just another fine example how art is truly in the design of these bikes. Is it me, or can you just never get sick of looking at these great machines????? Very nice, very nice. So I see you are in Florida? Will this beauty be out at Santos ripping it up?
    to answer your first question... it's in my living room distracting me form my constitutional law homework lol, i can't stop just popping out to take a peek at it.

    to answer your second question, maybe some day i'll get out to santos but i'm pretty far south. luckily there are several trails close to me. the three closest are markham park (5 min from my house), Amelia Earhart, and Oleta River Park. then a bit farther south is Virginia Key and farther north is Quiet waters.

    i've heard great things about santos and alafia so i'll have to make it out to those on my next break from school!

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    Well, get back to study time then........but I understand the need to look at her, yearning to be taken into the woods, gears opened up, racing through the outdoors........pure joy!!!!

    Now get back to the books!!!!

    :-)

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    haha great that really helped. i'm gonna get a ride in thursday morning since it's my day off.

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    Thursday??? That is like 2 days away???? She's calling you, and so is the open trail just out of reach.........

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    lol i have work and school today and tomorrow. i'm gonna probably ride around my neighborhood a bit tonight when i get home from class though.

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    ok, guess that will have to do.......now stop looking in that general direction and get into those books!!!!! Plus, stop chatting online!!!! :-)

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    just out of curiosity, what position do you guys keep your suspension link ship in? high or low?

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    Unfortunately, my model (70) doesn't have that option. I was told, though, that I could do that is I just replace the plastic cover surrounding that bolt.

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    Ohh I gocha

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4x4runner View Post
    just out of curiosity, what position do you guys keep your suspension link ship in? high or low?
    High was too steep and twitchy. The Low position too slack and the suspension felt saggy to me.

    I got the chip for the middle setting from the lower priced Sparks. For me it's perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brentos View Post
    High was too steep and twitchy. The Low position too slack and the suspension felt saggy to me.

    I got the chip for the middle setting from the lower priced Sparks. For me it's perfect.
    brilliant! i might order one to keep it around. yeah i rode in "low" today and it was a bit too slack. required a lot of steering input...

    also, rocket rons can suck it. i miss my racing ralphs.

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    I agree with the Rocket Rons. I don't know how the Racing Ralphs are, but I get a little too loose in some soft footing. I need to try some new tires.
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    the roots felt like ice under the ron's

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    What pressure are you running, and are you tubeless? I've been pretty happy with mine,of course I had Small Block 8's on my previous bike,so the RORO's are like super swampers to me!

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    One thing I noticed on my last ride was that the Ron's got packed with soft soil/sand, so traction was reduced. Roots are always slippery, but I thought that was just because they were wet when I rode. Another thing I noticed is that my Ron's are different from other Ron's I see. It must be the tubed versus tubeless variety?????
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    My '08 Spark 10

    I was gonna wait to post mine when I have reached my sub-7 goal, but oh well... here's mine at 7.03Kg on it's first off-road ride in the woods. I was too overwhelmed with the smooth ride down hills coming from hardtails that I only took two pictures.

    Before entering the forest:



    In the forest while trying to cut a tree that has fallen on our trail:

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    Sorry for the huge phone pics...

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    These rigs look even better in huge phone pics!!!!! Thank for sharing this lightweight beauty!!!!! Ride on!!!!!!.........by the way, how did she like the forest????

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    Quote Originally Posted by aenima View Post
    What pressure are you running, and are you tubeless? I've been pretty happy with mine,of course I had Small Block 8's on my previous bike,so the RORO's are like super swampers to me!
    about the same as i was running on my scale 29er.

    f- 25-26
    r- 28-30

    i'm 6'3" 215# on an XL.

    as i wrote this i thought to myself, maybe better go down in pressure out back considering i have suspension back there now... lol yes?

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    Thanks! The bike was awesome! Coming from a hardtail background with V-brakes in all the years I spent riding a bike, traction was nothing I have experienced before! I was bombing down the hills with the rear suspension working flawlessly and the Formula R1 brakes were also confidence inspiring! My only problems were fine cuts on my arms and legs after the ride becuase I didn't expect the trails to be full of vegetation as opposed to the last time I remember riding the trail about three years ago. But it was all worth it.

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    Here is my new '13 Spark 930! I'll get a chance to actually ride it this weekend, I can't wait. I also can't wait to get some nice pedals.

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    Opening that box was probably even a better feeling then Christmas!!!!! How does Scott do it??? They made the Spark even better looking!!!! I can't wait to hear how this sweet ride rolls!!!!!! Happy Trails!

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