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    Is it chameleon color? Do you have more photos, this is looking nice!

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    I cant get any others to upload for some reason, but it is an awesome colour!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake1223 View Post
    I cant get any others to upload for some reason, but it is an awesome colour!
    Same colours as my 2018 s-works enduro. It looks amaaizng in the flesh. Enjoy!

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    So, finally got my new baby after waiting since august. Woop!

    New Stumpjumper has been launched-stumpy1.jpg

    It's a Comp Carbon 29 1x, chamelon, size XL.

    After unboxing and building, I weighed it including standard wheels w/tubes, Shimano XT Trail pedals, bottle mount and Swat tool. Came in at 14.85kg.

    I opted for the Comp C rather than the Expert, because I could get a good wheel set extra and still beat the Expert model price. So set up the Roval Traverse Fattie SLs tubeless, Huck Norris rear, Purgatory & Butcher 2.6 Grids. GX cassette, centerline rotors, and I also fitted a Renthal Fatbar Carbon from my old Stumpy because the riser bar made the front too tall for me.

    Weighs in at 13.5 - so now definitely in the ball park. If I dump the Huck Norris (and extra sealant that goes with it) and slightly lighter tires (which I'll be running outside of enduro racing), my guess is high-ish 12kg is doable.

    Just for fun I also weighed the other family bikes:

    2016 Stumpy Comp C 29, size L, 2.6 grids tubeless, Roval Traverse Fattie alu wheels, 1x11 GX: 14.05

    2017 Camber Comp C 29, size XL, 2.3 grids tubeless w/huck norris, Traverse fattie alu wheels, carbon bar, brand-x dropper, 1x11 GX: 13.9. Surprisingly heavy!

    So...happy. Can't wait to try the new beast. Trouble is winter - it's all sloppy, dark & cold outside, and the bike is sooo shiny

    New Stumpjumper has been launched-stumpy2.jpg

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    Internal Routing Rubber Grommet?

    New Stumpjumper has been launched-e1f66b78-646a-4745-a409-40eeceb91000.jpg

    Is there some sort of cover that goes here?

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    You get that at Johnny Sprockets Knutspeed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 04 F2000SL View Post
    You get that at Johnny Sprockets Knutspeed?
    Que?
    Nope, in Norway, bought from my local Spesh dealer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tjay View Post
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    Is there some sort of cover that goes here?
    Not on mine... I was thinking it looks like it should have something there.
    2019 Specialized Stumpjumper Carbon
    - DT Swiss XRC 1200 Wheels
    - Race Face Next Cranks
    - Chris King BB
    - ODI Rouge Grips

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    Expert 27.5 | Rider 150 lbs ready to ride

    What tire psi are you guys running on your 2.6 Butcher/Purgatory?

    What fork & rear sag % do you guys recommend?

    Has anyone tried using low rise bars (12mm below)? Iíve never owned a riser bar thatís higher than 15mm and this OE bar is 27mm high! With the already tall front end plus this bar, Iím standing upright off the saddle. On a side note, the frontend is super easy to pop off stuff and I didnít expect this 27.5 will have this much traction when the bike is being leaned on flat turns! Iím comparing this to my 2016 Stumpjumper Carbon 29 on Roval SL 30mm with Butcher 2.3 F/R.

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    my routing is the same on my expert

    running 20/25 psi on the tires.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tjay View Post
    Expert 27.5 | Rider 150 lbs ready to ride

    What tire psi are you guys running on your 2.6 Butcher/Purgatory?

    What fork & rear sag % do you guys recommend?

    Has anyone tried using low rise bars (12mm below)? Iíve never owned a riser bar thatís higher than 15mm and this OE bar is 27mm high! With the already tall front end plus this bar, Iím standing upright off the saddle. On a side note, the frontend is super easy to pop off stuff and I didnít expect this 27.5 will have this much traction when the bike is being leaned on flat turns! Iím comparing this to my 2016 Stumpjumper Carbon 29 on Roval SL 30mm with Butcher 2.3 F/R.
    I'm 20psi front about 22 rear

    I have spwapped to nukeproof horizon carbon bar still 25mm rise 1 spacer under 2 above. On 29er corners well. 20% sag

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    Quote Originally Posted by agolz View Post
    While I was waiting for the shock link to convert from the ST to the LT I rode 150 on the front and 120 in the back (29er). The 150 made the biggest difference in the feel of the bike. As far as peddling goes I didn't notice much of a difference between the 140 and 120 rear. The only time I really noticed more travel in the rear was when riding chunk, jumps, or drops. 150 on the front did slacken the bike.
    Do you have the part number? How much was it?
    Quote Originally Posted by HamfisT
    I understand that engineering has value in and of itself. But in the end, it's still just a pile of aluminum tubes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick d View Post
    Do you have the part number? How much was it?
    I believe the PN is S18630000, I think it was around $35.

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    Quote Originally Posted by agolz View Post
    I believe the PN is S18630000, I think it was around $35.
    Awesome thanks! What shock did you go with?
    Quote Originally Posted by HamfisT
    I understand that engineering has value in and of itself. But in the end, it's still just a pile of aluminum tubes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick d View Post
    Awesome thanks! What shock did you go with?
    I got a great deal off of ebay on a 150 pike RC for the front and a Rockshox Deluxe Rt3. I rode those for the summer and just change the airspring in my Pike to 160, haven't have a chance to ride it much since the switch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nmtim View Post
    I have a 29er LT link if anyone is interested.
    Still have the link?
    Quote Originally Posted by HamfisT
    I understand that engineering has value in and of itself. But in the end, it's still just a pile of aluminum tubes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick d View Post
    Do you have the part number? How much was it?
    Depending on the length you need here are the part numbers from the owners manual
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    Is pike on expert model with new charger 2 damper?
    Also did anybody try longer shock on 27.5 stumpy (i've seen only bunch of 29ers)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0p3x View Post
    Is pike on expert model with new charger 2 damper?
    Also did anybody try longer shock on 27.5 stumpy (i've seen only bunch of 29ers)?
    It's the 19 pike with new damper and new debonair air spring. It is the rc model and I just switched the damper to the rct3 one and it feels significantly more plush. In rc trim, it feels pretty harsh

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    Quote Originally Posted by handsomehwang View Post
    It's the 19 pike with new damper and new debonair air spring. It is the rc model and I just switched the damper to the rct3 one and it feels significantly more plush. In rc trim, it feels pretty harsh
    Thanks, great to hear! It could be probably some tune differences

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    New Stumpjumper has been launched

    Hereís my 2019 Alloy ST 29. Such an awesome bike. Iíve made a few small upgrades to it, but have a long list of plans for it. I really want to upgrade the wheels, just trying to decide which set of i9s I want.






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