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    Specialized P3 geometry changes?

    Did the Specialized P3 geometry change through the years, or has it remained essentially the same? What about other design features? I'm trying to decide between a used one, which is a 2004 frame built up with newer components, and a new one. I noticed that the rear dropouts look different, so they apparently incorporated a new chain tensioning design at some point.

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    I would be interested in this as well. I picked up a 2005ish P2 with a bad rear wheel for $50 and I want to know what is a good thing to do to this bike to bring it into the modern era, or just let it go to someone else and buy a new DJ bike.

    Seems like a new fork would go a long way. Maybe make it a SS for lower weight?

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