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Specialized Enduro S-WORKS Medium

$1500 USD
I bought this awesome Enduro brand new in 2007, it has only had one owner. I'm not a racer and don't compete and I own 4 mountain bikes so as you can imagine it has low miles on it for its age. I have listed the parts spec below, everything on the bike functions as it should, it has brand new front brake pads, I also have a spare derailleur hanger I can give you. The cap to the fork's air valve is missing, but an inner tube cap works nicely. The default spec is below, parts that have been replaced are the crankset (it is now an XT crank), and the rear brake and rotor was replaced last year with an upgraded XTR caliper. The saddle in the pics will not be included, I will include the original Specialized seat that came on the bike, which has never been used, pedals are not included as usual. Stanchions on fork are excellent, no scratches or dents, but there is one tiny blemish pointed out in the photo, it does not effect performance at all and does not cause any wear on the seals. MSRP New: $5,700 BicycleBlueBook.com Value: $1700 http://www.bicyclebluebook.com/SearchListingDetail.aspx?id=11894&make=741&model=55537&year=2006 $1,917 (Like-New) $1,825 (Excellent) $1,643 (Good) $1,223 (Fair) Based on their descriptions the bike is definitely better than Good condition since it doesn't need any mechanical replacements. M5 alloy, ORE TT and DT, low center of gravity Enduro FSR frame, forged HT, pierced seattube, sealed cartridge bearings, ISCG mount, two forward shock mounts for geometry adjustment, replaceable derailleur hanger, derailleur guard, 150mm travel Fox DHX Air 5.0 shock, external rebound, Bottom Control and ProPedal adjust, twin sleeve, 150mm travel Fox 36RC Talas fork, 110-150mm, external rebound, high/low speed compression adjustment, 20mm thru axle, alloy steerer Thomson stem matched to Specialized Enduro Mid Rise, 2014 alloy 31.8mm OS bar Shimano M-965 XTR, hydraulic disc brakes, 8" XT rotors front and rear SRAM X.0, 9-speed rear derailleur SRAM X-0, carbon Trigger shifters Shimano M960 XTR cassette with Shimano CN-7701 XTR chain Thomson, 7000 series aluminum, 2-bolt adjustable seat post FRAME - M5 alloy, ORE TT and DT, low center of gravity Enduro FSR frame, forged HT, pierced seattube, sealed cartridge bearings, ISCG mount, two forward shock mounts for geometry adjustment, replaceable derailleur hanger, derailleur guard, 150mm travel REAR SHOCK - Fox DHX Air 5.0, 8.75"x2.5" external rebound, Bottom Control and ProPedal adjust, twin sleeve, 150mm travel FORK - Fox 36RC Talas, 110-150mm, external rebound, high/low speed compression adjustment, 20mm thru axle, alloy steerer HEADSET - 1 1/8 threadless, 13mm insertion alloy cups, sealed cartridge bearing STEM - Thomson, 31.8 clamp, 4-bolt face plate CNC 7000 series aluminum, 0 degree rise HANDLEBARS - Specialized Enduro Mid Rise, 2014 alloy 31.8 OS bar, 640mm width GRIPS - Specialized MTB grip, black/grey FRONT BRAKE - Shimano M-965 XTR, hydraulic disc, 8" XT rotor, metallic pads REAR BRAKE - Shimano M-965 XTR, hydraulic disc, 8" XT rotor, metallic pads BRAKE LEVERS - Shimano XT FRONT DERAILLEUR - Shimano M-960 XTR, 34.9mm clamp, top swing, dual pull REAR DERAILLEUR - SRAM X.0, 9-speed mid cage SHIFT LEVERS - SRAM X-0, carbon Trigger CASSETTE - Shimano M960 XTR, 9-speed, 11x34t CHAIN - Shimano CN-7701 XTR, 9-speed CRANKSET - Custom Truvativ Stylo with Black Spire Stinger shift guide CHAINRINGS - 24A/36A/alloy guard BOTTOM BRACKET - Truvativ GXP, sealed outboard cartridge bearing, 73mm shell RIMS - DT Swiss EX5.1d, 28mm welded Enduro, 32 hole FRONT HUB - Specialized disc, 32 hole, 20mm thru axle REAR HUB - DT SWiss Custom SL 32 hole disc, alloy QR with RD protecter SPOKES - DT Swiss Super Comp 2.0/1.7/1.8mm butted, black, alloy nipples FRONT TIRE - Specialized Enduro, 26x2.3", aramid bead, dual compound, 120 TPI REAR TIRE - Specialized Enduro, 26x2.3", aramid bead, dual compound, 120 TPI TUBES - Specialized presta valve SADDLE - Specialized Enduro, leather cover, hollow titanium rails, super light foam SEAT POST - Thomson, 7000 series aluminum, 2-bolt adjustable, 30.9mmx367/410mm SEAT BINDER - 7050 hard annodized alloy collar with QR, 34.9mm clamp ID, black NOTES - Chain stay/seat stay protector, derailleur protector, reflectors, owners manual

Rasterman mattwragg's article
Sep 24, 2013 at 10:28
Sep 24, 2013
To The Point: MIPS
Although it is great to see the MIPS lab test video, it is practically worthless without a baseline video to compare it to. Perhaps a helmet without the MIPS system behaves exactly the same, perhaps it rotates even more due to less mass, perhaps the MIPS is 1% better, perhaps 100%...
Rasterman lunatyk's photo
Feb 21, 2013 at 13:27
Feb 21, 2013
Negative ghost rider, the patter is full.

Rasterman mikekazimer's article
Feb 5, 2013 at 11:38
Feb 5, 2013
To the Point: Cartridge Bearings
Are there any significant differences in resistance with the different seal types? I would assume so otherwise all bearings would be LLU? For bike applications do the resistance differences matter?
Rasterman mikekazimer's article
Feb 5, 2013 at 5:38
Feb 5, 2013
To the Point: Cartridge Bearings
So there is no point in using an ABEC 5 bearing. And unless your ceramic bearing has XD-15 races, it is also a waste of money.
Rasterman numshi's photo
Jan 31, 2013 at 14:14
Jan 31, 2013
Maaybee he is wearing a helmet, you cant really see it, a helmet with a brim like a hat, yeah....

Rasterman mattwragg's article
Jan 29, 2013 at 6:50
Jan 29, 2013
Making a Novatec Hub
Perhaps he receives the wheels with spokes already inserted and loosely into the rim, so by building a wheel all he is doing is putting it on a truing rack and truing using an power spoke wrench.
Rasterman brule's article
Jan 21, 2013 at 12:01
Jan 21, 2013
Video: Rat Attack
He needs to just get it over with and manual the whole trail!
Rasterman RichardCunningham's article
Jan 12, 2013 at 19:55
Jan 12, 2013
Industry Nine Announces Torch Series Hubs and Wheelsets
385g rim? that is low for a 28mm wide rim, too low?
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