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Posted: Mar 21, 2019 at 11:56 Quote
O yeah, I had a set of Proofs on my Capital. I like how they are beefier than the Districts, but I loved the rise on the Districts. They are hard to come by in the States. Canada is about the only place we can get them. I keep looking here and on ebay for a set.

Posted: Mar 25, 2019 at 22:33 Quote
dtayl12 wrote:
dtayl12 wrote:
next progression of the build, now with chaos rims on ns rotary hubs and khe mac2dirts, argyles upfront, odi vans grips and an octane one chemical stem Big Grin

Newset addition! Big Grin

Newest addition installed pic to follow
Newest addition installed pic to follow

Bikes really nice pal , seatpost is ruining it though , get something inline and it would be pretty sick looking .

Posted: Mar 26, 2019 at 1:07 Quote
liamarcher wrote:
dtayl12 wrote:
dtayl12 wrote:
next progression of the build, now with chaos rims on ns rotary hubs and khe mac2dirts, argyles upfront, odi vans grips and an octane one chemical stem Big Grin

Newset addition! Big Grin

Newest addition installed pic to follow
Newest addition installed pic to follow

Bikes really nice pal , seatpost is ruining it though , get something inline and it would be pretty sick looking .

thanks mate! yeah agreed, that and the pedals and i'll be done....until the next thing! Razz

Posted: Apr 3, 2019 at 23:41 Quote
latest changes - district bars added, circus comp forks, v12 pedals




Posted: Apr 16, 2019 at 0:31 Quote
Building up a Surge Evo and was thinking about trying 27.5 front and 26 rear. I will be running a DVO Diamond at 140mm.

Building it up to be able to ride the pump track/dirt jumps but also be able to do some "aggressiveish" trail riding on it. Any input on others who have built one up in 140mm would be great. Thanks in advance.

Posted: Apr 16, 2019 at 1:18 Quote
I run a 140mm 650 fox 34 with a 26 wheel an to be honest haven't noticed any difference in handling from the 26 160 fork it replaced
I have noticed less hand ache, I put that down to going from 35mm to 34 stanchions an a better quality fork

Posted: May 7, 2019 at 20:20 Quote
What tyres have people been able to run in the back of their Surge Evo's with a 27.5" wheel? Was hoping a 2.35" Hans Dampfe and 2.4" DHR2 WT would fit with a bit of room. I'd be running the drop out all the way back.

Posted: Jun 14, 2019 at 13:14 Quote
At last, got rid of the stupid seat post! Big Grin

And added some other little touches
ns decade

Posted: Jun 14, 2019 at 21:09 Quote
I like all that red you have all over. I've been eyeing the new tapered Decades, but mine is still doing great, so why change it.

Posted: Jun 14, 2019 at 22:37 Quote
BSal wrote:
I like all that red you have all over. I've been eyeing the new tapered Decades, but mine is still doing great, so why change it.

Thanks bsal, yours is fricking stealthy! Love the green hints and the white spokes look sweet! I was looking for a black stealthy build initially but this frame came up at an absolute steal so I went with it. Love the deep trans red!

Posted: Aug 7, 2019 at 7:32 Quote
croyx16 wrote:
has anyone tried to mount an internal dropper post through the internal rear brake routing hole on the soda evos?

Yes I have routed an internal dropper cable on my 2016 evo air.

I fed the outer cable down one of the internal holes near the headtube then I had to take the crankset and BB out to feed it up the seat tube.
That bend is very tight! I used shielded jagwire which was a mistake as it's very stiff. Cheap flexible outer would have been easier.



Posted: Aug 7, 2019 at 7:46 Quote
lokomonkey wrote:
is this a 27.5? how do you like it? I own the same bike, but 26" looking to go into the bigger wheel size, is it the same playful bike?
aldc123 wrote:
NS soda evo air 2016


Yes I have 27.5 wheels. I haven't tried 26" but it feels pretty playful now I've dropped the Metric fork down to 160mm and set the short wheelbase flip chip.

Posted: Sep 2, 2019 at 6:16 Quote
Been looking at those huge oneup droppers but didn’t know if it was possible to route it but now I have hope! Cheers dude

Posted: Sep 3, 2019 at 14:24 Quote
Swapped the NS District out for a Dartmoor Toxic, so that got the original stem back on the Sub.


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