2016 Stumpjumper

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2016 Stumpjumper
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Posted: Aug 7, 2017 at 22:06 Quote
TwoWheelMike wrote:
Idk about the guys out there but here, I haven't been informed about 2018 stumpys yet. Was just informed of the 2018 enduros this morning and info won't be released to the public till the 16th.
of august? The guy i know that is a specialised dealer-really nice bloke as well said that he had the specs etc.. but there was a clause that specialized put in saying no public release.Fair enough,im just itching to see them with tax return and new bike time!!shouldnt be to long i guess

Posted: Aug 14, 2017 at 5:41 Quote
bikerchef1 wrote:
Anyone have any info on the 2018 Stumpjumper?They are due out here in Aus in october and i know the bike shops have the deets (local spesh dealer wont share with me :-( ).Im guessing same wheelset and components as 2017 with probably the larger legged Revelation (35mm) will be the entry point for about $3200 us.

Ask the crew at Just Ride on the Gold Coast...they're pretty easy-going like this tup

Posted: Aug 14, 2017 at 5:54 Quote

Had my 2016 SJ Comp in L for about a year now; previously owned the same bike in M for a couple of months, but felt I needed more TT room...

A few mods to baseline specs:

XT 1x10
35mm Spesh stem from mates old SX T2
160mm Pike RCT3
Zee brakes w/ Hope 203mm / Icetech 180mm rotors (burned the icetech and needed replacement at Ard Rock festival last week and only Hope had a 203 available)

Plans:
1x11 or even 1x12...
New shock...liking the look of DPX2 right now Beer
Repaint the frame black & white

No plans to replace just yet as I absolutely love riding this bike!

Posted: Aug 14, 2017 at 21:24 Quote
SeanF82 wrote:
Had my 2016 SJ Comp in L for about a year now; previously owned the same bike in M for a couple of months, but felt I needed more TT room.
How tall are you?

Posted: Aug 15, 2017 at 16:09 Quote
I'm about to buy a new unbuilt 2016 S-Works Stumpy 29 frame that had been sitting in a warehouse and was wondering about minimum steer tube length needed. I'd like to switch over as many parts as I can from my current ride as possible. I was wondering about steer tube length for my fork. I'd like to avoid the cost of a new fork on top of the cost of things I will already have to spring for on top of the frame and bottom bracket. I was looking for info from anyone that has built one up or switched a fork in as to what they have on theirs.

Posted: Aug 15, 2017 at 16:30 Quote
MrMentallo wrote:
I'm about to buy a new unbuilt 2016 S-Works Stumpy 29 frame that had been sitting in a warehouse and was wondering about minimum steer tube length needed. I'd like to switch over as many parts as I can from my current ride as possible. I was wondering about steer tube length for my fork. I'd like to avoid the cost of a new fork on top of the cost of things I will already have to spring for on top of the frame and bottom bracket. I was looking for info from anyone that has built one up or switched a fork in as to what they have on theirs.

Head tube length varies between sizes, from 90 to 120, best to go to the archive on specialized site.

Posted: Aug 15, 2017 at 20:32 Quote
Switched from a debonair monarch plus rc3 to topaz. The topaz is definitely smoother and has a more bottomless feel without being filled to the brim with bands like the monarch. For reference I'm 130ish lbs. 175psi in the air sprint, 162 in bladder and 2 bands in the negative side.

Posted: Aug 16, 2017 at 0:42 Quote
acali wrote:
SeanF82 wrote:
Had my 2016 SJ Comp in L for about a year now; previously owned the same bike in M for a couple of months, but felt I needed more TT room.
How tall are you?
5'10.5"--5'11"
Sold the M bike to a friend and she's 5'6" or 5'7" and she loves it

Posted: Aug 31, 2017 at 7:13 Quote
jfkusa wrote:
Billjohn6 wrote:
Anyone else having trouble fitting a water bottle in the SWAT holder? My water bottle gets up really close to the shock adjustments and I am constantly worried about my bottle rubbing the shock. I have a 20oz polar bottle that's a few years old, I measured it and found it's around 9.5 inches tall just for reference.
Two months on this bike so far and I am absolutely loving my burnt orange expert, will post some pics soon!

Im not running into any problems, but i have a L frame and am running a specialized purist bottle. I did find that the fabric bottle doesn't work because the door has a concave shape so the tabs don't stick out enough

Hey, I have a big problem with fitting a water bottle on my size S frame. How tall is the purist water bottle( well, the body of the water bottle ) ?

thanks.

Posted: Aug 31, 2017 at 9:16 Quote
What cage are you using? The side loading ones really help if it's not purely a fitment issue, but a problem removing the bottle.

Posted: Aug 31, 2017 at 9:29 Quote
9.75" for the whole thing, not sure what you mean by the body of the water bottle?

Posted: Sep 12, 2017 at 20:00 Quote
Drill new holes move bottle cage down, no?

Posted: Sep 13, 2017 at 6:17 Quote
b00sh00 wrote:
Drill new holes move bottle cage down, no?
I'd drill or file the holes in the cage larger/longer

Posted: Feb 15, 2018 at 9:27 Quote
I'm pretty stoked about my recent upgrades, so I wanted to share some photos with my fellow 2016 Stumpy lovers!



I upgraded my drivetrain to the GX Eagle from the Sram X1


The Monarch Plus RC3 feels amazing! It feels like a different bike! Very happy with this upgrade!


Upgrades:

Race Face Atlas 20mm rise 800mm width bars
Race Face Chester 40mm Stem
ODI TLD Grips
Maxxis Minion DHF 2.6 front tire
Maxxis Minion DHR II 2.6 rear tire (on the way)
Race Face Chester pedals
Sram X01 Carbon Cranks 32T sprocket
Sram GX Eagle Derailleur
Sram GX Eagle Shifter
Sram Eagle 1275 Cassette
Rockshox Monarch Plus RC3
Specialized Henge Expert Saddle (Hollow Titanium Rails)


 
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