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

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