2020 Specialized Enduro Thoughts

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2020 Specialized Enduro Thoughts
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Posted: Jan 17, 2022 at 5:34 Quote
RMWB wrote:
You will want the FC-M*120 for the boost chai line. You may get away with the *100 and a small chainring.

So fc-m*120 is the solution.

Thx

Posted: Jan 17, 2022 at 6:27 Quote
Hamburgi wrote:
RMWB wrote:
You will want the FC-M*120 for the boost chai line. You may get away with the *100 and a small chainring.

So fc-m*120 is the solution.

Thx

dresendsit wrote:
RMWB wrote:
You will want the FC-M*120 for the boost chainline.

Actually you’re probably better off with FC-M*100. Shimano refers to “boost” as a 55mm chainline but most manufacturers design 52mm chainline with their boost spacing, which is M*100. You can use *120 as well but you won’t end up having even spacers on each side of the crank.

I'd wager that at 32t and smaller rings the M*100 would work. Clearance with the stock SRAM crank was super tight and that was supposed to be 52mm.

Posted: Jan 17, 2022 at 8:18 Quote
gpgalanis wrote:
Hi guys. Has anyone with an overstroked shock completely bottomed out the Enduro (like in huck to flat)? Does it clear or did you notice any contact with the frame either in the seatstay bridge or the suspension links?

yep knocked the o-ring off the shock a couple times, no issues with clearance.

Posted: Jan 17, 2022 at 9:41 Quote
gpgalanis wrote:
Hi guys. Has anyone with an overstroked shock completely bottomed out the Enduro (like in huck to flat)? Does it clear or did you notice any contact with the frame either in the seatstay bridge or the suspension links?

Works fine on my S5

Posted: Jan 17, 2022 at 11:56 Quote
Great guys! Thank you very much!

Posted: Jan 17, 2022 at 17:32 Quote
Hi guys, I need some help choosing wheels for my bike. Yesterday I cased a jump and destroyed my rear rim. I was originally thinking of only getting a new rear but will probably end up getting a set instead. My bike is a 21’ enduro expert with roval alloy rims. I don’t want to break the bank but also don’t want junk. I’d like to run my 2.6 assegais too. I found a set of spank 350s on dt Swiss 370 hubs with an xD driver for 475. Any thoughts or suggestions is a great help. Thanks

Posted: Jan 17, 2022 at 17:52 Quote
350 on front 359 rear, regarded as one of the best alloy rims currently available.
HZN v2 wheels are also very good for the price.

Posted: Jan 17, 2022 at 20:09 Quote
2014yz250 wrote:
Hi guys, I need some help choosing wheels for my bike. Yesterday I cased a jump and destroyed my rear rim. I was originally thinking of only getting a new rear but will probably end up getting a set instead. My bike is a 21’ enduro expert with roval alloy rims. I don’t want to break the bank but also don’t want junk. I’d like to run my 2.6 assegais too. I found a set of spank 350s on dt Swiss 370 hubs with an xD driver for 475. Any thoughts or suggestions is a great help. Thanks

370 hubs are cheap garbage.

Posted: Jan 17, 2022 at 20:18 Quote
noideamtber wrote:
350 on front 359 rear, regarded as one of the best alloy rims currently available.

That was not my experience with the 350.

Posted: Jan 17, 2022 at 20:20 Quote
newbermuda wrote:
DHhack wrote:
X2 or tune the stock Super Deluxe air? I’m ~210 pounds and 6’4” on a S5, and moderately aggressive. Trail, shuttling and bike park are all in the mix.

Try a megneg. i am a very big fan of the SD air on my s5. 180 lbs though, pretty aggressive but its all relative.

Thanks for the recommendation, first ride was pretty good, plush off the top with true bottom out support and not a lot of bob in the middle.

Posted: Jan 17, 2022 at 22:54 Quote
I’ve got Hope Pro 4 hubs laced to Spank rims - 350 and 359. They have done 800km now with no issues at all. Even holed a front tyre without dinging the rim.

Posted: Jan 17, 2022 at 23:50 Quote
DHhack wrote:
noideamtber wrote:
350 on front 359 rear, regarded as one of the best alloy rims currently available.

That was not my experience with the 350.

dont use it on the rear, ive had my 350/359 combo since it was released, ive heard them ding alot and have trued the rear once. Theyve been soo good. 350 with vibrocore with oneupbar is a saving grace for hands too.

Posted: Jan 17, 2022 at 23:53 Quote
+1 on the 350 and 359 hoops. Ived been on a set for ages, i run low pressure an no inserts and zero problems. love them alot.

Posted: Jan 18, 2022 at 5:01 Quote
mtbtrekracer wrote:
+1 on the 350 and 359 hoops. Ived been on a set for ages, i run low pressure an no inserts and zero problems. love them alot.

I can’t speak to the spank350- but I had a set of 359’s with the hex hub that spank makes- and they were fabulous-

Posted: Jan 18, 2022 at 7:30 Quote
Thanks for the replies, I ordered a set of nukeproof horizon v2s. Will post my thoughts when I get them in about a week if anyone is curious on how they are


 
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