2020 Specialized Enduro Thoughts

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2020 Specialized Enduro Thoughts
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Posted: Sep 25, 2021 at 9:12 Quote
Way too obvious.

Posted: Sep 25, 2021 at 13:31 Quote
st-lupo wrote:
Hey all. Just noticed that my downtube protector needs replacing. The local dealer won't be able to get one until January and I haven't found anything available by googling. Any ideas?

Rockguardz Carbon protector

Posted: Sep 26, 2021 at 0:16 Quote
My main pivot is creaking. Is it worth me looking for instructions or an exploded diagram before I pull it apart, or is it just your standard push through axle?

Posted: Sep 26, 2021 at 1:31 Quote
jaame wrote:
My main pivot is creaking. Is it worth me looking for instructions or an exploded diagram before I pull it apart, or is it just your standard push through axle?


Take a look here

https://www.bikezona.com/bicicletas/pdf/ENDURO%20SPECIALIZED-20.pdf

Posted: Oct 11, 2021 at 20:20 Quote
lyzyrdskydr wrote:

Picked up a 38 and DHX for the Enduro, first ride was really promising. All I'm gonna say is even with the 2.5 DHF (never been my first choice for a front tire) I've never had the bike track this well.
Hows the DHX been running for you now that you have some time on it? interested in trying one forsure.

Posted: Oct 11, 2021 at 22:24 Quote
Really good so far, need to try a slightly stiffer spring before making any definite conclusions though (can't find a 525lb SLS spring anywhere). Initial thoughts:

The stock compression tune feels on the lighter side, and the lsc adjuster makes a more subtle change than previous fox shocks I've had where it always seemed to affect hsc. The rebound has a wide range of adjustment and is drastically different between full open and closed.

The bike lost a little bit of pedaling efficiency but part of that is due to being slightly under sprung. Luckily the climb switch is very usable and firms things up without going overboard.

Biggest pro is that it's seemed to eliminate the harshness I have sometimes felt over square mid sized hits with this bike. Con is that I feel I am using full travel more than I should (never harsh as the bumper is great), but I am hoping to resolve that with a stiffer spring or perhaps a custom tune. The DHX should be a great platform for tuning like the bomber cr which is one of the reasons I picked it

Posted: Oct 12, 2021 at 12:29 Quote
Looking to buy a new S3 frame. Anywhere in the US would be ok. Anybody have any good info for me?

Posted: Oct 12, 2021 at 12:45 Quote
jwdenver wrote:
Looking to buy a new S3 frame. Anywhere in the US would be ok. Anybody have any good info for me?

Standard model here:

Twisted Cog, Llc
167 Bridge St. Phoenixville , PA 19460
(610) 422-3586

S-Works here:

Ride On Bikes
1036 Broadway Columbus , GA 31901
(706) 405-4636

Posted: Oct 12, 2021 at 13:37 Quote
DHhack wrote:
jwdenver wrote:
Looking to buy a new S3 frame. Anywhere in the US would be ok. Anybody have any good info for me?

Standard model here:

Twisted Cog, Llc
167 Bridge St. Phoenixville , PA 19460
(610) 422-3586

S-Works here:

Ride On Bikes
1036 Broadway Columbus , GA 31901
(706) 405-4636

Damn I called the place in GA and they don't have the frame anymore. Thanks for the help though.

Posted: Oct 12, 2021 at 16:21 Quote
jwdenver wrote:
DHhack wrote:
jwdenver wrote:
Looking to buy a new S3 frame. Anywhere in the US would be ok. Anybody have any good info for me?

Standard model here:

Twisted Cog, Llc
167 Bridge St. Phoenixville , PA 19460
(610) 422-3586

S-Works here:

Ride On Bikes
1036 Broadway Columbus , GA 31901
(706) 405-4636

Damn I called the place in GA and they don't have the frame anymore. Thanks for the help though.

That sucks!

Posted: Oct 12, 2021 at 22:25 Quote
jwdenver wrote:
DHhack wrote:
jwdenver wrote:
Looking to buy a new S3 frame. Anywhere in the US would be ok. Anybody have any good info for me?

Standard model here:

Twisted Cog, Llc
167 Bridge St. Phoenixville , PA 19460
(610) 422-3586

S-Works here:

Ride On Bikes
1036 Broadway Columbus , GA 31901
(706) 405-4636

Damn I called the place in GA and they don't have the frame anymore. Thanks for the help though.

Have you seen the following posting (not mine)?

https://www.pinkbike.com/buysell/3123337/

Sounds like it's dealer in California so it should come with a warranty.

Posted: Oct 13, 2021 at 6:41 Quote
keju wrote:
New Fox DHX feels pretty good. Bike is a size S4 with a 40mm stem. 475lbs spring. I'm 5'10" and 188lbs in full gear. Feels quite similar to my 2020 Demo Race that has a 500lbs spring. It's also got the WRP mullet yoke and 27.5" rear wheel (duh). I have a DHX2 on my YT Capra and felt like trying the new DHX out on the Enduro... I spent an entire day riding downhill (mostly jumps) at Snow Summit after the swap and it didn't disappoint.

2020 Specialized Enduro WRP Mullet Link amd Fox DHX 2022 coil shock
2020+ Specialized Enduro WRP Mullet Link amd Fox DHX 2022 coil shock

2020 Specialized Enduro WRP Mullet Link amd Fox DHX 2022 coil shock
2020+ Specialized Enduro WRP Mullet Link amd Fox DHX 2022 coil shock

What kind of sag do you get with a 475 lb spring with the WRP Mullet Yoke? I have to run 235 psi in my X2 to get 28% at 180 lbs.

Posted: Oct 13, 2021 at 12:48 Quote
Anyone know anymore about the link that supposedly gives 200mm travel for the enduro with a 29 rear wheel?
How fun what that be if it pedals just as well as stock?

Posted: Oct 13, 2021 at 15:39 Quote
Would be even better if this bike could accept a DH fork. Make it 200/200 for bike park days.

rugbyred wrote:
Anyone know anymore about the link that supposedly gives 200mm travel for the enduro with a 29 rear wheel?
How fun what that be if it pedals just as well as stock?


 
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