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Posted: Jul 11, 2009 at 22:08 Quote
Standard shock sizes:
241mm = 76mm stroke
222mm = 70mm stroke
215mm = 63mm stroke

The following will apply with the standard shock sizes above:
Standard setups:
241mm shock mount and shock to get 160 and 180mm travel options (standard on Voltage FR20 and FR10 models).
222mm shock mount and shock for 150 or 170mm travel options (standard on Voltage FR30),
215mm shock mounts, and a 215mm shock will give you 135 or 150mm travel.

Special setups:
222mm shock + 240 shock mount gives you 170mm (long) 150mm (short) of travel, slackens/lowers the bike.
215mm shock mounts and a 200mm shock equals 110mm travel
222mm shock mounts and a 215mm shock to get 135mm travel








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so what do you think? i think its pretty cool.



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Posted: Jul 11, 2009 at 22:18 Quote
Pretty damn mint. That system they've got for there swing arm looks pretty bad ass.

Posted: Jul 11, 2009 at 22:23 Quote
Love it, am going to get one.

Posted: Jul 11, 2009 at 22:33 Quote
Doesn't it have adjustible rear travel? Like not nob turning but if you move the pivot whatchamahickies?

Anyways, Scott is doing a great job with their bikes! Can't wait till they are released!

Posted: Jul 11, 2009 at 22:36 Quote
Mike-MTB wrote:
Doesn't it have adjustible rear travel? Like not nob turning but if you move the pivot whatchamahickies?

Anyways, Scott is doing a great job with their bikes! Can't wait till they are released!
yeah you can change the position where the shock mounts to the swinger which adjusts the travel

Posted: Jul 11, 2009 at 22:39 Quote
LoganSTP wrote:
Mike-MTB wrote:
Doesn't it have adjustible rear travel? Like not nob turning but if you move the pivot whatchamahickies?

Anyways, Scott is doing a great job with their bikes! Can't wait till they are released!
yeah you can change the position where the shock mounts to the swinger which adjusts the travel
Yea that's it!

Posted: Jul 11, 2009 at 22:47 Quote
That's a sick line up. How are all the 2010 bikes posted all over the internet so fast?

Posted: Jul 11, 2009 at 22:56 Quote
OhhhKevin wrote:
That's a sick line up. How are all the 2010 bikes posted all over the internet so fast?
well the companies want to create hype so they have what they have press camps where the press go and ride the new bikes so they will write good things about them. also they sometimes let images out to get us the consumer talking about it which is one of the best forms of advertising and its free.

Posted: Jul 11, 2009 at 23:15 Quote
they're so mint bikes, i think i have to start collecting money to get one when they get out Salute

Posted: Jul 11, 2009 at 23:55 Quote
how much is it gonna cost??

Posted: Jul 12, 2009 at 0:04 Quote
brownix wrote:
how much is it gonna cost??
im not 100% sure but they are going to run a few models and there gona start off pretty cheap but there will be a quite high end model. thats all i know atm.

Posted: Jul 12, 2009 at 0:16 Quote
do you reckon the frame'll cost more than £1000

Posted: Jul 12, 2009 at 0:49 Quote
brownix wrote:
do you reckon the frame'll cost more than £1000
i dont know if it will even come out as a frame but like i have said before i dont know much about it at thew moment

Posted: Jul 12, 2009 at 1:01 Quote
I find that video strange... they showed the frame featured in the photos at the beginning of the video but later in the video they are riding a completely different frame. The bike sounds super sick though, I'd throw a lyric on it. Then you could change your whole bike on the trail, all you would need is an allen key.

Posted: Jul 12, 2009 at 1:10 Quote
scrippsranchDJ wrote:
I find that video strange... they showed the frame featured in the photos at the beginning of the video but later in the video they are riding a completely different frame. The bike sounds super sick though, I'd throw a lyric on it. Then you could change your whole bike on the trail, all you would need is an allen key.
yea it is sick and for the different frames the ones there riding are the old nitrous fr frames they where a team only 135 mm slope style build. i think the riding just shows what its designed to do.

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