scott voltage fr/shock lengths on first page.

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scott voltage fr/shock lengths on first page.
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Posted: Aug 3, 2017 at 11:24 Quote
therealtylerdurden wrote:
Do you mean 240x76?

yes

Posted: Aug 3, 2017 at 13:23 Quote
Why isn't it fitting? Is the reservoir rubbing on the linkage or something? Have you tried installing it upside down, backwards, backwards and upside down?

Posted: Aug 5, 2017 at 4:51 Quote
anyone know if you can buy just a new Scott Voltage FR frame? I asked my local shop and said no which I find hard to believe.....

Posted: Aug 5, 2017 at 11:02 Quote
Here's a 2010.
Shows the whole bike, but it's just the frame. Long. https://m.pinkbike.com/buysell/2145793/

Posted: Aug 5, 2017 at 11:48 Quote
yea.... Im looking for something newer 2016-2017. want to build one out

Posted: Aug 17, 2017 at 14:51 Quote
Hey guys, I recall someone mentioned the CCDB (possibly air?) didn't feel very good on their gen 1 Voltage. What shocks work best with this frame?

Posted: Aug 17, 2017 at 18:16 Quote
Upgrades to the Voltage! Spank Spoon32 rims front and rear, +10mm IDS dropouts with 12mm axle, and Shimano Zee brakes front and rear with 200mm XT Ice Tech rotors. The transformation to LT enduro / mini DH bike is almost complete!

Scott Voltage FR20 with Spank Spoon rims 10mm IDS dropouts 12mm axle and Shimano Zee brakes front and rear

Scott Voltage FR20 with Spank Spoon rims 10mm IDS dropouts 12mm axle and Shimano Zee brakes front and rear

Posted: Aug 24, 2017 at 10:38 Quote
So as I never get out on this now. I think its time to sell up. So its a Scott voltage fr10 frame. No dents or cracks. All new pivot bearings and parts. Fox dhx5 240mm shock. Hope pro 2 rear hub. Halo front hub. Both on mtx 33 rims. Maxxes tyres both ends. Nuke proof dropper seat post. Still works perfectly. Charge seat. Hope seat clamp. Shimano all cranks. See breaks with 203mm rotors. X fusion slant forks. 15mm bolt throw. Nuke proof stem bars lock on grips and pedals. All almost brand new. Amazing do it all bike. I just don't have the time any more to enjoy it. Won't post. Pick up only if I can. Will except good offers. No swaps sorry. Text me on 07578478509 if you want to know more and for pictures . Thanks for looking.

Posted: Sep 4, 2017 at 20:44 Quote
has anyone ever run a manitou swinger on their voltage or any other frame? I found one on here for cheap and it's new. And I wanted an air shock to replace my marzzocchi Rocco wc coil.

Posted: Dec 22, 2017 at 10:58 Quote
Has anyone ridden both the older (2011/2012) and newer (2015 and up) Voltages?

Posted: Dec 22, 2017 at 13:09 Quote
Yes, I have both. The new one is much stiffer, especially in the headtub and the rear area. The older model is more adjustable. I have liked the old, but the new is day and night!

Cheers!

Posted: Dec 22, 2017 at 13:24 Quote
Yeah I had the 2012 fr30 long and put a fox vans 180 fork on it . Was fun to ride but felt quite small ( I’m 5.11 ) !
Now own a 2015 710 Fox susp in medium all standard . Feels like a proper bike , feels bigger and beefier , can just about cope with long enduro days ( Just ) , but BikePark is where it shines ! Did morzine in France this year and had a blast with no issues , bike is bullet proof ! Mate took a 2017 730 with the x fusion susp and he loved it ! Get a deal on a 710 if u can , older ones are good but no comparison !

Posted: Dec 22, 2017 at 15:34 Quote
I had a 2012 FR20 size long. That was my first mini-dh bike. I’m 6’2”, so my knees hit the bars quite often, but I loved how maneuverable it was and how it felt in the air. Got rid of it a few years ago.

I just got a used 2015 FR20 Large frame, with a custom build. Set up 27.5, 170mm front and rear. I haven’t ridden it properly yet, but initially it feels like a much longer bike than the old one, which I like.


 
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