Banshee Rune V2 31.46lbs
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Banshee Rune V2 31.46lbs

38 Comments

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 WOW, wicked build!
She looks amazing!

How does the shock feel or how do you like the rear shock?
You are now the AM FR master!
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 Thanks dude, she feels great. The DB Air is amazing, very supple and active. It really does feel like a coil. First ride on her tomorrow, I can't wait.
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 That is beautiful! Just new a black fork and maybe Sixc cranks (forks for looks, cranks for carbonz and looks!)

Sickest I've seen yet though haha
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 Thanks man. Sixc cranks is on the wishlist, a black Lyrik would look nice, though I'll be putting an Avalanche cartridge in this one before I get a new fork.
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 The white is okay really I suppose it breaks it up a little. Mathes the e thirteen and xt decals Smile I was biddig on some Sixc cranks and they went for a steal f a price yet sadly out of my range.
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 sick bike! similar set up im looking for once my meta frame sells, what it like to ride? thinking of using it as a allrounder,
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 Hey dude, the Rune is an amazing frame, handles pretty much any riding. The 3 position dropouts are great, I keep it it the slackest setting and yet I can still climb fairly well with it. It's very stiff this frame and very supple. Perfect all rounder with the right shock.
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 jeeezus christ! just when i thought your stumpy couldn't get any better, you get this!
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 Haha thanks dude.
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 Uhhh what a Beauty! Enjoy - the new Banshees are awesome and so much Fun to ride!
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 Thanks man, yeah absolutely loving this, so damn good.
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 oh my.
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 I'm pretty stunned by it myself to be honest.
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 That is soo nice! Now I know what my next frame will look like built up.
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 Haha thanks dude. The frame is so nice, feels solid, suspension is great with the DBair.
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 Really good to hear, hopefully will ride better than my Enduro haha.
Did you weigh the frame before you built it up?
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 Yeah 6.77lbs without shock and dropouts.
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 Thanks, that's not too bad actually. Little bit heavier than my current frame but worth it for the performance gain.
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 really cool bike dide!bet you dont wanna get it to muddy lol!
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 Complete opposite man, going out to Grogley tomorrow.
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 Great looking bike......nice job Wink
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 Cheers dude.
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 liked your stumpy, but this is sick.
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 Thanks, this is much better then the stumpy.
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 OMG our bikes are exactly the same weight!!!1!!!!1
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 Haha, sorry to inform you, but not anymore as I've just got it down to 29.75lbs.
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 Cries


What did you change?
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 Switched Reverb out for my Thomson, and switched tyres to Specialized Butcher Control 2.3 front and Purgatory S-Works 2.2 rear. Rides a lot better with these tyres as well.
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 throw up a pic of that rowdy chain guide sir!
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 Sure can do. It's different know though, as I cut off the lower guide, so it's now just the top guide and taco.
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 Stahp
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 Can't help it, I just like to build nice bikes.
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 Nice man, looks great.
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 Cheers man, can't wait to get out on her.
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 Well done, sir.
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 Thanks man.
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 Solid tire choice!
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 Yeah these tyres are great, but they're heavy and roll too damn slow. I've switched them out now for Specialized Butcher Control 2.3 front and Purgatory S-Works 2.2 rear. Rides a lot better now, less sluggish and just rolls better now.

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