Norco 2009 4 Hun

Norco 2009 4 Hun

8 Reviews for 2009 4 Hun

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 great bike for 4x racing, very agile and fast! and u can stil have fun on dirt jumps! i have a custom build of a 2008 frame with rock shox revelation, juicy 7, sram shifting, dtswiss wheels, schwalbe tires and its still very lite
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 Its a super great bike for dirt jump, street and much more.I ride the 2010 norco 4 hun and I never broke anything on it except the derailleur.Now im riding the bike single speed and didn't need a chain tensioner because the frame has vertical dropouts wich are super pratical, Also its one of the best looking ALUMINIUM dirt jump frame on the market.
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 I have owned ALOT of bikes, and I've had ALOT of bikes stolen as well. I'm 31 now, started riding when I was 5 basically. I have owned a GT Performer with yes the white 5 spoke plastic rims, a lime green GT Performer Pro, a Redline Racing and that's just the BMX bikes. I have also owned a Diamondback Ascent Ex (piece of SHIT NEVER buy anything Diamondback) a Kuwahara that was almost $1000 which was "borrowed" by a knife weilding Indian, yes I will admit I owned a Nishiki, but one bike I have FOND memories of is my Norco Bigfoot. Never had one single problem other than buying a new chain every spring, new tires and new tubes and owned the bike for 5 years and put at LEAST 500 km's on it a month if not more. I now own a 2004 4hun and I must say I won't buy anything else but Norco. They put ALOT of thought into every frame they come up with and honestly for what I paid I couldn't find a better deal. I paid roughly $1800 BRAND new with some parts that the shop had put on just because they had so much fun building the bike. Here's the specs for those of you that also own 4huns ...
Bike- 2004 Norco 4hun flat black paint 7005 Aluminum
Forks- Marzocchi DJ 1's external rebound adjust air/oil dampened 80mm travel
Rims- Alex SupraBH Doublewall with custom spokes and new Chris King hubs
Blackspire D13 Chain guide
Saint Hollowtech Cranks
Saint low rise 9 speed derailleur(bolts directly to rear dropout for more strength)
Titec Hellbent 3" riser bars
DMR 1` custom black stem
Aheadset sealed cartridge headset
Odi lock on grips with chrome rings

There's a few other goodies but honestly I can't say I've ever been much happier switching from a Schwinn Jay Miron Canadian Beast Signature BMX to my 4hun !! The bike is built like a tank and feels rock solid when riding around town or dirt jumping as well. I will ONLY buy and support Norco from now on :-D
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 Its awesome so light to huck around off jumps the fork handles alot of shit that you throw at it.. One negative is that there is know chain gard on the frame so it gets dirty easyily
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 Great bike, I love it so much! Shreds anything- Djs, downhill, skate parks, its very versitile. The only thing I dislike is that it has Juicy 3's, which is a rip for how much you pay for the bike.
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 I've owned a few of these and by far the most versatile all around bike Norco has ever made. This thing single tracts, down hills, DJs, it does and will handle anything.
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 This bike, without a doubt, is sexy! Big Grin Gotta love the custom fork and rims. I love the custom Funn bar too.
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 nigga
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Norco 2009 4 Hun (MSRP $2250) — * Light weight aluminum frame with an integrated headset, a durable hydraform downtube, forged BB yoke and super light low profile slotted dropouts with stainless steel dropout inserts * ISCG 05 and old guide mounts, short or long frame options * Marzocchi 100 mm / 3.9" 4X fork * Custom Funn bar and stem * Truvativ Stylo crank * Sram X5/X7 gearing * Intense Micro Knobby tires * Pivotal thin saddle with Norco design cover Complete bike weight: 30 lbs/13.6 kgs

Specifications Compare to other DJ/Street/Park Bikes

Release Date 2009
Price $2,250
Fork Marzocchi 4X World Cup 100 mm travel, 1-1/8” steer tube
Headset FSA Impact 8D integrated
Cassette Sram PG-950, 9 speed, 12-26T
Crankarms Truvativ Stylo, 32T
Chainguide E-13 LG -1 with Taco
Bottom Bracket Truvativ Stylo GXP
Pedals Thin design flat pedal w/cnc, steel pins, blue
Chain KMC Z-9000
Rear Derailleur Sram X-7, 9 speed, medium cage
Shifter Pods Sram X-5 trigger, 9 speed rear
Handlebar Funn Full Bore 710 x 65mm rise, 25.4 mm, blue
Stem Funn Rippa alloy, 25.4 mm, 45mm extension
Grips Norco design clear rubber
Brakes Avid Juicy 3
Hubs KT 135 x 10 mm nutted, 9 spd, 20mm front.
Spokes Stainless black 2.0
Rim Alien Nation Black Sheep 32 hole, blue
Tires Intense Micro Knobby 26 x 2.25
Seat Pivotal thin, Norco design graphic, hollow bolt Snake design
Seatpost Pivotal 3D forged alloy, 27.2 mm black

Dimensions

Size S M
Frame Weight
Bike Weight 30 lbs 30 lbs
Headtube Angle 68.5 ° 68.5 °
Seattube Angle 73 ° 73 °
Headtube Length 115 mm 115 mm
Chainstay Length
BB Height 323 mm 323 mm
BB Width
Seat Post Diameter
Front Derailleur Width
HeadTube Diameter 1.125 1.125
Top Tube Length 565 mm 578 mm
WheelBase 1051 mm 1063 mm
Standover Height 735 mm 731 mm

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