ExMxEr

Old guy that doesn't hang out with old guys. And has the speed to justify.

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ExMxEr VorsprungSuspension's article
Nov 8, 2017 at 14:50
Nov 8, 2017
The Tuesday Tune Ep 19: Rebound Damping - Video
I spent a few days in Moab to ride, but also to dial in my brand new CC Inline Air shock on my 2nd gen carbon Tallboy. Slickrock Trail, three times in two days (poor me..) I ride for speed, nothing else. Slickrock was perfect with its never ending ripples. I finally found the perfect low-speed rebound setting- any faster, and the rear would start bouncing. Any slower, and I could feel it pack. Thought this would be the first time I would run “human” low speed rebound. Nope. Two out from fully closed. About 80% in from factory settings. Haven’t touched it since. Running high speed reboud 1/2 turn in from factory settings, and compression is factory recommended. If you want the fast track to tuning an Inline Air, start all damping at recommended, then dial it in with volume spacers alone to match the fork. Then clickers.. Eric
ExMxEr mikelevy's article
Nov 8, 2017 at 14:21
Nov 8, 2017
Testing 27.5 vs 29 With Vanderham and Gauvin - Video
I’m a little biased since I come from motorbike racing and found 29’ers to be the most natural transition. But I’m not biased when I say I’ve seen a lot of 27.5 vs 29 comparisons, and have never seen the 27.5 come out on top. Although they’re usually about this close.
ExMxEr vernonfelton's article
Aug 2, 2017 at 8:31
Aug 2, 2017
Too Long? Too Slack? Not Enough? – Pinkbike Poll
I just rode my Maverick ML-7 on my local trails in northern NM and I was amazed at how agile it was compared to my second gen carbon Tallboy! In short, my Tallboy just doesn't fit on my hometown trails. Yes it's got long chainstays, but a 70 degree head angle... I wouldn't give up my Tallboy for anything, but there's a limit if you're going to own one bike for everything. Eric
ExMxEr mikelevy's article
Jul 2, 2017 at 8:25
Jul 2, 2017
Cross-Country Tech - Vallnord XC World Cup 2017
Bruni and Peaty wouldn't be the first professional racers to talk up a product for their sponsors. Wether it works or not. That goes back as long as there has been, um, sponsors.
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Jun 27, 2017 at 19:31
Jun 27, 2017
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Jun 27, 2017 at 19:25
Jun 27, 2017

Maverick ML-7

$700 USD
2004 Maverick ML-7! Own a classic that is still my favorite 26'er!! It's got some miles on it but it refuses to die. Amazing machine. Please ping me for more pics as loading them to this add with my phone is iffy at best. Parts list as follows: DT Swiss EX 1750 rims (cost me 1k! Light and super strong) SRAM X9 derailleur. Two 9- speed cassettes. 28T and 34T. 2010 Rockshox Reba fork. New 2015 Shimano Deore brakes. 2015 Raceface handlebars. 2014 Bontrager saddle (new) Shimano Front derailleur (Maverick recommended) Syncros seatpost. Ardent/Wolverine tires. Truvative GPX Hollowcore cranks. BBB Stem. New bottom bracket.

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May 6, 2017 at 12:41
May 6, 2017
Selling
May 6, 2017 at 12:34
May 6, 2017

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ExMxEr VorsprungSuspension's video
Mar 2, 2017 at 14:59
Mar 2, 2017
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Speak of the devil, I just finalized my DB Inline Air volume reducer count. I was on the phone with Cane Creek this morning asking them what I might feel going from a lower can volume to higher. They gave me some general guidelines, but I think I have the definitive answer- your (shock) will get harsh because of the increased HSC necessary to keep the bike in the normal range of travel. Had to go in a full turn of HSC to compensate for the loss of only one small row of spacers! Guess I was close. What should have made a super plush ride was stupid harsh. And I wouldn't have known that increasing the HSC would effectively bring the high speed circuit in sooner without the Tuesday Tune!! You the Man! Eric

ExMxEr VorsprungSuspension's video
Mar 1, 2017 at 10:16
Mar 1, 2017
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Beautiful Man.. Please keep ramming engineering concepts into our cerebral cortex! A great take away from this one is the idea that a more progressive set up can actually be harsher due to slamming into the last half of travel sooner than a more linear tune. And that last half (HSC) needs to be stiffer to compensate. Fantastic, as always. Eric

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