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Apr 25, 2012 at 9:38
Apr 25, 2012
STEALTH, love it!

Mar 16, 2012 at 12:42
Mar 16, 2012

medium Nukeproof scalp ( cane creek) brand new

$1300 GBP
Shes up for sale unfortunately , my nukeproof scalp medium silver with cane creek double barrel , I had all intentions of building it up to a race spec rig but my lack of time has seen me doing near enough no biking at all so it would be a waste. The frame is unridden (new) the most action its seen is being sat on top of the box. Open to offers , would rather do cash on collection but posting can be arranged, many thanks for looking. tom ....any questions feel free to drop me a text or ring , ta Will consider swap for some fox talas 36 and money my way cheers x Taking its name from the legendary track at Moneyscalp Wood in Co Down, the Nukeproof Scalp is our eagerly-awaited DH race rig, offering 209mm of progressive rear travel via a pull-link driven single-pivot suspension system.Designed and built with the target of grabbing podium places on the World Cup circuit, the Scalp is nonetheless destined to appeal to weekend warriors everywhere as a top-quality but affordable speed machine.Engineered from double-welded 6061 aluminium and tested by our team riders on courses in the UK and elsewhere, the Scalp is a slack and low-slung gravity sled built for the steepest, most technical and most challenging race runs the sport can throw up. Boasting a super-slack 63-degree head angle, 47.12 in wheelbase and 14” static BB height (medium size) the Scalp is characterised by its centrally-positioned shock and linkage system to keep the centre of gravity low and handling sweet.Rear hub spacing is standard 150mm while BB width is 83mm and the 1.5in headtube can be used in conjunction with the latest generation of Nukeproof headsets to cater for standard 1-1/8in fork steerers.Suspension-wise, the Scalp uses a single-pivot configuration with a unified rear triangle for optimum strength and stiffness. Its pull-link driven 'Fallout' linkage drives the shock in a three-stage progressive action - progressive throughout, with increasing progression at the beginning and end of the stroke, but a linearly progressive midstroke to avoid any spikes in damping.

Huge 40mm diameter main pivot bearings are used with bearings mounted in machined faces in the swingarm, to provide maximum spacing and stiffness. Twin dogbones pull, rather than push, the swinglink giving a perfect progression rate, and allowing ride height tuning by 
swapping for different length links. ~tom~

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Jul 4, 2011 at 2:09
Jul 4, 2011
haaha :) the ano finish is amazing ... and the welds , never seen anything like them dude !

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Jun 15, 2011 at 11:53
Jun 15, 2011
cost me 1799 mate xoxoxxoxoxo

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Jun 10, 2011 at 10:37
Jun 10, 2011
cheers matey ! going france this year but sadly wont be built up in time :/

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