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Installed this shock onto my 2013 Specialized demo last summer and it was amazing. Small bump sensitivity with big hit capability. Very tuneable with compression, beginning stroke rebound and ending stroke rebound adjustments. Bottomless bands also available, but I never needed them. Length is 9.5" with a stroke of 3". Some cosmetic cable rub to the shock due to tight cable routing on the demo, but the performance of the shock itself is PERFECT. Seals and bushings are perfect. Rear eyelet has been rotated 90degrees to fit a demo yolk, but this is reversible. Any questions, please ask. Cheers
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Dean Lucas' Intense M16C is Pure Carbon Fiber Excess – Bike Check
How much does that thing weigh with all that carbon??
May 9, 2017 at 14:57May 9, 2017
What can be said... incredibly rare frame (I believe only 100 were made in 2014) which corners and jumps with the best of them. A true slalom machine but equally adept at shredding trails. If you own this bike you will rip up your woods! Fully custom build - Size L frame - the slightly longer one which is good for riders who want a bit more reach Rockshox Revelation RCT3 Fox Float Kashima CTD - 3 trail positions with micro-adjust compression in open. Rebound adjust Halo wheels - Spin doctor front hub with 4XR rim, Supadrive rear hub with Chaos rims. Specialized tires. Front hub could do with some new bearings Rockshox reverb seatpost Sram X9 clutch mech on a dh cassette with Carbon XO cranks and a narrow wide chainring. Shimano Deore brakes DMR Defy stem with specialized 760mm bars Frame has some scuff marks (as to be expected) and needs some new chainstay pivot bearings/bottom bracket. I can potentially sort these out but it will up the price. Cheers for looking. Bike is an absolute beast and sad to let it go but I've just got too tall for it!
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Pole Evolink 140 - Review
As an alternative option, especially for us Brits, Bird bikes (www.bird.bike) make excellent bikes - long reach, low standover, supremely balanced, absolutely rip, and fantastic value for money with a fully customisable build. Love my Aeris one20 (and my dad's one45)
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For sale is my dad's Specialized Stumpjumper Evo. Cracking bike, kept in good condition. Never hucked or crashed! Fully custom build with upgrades to every component other than the cranks, new bearings throughout and a recent full service. Frame - large Stumpjumper Evo, 26" wheels. Full bearing set, headset and bottom bracket replaced recently. Rear shock - Rockshox Monarch RCT3 debonair (rebound, and 3 stage compression adjuster) Fork - Rockshoc Pike RCT3 (rebound, low speed compression adjustment and 3 stage platform) Wheels - DTSwiss Rims (straight and true) with Hope hubs front and rear. Brakes - Shimano SLX with 203/180mm floating rotors. Drivetrain - SRAM cranks with 32T Narrow Wide front ring, Shimano cassette 42T expander ring, Shimano zee shifter and mech with oneup cage. The chain, cassette, expander ring and derailleur were all replaced at the same time and haven't seen much use since Cockpit - Truvativ 40mm stem, Answer ProTaper 780mm bars and ODI Troy Lee grips Seatpost - Rockshox Reverb with specialized saddle Very playful bike, loves to manual. Will do whatever you want it to do out on the trail and more! Any questions, fire them over. If you want to see the bike I'm Christchurch based and will travel and moderate distance if you're genuinely interested. Cheers for getting this far!