Scott Spark RC 09 w/ Sram XX (new pics page 6)

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Mads Kock
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I remembered wrong - it is 69,5cm ct.

I have ridden it about 5-6 times since I got it - really like the feeling of the frame. Takes the bumps without being too bumpy. It annoys me with the bottle but I'm glad I choose this size compared too a medium. I have had a medium Scott Scale and I felt it was a little too long in the toptube but the small fits good.

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Mads Kock wrote:thanks Robin,

how do you like the scrub rotors?



so far in dry time year here i love thme thy give good brake power and thy are f licht 56gr for 160mm disc and thy looks cool donno how thy are in wet wil see in 10+- weeks
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by Sonny

Nice bike ! :thumbup: Mads Kock !

Would you mind measure the distance between the teeth of 40T and chainstay ?

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Hi Sonny,

thanks. Didn't have anything to measure with today but there is about 3-4 mm and still a good chainline so no worries.

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Thanks Jack - for the nice words.

I would be scared about using alu bolts on the brake levers - the only place I WOULDN'T use alu is at the stem and bolts you have to tighten pretty much.
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Hi Ivan,

made a spelling error - please read my reply again :-)

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aahhh, all right, because the alu bolts in stem makes me fear. So I can change my 4Ti bolts by alu. Are you make it any time, I can see that you have too much bikes experience. :D
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I wouldn't fear it though I have never tried it - I think you would have to be a pretty unlucky dude if all the alu bolts in the stem would fail at the same time unless you ride some serious dh. But of course - using alu bolts needs higher attention to wear.

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The bike looks more hardcore when muddy :-)

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looking nice cant w8 on wet time year here in holland :D
cannondale Rush carbon SL team 8.75kg/19.29 1x10
viewtopic.php?f=10&t=101405
old WW bikes
Epic carbon 2006 9.3kg
Spark 10 2008 8.2Kg
Anthem Adv 9kg ( solt after 3 weeks not done )
scalpel 2009 7.97kg

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its nice and wet now :mrgreen:

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You are crazy guys - i'm already missing dry trails and no bikewashing :-)

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Don't ride Scotland any time soon then, all you do is clean the damn bikes down!

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