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olibabe wrote:
Motaro, what about the geometry of your Epic with the Sid. The frame has been designed for higher forks, like Fox's or Reba's.

Is it a problem? What about the feeling with the bike in technical downhills?

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its work fine with 80 or 100 mm fork so far i know new epic frame has been designed for 90 mm fox fork

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olibabe wrote:
Motaro, what about the geometry of your Epic with the Sid. The frame has been designed for higher forks, like Fox's or Reba's.

Is it a problem? What about the feeling with the bike in technical downhills?

Thanks.


its more racy now and because of the shorter travel it steers very accurate, in downhills its less 'comfy' but i nrode an s-works myself at a testday with sid and f100 i liked the sid more then the fox.
same problem with an alma with f100rl thats like overkill for such a bike a 80mm would be much nicer to ride


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on bike
dura-ace 7800 70gr+
ti bolt for f99 stem and Brake Levers and brake and headset
6/7gr carbon + Ti bolt Seat Post Clamps

not on bike yet
ti bolt for dics 12x
Qr ti 38gr set ( donno if i go use them )

bike is now 70gr lighter 9.4kg with pace rc 39 bike is done it wil be 9.150 /9.2 kg :twisted:

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9.2Kg

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http://img369.imageshack.us/img369/8955/mk3en8.jpg
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update with my SID WC :P
9.13 kg
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Fantastic setup - now change that seatpost :-D

btw: where did you get those ti bolt on's????

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Mads Kock wrote:
Fantastic setup - now change that seatpost :-D

btw: where did you get those ti bolt on's????



here stem and brake handels
http://www.pinkbike.com/photo/998837/
http://www.pinkbike.com/photo/998838/

got 12 more ti thy are for my dice onlye thy are not yet in

my nice Seat Post Clamps 6/7 gr
http://www.pinkbike.com/photo/998836/

and setpost wil be Extralite think i get it in week of 3/4

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Will you save any weight by switching to a extralite seatpost? seems quite heavy at 30,9x360mm - 168 grams. Your bike deserves something light like maybe AX Lightness :-)

Where did you get those ti bolt-on's?? thanks!

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Mads Kock wrote:
Will you save any weight by switching to a extralite seatpost? seems quite heavy at 30,9x360mm - 168 grams. Your bike deserves something light like maybe AX Lightness :-)

Where did you get those ti bolt-on's?? thanks!


ooh where i got them from some dutch guy han ( XTRparts ) he sel them to and KC cassette to

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Thanks - I will try and contact him!

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Thanks - I will try and contact him!

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contact him on this xtrparts@gmail.com

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9.13kg... Impressive!


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Mads Kock wrote:
Will you save any weight by switching to a extralite seatpost? seems quite heavy at 30,9x360mm - 168 grams. Your bike deserves something light like maybe AX Lightness :-)

Where did you get those ti bolt-on's?? thanks!


New Ultimate post?

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Hi|ikus wrote:
9.13kg... Impressive!


yep :D


nice pic on page 1

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Really nice bike. Looks special. What is your reason for havine 3 sets of forks?

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