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noiz
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Trek Fuel 100 fully
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Score Storm hardtail
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Look KG486 roadbike
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Check out spec-lists on my homepage!
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Cool bikes.. watch your balls/knees on the red one's steering column, it sticks out a bit far :shock:
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Here's mine..

Giant NRS Composite
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And my rodie, Isaac Kelvin
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Adri wrote:Cool bikes.. watch your balls/knees on the red one's steering column, it sticks out a bit far :shock:


Hehe - I wouldn't cut the steerertube because I was going to change the forks! It's now replaced with a Fox F80X fork and the steerertube is cut :-)

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noiz wrote:Trek Fuel 100 fully (normally with pedals Wink)


Looks like you have you polished your cranks on the Fuel? Nice.. :)

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freddan wrote:
noiz wrote:Trek Fuel 100 fully (normally with pedals Wink)


Looks like you have you polished your cranks on the Fuel? Nice.. :)


Yes - it's polished and looks good.

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what type of damper is that? Are you satisfied with the overall stiffness of the TREK rear end?
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Adri wrote:what type of damper is that? Are you satisfied with the overall stiffness of the TREK rear end?


Did he also polish the damper housing?

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My Cannondale with a "small" update
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I think it works now :roll:
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JK wrote:
Adri wrote:what type of damper is that? Are you satisfied with the overall stiffness of the TREK rear end?


Did he also polish the damper housing?


No no - It's a Manitou Swinger SPV rear shock without the sticker! Was damaged under a servicecheck and haven't received a new one yet!

My fuel feels very stiff and stable with the manitou swinger rear shock - has improved the performance to almost "hardtailquality with a rear shock". A very good shock!

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This is my new xc-hardtail!

Xclusive G-nesis disc-only frame,
Fox F80RLT fork,
Chris King headset,
Syntace F99 stem with ti-bolts,
Extralite Ultrabar UL handlebar,
FSA SLK carbon seatpost,
Tune Speedneedle Alcantara saddle,
Shimano XTR gear and disc-brakes,
Crank Brother Eggbeater pedals,
Mavic Crossmax SL Disc wheelset,
Michelin XCR Dry UST 2,0" tires,
Exustar bottlecage,
Nokon gearcables.

Future upgrades: New Ultimate seatpost and fitting my Fox F80X fork.

The weight of the complete bike is 9,4 kg.

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Nice! :wink:
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Noiz, what are your rotors?
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They look like stan`s rotors
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N.T wrote:They look like stan`s rotors


Sorry to tell you that my disc rotors are boring - I have a Formula B4 disc on the front and a Shimano XT on the rear! I would like the new hope rotors but I'm still wondering if I should go with the normal 160/160mm setup or I should replace my rear caliber and go the the lighter 160/140mm setup and shave some extra weight!

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