Fuji Thrill LT 2.0 All Mountain Full Suspension

4/5 (3 Reviews)


Product Description

  • Fuji Sealed Bearing Disc, 32H Rear hub
  • Stainless Steel Spokes
  • Alex DP-17 Double Wall Disc Rims
  • Continental Gravity 26 X 2.3" Tires
  • CST Presta Tubes

Fuji Thrill LT 2.0 All Mountain Full Suspension Pro Review

Squish in the form of SR Suntour’s Duro FR20 fork in the front and Epicon LOD shock in the rear, Tektro Auriga Comp hydraulic disc brakes (front & rear). TruVativ Blaze cranks, SRAM X.7 shifters and front derailleur mated to an X.9 rear. Alex SX-44 Double Wall Rims came wrapped in Continental Mountain King rubber. WTB provided the Pure V race Comp Saddle while the odds and ends (bar, stem, and seatpost) were all Fuji-branded bits. Continue reading →



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User Reviews

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by numchild a Cross Country Rider from trabuco canyon, ca, usa

Date Reviewed: June 29, 2011

Strengths:    strong frame, travel, specialized 4 link rear susp,

Weaknesses:    heavy- 32 ish lbs

Bottom Line:   
nice bike, especially downhill, takes a beating and never had an issue. I'd say it was a great bike but it IS heavy, just demo'd the 2011 specialized bikes and it really made my fuji feel like a slug.

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Favorite Trail:   whiting ranch

Duration Product Used:   2 Years

Price Paid:    $1299.00

Purchased At:   performance

Similar Products Used:   specialized, gt

Bike Setup:   rock shox recon remote lock out fork (love this fork), race face crank, juicy three, suntour rear shock- rebound preload, lock out

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by matt martinez a Weekend Warrior from san antonio tx

Date Reviewed: March 7, 2008

Strengths:    sram drivetrain, x-7 shifters an f.der., x-9 r.deraileur, 4-bar linkage developed by specialized, adjustable rear air shock (comp & reb), and you can throw a lot at it

Weaknesses:    heavy wheels, crank, frame squeaks, soft front shock

Bottom Line:   
on top of the 650 i paid for it i've put in another 400 or so in upgrades. upgraded drivetrain is super light and brand new. the bike new is quoted 2k, so i think i got a great deal. i like personalizing the bike anyways. ride about 15-20 trail-miles every other day and the only problems ive had are flats. bike is awesome and plan to keep upgrading. bike looks very similar to ellsworth. its just cheaper to fix. quality of the bike is excellent and i put it to the test all the time.

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Favorite Trail:   flat rock ranch, comfort tx

Duration Product Used:   6 months

Price Paid:    $650.00

Purchased At:   internet

Similar Products Used:   raleigh m80 hardtail, haro v-4

Bike Setup:   hutchison python 2.0 tires, xt rear cassette, truvativ blaze 2.2 crankset w gxp bb and big ring from a blaze crank, ritchety race x lite stem, vuelta xrp team sl rims and skewers(1560g total), rock shox recon 351 u-turn coil w. remote lockout and adj. compression, juicy 3 brakes

Overall Rating:3
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Chris a Cross Country Rider from Toronto, Canada

Date Reviewed: September 22, 2006

Strengths:    Great entry level bike - intermediate package. Specialized FSR suspension design, Fork Travel Adjust, decent components,

Weaknesses:    Front shock a little soft, no lockout can cause pedal bob - dial it in before riding! Busted Deore LX R derailer after one week - raplaced with XT and Shifts way smooth!

Bottom Line:   
Bought on eBay new in the box for $1050 - Awesome bike for that price, great bike still at the MSRP ($2k?). I'm a new rider after years out (last bike was a Ritchey P23!) and still getting used to the full suspension. Frame is quite solid, with the Specialized FSR linkage - can bob a bit on climbs - important to dial in the shocks and drop the fork down (It came with a remote travel adjust as a surprise). The fork and shock are Suntour - not the greatest, but adjustable with rebound.

Great trail bike, but a little sketchy on the rough stuff. I'v been following my friend who is a pretty intense rider on a Santa Cruz with heavy spec - can really feel the difference as the Fuji is really set up for cross country (even though it has lots of travel.

Superb entry or trail bike - lots of milage (km?) in this baby fo rthe price! Frame construction is excellent

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Favorite Trail:   Don Valley

Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $1050.00

Purchased At:   EbAY

Similar Products Used:   Spec Epic - Cannondale Rush

Bike Setup:   SR Suntour XC fork with 90 - 130 mm travel adjust, New XT R derailer, Deore Levers, Front Derailer, Deore hydraulic disc brakes, MTB saddle, Truvative cranks, stem, ritchey post

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