Nuke Proof Pulse Downhill Full Suspension

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $6112.99

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The Nukeproof Pulse Pro features a pro-level component spec that rsquo;s ready to take on the rigours of World Cup competition, right out of the box. The evolution of the hugely successful Nukeproof Scalp, the Pulse DH frame is the product of two seasons of development input from the riders and mechanics of Team CRC/Nukeproof. Featuring an all-new custom hydroformed tubeset; refined suspension system and our new Style Fit adjustable chainstay, the Pulse Pro package adds the unparalleled performance of a Cane Creek Double Barrel/RockShox BoXXer R2C2 shock setup plus a top-end SRAM X0/X9 groupset, Avid Code brakes and quality Nukeproof finishing kit. Custom hydroformed frame with improved Fallout Linkage suspension At the heart of the Nukeproof Pulse Pro is our updated DH frame platform, now featuring a custom hydroformed tubeset engineered from double-welded T6 6061 aluminium. The frame offers 210mm of rear travel via our proven three-stage Fallout Linkage, which has been refine

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Mojoronnie

Date Reviewed: September 3, 2013

Strengths:    The bike pretty much rips everything. Great geometry, active suspension, jumps very well, predictable and plush at speed.
Rear insert allows you to shorten the wheel base by 10mm, so if you ride bike parks and like jumpy lines then this is the setting. I ran 10mm less on A Line and the bike felt like a 7" travel bike that loved to be sent. 10mm more and it will eat rock gardens and tech alive. Very versatile bike.

Weaknesses:    None.

Bottom Line:   
Great bike! I wouldn't think twice about buying another.

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