Scott High Octane 2002 Full Suspension

4/5 (1 Reviews)
Weight : 15.90kg


Product Description


frame » Octane DH Travel adj. All.7005 (T4/T6) D.B w/Scott D/out for Disc
fork » Rock Shox Boxxer travel 190mm
rear shock » DNM ST- 8 AR
rear der » Shimano Deore LX 27 speed
front der » Shimano Deore
shifters » Shimano Deore w/gear indicator
brakes » Magura Louise FR disc brake
crankset » Race Face Prodigy 22x32x44 alloy
handlebar » Scott Strike Comp 2 P.G, high rise 660mm, black
stem » Kalloy AS-6050, black
pedal » w/o pedals
seatpost » Scott Comp
seat » Scott Enduro
hubs » Front: Formula DH, black Rear: Scott Disc Comp II
cassette » Shimano Deore 11-32 T
spokes » DT, Stainless, black
rims » Alex DH Scott
tires » Schwalbe Fat Albert 26x2.35 kevlar


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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Rob a Downhiller from Liverpool

Date Reviewed: July 20, 2002

Strengths:    Light (for a world cup DH frame), loads of travel, will take a triple chainset (good for us unlucky Brits who have to ride to the top), almost no pedal bob, unfeasably strongand VERY stiff, this frame has NO lateral flex whatsoever!, very adjustable, LOOKS !

Weaknesses:    Will only accept MRP chain devices due to the swingarm's main plate, cheap shock as standard, usual single pivot pedal feedback / braking stutter stuff (not that it's caused any proplems yet.),and that people cant walk past it without stopping me for a 5 minute conversation about how amazing it looks !

Bottom Line:   
This is the first real DH bike I've owned myself, and I have to say I'm thourghly impressed with the way it handles some oth the nastiest runs the Alps has to offer, and it has looks that turns heads everywhere I go. The chain device and rear shock are minor gripes that in no way have affected my ride, the DCD and front mech works as well as a real chain device (beauty of having chainstays) and won't snarn up, and to be fair, the DNM shock has performed brilliantly so far. All in all an exellent bombproof DH bike that can be used for all day hacking. Two thumbs up!

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Favorite Trail:   Morzine - Alps, Le Pleni WC and all the cool stuff there

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Purchased At:   Birkenhead Cycles

Similar Products Used:   Scott Octane FX, Scott G-zero, Marin Wolf Ridge, Club Roost DH8

Bike Setup:   Risse Champ 7" fork, Mavic D321's on original Hope Bigun hubs, Hope Enduro 4's (I seem to have the only set that wont melt!), Easton bars, ODI Loc-on grips (try these!), DMR V12 pedals, XT evrywhere else, Triple Chainset and a DCD (odd, but it works!), Maxxis High Roller tyres.

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