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This is my AC,Had it since xmas,just had all the bearing covers,shock link etc re-anodised Red.

Its a trail ripper.26" wheels aswell.2x10 X0,Bos forks and a CCDB.



Weighs in at just below 30lbs.





 

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Sick Nicolai, a stunner......

For me that weight is sweet, a build like that & under 30 lbs, awesome....
 

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Thanks

Went out for a quick blast earlier,loved it,still fiddling with the CCDB,nearly there now.
 

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interesting.
i weigh in at 180lbs [6' tall]

the chumba vf2 weighs in now at 27.8lbs.....offers 150mm of travel and seems rock solid so far.....

tight as the AM in lateral stiffness and zero pedal strike :)

glad i'm out of the Nicolai tunnel vision .....

always got the Ti456 to keep it real of course...
 

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The_Lecht_Rocks said:
interesting.
i weigh in at 180lbs [6' tall]

the chumba vf2 weighs in now at 27.8lbs.....offers 150mm of travel and seems rock solid so far.....

tight as the AM in lateral stiffness and zero pedal strike :)

glad i'm out of the Nicolai tunnel vision .....

always got the Ti456 to keep it real of course...
:yawn:
 

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The_Lecht_Rocks said:
interesting.
i weigh in at 180lbs [6' tall]

the chumba vf2 weighs in now at 27.8lbs.....offers 150mm of travel and seems rock solid so far.....

tight as the AM in lateral stiffness and zero pedal strike :)

glad i'm out of the Nicolai tunnel vision .....

always got the Ti456 to keep it real of course...
;) ;)
 

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I have done over 300 miles since xmas,No pedal strikes to report.Could be skill and suspension setup.:thumbsup:
Do you want me to help you set up the Revs.

Go and annoy the Chumba forum,or is Alan still *****ing at people.Good display by the Chumba man himself.
 

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The_Lecht_Rocks said:
and the Revs are fookn awful for set-up FWIW....

Fox still rule....
I know,
you have my old set. :D
Bos and you know it,Excellent fork,Sit higher in the travel,dosent waste travel(keeps the BB higher;) and they work very well.
 

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i walk 8 miles per day, 5 days a week.

I swim 2.8 km at least 6 times per week.

MTB at least 8 hours per week.

2 gym sessions and 1 spin classes per week.....

and i'm still not fast enough to get a BOS race fork to work for me.......

and your Revs have pitted Bushing heads - Maintenance is King obviously... :)
 
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