Hey, Raja, thanks for the reply! That's right in line with what I wanted\expected to here!I have a rental sst.2 Epiphany in Moab at the moment and it is right at 13.5" with Continental Trail King 2.2 tires. I hate bikes with pedal strike issues and I have not had any while in Moab. I had a Ibis Mojo I sold just because of pedal strike and chain suck issues! The Epiphany is super plush and is one of the best technical climbing bikes I have ever ridden.
Do you got a picture of your Epiphany SST.2? I am specially keen to see one with an angleset. CheersTheories are all very well but a tape measure is better,
My epi sst2 has 150mm Revelations and a cane creek angleset set 1 degree slack, (67.5 degree head angle measured with my phone app)
The BB is almost exactly 13.5 inches.
Match your weight to pressure. Ie 150lb 150 psi in te rear shock. However that's an estimate and you should really look at sag not recommendations for pressure. 20% sag seems to be about right.sorry to hijack this thread, does anyone kow what the general setting for the rear shock and the front fox talas 140mm.... I just got an epiphany SST.2 XTR and am loving it now. but need to find a good setup for the bike..
am about 5 10 and 170 lbs