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Sette Phantom Carbon Mountain Frame


Weight: 2.452 pounds (1112 grams)​












Build Specs:
Frame: Setté PHANTOM 17" (12K Carbon)
Fork: Manitou R7 MRD Absolute (100mm)
Shifters: SRAM XO (grippers)
Front Dérailleur: SRAM XX
Rear Dérailleur: SRAM XO (med cage)
Pulley Wheels: KCNC ceramic bearings (11t)
Cables Housing: Nokon / Avid
Crankset: Race Face Next Carbon
Chainrings: ExtraLite Gara (42x28t)
Bottom Bracket: Shimano M970 XTR
Cassette: Recon Titanium (11x34t)
Chain: KMC X10-SL
Brakes: Avid SD Ultimate
Levers: ExtraLite
Wheelset: Cane Creek Zonos
Skewers: Control Tech Race (bolt-on)
Tires: Conti Race King SS (2.2 f/r)
Tubes: Maxxis Ultralight (SV)
Grips: OURY
Headset: Cane Creek ZS-3
Head Cap: Carbon (Toronto Cycles)
Spacers: Carbon (Toronto Cycles)
Handlebar: Syntace Duraflite Carbon Flat Bar
Stem: Syntace F99 (90mm)
Seatpost: Ritchey WCS Carbon (31.6 x 350mm)
Seatpost Clamp: Woodman Death Grip SL Ti (34.9mm)
Saddle: Selle Italia SLR (135g)
Pedals: Tioga Surefoot 8
Fasteners: Race Bolts / Toronto Cycles

Weight: 18.52 pounds (8.400 k/g)​

















~Jake.....
 

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MiniTrail said:
Glad to see you guy's got your own forum now Jake
Buick is kind off a heavy kickstand isn't it? Maybe highdelll could suggest something lighter :D
Yeah, us Setté riders finally got a place to post up our likes and dislikes..
So a spacial "Thank You" goes out to the Administration and board sponsor(s)
for giving us our little niche in the Forumz

I think I know the one in the middle
He does have a resemblance, eh!
 

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mountain_bomber156 said:
Beautiful.

I just want to know, no offense and no thrashing, but: Why are you running V-brakes?
Thanks

I like the dependability and stopping power of the SD Ultimates.....

Also, here in the dry desert I really don't need disco power on my WW XC bike....:nono:

Should I decide to ride in nasty conditions I break out the 5" travel AM ride......

Plus they weigh less.....


 

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Jake Pay said:
Thanks
I like the dependability and stopping power of the SD Ultimates.....

Also, here in the dry desert I really don't need disco power on my WW XC bike....:nono:

Should I decide to ride in nasty conditions I break out the 5" travel AM ride......

Plus they weigh less.....


Just sweet. :D :thumbsup:
 

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oldtymer said:
Just a question about the durability and performance of the cassette. Do you like it?
The Recon Titanium cassette is still new to me, so a durability report would be meaningless.

Shifting wise I'm satisfied with it's performance so far


I have heard (Weight Weenie board) that they wear faster than an XTR. This is understandable
considering the XTR is a mix of titanium and steel cogs.

If you ask over in WW board I'm sure you'll get a response from the inhabitants.
~Jake

 

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Jake Pay said:
The Recon Titanium cassette is still new to me, so a durability report would be meaningless.

Shifting wise I'm satisfied with it's performance so far


I have heard (Weight Weenie board) that they wear faster than an XTR. This is understandable
considering the XTR is a mix of titanium and steel cogs.

If you ask over in WW board I'm sure you'll get a response from the inhabitants.
~Jake

Beautiful bike Jake. I have never seen that much bling
 
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