After some setbacks, I Managed to Build in 6 Months my Zeus 2018. This is my set up:
Frame:2019 Zeus L Color: Team Blue Sparkle Options: None
Shock: Cane Creek db inline
Fork: MRP Ribbon 27.5" Air Tapered 15x110, 160mm - Blk/Org
Wheelset: Chris King ISO Mango/32 Hole/Spank 350 Oozy 30mm x 35mm/Wheelsmith DB 14g Black Spokes
Tires: Specialized Eliminator GRID 2Bliss Ready 2.35 x 27.5 Tubeless
Seat post: OneUp Components Dropper Post, (120-170) 30.9x450mm/ OneUp Dropper Remote, Shimano I-Spec II
Rear Der: DEORE XT M 8000 11 speed
Shifter: DEORE XT M 8000 11-speed Chain: Shimano
Cassette: Shimano M760 11-46
Brakes: Shimano XT Four piston Brakes M8020
Cranks/BB: FSA PF30 Shell Adapter, 73mm English (Threaded) w/Shimano Cups and Enduro Zero Ceramic Bearings/ XT 30T Crankset M8000/ OneUp Components Top Chainguide, ISCG05
Pedals: Time ATAC MX8
Headset: Cane Creek 70-Series Headset, ZS44/ZS56 Black
Handlebar: Renthal Fatbar Lite Carbon 35 Riser Bar, (35.0) 10mm/760mm
Stem: Renthal Apex Stem, (35.0) 33mm - Black/Gold
Saddle: WTB Silverado Syndicate
Grips: ODI Lock-On MTB Elite Pro - Graphite/Blk Tires: Specialized Eliminator GRID 2Bliss Ready 2.35 x 27.5 Tubeless Weight: 29.5 lbs.
For the time being I am including only some pics...
It was kind of a pain to get it set up while building the bike, but I haven't messed with it since then. I'll double check it to make sure it's slack enough when I put the bike in 160mm mode.Nice color choice. One thing I wish they would change is the rear derailleur cable routing. I assume that's still the same on current frames. My Ciclon is from 2012.