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Norco Vps team dh

ramemtbersramemtbers Posts: 1,562
edited October 2009 in Your mountain bikes
yay. i fiannaly have a new (well second hand rig) after about two moths i finnaly own one.

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i will put up some more pics tommorow when it is light.

set up:

fork-marzzochi bombers rcv2s

shock-fox dhx 5

brakes-hope moto

hubs-sun ringle

chain guide-e13 super charger

bars-sunline

stem-sunline

shifter-sram x9

rear mech-sram x9

grips-funn combat

rims-sun

seat qr-hope

bar ends-hope

crank arms-truvativ holzfeller

pedals-50/50xx

tires-maxxi high roller (for now)

Posts

  • WhytepeakWhytepeak Posts: 2,616
    Very nice, looks like it was well looked after - good buy :D

    The frame looks pretty big :shock:
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  • ilovedirtilovedirt Posts: 5,798
    awesome! a real upgrade to your gt, looks gorgeous :)
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  • jay12jay12 Posts: 6,306
    Whytepeak wrote:
    Very nice, looks like it was well looked after - good buy :D

    The frame looks pretty big :shock:
    +1

    really like it. how much was it??
  • Zaskar20Zaskar20 Posts: 557
    Looks like you're in for some great fun with that machine - enjoy! :)
  • Nice!
  • Yes, as above, very nice.
  • ramemtbersramemtbers Posts: 1,562
    yeah i paid £1400 for it. the travel is pretty big. 8" on the front and 9.1" or 8.3" on the back depending on how you set t up. i put up some more pictures later. was out at my dh runs and was giving it a good thrashing. and hopefully going to cann woods today.
  • XtreemXtreem Posts: 3,066
    That's not a bike, that's a beast.
    And the rotors look like 210. :shock:
  • ramemtbersramemtbers Posts: 1,562
    okay i will post some pictures
    :D
  • ramemtbersramemtbers Posts: 1,562
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  • ramemtbersramemtbers Posts: 1,562
    it looks nice and rides nice :lol:
  • ramemtbersramemtbers Posts: 1,562
    ignore the seat. i am not goin to explain why that rubbish one is on there. but it is being changed at the end of this week.
  • MacAndCheeseMacAndCheese Posts: 1,944
    That's a lot of bike for the money, nice work! By the way - did you ever finish your new road gap vid you mentioned before?
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  • ramemtbersramemtbers Posts: 1,562
    okay. we cant find another place to build a road gap but dont worry. instead i have found a place where we can build a huge gap. because i have been trying to sell my bike i didnt want to risk breaking it and i havent had any time as i have been trying to sell my bike for the last 2months. but stay in contact as i want to build a gap and a big one as i have a craving for air. :lol:
  • ramemtbersramemtbers Posts: 1,562
    ishould be buyin my new funn seat and fibrax white outer gear cable and new inner gear cable and neo guard and wet tyres. i am currently running a 2.5maxxis high roller on the front and a 2.5minion on the back. i am probably going to buy wet scream 2.5" dual ply + butyl inserts with 40a compounds.
  • BlackSpurBlackSpur Posts: 4,228
    Wet Screams are extreme weather tyres i.e. designed for VERY muddy/wet conditions. Swampthings would probably be a better all-round wet tyre.
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